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= PowerReviews Integrates the third party PowerReviews service with Ruby. Currently focused on Ruby on Rails but includes some tools to aid in non-rails tasks like data feed generation and automated zip downloads/uploads. == Dependencies PowerReviews gem requires FasterCSV[http://fastercsv.rubyforge.org/] for csv generation and Whenever[http://www.github.com/javan/whenever] for managing your crontab. It also requires that a native +zip+ tool be installed. which zip # /usr/bin/zip == Getting Started Step one, install the gem. In your rails environment file: config.gem 'power_reviews', :source => 'http://gems.k2sportsdev.com' Then rake gems:install or from your shell: gem install power_reviews --source=http://gems.k2sportsdev.com With the gem installed it's now time to generate the necessary files in your rails project. From the root of your rails project run: script/generate power_reviews Which will output: exists lib/tasks create lib/tasks/power_reviews_tasks.rake exists config/initializers create config/power_reviews.yml create config/initializers/power_reviews.rb create config/schedule.rb === Power Reviews configuration Define which files the PowerReviews::Sync class will be looking for when doing its nigtly download of files, like the database.yml file in your rails configuration you can have a different configuration for each environment. In this example, for development PowerReviews will use the local filesystem instead of connection to the ftp server with the live data. [+:protocol+] is the type of sync client you wish to use +:cp+ or +:ftp+ [+:zip+l] the zip file you will receive from Power Reviews development: protocol: cp zip: test/brand.zip done: test/brand_done.txt datafeed: tmp/brand_feed.zip production: protocol: ftp zip: brand.zip done: brand_done.txt data_feed: brand_data.zip host: partners.powerreviews.com username: user password: passy == Example Copyright (c) 2009 K2 Sports, released under the MIT license