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---
revision: 2013
type: ruby
sources:
- Index.yml
- Gemfile
authors:
- name: Trans
  email: transfire@gmail.com
- name: Kirk Haines
- name: Robert Klemme
- name: Jan Molic
- name: George Moschovitis
- name: Jeena Paradies
- name: Erik Veenstra
organizations:
- name: RubyWorks (http://rubyworks.github.com/)
requirements:
- groups:
  - development
  - test
  version: ">= 0"
  name: qed
- groups:
  - development
  - test
  version: ">= 0"
  name: lemon
- groups:
  - development
  - test
  version: ">= 0"
  name: rubytest-cli
conflicts: []
alternatives: []
resources:
- type: home
  uri: http://rubyworks.github.com/hashery
  label: Homepage
- type: code
  uri: http://github.com/rubyworks/hashery
  label: Source Code
- type: mail
  uri: http://groups.google.com/group/rubyworks-mailinglist
  label: Mailing List
- type: docs
  uri: http://rubydoc.info/github/rubyworks/hashery/master/frames
  label: Documentation
- type: wiki
  uri: http://wiki.github.com/rubyworks/hashery
  label: User Guide
- type: gems
  uri: http://rubygems.org/gems/hashery
repositories:
- name: upstream
  scm: git
  uri: git://github.com/rubyworks/hashery.git
categories: []
copyrights:
- holder: Rubyworks
  year: '2010'
  license: BSD-2-Clause
customs: []
paths:
  lib:
  - lib
  - alt
name: hashery
title: Hashery
version: 2.1.2
summary: Facets-bread collection of Hash-like classes.
description: The Hashery is a tight collection of Hash-like classes. Included among
  its many offerings are the auto-sorting Dictionary class, the efficient LRUHash,
  the flexible OpenHash and the convenient KeyHash. Nearly every class is a subclass
  of the CRUDHash which defines a CRUD model on top of Ruby's standard Hash making
  it a snap to subclass and augment to fit any specific use case.
created: '2010-04-21'
date: '2016-05-01'