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Mr Bones version 2.1.1
    by Tim Pease
    http://codeforpeople.rubyforge.org/bones
    (the "Proximal Phalanges" release)

== DESCRIPTION

Mr Bones is a handy tool that builds a skeleton for your new Ruby
projects.
The skeleton contains some starter code and a collection of rake tasks
to
ease the management and deployment of your source code. Mr Bones is not
viral -- all the code your project needs is included in the skeleton (no
gem dependency required).

== CHANGES

* 1 minor enhancement
  - added '.rdoc' to the list of file extensions for rdoc and
    notes takss [Avdi Grimm]
* 2 bug fixes
  - default "from" field when e-mailing announcements
  - fixed SMTP check_auth_args arity [Avdi Grimm]

== INSTALL

* sudo gem install bones

== SYNOPSIS

To create a new "Get Fuzzy" project:

  bones get_fuzzy

If you ever get confused about what Mr Bones can do:

  bones --help

== FEATURES

Mr Bones provides the following rake tasks:

  ann               # Alias to ann:announcement
  ann:announcement  # Create an announcement file
  ann:email         # Send an email announcement
  bones:debug       # Show the PROJ open struct
  clean             # Remove any temporary products.
  clobber           # Remove any generated file.
  doc               # Alias to doc:rdoc
  doc:rdoc          # Build the rdoc HTML Files
  doc:release       # Publish RDoc to RubyForge
  doc:rerdoc        # Force a rebuild of the RDOC files
  doc:ri            # Generate ri locally for testing
  gem               # Alias to gem:package
  gem:cleanup       # Cleanup the gem
  gem:debug         # Show information about the gem
  gem:install       # Install the gem
  gem:package       # Build all the packages
  gem:reinstall     # Reinstall the gem
  gem:release       # Package and upload to RubyForge
  gem:repackage     # Force a rebuild of the package files
  gem:uninstall     # Uninstall the gem
  git:create_tag    # Create a new tag in the Git repository
  git:show_tags     # Show tags from the Git repository
  manifest          # Alias to manifest:check
  manifest:check    # Verify the manifest
  manifest:create   # Create a new manifest
  notes             # Enumerate all annotations
  notes:fixme       # Enumerate all FIXME annotations
  notes:optimize    # Enumerate all OPTIMIZE annotations
  notes:todo        # Enumerate all TODO annotations
  spec              # Alias to spec:run
  spec:rcov         # Run all specs with RCov
  spec:run          # Run all specs with basic output
  spec:specdoc      # Run all specs with text output
  spec:verify       # Verify that rcov coverage is at least 90.0%
  test              # Alias to test:run
  test:rcov         # Run rcov on the unit tests
  test:run          # Run tests for run

The rake tasks in the Mr Bones framework can be found in the "tasks"
directory. Add your own tasks there when you need more functionality.

== REQUIREMENTS

Mr Bones does not have any "requirements", but if you do not have the
following gems installed you will not get all that Mr Bones has to
offer.

* rubyforge - for easy gem publishing to rubyforge.org
* rcov - for code coverage testing
* rspec - if that's the way you roll
* facets - for pretty colors

Actually, you will need at least version 1.2.0 of rubygems installed to
use
Mr Bones.

== FUN FACT

A typical adult human skeleton commonly consists of 206, 208 or more
bones
depending on the method used in counting.

== POST SCRIPT

Blessings,
TwP
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