StringRay exposes a powerful method to split a
String into an
words, and further allows you to include
Enumerable, thus exposing many of the most useful
Array methods on your
Basic usage is really simple. Just take a normal
magic has already been included for you) and enumerate over it, just as you
are used to doing with
Arrays. By default, this enumerates over the "words"
in the string.
"Oi! I'm a string, do something fun with me!".enumerate do |word| p word end "Who, what, when, where, why? The questions these are.".map do |word| word << word end
You can gain a lot more fine-grained control over how the string is treated
by passing arguments to the enumerator methods, or by explicitly creating a
StringRay enumerator and modifying it.
TODO: More examples and usage summaries!
The authoritative source for this project is available at http://github.com/elliottcable/stringray. You can clone your own copy with the following command:
git clone git://github.com/elliottcable/stringray.git
If you want to make changes to the codebase, you need to fork your own GitHub repository for said changes. Send a pullrequest to elliottcable when you've got something ready for the master branch that you think should be merged.
To use StringRay, you need... nothing!
To develop and contribute to StringRay, you need...
gem install rake
gem install echoe
gem install rspec
gem install relevance-rcov
gem install yard
If GitHub is unavailable, or you prefer to fork one one of the following sources, they are also available: