Having an installable, upgradable and removable girlfriend has never been so easy!
You've come to the right place at the right time, look no further and get started right away.
In order to
install your girlfriend open a terminal window and type:
gem install girlfriend
If you want to
upgrade your girlfriend to a later version type:
gem update girlfriend
remove your girlfriend you have to type:
gem remove girlfriend
Pretty straightforward isn't it?
Once you have your girlfriend
installed open a terminal window and type:
girlfriend --ability interactive
This will take you in
interactive mode where you can start
talking at once.
Most probably, you don't want your girlfriend to be just like anybody else's girlfriend, fear not because this is easier than you might think.
Create a file named
~/.girlfriend/config.rb and open it in your favorite text editor:
Girlfriend.configure do |config| config.name = 'Valeria' config.age = 23 config.hometown = 'Moscow, Russia' config.school = 'Russian Academy of Economics' config.hobbies = ['gaming','travelling','photography'] end
Be sure to
finger her afterwards to see the results via
girlfriend --ability finger .
By default your girlfriend has two abilities 'finger' and 'talk', you can always list
all her abilities via
Adding her a new ability is just as easy as configuring her and can be done by dropping a new
file let's say
module Girlfriend module Ability class Eat < Base def eat(input) if input =~ /pizza/i 'I love pizza!' elif input =~ /banana/i 'Uh-oh, yummy!!! Hehe!' else 'Dude, I don\'t like that! Yuck!' end end end end end Girlfriend.register_ability :eat do |girl| Girlfriend::Ability::Eat.new(girl) end
Be sure to check out her list of abilities
girlfriend --abilities in order to confirm
that she acknowledged her new ability.
Your girlfriend's current version number can be verified by
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
- Do not bump the version number.
Copyright (c) 2011, Mihail Szabolcs
Girlfriend is provided as-is under the MIT license. For more information see LICENSE.