...6 class Support7 # for a feature, returns either:8 # - a version v0: v supports v0 iff v0 <= v9 # - an array [v0, v1] of two versions: v supports [v0, v1] iff v0 <= v < v110 def self.version_with_support(feature)11 case feature.to_sym12 when :oidc # open id connect authentication13 Gem::Version.new('0.16.19')14 else15 Gem::Version.new('0.0.0')16 end17 end18 # determines if the given version support a certain feature19 def self.supported?(feature, version)20 sup = version_with_support(feature)21 if sup.is_a?(Array)22 Gem::Version.new(version) >= sup &&23 Gem::Version.new(version) < sup24 else25 Gem::Version.new(version) >= sup26 end27 end28 # we do not know the version, therefore we do not know if its possible to use the feature29 # return if self['version'].nil? || self['version']['version'].nil?30 end31 end32end...
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