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Private Attribute Reader

Utility gem to easily declare private attribute readers in the same way you currently declare attr_reader

https://github.com/Austio/private_attr_reader

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You could also do like def private_attr_reader(*names) send(:attr_reader, *names) send(:private, *names) end

Sorry fo the bad code formatting.

:) all good on the formatting, thanks for the feedback/idea!

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