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Settings – a configuration hash plugin for Rails

By Peter Cooper / June 4, 2006

Settings is a new plugin for Rails that lets you have a basic hash of 'settings' or configurations for your application without having everything hardcoded. Example:

Settings.admin_password = 'supersecret'
Settings.date_format    = '%m %d, %Y'
Settings.cocktails      = ['Martini', 'Screwdriver', 'White Russian']            = 123


  1. Chad Humphries says:

    I've been using this for a while in an application I'm developing. It does exactly what it's supposed to and no more. Just perfect.

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