Flexible, Ruby based make
Similar to make, the rant commandline tool reads a file called Rantfile, which
contains task definitions. Unlike make, however, an Rantfile is just a valid
script written in the Ruby programming language. Since Ruby comes with many
useful libraries and is portable across many different operating systems, it
is easy to write portable Rantfiles.
The current plugin interface will vanish as soon as there are
replacements for the two existing plugins ("Csharp" and
"Configure") distributed with Rant. <b>Don't write new
= Rant plugins
An Rant plugin provides additional functionality for the Rant program.
Every Ruby script (file ending in <tt>.rb</tt>) in the
<tt>rant/plugin</tt> directory is considere
= Rant -- Ruby's ant
Rant is a flexible build tool written entirely in Ruby.
The equivalent to a _Makefile_ for _make_ is the _Rantfile_. An
_Rantfile_ is actually a valid Ruby script that is read in by the
Rant currently features:
* Rantfiles are written in Ruby.
* Defining custom tasks
* Automated packaging, testing and RDoc generation for Ruby
applications and libraries.
Rantfile example for making a simple debian package of a ruby program
using git-buildpackage with
This is the README file for the myprog program.
rant-import(1) rant-import rant-import(1)
Rant - Flexible,
rant - A flexibl
rant (0.5.8-8) unstable; urgency=medium
* move ruby 1.9 branch to 1.9.1 from 1.9.0 (Closes: #5698
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