SIMPLIFY SHARING YOUR RUBYGEMS ON RUBYFORGE! ~> gem install rubyforge SYNOPSIS rubyforge [options]* mode [mode_args]* DESCRIPTION simplistic script which automates a limited set of rubyforge operations MODES setup() initializes your .rubyforge directory. you need to run this first before doing anything else. example : rubyforge setup login() sends username and password from config.yml (or --username/--password options) and stores login cookie in cookie.dat. this is required for subsquent operations work. example : rubyforge login rubyforge login --username zaphod --password 42 create_package(group_id, package_name) creates the named package under the specified group. example : rubyforge create_package 1024 traits rubyforge login && rubyforge create_package codeforpeople.com traits notes : in order to use group_ids by name, rather than number, you must edit the rubyforge[group_ids] translation table in your config.yml. add_release(group_id, package_id, release_name, userfile) release a file as release_name under the specified group_id and package_id. example : rubyforge add_release codeforpeople.com traits 0.8.0 traits-0.8.0.gem rubyforge add_release codeforpeople.com traits 0.8.0 traits-0.8.0.tgz rubyforge add_release 1024 1242 0.8.0 traits-0.8.0.gem rubyforge login && rubyforge add_release 1024 1242 0.8.0 traits-0.8.0.gem notes : in order to use group_ids and package_ids by name, rather than number, you must edit the rubyforge[group_ids] and rubyforge[package_ids] translation tables in your config.yml. delete_package(group_id, package_name) deletes a package and all it's files. example : rubyforge delete_package codeforpeople.com traits rubyforge delete_package 1024 traits NOTES - you can determine the group_id and package_id of projects and packages by login -> my page tab -> select a project link from 'my projects' -> files tab -> admin link (not the admin tab!) -> now you'll be at page listing your packages in this project. near the bottom you'll see links to 'add a release' or 'edit a release' - hover over the url and you'll notice the query string, which looks something like ?package_id=1242&group_id=1024 and that's what you need to know - don't forget to login! logging in will store a cookie in your .rubyforge directory which expires after a time. always run the login command before any operation that requires authentication, such as uploading a package. TODO - scrape rubyforge to auto-configure group_id and package_ids. - objectify the script. it's procedural butchery attm. - add error checking. this requires screen scraping to see of an operation succeeded since 200 is returned from rubyforge even for failed operations and only the html text reveals the status. - add more functionality. OPTIONS global : --help , -h this message --config , -c specify a config file (default /home/ahoward/.rubyforge/config.yml) --username , -u specify username, taken from config otherwise --password , -p specify password, taken from config otherwise --cookie_jar , -C specify cookie storage file (default /home/ahoward/.rubyforge/cookie.dat) add_release : --is_private , -P if true, release is not public --release_date , -r specify time of release (default 'now') --type_id , -t specify filetype code (default determined by ext) --processor_id , -o specify processor (default 'Any') --release_notes , -n specify release notes as string or file --release_changes , -a specify release changes as string or file --preformatted , -f specify whether release_notes/changes are preformatted enjoy. -a
on 2006-02-14 05:09
on 2006-02-14 11:04
Cool, thanks for the script. I'm just starting a project on rubyforge, so this may be very useful indeed. Incidentally, the quote in your signature is just a way of stating the Fallacy of Prior Investment. To value something by the investment already made ignores the majority of the equation (i.e. potential future returns). It is unfortunately a common trap for the human mind to fall into. The saying is not nearly as wise as it sounds.
on 2006-02-14 15:54
On Tue, 14 Feb 2006, Timothy Goddard wrote: > Cool, thanks for the script. I'm just starting a project on rubyforge, so > this may be very useful indeed. glad to hear it. share and share alike. > Incidentally, the quote in your signature is just a way of stating the > Fallacy of Prior Investment. To value something by the investment already > made ignores the majority of the equation (i.e. potential future returns). > It is unfortunately a common trap for the human mind to fall into. The > saying is not nearly as wise as it sounds. i'm not sure that's what he meant. i think it's more along the lines of: if you are rich and powerful but you missed out on your childs youth working so hard to get there, are you really successful? kind regards. -a
on 2006-02-19 23:36
On Monday 13 February 2006 23:09, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: | add_release(group_id, package_id, release_name, userfile) | release a file as release_name under the specified group_id and | package_id. | | example : | rubyforge add_release codeforpeople.com traits 0.8.0 | traits-0.8.0.gem rubyforge add_release codeforpeople.com traits 0.8.0 | traits-0.8.0.tgz rubyforge add_release 1024 1242 0.8.0 traits-0.8.0.gem For my project, I release 6 files for each release. If I use 6 add_release, then I get 6 release_ids. % rubyforge add_release xmltv2html xmltv2html 0.7.1 ~/xmltv2html-0.7.1.zip Example after 2 add_release: 0.7.1 2006-02-19 17:27 xmltv2html-0.7.1.zip.md5sum 55 bytes 0 Any text 0.7.1 2006-02-19 17:27 xmltv2html-0.7.1.zip 46 KB 0 Any .zip I want all 6 files under the same release_id. Can this be done with rubyforge? http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=772 Regards, Kurt