23 Jun '13, 5am

Configatron 2.13.0: A complex script for easily configuring Ruby apps Follow @mas_coltliq

A complex script for easily configuring Ruby apps Configatron basically provides a way to store configurations and any kind of other details outside an application's code. So instead of re-writing variables in any project, programmers can write them once in Configatron and use the Configatron gem in any other project to have access to those settings from anywhere in the app's code. Check out the included instructions in the package's README file to get a feel on how Configatron works and can be setup. What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] ยท Removed jRuby from Travis.

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