[ANN] Inochi 2.0.0


                Gives life to Ruby projects


Inochi is an infrastructure for Ruby projects that helps you
test, document, package, publish, and announce your projects.
It encourages great documentation and reduces project

This release makes Inochi a development-time dependency only,
documents nearly everything in the help manual, renders the
help manual as a UNIX manual page, simplifies the project
infrastructure it provides, and removes needless cruft.

Incompatible changes:

 * Inochi is no longer a runtime dependency (gem or
   otherwise) for projects that use it. It also no longer
   runs tests, creates project namespaces, or provides
   libraries for internationalization, combinatorics,
   command-line parsing, utility logic, or Rakefiles.
   See PROJECTS to learn about the new Inochi

 * The help manual is now processed by [1]Ronn instead of
   [2]ERBook. As a result, you may only use plain
   [3]Markdown and [4]eRuby when writing it.

 * Announcement publishing tasks no longer read login
   information from the ~/.config/inochi/logins.yaml file
   and prompt you to enter that information manually
   instead. As a result, the forementioned file is no longer
   recognized or used by Inochi so you may safely delete it.

New features:

 * The help manual is now available as a UNIX manual page
   (thanks to [5]Ronn) and is now divided into smaller files
   that can be read directly without needing a special
   viewer, and are named according to open-source packaging
   conventions (such as README, HACKING, and LICENSE) so
   that they draw the attention of users unaccustomed to the
   organization of your project.

 * A require class method is now added to the project's
   namespace. This method verifies that the library or gem
   being required meets the dependency version constraints
   defined by the project.

 * A test/runner script is now generated. It provides a
   fast, self-contained way to run your project's test

 * Inochi is now a Rake application. A Rakefile is not


 * Many KISS and YAGNI fueled iterations later, this is it!

 * Nearly every aspect of Inochi is now meticulously
   documented in the help manual to the best of my ability.
   If I missed something important, please notify me or
   contribute the correction yourself!


  1. http://github.com/rtomayko/ronn
  2. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/erbook/
  3. http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ERuby
  5. http://github.com/rtomayko/ronn