Rockit is a dsl to help setup, detect changes and keep your environment up-to-date so you can start working as fast as possible.
gem install rockit-now touch Rockitfile
How to use
Rockit is run at the command line and can be followed by other commands to execute after.
Command line :
rockit <any command>
Include in a ruby file :
require 'rockit' Rockit::Application.new.run
Rockit requires a Rockitfile for configuration. This is where you use ruby code and some helpful methods to define your environment. It is highly recommended that you commit your configuration to ensure quick and easy setup.
Commands and Services
All applications require certain commands and services are available before you can get going. If you want to just require these print a message and exit you can use these shortcuts :
command "convert" service "mysql"
For more control when the services or commands are missing you can use the following syntax :
if_command_missing "convert" do puts "required command 'convert' is not available." exit end if_service_not_running "mysql" do puts "required service 'mysql' is not running." exit end
Applications environments are always changing and your local environment needs to react to them. For instance, when working in a rails team, migrations and gems are often changed and need to be updated. Add the following to your configurtion to detect changes and automatically keep stay up-to-date :
if_file_changed "Gemfile" do run "bundle" end if_directory_changed "db/migrate" do run "rake db:migrate" end
Documentation and Examples
Code docs are available http://rubydoc.info/gems/rockit-now/0.2.0/frames or you can just type
rspec spec -f dto get a test based descriptions of the api
Rockit is released under the MIT license: www.opensource.org/licenses/MIT