Inochi 1.1.0 Gives life to RubyGems-based software http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/inochi/
Inochi is an infrastructure for RubyGems-based software
that encourages good documentation, reduces programming
effort, and automates common tasks.
Version 1.1.0 (2009-09-06)
This release improves the user manual and scaffold generator
output, injects more metadata into gems, adds support for
Microsoft web browsers, and fixes some bugs.
* New features * Bug fixes * Housekeeping
* Add instructions for building gems without Inochi as a runtime dependency. * Put release notes in "description" field of gemspec, as suggested by Eric H., so that subscribers of the RubyForge gems feed are aware of the changes in a published gem. * Set the "date" field in gemspec to project release date. * Change file extension of generated user manuals from .xhtml to .html to accomodate Microsoft web browsers' inability to process the application/xhtml+xml mime type.
* The sdoc library was necessary to run `rake test'. * Forgot to add :develop option to scaffold generator output. * Make "rake lang:dump" unconditionally overwrite the dump file. * Fix gem not being built and prevent Maruku errors for the dummy "WordCount" project in the user manual. * Use /usr/bin/env instead of /usr/bin/ruby to launch Ruby for better portability.
* Use simpler Copyright reminder at the top of every file. * Open source is for fun, so be nice: speak of "related works" instead of "competitors". * Rename "Tutorial" to "General walkthrough" in user manual and add a "Specific topics" section for housing uncommon use cases. * Remove "logistics" section and redistribute its contents in more suitable locations in the user manual.