$ gem install pickup_line
PickupLine is a simple library to match some Strings to find date context in short status updates. It doesn't do anything too fancy, but the goal is to be able to turn something like:
"Let's eat a sandwich on Thursday" into a corresponding
Date based on
parser = PickupLine::Parser.new(Date.current) parser.locate "see you tomorrow" # Date.current + 1 parser.locate "see you next tuesday" # ya know
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- Contributions are welcome - I use GitHub for issue tracking (accompanying failing tests are awesome) and feature requests
- Submit via fork and pull request (include tests)
- If you're working on something major, shoot me a message beforehand
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