== Ruport 0.4.13 ==
The “Lucky Numbers” Edition
== About ==
Ruby Reports is a software library that aims to make the task of
reporting less tedious and painful. It provides tools for data
acquisition, database interaction, formatting, and munging.
== New in this release ==
This release features a revamp of the Report class into a mini DSL. This
database interaction, formatting tools, text filters, email and file
into one interface. Additionally a number of bugs were squashed
alongside some substantial code cleanup.
See an example at:
== Project News ==
- Why Lucky Numbers?
This is the lucky numbers release!
I’m not sure exactly what that means but here are some numbers:
- 5th release since the start of Google’s Summer of Code
- exactly 300 assertions in the unit tests (spooky!)
- 13 for the minor revision number!
- SVN now being mirrored
But on to the real news. We’ve now migrated to Trac on a third party
ISP, so there are two things to note about our SVN on rubyforge.
- It’s a half hour behind.
- All the commits will show up as dudleyf, but you will see the
actual author in the log messages.
- Open Discussion Tonight
If anyone missed the announcement, we’re holding an open discussion
tonight from 23:30 -> 00:30 UTC in the #ruport channel on Freenode.
Fun will be had by all (i hope)
== Installing Ruport ==
it’s a gem. it can also be installed via setup.rb
detailed instructions available 
=== SVN tag ===
=== Project Download Page ===
=== Resources ===
Please join the mailing list and bombard me with questions,
suggestions, and bug reports. Also feel free to contribute to the
Also, catch up with us in #ruport on freenode
=== Acknowledgements ===
Dinko Mehinovic for helping me with a Freshmeat automation script and
the usual suspects on the #ruport channel and RubyReports mailing