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safe_parser 1.0.0

Parses a hash string of the format `'{ :a => "something" }'` into an actual ruby hash object `{ a: "something" }`. This is useful when you by mistake serialize hashes and save it in database column or a text file and you want to convert them back to hashes without the security issues of executing `eval(hash_string)`. By default only following classes are allowed to be deserialized: * TrueClass * FalseClass * NilClass * Numeric * String * Array * Hash A HashParser::BadHash exception is thrown if unserializable values are present.

Versions:

  1. 1.0.0 - March 31, 2017 (7 KB)

Runtime Dependencies (1):

  • ruby_parser ~> 3.8.4
  • Development Dependencies (2):

  • hoe ~> 3.16
  • rdoc ~> 4.0
  • Owners:

    Authors:

    • Bibek Shrestha

    SHA 256 checksum:

    3e7cb45cd9bb587861bcce045c77764cdc5ee422b0a8cfdf44f9393fbb95f223

    Total downloads 31,338

    For this version 31,338

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    License:

    MIT

    Required Ruby Version: >= 0

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