Rubyforge uploading and docs

I’m wondering what are people using to upload rubyforge projects.
I’m basically looking for something that will easily allow me to upload
the ri documentation into rubyforge (this is a pain to do manually,
afaik).

gga wrote:

I’m wondering what are people using to upload rubyforge projects.
I’m basically looking for something that will easily allow me to upload
the ri documentation into rubyforge (this is a pain to do manually,
afaik).

Take a look at:

http://xforge.rubyforge.org/


Andrea F. @ Alca Societa’ Cooperativa
Servizi di Informatica Libera

Lecce - Italy
http://alca.le.it/

The Ruby Cookbook (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/rubyckbk/) has a
chapter on rakefiles that contains a useful generic Ruby project
rakefile that, among other things, automates the task of uploading
documentation to Rubyforge.

On 1/16/07, gga [email protected] wrote:

I’m wondering what are people using to upload rubyforge projects.
I’m basically looking for something that will easily allow me to upload
the ri documentation into rubyforge (this is a pain to do manually,
afaik).

aren’t hoe and rubyforge gems just for this purpose?

http://rubyforge.org/projects/seattlerb/
http://rubyforge.org/projects/codeforpeople/

On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 17:05 +0900, gga wrote:

I’m wondering what are people using to upload rubyforge projects.
I’m basically looking for something that will easily allow me to upload
the ri documentation into rubyforge (this is a pain to do manually,
afaik).

You can use rsync to transfer a directory tree up to your virtual host.

Yours,

Tom

On Jan 16, 2007, at 13:15, Jan S. wrote:

http://rubyforge.org/projects/codeforpeople/
Pretty much.

$ rake -T
(in /Users/drbrain/Work/p4/zss/src/memcache-client/dev)
[…]
rake publish_docs # Publish RDoc to RubyForge
[…]

Even uses rsync to keep things clean and fast.


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