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Attrio reached 0.2.0!

Attrio reached 0.2.0 version!

Attrio adds attributes for plain Ruby objects. The goal is to provide an ability to define attributes for your models without reinventing the wheel all over again. Attrio doesn’t have any third-party dependencies like Virtus or ActiveAttr and does not redefine any methods inside your class, unless you want it to.

With 0.2.0 Attrio got: – different way to define default values; - embed values;

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