Want to know if a string is an absolute URL? Heck, want to construct an absolute URL from a base URL and a path? This is your lucky day!
There's not much to this thing, and what's there exists only to serve the needs that I've had for this sort of thing.
That said, pull requests are totally welcome :)
gem install absolution # Gemfile gem 'absolution'
Basic usage (class methods)
require 'absolution' Absolution.absolute_url?('blah') => false Absolution.absolute_url?('/blah') => false Absolution.absolute_url?('http://blah') => true Absolution.construct_absolute_url('https://base.url', 'blah') => 'https://base.url/blah'
Other usage (mixin)
Want a class to know how to do this stuff on its own?
require 'absolution' class SomeClass include Absolution def absolute_url_to(somefile) return somefile if absolute_url?(somefile) construct_absolute_url('http://base.url', somefile) end end
Do you use git-flow? I sure do. Please base anything you do off of the develop branch.
- Fork it.
- Perform some BDD magic. Seriously. Be testing.
- Submit a pull request.
- 0.0.2 - Initial release
MIT License. Copyright 2014 Dennis Walters