Initial release of gem_grep, a gem command plugin

Hi,
I’ve written a gem command plugin, gem grep. You’ll need the latest
rubygems v 1.3.2 to try it out.
gem grep enhances gem search in three ways:

  1. Displays results in a well formatted ascii table. Allowing for
    detail while still maintaining one gem per line.
  2. Specify a list of any gemspec attributes you’d like to see for the
    results want to see with a --columns option.
  3. For local searches, search any number of gemspec attributes with a
    –fields option.

Some examples:
http://tagaholic.me/2009/04/23/how-to-write-a-rubygem-command-plugin.html#examples
Homepage: http://github.com/cldwalker-gem_grep

Install it with: gem source -a http://gems.github.com && sudo gem
install cldwalker-gem_grep

Enjoy!
Gabriel

On Apr 24, 2009, at 13:00 , ghorner wrote:

Install it with: gem source -a http://gems.github.com && sudo gem
install cldwalker-gem_grep

This is awesome, but can you release it as a real gem?

On Apr 24, 5:55 pm, Ryan D. [email protected] wrote:

On Apr 24, 2009, at 13:00 , ghorner wrote:

Install it with: gem source -ahttp://gems.github.com&& sudo gem
install cldwalker-gem_grep

This is awesome, but can you release it as a real gem?

Glad you like it. :slight_smile: The above install should work for anyone.
By real gem I guess you mean putting it up on rubyforge? I’ll drop it
on there soon.

On Apr 25, 2009, at 16:35 , cldwalker wrote:

For the rubyforge inclined, you can try this plugin with: sudo gem
install gem_grep

YAY! thanks!

On Apr 24, 6:22 pm, cldwalker [email protected] wrote:

By real gem I guess you mean putting it up on rubyforge? I’ll drop it
on there soon.

For the rubyforge inclined, you can try this plugin with: sudo gem
install gem_grep

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