Developing command line utilities


#1

I’m writing a command line utility who’s interface will share alot in
common with rake. I remember reading at some point that Capistrano was
built on top of rake(?)

Is building on top of rake a possible solution, and a good solution? If
so, can anyone point me to some documentation, articles or the like on
how I’d go about doing something like that?


#2

Christian J. wrote:

I’m writing a command line utility who’s interface will share alot in
common with rake. I remember reading at some point that Capistrano was
built on top of rake(?)

IIRC, Vlad is built on rake, ssh, and rsync: http://rubyhitsquad.com

Regards,


#3

On Oct 5, 2008, at 1:47 PM, Christian J. wrote:

I’m writing a command line utility who’s interface will share alot in
common with rake. I remember reading at some point that Capistrano was
built on top of rake(?)

Is building on top of rake a possible solution, and a good solution?
If
so, can anyone point me to some documentation, articles or the like on
how I’d go about doing something like that?

look at the cap code. you might also like to check out main

gem install main

http://codeforpeople.com/lib/ruby/main/main-2.8.1/README

cheers.

a @ http://codeforpeople.com/