… issues (fixes #163)
…ged project name and rake was failing on it" This reverts commit 2fbe282.
…ect name and rake was failing on it
Mercurial repo to rakefile --- I wanted to add a vim plugin that had it's source on bitbucket ~.~ so I added a hg type repo to the Rakefile. I'm not sure of a reliable way to detect Mercurial so I cheat and swap https:// to hg:// in the ~/.janus.rake and then switch back when doing the actual cloning. I'm not familiar with hg so if anyone knows a better way let me know. I thought about a regexp for bitbucket urls but felt that might be too specific. Ex. // original_url => hg clone https://bitbucket.org/sjl/gundo.vim // ./janus.rake vim_plugin_task "gundo-vim", "hg://bitbucket.org/sjl/gundo.vim"
Getting Janus to work in Cygwin --- I spent some time today trying to get Janus to install in Cygwin and ran into a few issues. Cygwin's curl doesn't support curling of an https address because, as far as I can understand, it isn't able to check the cert. It fails hard and requires the --insecure to work. Another issue I've run into is the ln_s call right at the end of the installation. Since sh is used elsewhere, why not just use it for the soft linking? I know this is kind of obtuse and Windows isn't the target environment (trust me, I wish I didn't have to use it either, Mac at home), but I thought this might be useful for others. Let me know. Thanks.
…sewhere, just use the ln -s to get it working in Cygwin.
…t or tab complete to a fixture file Signed-off-by: Santiago Pastorino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Signed-off-by: Aman Gupta <email@example.com>