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Mr Bones by Tim Pease http://codeforpeople.rubyforge.org/bones == DESCRIPTION: Mr Bones is a handy tool that builds a skeleton for your new Ruby projects. The skeleton contains some starter code and a collection of rake tasks to ease the management and deployment of your source code. Mr Bones is not viral -- all the code your project needs is included in the skeleton (no gem dependency required). == VERSION 2.0.0 CHANGES: Version 2.0.0 of Mr Bones introduces backwards incompatibilities. Here is what you need to update in order for your current projects to work with this latest release. Perform an update the tasks in your project directory: bones -u your/project/directory The following .rake files have been renamed in Mr Bones 2.0.0 (the old name is on the left and the new name is on the right). You will need to delete the old version and use only the new version. doc.rake => rdoc.rake annotations.rake => notes.rake The PROJ openstruct has been amended to contain a collection of nested openstructs. This will affect any settings you might have in the top-level Rakefile for your project. Here is the translation key (old names on the left and new names on the right). rubyforge_name => rubyforge.name specs => spec.files spec_opts => spec.opts tests => test.files test_file => test.file test_opts => test.opts rcov_dir => rcov.dir rcov_opts => rcov.opts rcov_threshold => rcov.threshold rcov_threshold_exact => rcov.threshold_exact rdoc_opts => rdoc.opts rdoc_include => rdoc.include rdoc_exclude => rdoc.exclude rdoc_main => rdoc.main rdoc_dir => rdoc.dir rdoc_remote_dir => rdoc.remote_dir dependencies => gem.dependencies executables => gem.executables extensions => gem.extensions files => gem.files need_tar => gem.need_tar need_zip => gem.need_zip post_install_message => gem.extras['post_install_message'] annotation_exclude => notes.exclude annotation_extensions => notes.extensions annotation_tags => notes.tags svn => svn.path svn_root => svn.root svn_trunk => svn.trunk svn_tags => svn.tags svn_branches => svn.branches ann_file => ann.file ann_text => ann.text ann_paragraphs => ann.paragraphs ann_email => ann.email And of course, each name should be prepended with PROJ in your Rakefile. == FEATURES: Mr Bones provides the following rake tasks: ann # Alias to ann:announcement ann:announcement # Create an announcement file ann:email # Send an email announcement bones:debug # Show the PROJ open struct clean # Remove any temporary products. clobber # Remove any generated file. doc # Alias to doc:rdoc doc:rdoc # Build the rdoc HTML Files doc:release # Publish RDoc to RubyForge doc:rerdoc # Force a rebuild of the RDOC files doc:ri # Generate ri locally for testing gem # Alias to gem:package gem:debug # Show information about the gem gem:install # Install the gem gem:package # Build the gem file bones-1.3.4.gem gem:release # Package and upload to RubyForge gem:repackage # Force a rebuild of the package files gem:uninstall # Uninstall the gem git:create_tag # Create a new tag in the Git repository git:show_tags # Show tags from the Git repository manifest # Alias to manifest:check manifest:check # Verify the manifest manifest:create # Create a new manifest notes # Enumerate all annotations notes:fixme # Enumerate all FIXME annotations notes:optimize # Enumerate all OPTIMIZE annotations notes:todo # Enumerate all TODO annotations spec # Alias to spec:run spec:rcov # Run all specs with RCov spec:run # Run all specs with basic output spec:specdoc # Run all specs with text output spec:verify # Verify that rcov coverage is at least 90.0% svn:create_tag # Create a new tag in the SVN repository svn:show_tags # Show tags from the SVN repository test # Alias to test:run test:rcov # Run rcov on the unit tests test:run # Run tests for run The rake tasks in the Mr Bones framework can be found in the "tasks" directory. Add your own tasks there when you need more functionality. == SYNOPSIS: To create a new "Get Fuzzy" project: bones get_fuzzy If a new release of Mr Bones comes out with better features the "Get Fuzzy" project will need to be updated: bones --update get_fuzzy And if you ever get confused about what Mr Bones can do: bones --help == REQUIREMENTS: Mr Bones does not have any "requirements", but if you do not have the following gems installed you will not get all that Mr Bones has to offer. * rubyforge - for easy gem publishing to rubyforge.org * rcov - for code coverage testing * rspec - if that's the way you roll * facets - for pretty colors == INSTALL: * sudo gem install bones == MANUAL: The +bones+ command line tool is used to create a skeleton for a Ruby project. In that skeleton is a "tasks" directory that contains the Mr Bones rake files. These files are quite generic, and their functionality is controlled by options configured in the top-level Rakefile. Take a look at the Rakefile for the Mr Bones gem itself: load 'tasks/setup.rb' ensure_in_path 'lib' require 'bones' task :default => 'spec:run' PROJ.name = 'bones' PROJ.authors = 'Tim Pease' PROJ.email = 'firstname.lastname@example.org' PROJ.url = 'http://codeforpeople.rubyforge.org/bones' PROJ.version = Bones::VERSION PROJ.rubyforge.name = 'codeforpeople' PROJ.rdoc.remote_dir = 'bones' PROJ.rdoc.exclude << '^data' PROJ.notes.exclude = %w(^README\.txt$ ^data/) PROJ.svn.path = 'bones' PROJ.spec_opts << '--color' # EOF The +PROJ+ constant is an open struct that contains all the configuration options for the project. The open struct is created in the "tasks/setup.rb" file, and that is also where all the configurable options are defined. Take a look in the "setup.rb" file to see what options are available, but always make your changes in the Rakefile itself. The Mr Bones rake system is based on a "Manifest.txt" file that contains a list of all the files that will be used in the project. If a file does not appear in the manifest, it will not be included in the gem. Use the +manifest+ rake tasks to create and update the manifest as needed. You can exclude files from being seen by the manifest -- the files are invisible to the Mr Bones rake tasks. You would do this for any subversion directories, backup files, or anything else you don't want gumming up the works. The files to exclude are given as an array of regular expression patterns; a file is excluded if it matches any of the patterns. PROJ.exclude = %w(tmp$ bak$ ~$ CVS \.svn ^pkg ^doc) PROJ.exclude << '^tags$' If your project depends on other gems, use the +depend_on+ command in your Rakefile to declare the dependency. If you do not specify a version, the most current version number for the installed gem is used. depend_on 'logging' depend_on 'rake', '0.7.3' === Freezing a Skeleton Freezing allows you to define your own project skeleton to instantiate with Mr Bones when you create a new project. The default Mr Bones project skeleton is copied to the ".mrbones" directory in your home directory. From there, the skeleton can be modified however you like (add new files and tasks, add new directories, etc). bones --freeze Typical uses of this feature would be to fill in user specific data like the author, e-mail address, etc. You can also add more default code to the skeleton project or your own ".rake" task files. ==== Updating a Frozen Skeleton Just like a regular project, a frozen skeleton can be updated if a newer version of Mr Bones comes out with better features. Updating a frozen skeleton will only modify the tasks. All other files in the skeleton remain untouched. bones --freeze The freeze command is used to update the skeleton tasks to the latest Mr Bones tasks. A copy of the current tasks are made in an "archive" directory in the ".mrbones" directory. To revert back to the archive version, you will need to manually rename "archive" to "data" in the ".mrbones" directory. ==== Unfreezing a Skeleton Unfreezing a skeleton will remove your customized project skeleton from the ".mrbones" directory. The default Mr Bones project skeleton will be used instead. A copy of your custom skeleton is made in the "archive" directory of the ".mrbones" directory before it is removed. bones --unfreeze ==== Custom Modifications Mr Bones will perform a limited set of substitutions on the files in the skeleton when it generates a new project. ERB is used to insert the project name and the derived class name into template files. The file must end in an ".erb" suffix for ERB substitutions to take place. The ".erb" suffix is stripped from the file during project generation. Therefore, your ERB files should have two suffixes -- the ".erb" suffix that will be stripped, and the suffix you want the resulting project file to have. Only two values can be substituted into files using ERB -- the project name and the derived class name. <%= name %> <%= classname %> The project +name+ is passed in from the command line and used "as is" (with the exception that spaces are converted to underscores). The +classname+ is generated by camel casing the project name where the underscores occur. get fuzzy => GetFuzzy foo_bar => FooBar Finally, file names can be modified by substituting in the project name. If a file name contains the string "NAME" it is replaced with the project name. If our project is call "get fuzzy" then the following transformations will take place. NAME.rb => get_fuzzy.rb test_NAME.rb => test_get_fuzzy.rb NAME_spec.rb => get_fuzzy_spec.rb == ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Ryan Davis and Eric Hodel and their Hoe gem (from which much of the Mr Bones rake tasks have been stolen). The rails team and their source annotation extractor. Bruce Williams for help in coming up with the project name. Ara T. Howard for letting me squat in the codeforpeople rubyforge project. == LICENSE: MIT License Copyright (c) 2007 - 2008 Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the 'Software'), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sub-license, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.