removes core team members from list, does not count backported commits (able to handle cherry-picking)
* hanna has broken dependencies all the time * we have a .yardopts file already for rubydoc.info * just compare the rake tasks * README has a TOC This would also allow using YARD's doc tagging system at some point in the future. Rakefile is still usable even if YARD is not installed.
…ything defaults to UTF-8 on OSX).
…now, but it was not as easy to use as haml or erb, and not documented. Tests and documentation (English and German) included.
In Rakefile, doc:api, fix hardcoded `hanna` call to derive the hanna executable name from ruby_install_name. So for ruby1.9, we get hanna1.9; for macruby, machanna; etc. Also did away with the shell line continuation backslashes, as we're gsubbing \s+ with ' ' anyway.
The previous behavior was to run only the main test suite, which led to missed compat issues. You can get the old behavior by running "rake test" explicitly.