Forum: Ruby Rocket Doc-it 1.0.0

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Dedb38b3571b323b77bc9b221e940172?d=identicon&s=25 RubyTalk@gmail.com (Guest)
on 2007-04-16 15:51
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=Rocket Doc-it:  Community Commented Rdocs

== What it is

* *Rocket Dock-it is a simple way for the Ruby community to interact
with
Rdocs. Most of the user documentation for Ruby is spread out over many
different websites. Rocket Docket inspects the file being sent back and
inserts remote calls in certain places when generated Rdoc code is
called.
These remote calls can update the html that was put inside of the Rdoc
code
with the comments from the community. This system can work off the shelf
with any Rdoc generated code. You can host a local source of the Rdoc
code
or you can use a remote website for the Rdoc soource.

== Requirements

Website:
Javascript turned on.

Your own copy:
A database, a local copy of rdocs or a remote url,rails,properly
compiled
hpricot ( I can give instructions), SMTP account(for password reset)

==Version

First Release!
Accounts works
Forgot password/Set Password
Change email address
Displays Comment link with count for that method


==Get it
I have a running copy pointing at the ruby core rdocs. This is the first
cut. Please let me know about any problems.

Rdocs:
http://rdoc.deathbyescalator.com/
User interface:
http://rdoc.deathbyescalator.com/rdocs

The code:
http://www.svn.deathbyescalator.com/rocket_dockit/

== Help/Questions?
Email me .  I will work on a help page.

Stephen Becker  IV
sbeckeriv@gmail.com
Dedb38b3571b323b77bc9b221e940172?d=identicon&s=25 RubyTalk@gmail.com (Guest)
on 2007-04-17 03:20
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For a while today Rocket Doc-it was lacking the links for comments.
You should see "Add first comment!" or "Comments (#)" under each
method. This has been corrected and I am working to prevent this from
happening again.

Thank you,
Stephen Becker IV
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