hey folks, I've finally finished first version of dry-schema and it was pushed to rubygems today. Rough docs are here https://dry-rb.org/gems/dry-schema/ (heavily based on current dry-validation docs). Feel free to test it out and let me know how it goes. I'll be publishing a blog post about this release later this week or after Feb 11. Anyhow, check out the docs, gem i dry-schema and have fun. This also means that I'll start working on dry-validation 1.0.0 in February.
I'll test it soon.
btw it is possible to have both dry-validation and schema installed (FWIW)
Good timing. I was just looking at both this week and was confused that -schema didn't seen to exist yet.
Question: On a rails app, would it be recommended to define my DI Container on an initializer?Currently i don't have it there, but idk if there could be some issues with that
@pablocrivella yes this should work well, I've done that in the past and had no problems with such a setup
I was having some issues when combined with dry-auto_inject tho
That were fixed by moving the Container to an initializer, but maybe the issue was something else?
@timriley@flash-gordon just wanted to thank you both for your workaround suggestions from the other day. Finding the checked out copy of the missing commits in my local bundle cache and pushing to a repo of my own did the job :pray: