Hoe 1.0.4 released

Hoe
http://rubyforge.org/projects/seattlerb/
http://seattlerb.rubyforge.org/hoe/
[email protected]

== DESCRIPTION:

Hoe is a simple rake/rubygems helper for project Rakefiles. It
generates all the usual tasks for projects including rdoc generation,
testing, packaging, and deployment.

Tasks Provided:

  • audit - Run ZenTest against the package
  • clean - Clean up all the extras
  • debug_gem - Show information about the gem
  • default - Run the default tasks
  • docs - Build the docs HTML Files
  • install - Install the package. Uses PREFIX and RUBYLIB
  • multi - Run the test suite using multiruby
  • package - Build all the packages
  • publish_docs - Publish RDoc to RubyForge
  • release - Package and upload the release to RubyForge
  • test - Run the test suite. Use FILTER to add to the command
    line.
  • uninstall - Uninstall the package.
  • upload - Upload RDoc to RubyForge

See class rdoc for help. Hint: ri Hoe

== CHANGES:

= 1.0.4 2006-09-23

  • Damnit… I messed up. There is no rubygems gem to be dependent
    upon. Duh.

= 1.0.3 2006-09-23

  • Added debug_gem rule.
  • Added lots of doco.
  • Added proper deps to hoe for other’s gems, and rake/rubyforge/
    rubygems for hoe.
  • Added ridocs to generate ri locally for testing.
  • Added support for multiple authors.
  • Fixed include paths.
  • Rdoc now includes any top level .txt files.
  • Renamed deploy to release.
  • Renamed upload to publish_docs.
  • publish_docs is now smart about subprojects and missing
    subdirectories.

Ryan D. wrote:

  • Damnit… I messed up. There is no rubygems gem to be dependent upon.
    Err… there’s ‘sources’… not sure if that helps… If you’re talking
    about gem dependencies though… heh. :slight_smile:

Devin

Ryan D. wrote:

See class rdoc for help. Hint: ri Hoe

Can someone please expand the “Hint”? – I’m an
impatient bonehead;

$ sudo gem update
Upgrading installed gems…
Attempting remote upgrade of hoe
Attempting remote installation of ‘hoe’
Successfully installed hoe-1.0.4
Installing RDoc documentation for hoe-1.0.4…
Gems: [hoe] updated

$ ri Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe

$ ri hoe
Nothing known about hoe

So I just

$ gem_server

and pointed my browser at http://localhost:8808

Thanks,

On Sep 24, 2006, at 9:20 AM, Bil K. wrote:

Successfully installed hoe-1.0.4
Installing RDoc documentation for hoe-1.0.4…
Gems: [hoe] updated

$ ri Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe

$ ri hoe
Nothing known about hoe

It could be one of two things. Either you don’t have the right
version of ri/rdoc (1.8.5 has built in rubygem ri support) or rdoc/ri
wasn’t generated for some unknown reason.

% gem -v
0.9.0
% ruby -v
ruby 1.8.4 (2006-03-04) [i686-darwin8.6.2]
% gem list hoe

*** LOCAL GEMS ***

hoe (1.0.4)
Hoe is a way to write Rakefiles much easier and cleaner.
% ri Hoe | head -2
------------------------------------------------------------- Class: Hoe
hoe - a tool to help rake

For the latter: sudo gem rdoc Hoe

If you aren’t in a position to upgrade ruby/gems at this point in
time, you’re stuck with gem_server or going to http://
seattlerb.rubyforge.org/hoe/

Ryan D. wrote:

Upgrading installed gems…
Nothing known about hoe

If you aren’t in a position to upgrade ruby/gems at this point in time,
you’re stuck with gem_server or going to
http://seattlerb.rubyforge.org/hoe/

Same (or similar) problem here, but with all gems, not just Hoe:

$ gem install Hoe
Need to update 2 gems from http://gems.rubyforge.org

complete
Successfully installed hoe-1.0.4
Installing ri documentation for hoe-1.0.4…
Installing RDoc documentation for hoe-1.0.4…
$ ri Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe
$ gem -v
0.9.0
$ ruby -v
ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i686-linux]
$ gem list Hoe

*** LOCAL GEMS ***

hoe (1.0.4)
Hoe is a way to write Rakefiles much easier and cleaner.

BUT: in my case none of my installed gems are found by ri, even though
their docs are all in the usual place, /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/doc.

Passing the path explicitly doesn’t seem to help either:

$ ri -d /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/doc Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe
$ ri -d /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8 Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe
$ ri -d /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe

On Sep 24, 2006, at 12:16 PM, Joel VanderWerf wrote:

$ gem -v
0.9.0
$ ruby -v
ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i686-linux]

As I said, you need ruby 1.8.5.

Ryan D. wrote:

On Sep 24, 2006, at 12:16 PM, Joel VanderWerf wrote:

$ gem -v
0.9.0
$ ruby -v
ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i686-linux]

As I said, you need ruby 1.8.5.

Ok, ri Hoe succeeds with 1.8.5. I was holding off on 1.8.5 because it
broke some other things grumble grumble…

Joel VanderWerf wrote:

Ok, ri Hoe succeeds with 1.8.5. I was holding off on 1.8.5 because it
broke some other things grumble grumble…

Get ZenTest’s multiruby!

sudo gem install zentest

Later,

Bil K. wrote:

$ sudo gem update
$ ri Hoe
Nothing known about Hoe
puts gem -v; ri doc generation is new to 0.9, IIRC.

Devin

Joel VanderWerf [email protected] writes:

Ok, ri Hoe succeeds with 1.8.5. I was holding off on 1.8.5 because
it broke some other things grumble grumble…

With 1.8.4, use gemri instead.

Steve

Bil K. wrote:

Joel VanderWerf wrote:

Ok, ri Hoe succeeds with 1.8.5. I was holding off on 1.8.5 because
it broke some other things grumble grumble…

Get ZenTest’s multiruby!

sudo gem install zentest

Good advice, but actually, 1.8.5 didn’t break my code but rather FXRuby.
It’s a bug in 1.8.5, as I understand. The bug is reported, but I don’t
know the status. Maybe it is fixed in snapshots. I am still considering
1.8.4 as the latest stable…

Steven L. wrote:

Joel VanderWerf [email protected] writes:

Ok, ri Hoe succeeds with 1.8.5. I was holding off on 1.8.5 because
it broke some other things grumble grumble…

With 1.8.4, use gemri instead.

Thanks! didn’t know about that one.

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