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2015-01-13remove Rubyforge reference in RakefileEric Wong1-32/+0
Rubyforge is dead
2013-09-26Rakefile: kill task to update RAAEric Wong1-38/+0
RAA is dead
2011-03-04doc: URL dietEric Wong1-2/+2
Old git URLs still work, but new ones are shorter
2010-12-26release: publish_news runs by defaultEric Wong1-6/+19
It's interactive and sucks less, now.
2010-12-24doc: switch to wrongdoc for documentationEric Wong1-94/+1
wrongdoc eliminates JavaScript from our website and also enables us to cut down on our management scripts/code for supporting the project.
2010-01-06Fix minor build system bugsEric Wong1-3/+2
2010-01-06Rakefile: raa_update taskEric Wong1-0/+38
2009-10-06cleanup packaging and website/rdocEric Wong1-15/+97
2009-09-07Rakefile: preformatted text for history rdocEric Wong1-1/+1
escaping issues are too painful to deal with
2009-09-07Rakefile: Fix history with multi-paragraph tag messagesEric Wong1-1/+1
2009-09-07Switch to hand-rolled packaging/distro scriptsEric Wong1-21/+27
Several bikeshed reasons brought me to this point: * I like the README.html layout more than any default index.html even if it's using README content. Having links on the side helps navigation IMHO. * publish_docs preserves timestamps to improve cache hit rate * git is used to maintain the manifest at packaging/release-time so my changesets have less noise in them * git is used to generate history files (from tag messages), this is a more DRY approach to me. * I don't like the ".txt" suffix being translated to "_txt.html" in URLs. I don't like the ".txt" suffix in general. * I don't like Manifest.txt showing up in my RDoc
2009-09-04use Rack::Utils::HeaderHash for $sent_http_* lookupsEric Wong1-0/+1
No point in having extra code to do case-insensitive lookups, especially since the HeaderHash implementation is already in wide use and will only get faster as time goes by.
2009-08-28initial importEric Wong1-0/+30