Mockup to HTML conversion routines
What it is
A set of routines built around the file mockup.rb.
Usage: mockup [ options ]
-p, —pasteboard Use pasteboard rather than file
-n, —name [basename] Basename for files created by exporter
-s, —source [filename] File to use rather than pasteboard
-h, —help You’re looking at it
“But, why?” you ask
I needed something fun to do as a general learning project for Ruby, BDD, rspec, autotest, etc. I think Mockups is awesome, so though parsing the XML files would be a good exercise. Plus, I can imagine some cases where being able to go straight to HTML would make Mockups even more useful.
This is unlikely to be worked on again, but was fun to write.
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