Before the summer of 2011 I never took the time to dig into regular expressions and actually learn how they work. Then Hubot came along and suddenly regular expressions were cool.
So I created Scriptular and started regular expressing myself ;)
- clone the repo
- npm install -g coffee-script
- cake build
Just open SpecRunner.html in a browser to run the test suite.
If you'd like to hack on Scriptular, start by forking the repo on GitHub:
The best way to get your changes merged back into core is as follows:
- Clone down your fork
- Create a thoughtfully named topic branch to contain your change
- Hack away
- If you are adding new functionality, document it in the README
- If necessary, rebase your commits into logical chunks, without errors
- Push the branch up to GitHub
- Send a pull request for your branch
- Jonathan Hoyt
- Brandon Keepers
- Aaron Kalin
- Ben Truyman
- John K. Paul
- Adam Brodzinski
- Judith Hengeveld
- Blair Anderson
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