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  1. +129 −0 Usage_en.txt
  2. +15 −3 bin/rbot
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129 Usage_en.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,129 @@
+Installing Programs with setup.rb
+=================================
+
+Quick Start
+-----------
+
+ Type this (You might needs super user previledge):
+
+ ($ su)
+ # ruby setup.rb
+
+ If you want to install a program in to your home directory
+ ($HOME), use following instead:
+
+ $ ruby setup.rb all --prefix=$HOME
+
+
+Detailed Installtion Process
+----------------------------
+
+ setup.rb invokes installation by three steps. There are
+ "config", "setup" and "install". You can invoke each steps
+ separately as following:
+
+ $ ruby setup.rb config
+ $ ruby setup.rb setup
+ # ruby setup.rb install
+
+ You can controll installation process by giving detailed
+ options for each tasks. For example, --bin-dir=$HOME/bin
+ let setup.rb install commands in $HOME/bin.
+
+ For details, see "Task Options".
+
+ Global Options
+ --------------
+
+ "Global Option" is a command line option which you can use
+ for all tasks. You must give a global option before any task
+ name.
+
+ -q,--quiet
+ suppress message outputs
+ --verbose
+ output messages verbosely (default)
+ -h,--help
+ prints help and quit
+ -v,--version
+ prints version and quit
+ --copyright
+ prints copyright and quit
+
+Tasks
+-----
+ These are acceptable tasks:
+ all
+ Invokes `config', `setup', then `install'.
+ Task options for all is same with config.
+ config
+ Checks and saves configurations.
+ show
+ Prints current configurations.
+ setup
+ Compiles ruby extentions.
+ install
+ Installs files.
+ clean
+ Removes created files.
+ distclean
+ Removes all created files.
+
+ Task Options for CONFIG/ALL
+ ---------------------------
+
+ --prefix=PATH
+ a prefix of the installing directory path
+ --stdruby=PATH
+ the directory for standard ruby libraries
+ --siterubycommon=PATH
+ the directory for version-independent non-standard
+ ruby libraries
+ --siteruby=PATH
+ the directory for non-standard ruby libraries
+ --bindir=PATH
+ the directory for commands
+ --rbdir=PATH
+ the directory for ruby scripts
+ --sodir=PATH
+ the directory for ruby extentions
+ --datadir=PATH
+ the directory for shared data
+ --rubypath=PATH
+ path to set to #! line
+ --rubyprog=PATH
+ the ruby program using for installation
+ --makeprog=NAME
+ the make program to compile ruby extentions
+ --without-ext
+ forces to setup.rb never to compile/install
+ ruby extentions.
+ --rbconfig=PATH
+ your rbconfig.rb to load
+
+ You can view default values of these options by typing
+
+ $ ruby setup.rb --help
+
+
+ If there's the directory named "packages",
+ You can also use these options:
+ --with=NAME,NAME,NAME...
+ Package names which you want to install.
+ --without=NAME,NAME,NAME...
+ Package names which you do not want to install.
+
+ [NOTE] You can pass options for extconf.rb like this:
+
+ ruby setup.rb config -- --with-tklib=/usr/lib/libtk-ja.so.8.0
+
+
+ Task Options for INSTALL
+ ------------------------
+
+ --no-harm
+ prints what to do and done nothing really.
+ --prefix=PATH
+ The prefix of the installing directory path.
+ This option may help binary package maintainers.
+ A default value is an empty string.
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18 bin/rbot
@@ -25,10 +25,16 @@ $VERBOSE=true
require 'etc'
require 'getoptlong'
-require 'rbot/ircbot'
require 'fileutils'
require 'rbconfig'
+begin
+ require 'rbot/ircbot'
+rescue LoadError => e
+ puts "Error: couldn't find the rbot/ircbot module for loading\n - did you install rbot using install.rb?"
+ exit 2
+end
+
$debug = true
$version="0.9.8"
$opts = Hash.new
@@ -40,8 +46,9 @@ def debug(message=nil)
end
opts = GetoptLong.new(
- [ "--debug", "-d", GetoptLong::NO_ARGUMENT ],
- [ "--help", "-h", GetoptLong::OPTIONAL_ARGUMENT ]
+ ["--debug", "-d", GetoptLong::NO_ARGUMENT],
+ ["--help", "-h", GetoptLong::OPTIONAL_ARGUMENT],
+ ["--version", "-v", GetoptLong::NO_ARGUMENT]
)
opts.each {|opt, arg|
@@ -49,6 +56,11 @@ opts.each {|opt, arg|
$opts[opt.sub(/^-+/, "")] = arg
}
+if ($opts["version"])
+ puts "rbot #{$version}"
+ exit 0
+end
+
if(bot = Irc::IrcBot.new(ARGV.shift))
if($opts["help"])
# query bot help from the commandline
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