11 Jun '13, 5pm

gist-dep - New tool to easily share small bits of code between projects/developers

gist-dep - New tool to easily share small bits of code between projects/developers Posted by eric on June 11, 2013 — 0 comments gist-dep is a command line tool that helps you share code between projects and developers. Written in Ruby but useful on any project. Common needs include JavaScript behavior and polyfills, Ruby monkey-patches and configuration code, etc. Whenever you have a bit of code you often use but it is too small/trivial to be managed as a full library gist-dep is an excellent alternative. Code snippets are stored on Github's Gist system . The tool provides a quick way to add, update (both directions) and remove gists in a project.

Full article: http://www.rubyflow.com/items/9412-gist-dep-new-tool-to-e...

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