riak-ruby-client / ripple / lib / ripple / embedded_document.rb

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# Copyright 2010 Sean Cribbs, Sonian Inc., and Basho Technologies, Inc.
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require 'ripple'

module Ripple
  # Represents a document model that is composed into or stored in a parent
  # Document.  Embedded documents may also embed other documents, have
  # callbacks and validations, but are solely dependent on the parent Document.
  module EmbeddedDocument
    extend ActiveSupport::Concern
    extend ActiveSupport::Autoload

    autoload :Finders
    autoload :Persistence
    include Translation

    included do
      extend ActiveModel::Naming
      include Persistence
      extend Ripple::Properties
      include Ripple::AttributeMethods
      include Ripple::Timestamps
      include Ripple::Validations
      include Ripple::Associations
      include Ripple::Callbacks
      include Ripple::Conversion
      include Finders
      include Ripple::Inspection
      include Ripple::NestedAttributes

    module ClassMethods
      def embeddable?
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