…ependencies and push to Rubygems.org. Do 'bundle install' followed by 'rake -T'
…f tests again. Committed the latest results of the test so others can see it (under perfools dir) without having to setup and run it themselves.
…es to Jeweler gem.
…uire so as not to mask missing dependencies.
…s.txt and ec2prof-results.dot provide interesting insight into performance bottlenecks. Open the *.dot file with a graphviz capable viewer like OmniGraffle for terrific graphical summary. See http://www.igvita.com/2009/06/13/profiling-ruby-with-googles-perftools/ for more info.
Signed-off-by: Glenn Rempe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
…ing. It's amazing how much crap was in the gem just to support deployment of the gem on RubyForge. Now it feels... lighter.