From: Tim B. [mailto:[email protected]]
I’ve been starting to put together a small sample project like GNU’s
“Hello” (Hello - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation) that provides just the
framework of everything that a well behaved Ruby project should
contain. The project should serve a dual role of providing a template
for new projects and as a tutorial.
I appreciate your feedback, thanks,
Not specifically the feedback you might have been looking for, but I
give you a hearty “awesome!” as my feedback.
I’ve done a few projects in the past for community consumption and ended
up just releasing random files on my website because I didn’t have the
sort of project you are talking about as a guide for how to ‘properly’
put it all together. I’m working on another such project now and will be
grateful if your template is available when I’m done.
FWIW, I’m interested in ruby-only projects, so it would be useful to me
to have directories/tools that are only needed for compiling extensions
and installing libraries to be clearly identified as such.
There was a thread in ruby-talk in the past 1-3 years about directory
structures specifically, but I haven’t the time to find it at the