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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Radix 2.2.0 - 100% Documented

Good documentation is so under-addressed by most developers that we really have to roll out the bright lights when someone comes along and takes up the time consuming mantle of documenting an API in complete detail. This is exactly what happened with Radix this last month. A coder going by the unassuming handle, douglascodes, announced his desire to document Radix and proceeded to do so until YARD pronounced 100% completeness. Hey, we think that is worth of a whole version bump and a big shout-out for Douglas. Thank you, Douglas!

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