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Prep for v1.2.1.
make serving work with dnssd-1.3.1
Activate the hoe-git plugin.
Updating for 1.2.0.
Keeping command-line utility templates consistent.
Prep for RubyForge release.
Unbreak README formatting.
Hey, let's see if we can have a working version, huh?
Switch to a timestamped version.
Include an example usage with pbcopy and pbpaste.
pastejour + pbcopy/pbpaste == bonjour clipboards
You don't need to pipe things into cat.
This is the correct way to install local gems. Gem install without --…
…local is very slow because search for updates from gem-sources.
Adds discovery. Call with pastejour -f
making pastejour play nicely with vim. added the -t option for teeing
SEO: Make sure the README includes "Bonjour". [melo]
Added the word Bonjour to the README file
It makes sure that searching for Bonjour, a common term, finds this project.
Signed-off-by: Pedro Melo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Minor cleanup, removed vestigal gitjour code.
Removed an obsolete comment.
Updated README to suggest explicitly installing the 'dnssd' dependency.
Refixing authors, version, bin, and gemspec.
Updated the README, added -m.
Updated the README.
Merge branch 'master' of email@example.com:jbarnette/pastejour
Fix up default paste names.
This is pastejour, not basis. Fix the README.
Fix DNSSD bug, silenced WEBrick, pulled across data.
Broken, but halfway there.
Removed empty gemspec.
Initial (empty) commit.