The erb_h plugin adds an
h instance method that will HTML escape the input and return it. This is similar to the h plugin, but it uses erb/escape to implement the HTML escaping, which offers faster performance.
To make sure that this speeds up applications using the h plugin, this depends on the h plugin, and overrides the h method.
The following example will return “<foo>” as the body.
plugin :erb_h route do |r| h('<foo>') end
The faster performance offered by the erb_h plugin is due to erb/escape avoiding allocations if not needed (returning the input object if no escaping is needed). That behavior change can cause problems if you mutate the result of the h method (which can mutate the input), or mutate the input of the h method after calling it (which can mutate the result).
Classes and Modules
Public Class methods
# File lib/roda/plugins/erb_h.rb 32 def self.load_dependencies(app) 33 app.plugin :h 34 end