Ray is just a rake file with some tasks that simplify the installation, disabling, enabling and uninstallation of Radiant extensions. Although Ray relies on GitHub (as the extension host) it does not rely on the
git command, if you don't have
git installed then the Ruby Open-URI library is used to download compressed archives.
To use Ray you need
tar installed in addition to the normal Radiant stack; Windows users probably need one of those "unixy" environment things since Ray does occasionally call out to system tools (I really don't know about Windows though). Ray only supports the
git SCM; although I'd happily accept a patch that used
git's tools to access CVS, SVN or whatever else it can handle. If you need to install extensions from other sources you should use Radiant's built-in
script/extension install command which can handle a wide variety of installation types.
Table of contents
- Bugs & feature requests
- Extension dependencies
- Advanced usage
- Legacy information
- john muhl
- Michael Kessler
- Arik Jones
- Benny Degezelle
Copyright (c) 2010 john muhl
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