Flagger updated to 0.9.1

Flagger, my Rails plugin for handling boolean attributes in ActiveRecord, has been updated to version 0.9.1. This release fixes a problem whereby if an ActiveRecord model class defines constants with the same names as those used in Flagger, Flagger doesn’t work. Everything has been restructured to provide more sensible namespaces for the various bits, but functionally nothing has changed. See the project page for installation details.

This release also includes a patch for testing against the just-released Rails 1.2.3. Don’t say I don’t spoil you.

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