Forum: Ruby Reap 4.3.4

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45196398e9685000d195ec626d477f0e?d=identicon&s=25 TRANS (Guest)
on 2006-04-07 17:31
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A N N O U N C I N G

                           Reap, v4.3.4

    Tools for Ruby project testing, management and assistance.

                    http://reap.rubyforge.org

                         REAP THE REWARDS!



ABSTRACT
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Reap comprises a set of commonly needed tools for Ruby package
developers/deployers. Because of the commonality, Reap utilizes a YAML
configuration file to harvest project information, significantly
simplifying usage.


RELEASE MEMO
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Hey, today I'm gald to have gotten Reap 4.3.4 out the door.

This realeas fixes a bunch nagging no-ops that have been real
turn-offs for those who have only dipped their first big toe into the
Reaping fields. Like the template and scaffold commands actually do
something now!

I've also added some hot off the skillet features. Reap can now cook
you up a DOAP XML project file (<Project> section only as of yet). She
can now release directly to Rubyforge -- whoo! is life easier without
all that point-and-clickery. And best of all, Reap can not plunk down
a .deb package as easy as a .tar.gz or .gem. You gotta love that!
(Note, that you'll need to use Reap's slightly modified version of
setup.rb for this. Just copy it out of the installation if you need
it.)

Boy oh boy, more goodies, good fixes and solidity. Reap's coming along
nice. She'll move to version 4.4 once all the little undiscovered
cockaroaches are scurried away.

Ciao, T.


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7a4e995e378ef66de0ceaea5e1381ee1?d=identicon&s=25 George Moschovitis (Guest)
on 2006-04-10 20:00
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Great stuff,

cant wait to put this to good use with the next Nitro release ;-)

-g.
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