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require 'rake' do |s| = "ruby-processing"
s.version = "1.0.9"
s.authors = ["Jeremy Ashkenas", "Peter Gassner", "Martin Stannard", "Andrew Nanton",
"Marc Chung", "Peter Krenn", "Florian Jenett", "Andreas Haller",
"Juris Galang"] = "2010-3-4"
s.default_executable = "rp5" = ""
s.executables = ["rp5"]
s.extra_rdoc_files = ["README", "CHANGELOG", "LICENSE"]
s.files = FileList['bin/**/*', 'lib/**/*', 'library/**/*', 'samples/**/*'].to_a
s.has_rdoc = true
s.homepage = ""
s.rdoc_options = ["--line-numbers", "--inline-source", "--title", "Ruby-Processing", "--main", "README"]
s.require_paths = ["lib"]
s.rubyforge_project = "ruby-processing"
s.summary = "Code as Art, Art as Code. Processing and Ruby are meant for each other."
s.description = <<-EOS
Ruby-Processing is a Ruby wrapper for the Processing code art framework. It's
this thin little shim that squeezes between Processing and JRuby, passing
along some neat goodies like:
* Applet and Application exporting of your sketches. Hand them out to
your party guests, ready-to-run.
* Live Coding via JRuby's IRB. Loads in your sketch so you can futz with
variables and remake methods on the fly.
* Bare sketches. Write your Ruby-Processing sketches without having to define
a class. Without defining methods, even.
* A "Control Panel" library, so that you can easily create sliders, buttons,
checkboxes and drop-down menus, and hook them into your sketch's instance
* "Watch" mode, where Ruby-Processing keeps an eye on your sketch and reloads
it from scratch every time you make a change. A pretty nice REPL-ish way
to work on your Processing sketches.
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