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Add formula for gitignore-boilerplates #15445

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simonwhitaker commented Oct 13, 2012

Originally requested in mxcl#15204. This is a fresh pull request having squashed previous commits into a single commit as requested by @adamv

Related gibo issue: simonwhitaker/gitignore-boilerplates#4

Squash gibo commits into a single commit
Add gibo formula

This was suggested in simonwhitaker/gibo#4

Use gzipped tarball link as source for gibo

Fix system call to gibo in test method

@simonwhitaker simonwhitaker referenced this pull request in simonwhitaker/gibo Oct 22, 2012

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Package for homebrew #4

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simonwhitaker commented Oct 22, 2012

Ping?

dmmalam commented Oct 22, 2012

+1

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adamv commented Oct 24, 2012

Other maintainers, should we pull this as gibo or gitignore-boilerplates?

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simonwhitaker commented Oct 24, 2012

Author's note: I chose gibo based on the advice in the Collaborator Guidelines:

Choose a name that’s the colloquial (most common) name for the project. For example, we chose objective-caml, but we should have chosen ocaml. Choose what people say to each other when talking about the project.

gibo is the colloquial name for this project.

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adamv commented Oct 31, 2012

Ping other maintainers on the name; I don't have a preference.

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adamv commented Nov 1, 2012

I'm going to remove the test, it was very unexpected for a brew test function to download stuff to my home directory.

@adamv adamv closed this in d74eef3 Nov 1, 2012

snakeyroc3 pushed a commit to snakeyroc3/homebrew that referenced this pull request Dec 17, 2012

gibo 1.0.1
Closes #15445.

Signed-off-by: Adam Vandenberg <flangy@gmail.com>

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