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= Reap * http://reap.rubyforge.org == DESCRIPTION Reap is a Ruby-oriented build tool. Reap provides a systematic methodology to help developers prepare and release Ruby projects. == SYNOPSIS Using Reap is not diffcult, but it does take a few minutes to learn how it operates. In short, Reap defines a pipeline within which all Reap tasks run. You define tasks as YAML configuration files in you projects +task+ directory with a .reap extension, eg. +box.reap+. Tasks often draw on metadata about your project. This is defined using POM (See http://proutils.rubyforge.org/pom). Essentially you add files to your project's +meta+ directory to do this (or meta.yaml file if you'd rather). With task configuration and metadata in place, using reap is simply a matter of invoking the pipeline and phase you wish to complete. $ reap document The +main+ pipeline is used by default, so the above command tiggers every phase in the +main+ pipeline until it complete the +document+ phase. The use of a pipeline may seem constrictive, but it insures your project to always be uptodate and insync. Please see http://proutils.rubyforge.org/reap for more details on how to use Reap. Also try the +--help+ option to see the reap command's help information. == RELEASE NOTES Please see the NEWS file. == INSTALLATION Reap can, of course, be installed via RubyGems: $ sudo gem install reap Reap can also be installed the old-fashion way by downloading the .tar.gz package and using Ruby Setup (See http://setup.rubyforge.org). $ tar -xvzf reap-10.0.0.tar.gz $ cd reap-10.0.0 $ sudo setup.rb all Ruby Setup is stand-alone version of the original setup.rb script. == LICENSE & COPYRIGHT Reap, Copyright (c) 2007,2008 Tiger Ops Reap is distributed under the terms of the GPLv3.