Re: Developmetn Releases on Rubyforge

What solutions to this do others use?
T.

Simple - I don’t put out a gems for development releases. You want it?
You gotta grab it yourself. :slight_smile:

Does rubygems support a “status” option, i.e. “stable”, “alpha”,
“development”, etc? Then set the default to only install “stable” gems,
with an option to install the specified status level, e.g. gem install
foo --status=any would grab the latest and greatest, regardless of dev
status.

Might be handy.

Regards,

Dan

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Berger, Daniel wrote:

What solutions to this do others use?
T.

Simple - I don’t put out a gems for development releases. You want it?
You gotta grab it yourself. :slight_smile:

Doh! Yea well that’s a good idea. I’ll do that, Thanks Daniel. BTW I
added you #to_struct method to Facets yesterday. Thanks!

Does rubygems support a “status” option, i.e. “stable”, “alpha”,
“development”, etc? Then set the default to only install “stable” gems,
with an option to install the specified status level, e.g. gem install
foo --status=any would grab the latest and greatest, regardless of dev
status.

Yea. Something like that seems like a good idea.

Thanks,
T.

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