Here’s a small bugfix release with a big parser update!
Huge thanks as always to Ryan Davis for maintaining
Changes since 5.1.1:
- Fix issue where the previous output is still visible (Jason Frey)
- Handle cases where enums are not symbols (#1627)
- Support newer Haml with
- Fix sorting with
Jason Frey cleaned up the
Processing libs... updates so it doesn’t look like
Processing libs...ssed anymore.
Enums Without Symbols
enum where the first argument is not a symbol will be ignored for now.
In Haml 5.2.2 the
::Haml::AttributeBuilder.build method started popping up and Brakeman was treating it as suspicious.
For now, ignoring it because it seems pretty safe.
Sorting with Missing Line Numbers
In some, apparently rare cases, if two warnings have the same confidence, warning type, and are in the same file, but have
nil line numbers,
then it could (but doesn’t always) cause a sorting error.
The SHA256 sums for this release are:
d95b1cee8d751db8300c9390d8c90cf3e54f725c4d448f7ccfbdb9a723b6377a brakeman-5.1.2.gem 8e6a25a4da113269e70a0e536325e8a18b02745f23dea25ecf640c675961961c brakeman-lib-5.1.2.gem 7b272fa7efc2f25208614bd801993e2b161b4edbf8c423c93b6b13aaee09ae84 brakeman-min-5.1.2.gem
Thank you to everyone who reported bugs and contributed to this release!