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rename to git_tracker

as git-tracker implies an extension to the Git Gem, and that the tracker
code would live in Git::Tracker namespace. The binary is still
git-tracker, which is consistent w/Git commands.
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1 parent 6775252 commit 580a939b4088539a132640dfe0729bca6b7e9714 @stevenharman committed Mar 14, 2012
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source 'https://rubygems.org'
-# Specify your gem's dependencies in git-tracker.gemspec
+# Specify your gem's dependencies in git_tracker.gemspec
gemspec
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-# Git::Tracker
+# GitTracker
TODO: Write a gem description
## Installation
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
- gem 'git-tracker'
+ gem 'git_tracker'
And then execute:
$ bundle
Or install it yourself as:
- $ gem install git-tracker
+ $ gem install git_tracker
## Usage
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
-require 'git-tracker'
+require 'git_tracker'
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# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*-
-require File.expand_path('../lib/git-tracker/version', __FILE__)
+require File.expand_path('../lib/git_tracker/version', __FILE__)
Gem::Specification.new do |gem|
- gem.name = "git-tracker"
- gem.version = Git::Tracker::VERSION
+ gem.name = "git_tracker"
+ gem.version = GitTracker::VERSION
gem.authors = ["Steven Harman"]
gem.email = ["steveharman@gmail.com"]
- gem.homepage = "https://github.com/highgroove/git-tracker"
+ gem.homepage = "https://github.com/highgroove/git_tracker"
gem.summary = %q{Teaching Git about Pivotal Tracker.}
gem.description = <<-EOF
Some simple trick that make working with Pivotal Tracker even
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-require "git-tracker/version"
-
-module Git
- module Tracker
- # Your code goes here...
- end
-end
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-module Git
- module Tracker
- VERSION = "0.0.1"
- end
-end
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+require "git_tracker/version"
+
+module GitTracker
+end
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+module GitTracker
+ VERSION = "0.0.1"
+end

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