01 May '12, 3pm

Be awesome: write your .gemspec yourself - Jeff Kreeftmeijer:

A lot of people are still using (tools like) Jeweler, which is fine. I would like to ask you to take a look at a simple .gemspec file sometime and ask yourself if this would more difficult to write and maintain than a Rakefile specifying the exact same thing. I feel like a lot of people are using Jeweler because everyone did it when they started and haven’t looked back since.

Full article: http://jeffkreeftmeijer.com/2010/be-awesome-write-your-ge...

Tweets

you find something distasteful? that's how you ...

blogs.straitstimes.com 04 May '12, 5pm

By Rohit Brijnath Senior Correspondent [email protected] SOMEONE asked me snidely on Monday about Roger Federer's jacket. ...

I knew it wouldn't take long for BHW to get the...

blackhatworld.com 05 May '12, 6am

Maybe I am being overly excited here but that one comment seems to be a bit of an 'ah ha' moment for me. Rather than debat...

@kurko wrong forum for this discussion. Please ...

rubyforge.org 09 May '12, 5am

You may enter a privacy password below. This provides only mild security, but should prevent others from messing with your...

@drawohara also, no serious rubyist would write

rubygems.org 08 May '12, 9pm

return_bang implements non-local exits for methods. As a bonus, you also get exception handling that ignores standard Ruby...