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vegas

code.quirkey.com/vegas

DESCRIPTION:

Vegas aims to solve the simple problem of creating executable versions of Sinatra/Rack apps.

FEATURES/PROBLEMS:

Currently, Vegas just includes a single class Vegas::Runner which wraps your Sinatra app to give it command line options, daemonization, PID/URL tracking, and browser launching (using Launchy).

Lets say you have a gem with a sinatra application. With Vegas you can create a bin that looks like

#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# ./bin/myapp

require File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + "/../lib/myapp")
require 'vegas'

Vegas::Runner.new(Sinatra::Application, 'myapp')

See the website: code.quirkey.com/vegas for full usage/options.

WINDOWS:

Using vegas (and gems that depend on it) on Windows works but isn't 100% the same. Daemon-ization and browser launching work, but you will see duplicate messages.

If you see a warning like:

`expand_path': couldn't find HOME environment -- expanding `~/.vegas' (ArgumentError)

You have to set your HOME path:

c:\> set HOME=%HOMEPATH%

INSTALL:

sudo gem install vegas

LICENSE:

MIT LICENSE, see LICENSE for details

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