Vishnu is a simple library to use Libravatar avatars in your ruby app.
Libravatar is an avatar service to let their users associate avatar images with their emails or openids. This rubygem generates their avatar URL.
Add the following line to your
Or if you want to register
Libravatar alias, then:
gem 'vishnu', require: 'libravatar'
Vishnu.new(email: '[email protected]').url # get avatar for email Vishnu.new(openid: 'https://example.com').url # get avatar for OpenID URL Vishnu.new(email: '[email protected]').to_s # use to_s alias # use all options avatar = Vishnu.new( email: '[email protected]', # email openid: 'https://example.com/', # OpenID URL. If both email and url are set, # you will get avatar for the email size: 150, # avatar size, 1-512; default is 80 default: 'identicon', # '404', 'mm', 'identicon', 'monsterid', 'wavatar', 'retro' # or url to your default https: true, # use secure url or not; default is false ) avatar.size = 40 # all params are also available as attributes avatar.url # get avatar url new style avatar.to_s # and old style # => "https://seccdn.libravatar.org/avatar/16d113840f999444259f73bac9ab8b10?s=40&d=identicon" require 'libravatar' # register an alias if you didn't add require: 'libravatar' to your Gemfile Libravatar.new(email: '[email protected]').to_s # libravatar gem style
libravatar gem compatibility#
As a fork, vishnu is mostly compatible to the libravatar v1.2.0 gem.
Major differences in 2.0 are:
ruby < 2.0.0 is no longer supported
get_base_url(basically everything except
to_sand attribute setters / getters) are now private
If you for some reason depend on these features, use
which is basically a rebranded bugfix branch for
To use this upstream based branch add the following to your
gem 'vishnu', '~> 1.2.1', require: 'libravatar'
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LICENSE.txt for further details.