YAML Configuration in Ruby with Settingslogic

A few months ago, I came across the Settingslogic gem. I wish I’d discovered it years ago. Until then, I’d found myself manually handling configuration and settings via raw access to YAML files. This meant I was repeatedly writing code like the follow to handle my various needs: require 'fedora/connection' config_file = Rails.root.join('config', 'fedora.yml').to_s if […]