Stefan Cameron authored
- Provides direct access to all types and qualifiers right off the `rtv` object, such as `rtv.STRING` or `rtv.OPTIONAL`. - Lifts the restriction on typesets to only have a single occurrence of a given type. The same type may now appear multiple times in the same typeset, which makes typeset composition a lot simpler (e.g. you won't have to a custom validator if a value could be the string "foo" or a string that begins with "bar"). - Deprecates `rtv.t` in favor of the more self-explanatory `rtv.types`. - Deprecates `rtv.q` in favor of the more self-explanatory `rtv.qualifiers`. - Deprecates `rtv.e` in favor of the more self-explanatory `rtv.enabled`. - `RtvError`: Don't include the typeset in the print output nor the serialization since it could be _very_ long and could bloat log unnecessarily since the path and cause should be enough to identify most issues (and with the path, it's possible to look at the code where the full typeset is defined and see what might have gone wrong). NOTE: The typeset is still included as a _property_ of the error object; this change just affects what's output to the console in event an `RtvError` is thrown (and what's output to string if you do `error.toString()`). - If an exception is thrown in `impl`, it's no longer wrapped in an "outer" exception, so you won't get an error message like `"Cannot check value: Cannot check value: Cannot check value: Invalid typeset..."` because the invalid typeset was nested 3 levels deep. You'll just get `"Invalid typeset..."` now (or whatever the exception was). Also: - Added `yup` as an alternative (kind of...) in the README. - Fixed a few typos in the docs here and there.