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== About Snippy

Snippy is an open source clone of Josh Goebel's Pastie.

A lot of Pastie users (including me) wanted a private version. Snippy fills that void - enjoy.

=== Author

It was written by Flinn Mueller using Ruby on Rails 2.1 as a weekend project. I felt like one of the best features of Pastie is code highlighting so I made it a priority. Code highlighting is accomplished using a custom renderer with Ultraviolet. The Thinking Sphinx plugin has been on my radar for a little while now so I felt like it was a good time to throw that in.

Snippy has most recently been updated to Rails 3.2.1 and Ruby 1.9.

=== On Github

Git has also been on my radar for a little while. So I figured I would host the project at Github - everyone wins. Get the source on Github.

=== Install

 1. git clone git://
 2. cd snippy
 3. cp config/database.yml.example config/database.yml
 4. Install Oniguruma (Ruby 1.8.x only)
 	a. sudo apt-get install libonig2 libonig-dev # Linux
 	b. sudo brew install Oniguruma			 	 # Mac OS X
 5. bundle install
 6. rake db:setup
 7. rake thinking_sphinx:configure
 8. rake thinking_sphinx:index
 9. rake thinking_sphinx:start
10. rails server
11. Start Snipping
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