Forum: Ruby Duration 0.1.0 released

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04a0f1074e1b621746954ccc73eec7d7?d=identicon&s=25 Matthew Harris (kuja)
on 2007-12-20 08:40
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I'm thrilled to announce the release of Duration 0.1.0.

Duration is a timespan manipulation library that tells you how much time
has passed since a certain time, or how long a certain amount of seconds
is in more human-readable measurements.

As of 0.1.0, the Duration library has been completely rewritten,
BigDuration (and all its features) have been completely stripped, and
I've got a few other nifty things added.

Duration is currently *in-no-way* stable.  At this moment you can only
expect that it "works" how it should.

Please expect a stable release at 1.0.0, many more  releases should come

$ gem install duration -r

Without gem:
$ svn checkout

After checking out, simply run:
$ cd duration-0.1.0/
$ sudo ruby setup.rb

You can checkout latest version likeso:
$ svn checkout
42292bf8a0acbc98862d9306b501275d?d=identicon&s=25 Daniel Waite (rabbitcreative)
on 2007-12-21 00:58
Matthew Harris wrote:
> I'm thrilled to announce the release of Duration 0.1.0.

Awesome work, Matthew! Duration is a sweet, sweet class and I'm glad
you're sharing it with the rest of us!
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