A script for easily making and releasing gems with minimal fuss.
Assumptions it makes:
- you use Github
- you use `rake` to start tests
curl -s https://raw.github.com/hawx/gmd/master/gmd -o /usr/local/bin/gmd
chmod +x /usr/local/bin/gmd
Will download the script to `/usr/local/bin` (obviously you can change this
to anywhere on your $PATH) and then makes it executable.
### `gmd <GEMNAME>`
# Using this:
# - assumes the main namespace is called MyGem
# - and creates my_gem.gemspec and Rakefile
The Rakefile contains two tasks, one is a simple test task (`rake test`),
the other to generate man pages (`rake man`). There is also a commented out
test task for rspec.
You will want to edit the gemspec immediately as there is just filler
descriptions and summaries.
### `gmd install`
Builds the gem to `./pkg` and installs it locally.
### `gmd release`
Runs the tests (calls `rake`), then asks if it is ok to publish so you don't
push a gem which fails it's tests accidentally.
Then asks if you want the last commit tagging with the new version number.
Then builds the new gem to `./pkg` and pushes it to rubygems.