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1 parent 045fef7 commit ecc8fa38d970fa87548b32ffbd306c6cbe348837 Nickolay Platonov committed Dec 14, 2010
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  1. +13 −10 README.md
  2. +4 −4 dist.ini
  3. +13 −10 lib/Task/Joose/NodeJS.mmd
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23 README.md
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ INSTALLATION
With `npm`:
- npm install task-joose-nodejs
+ > [sudo] npm install task-joose-nodejs
DESCRIPTION
@@ -65,19 +65,19 @@ DESCRIPTION
It includes:
-> [Joose](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual)
+> [Joose](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual.html)
>> Joose core, provides definitions for `Class/Role/Module` helpers
-> [JooseX.Attribute](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Attribute)
+> [JooseX.Attribute](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Attribute)
>> Additional features for attributes
-> [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Namespace.Depended)
+> [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Namespace-Depended)
>> Dependencies handling extension
-> [JooseX.CPS](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.CPS)
+> [JooseX.CPS](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-CPS/)
>> Trait, allowing to add the asynchronous (aka non-blocking) methods to your classes
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ Joose was initially created to run in browser environment. Browser platform is l
Thus, Joose wasn't able to adapt the CommonJS modules system (which is synchronous) and behave differently. However, when using Joose on server-side, you can freely mix the
Joose and CommonJS modules.
-Below is the quick introduction to Joose modules. Please refer to [Joose manual](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual) for details.
+Below is the quick introduction to Joose modules. Please refer to [Joose manual](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual.html) for details.
Basic Joose module
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ The module in Joose is just a special kind of class, which is declared with `Mod
Some.Module.exportedFunction2()
The module doesn't export anything. Instead, the module namespace (`Some.Module`) is exported to the calling scope. If you need to export some function - define it
-as the property of the module's namespace (when declaring Classes you may prefer to use [static methods](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual.Static))
+as the property of the module's namespace (when declaring Classes you may prefer to use [static methods](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual/Static.html))
Joose module with dependencies
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ If the module depends on other modules, the dependencies should be listed with `
Before running the "body" all dependencies will be asynchronously pre-loaded (only once). This code will work unmodified in both browser and server-side environments.
-This functionality is provided by the [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Namespace.Depended) extension, please refer to its documentation for details
+This functionality is provided by the [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Namespace-Depended) extension, please refer to its documentation for details
(like how the files should be laid out in filesystem).
@@ -311,16 +311,19 @@ GETTING HELP
============
This extension is supported via github issues tracker: <http://github.com/SamuraiJack/Task-Joose-NodeJS/issues>
-For general Joose questions you can also visit #joose on irc.freenode.org or the forum at: <http://joose.it/forum>
+
+You can also ask questions at IRC channel : [#joose](http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=joose&prompt=1)
+Or the mailing list: <http://groups.google.com/group/joose-js>
+
SEE ALSO
========
Web page of this module: <http://github.com/SamuraiJack/Task-Joose-NodeJS/>
-General documentation for Joose: <http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose>
+General documentation for Joose: <http://joose.github.com/Joose/>
BUGS
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8 dist.ini
@@ -46,10 +46,10 @@ static_dir = static ; default
[JSAN::NPM]
main = lib/Task/Joose/NodeJSNPM
-dependency = joose >= 3.14.0
-dependency = joosex-attribute >= 0.9.0
-dependency = joosex-namespace-depended >= 0.11.0
-dependency = joosex-cps >= 0.13.0
+dependency = joose >= 3.16.0
+dependency = joosex-attribute >= 0.10.0
+dependency = joosex-namespace-depended >= 0.14.0
+dependency = joosex-cps >= 0.14.0
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23 lib/Task/Joose/NodeJS.mmd
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ INSTALLATION
With `npm`:
- npm install task-joose-nodejs
+ > [sudo] npm install task-joose-nodejs
DESCRIPTION
@@ -65,19 +65,19 @@ DESCRIPTION
It includes:
-> [Joose](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual)
+> [Joose](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual.html)
>> Joose core, provides definitions for `Class/Role/Module` helpers
-> [JooseX.Attribute](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Attribute)
+> [JooseX.Attribute](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Attribute)
>> Additional features for attributes
-> [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Namespace.Depended)
+> [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Namespace-Depended)
>> Dependencies handling extension
-> [JooseX.CPS](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.CPS)
+> [JooseX.CPS](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-CPS/)
>> Trait, allowing to add the asynchronous (aka non-blocking) methods to your classes
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ Joose was initially created to run in browser environment. Browser platform is l
Thus, Joose wasn't able to adapt the CommonJS modules system (which is synchronous) and behave differently. However, when using Joose on server-side, you can freely mix the
Joose and CommonJS modules.
-Below is the quick introduction to Joose modules. Please refer to [Joose manual](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual) for details.
+Below is the quick introduction to Joose modules. Please refer to [Joose manual](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual.html) for details.
Basic Joose module
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ The module in Joose is just a special kind of class, which is declared with `Mod
Some.Module.exportedFunction2()
The module doesn't export anything. Instead, the module namespace (`Some.Module`) is exported to the calling scope. If you need to export some function - define it
-as the property of the module's namespace (when declaring Classes you may prefer to use [static methods](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose.Manual.Static))
+as the property of the module's namespace (when declaring Classes you may prefer to use [static methods](http://joose.github.com/Joose/doc/html/Joose/Manual/Static.html))
Joose module with dependencies
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ If the module depends on other modules, the dependencies should be listed with `
Before running the "body" all dependencies will be asynchronously pre-loaded (only once). This code will work unmodified in both browser and server-side environments.
-This functionality is provided by the [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://openjsan.org/go/?l=JooseX.Namespace.Depended) extension, please refer to its documentation for details
+This functionality is provided by the [JooseX.Namespace.Depended](http://samuraijack.github.com/JooseX-Namespace-Depended) extension, please refer to its documentation for details
(like how the files should be laid out in filesystem).
@@ -311,16 +311,19 @@ GETTING HELP
============
This extension is supported via github issues tracker: <http://github.com/SamuraiJack/Task-Joose-NodeJS/issues>
-For general Joose questions you can also visit #joose on irc.freenode.org or the forum at: <http://joose.it/forum>
+
+You can also ask questions at IRC channel : [#joose](http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=joose&prompt=1)
+Or the mailing list: <http://groups.google.com/group/joose-js>
+
SEE ALSO
========
Web page of this module: <http://github.com/SamuraiJack/Task-Joose-NodeJS/>
-General documentation for Joose: <http://openjsan.org/go/?l=Joose>
+General documentation for Joose: <http://joose.github.com/Joose/>
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