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README.md

devutils

These are small tools to make development easier in that they provide metagems which pulls other common gems for development purposes.

usage

To use devutils, first install the gem with

$ gem install devutils

Now that it is available, you can use it to create new projects

$ devutils init foo

This will create a directory structure in foo with a Gemfile already placed. That Gemfile will hold 4 gems, which will pull in other dependencies most need for development. If you don't want a dependency or want to use another one, you are free to, as devutils will never again touch any files.

You can modify the behaviour with the following flags

  • --metrics/--no-metrics: install tools for meassuring code quality (default: true)
  • --docs/--no-docs: installs yard for documentation (default: true)
  • --guard/--no-guard: installs rudimentary guard support (default: true)

dependencies

The dependencies of the gems are as follows

devutils

  • rspec: for writing specs

devutils-docs

  • yard: to parse documentation into html files

devutils-metrics

  • reek: a tool for code smell detection
  • flog: creates pain reports of the code
  • flay: finds duplicated code
  • roodi: an object oriented code infometer
  • mutant: a mutation testing tool
  • simplecov: a test coverage reporting tool (needs ruby > 1.8)
  • pelusa: a code analytics tool (needs rubinius)

devutils-guard

  • guard: a tool to run automatic tasks on file changes (makes testing nicer)
  • guard-rspec: runs your specs automatically
  • guard-bundler: runs bundler, when your Gemfile changes
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