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From Francesco Vollero <razor...@gmail.com>
Subject [PATCH core 2/3] Beautified the code adding dashes to END tags, removing unuseful escaping chars
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2010 16:32:47 GMT
---
 server/lib/sinatra/rabbit.rb |    2 +-
 server/server.rb             |   31 ++++++++++++++++---------------
 2 files changed, 17 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)

diff --git a/server/lib/sinatra/rabbit.rb b/server/lib/sinatra/rabbit.rb
index 05bd6c5..802d623 100644
--- a/server/lib/sinatra/rabbit.rb
+++ b/server/lib/sinatra/rabbit.rb
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ module Sinatra
       end
 
       def path(args = {})
-        l_prefix = args[:prefix] ? args[:prefix] : prefix
+        l_prefix =args[:prefix] || prefix
         if @member
           if standard?
             "#{l_prefix}/#{@collection.name}/:id"
diff --git a/server/server.rb b/server/server.rb
index f092933..c356803 100644
--- a/server/server.rb
+++ b/server/server.rb
@@ -69,15 +69,15 @@ end
 Sinatra::Application.register Sinatra::RespondTo
 
 # Redirect to /api
-get '/' do redirect url_for('/api'); end
+get '/' do redirect url_for('/api'), 301; end
 
-get '/api/drivers\/?' do
+get '/api/drivers/?' do
   respond_to do |format|
     format.xml { haml :"api/drivers" }
   end
 end
 
-get '/api\/?' do
+get '/api/?' do
   if params[:force_auth]
     return [401, 'Authentication failed'] unless driver.valid_credentials?(credentials)
   end
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ end
 # Rabbit DSL
 
 collection :realms do
-  description <<END
+  description <<-END
   Within a cloud provider a realm represents a boundary containing resources.
   The exact definition of a realm is left to the cloud provider.
   In some cases, a realm may represent different datacenters, different continents,
@@ -106,13 +106,14 @@ collection :realms do
   A cloud provider may insist that resources must all exist within a single realm in
   order to cooperate. For instance, storage volumes may only be allowed to be mounted to
   instances within the same realm.
-END
+  END
 
   operation :index do
-    description <<END
+    description <<-END
     Operation will list all available realms. Realms can be filtered using
     the "architecture" parameter.
-END
+    END
+    
     with_capability :realms
     param :id,            :string
     param :architecture,  :string,  :optional,  [ 'i386', 'x86_64' ]
@@ -130,17 +131,17 @@ END
 end
 
 collection :images do
-  description <<END
+  description <<-END
   An image is a platonic form of a machine. Images are not directly executable,
   but are a template for creating actual instances of machines."
-END
+  END
 
   operation :index do
-    description <<END
+    description <<-END
     The images collection will return a set of all images
     available to the current use. Images can be filtered using the
     "owner_id" and "architecture" parameters.
-END
+    END
     with_capability :images
     param :id,            :string
     param :architecture,  :string,  :optional
@@ -285,10 +286,10 @@ end
 
 
 collection :instances do
-  description <<END
+  description <<-END
   An instance is a concrete machine realized from an image.
   The images collection may be obtained by following the link from the primary entry-point."
-END
+  END
 
   operation :index do
     description "List all instances."
@@ -359,12 +360,12 @@ END
 end
 
 collection :hardware_profiles do
-  description <<END
+  description <<-END
  A hardware profile represents a configuration of resources upon which a
  machine may be deployed. It defines aspects such as local disk storage,
  available RAM, and architecture. Each provider is free to define as many
  (or as few) hardware profiles as desired.
-END
+ END
 
   operation :index do
     description "List of available hardware profiles."
-- 
1.7.3.3


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