Goal is to have a project managing that just works on many Ruby versions as possible and is easy to extend. Feel free to dislike it. ;)
require 'rim' require 'rim/gem' # require 'rim/...' Rim.setup do name 'my_project' authors 'me' version '1.0.0' end
For advanced usage have a look at the Rakefile of rim.
Extend the class Rim with attr_accessors for new attributes if needed.
Set default values use Rim.defaults.
Define tasks with Rim.after_setup.
A very simple example extension:
# require other extensions if necessary require 'rim/another_extension' # Extend the class class Rim # Attribute for somewhat (default: 42) attr_accessor :my_attr end # Setting default values Rim.defaults do my_attr 42 end # Stuff to execute after setting the defaults and calling Rim.setup in Rakefile. # Usual for defining tasks. Rim.after_setup do task :my_task => :another_task do # stuff end end
For more examples have a look at the tasks coming with rim in lib/rim/*.rb
- Jim Weirich
For written the great Rake. (Sad that he is already gone.)
- Ryan Davis and Evan Weaver
For their inspirations in Hoe respectively Echoe.
MIT-style license, see file LICENSE.