roastbeef 0.0.3 → 0.0.4

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data/README.txt CHANGED
@@ -37,6 +37,8 @@ usage:
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  == but say you wanted to install it
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+ * sudo gem install roastbeef
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  you can get the source like this
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  * git clone git://github.com/technomancy/roastbeef.git
@@ -46,7 +48,7 @@ or once you have it installed do this
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  * roastbeef install roastbeef
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- == ok i admit there is still a lot of work to do
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+ == ok i admit there is still work to do
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  * accept optional configure arguments
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  * allow for rebuilds to be simpler commands than initial builds
@@ -58,6 +60,22 @@ these things i am not going to work on but will accept patches for
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  * support for hg, darcs, tarballs?
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  * add more packages
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+ == watch out fellows
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+ the version of rubygems that you get when you run "sudo apt-get
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+ install rubygems" on an ubuntu or debian box puts things in
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+ inconvenient places. your life will be easier if you do not use it.
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+ grab the official build instead and you will save yourself pain:
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+ http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/29548/rubygems-1.0.1.tgz
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+ according to the debian packagers this brokenness is a feature not a
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+ bug (something about LFS compliance) but it means that many many
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+ rubygems will just not work without manually modifying your $PATH for
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+ every user that wants to take advantage of them. see below:
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+ http://pkg-ruby-extras.alioth.debian.org/rubygems.html
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+ http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=448639
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  == why did you pick a name such as roast beef
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  roast beef is a character in the comic strip known as achewood by
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  require 'package'
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  module RoastBeef
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- VERSION = '0.0.3'
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  USAGE = "roastbeef #{VERSION}
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  uh ok so roast beef is some kind of package manager that uses upstream
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  if unremovable?
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  puts "man i can not remove this package for you. have to do that yourself. to be fair I did warn you."
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- system((["cd #{path}"] + remove + ['cd', "rm -rf #{path}"]).join(' && '))
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+ system((["cd #{path}"] + @remove + ['cd', "rm -rf #{path}"]).join(' && '))
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  end
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  end
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  end
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  --- !ruby/object:Gem::Specification
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  name: roastbeef
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  version: !ruby/object:Gem::Version
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  platform: ruby
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  authors:
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  - Phil Hagelberg
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  bindir: bin
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- date: 2008-03-14 00:00:00 -07:00
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+ date: 2008-03-16 00:00:00 -07:00
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  dependencies:
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  - !ruby/object:Gem::Dependency
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  description: "uh ok so roast beef is some kind of package manager that is for bleeding-edge programs. so basically it does not have its own repositories. instead it just will download source from the upstream repository and will do all the necessary steps to install . you get things that are as fresh as possible. i am talking about really fresh like your eggs and milk. roast beef saves you from having to look up the repository locations for all the stuff you want to build from source. it also abstracts away the differences in build processes. say you want the latest version of such a package as gnu emacs. so you grab the source but you know emacs is a little different from other packages and requires \"make bootstrap\" in between the configure and make step. with roastbeef all the complexity of such things is hidden from you. and if you have a lot of stuff built from source you can keep them all up to date with a single command. the motivations behind this are made more clear in a blog post: http://technomancy.us/106 == man why you even got to do a thing"
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  email: technomancy@gmail.com