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ruby-respoke is a wrapper for the Respoke API. For more information on the Respoke service and API see


Using bundler, add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'respoke'

And then execute:

$ bundle

For details on the ruby-respoke API please refer to the full documentation.

Running the tests

The test suite uses VCR to record API requests and responses once. After the first run it caches these and works offline. These cached files are checked into Git and can be found in the test/vcr_cassettes directory. To run the tests against the live API just delete the test/vcr_cassettes directory. Please note that this will change the expected input of the encrypted test/test_config.yml.enc file used by Travis and that will need to be updated if you intend to commit the new VCR cache. Otherwise just omit the new cache files when making your tests.


Note that the unit tests do not use the VCR cache in favor of stubbing.

rake test:unit


Before you can run the specs yourself you will need to remove the VCR cache files and provide your Respoke API credentials. Copy the test/test_config.yml file and replace the example values with the ones in the Respoke developer portal.

cp test/test_config.example.yml test/test_config.yml

Fill in the test_config.yml values then run the spec rake task.

rake test:spec

Building the documentation

The documentation is marked up using Yard + Markdown. The easiest way to build the included docs is to use the rake task.

rake yard


To cut a new release, you'll need to have permissions to push the respoke gem to the repo.

  1. Install gem-release. gem install gem-release
  2. Do the release. gem bump --version minor --tag --release


If you wish to submit an issue use the issue tracker.

  1. Fork it ([my-github-username]/ruby-respoke/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request


Copyright 2014, Digium, Inc. All rights reserved.

This source code is licensed under The MIT License found in the LICENSE file in the root directory of this source tree.

For all details and documentation:


A Ruby library for interacting with the Respoke API.




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