When I started blogging, it had everything: links, short posts, long posts, pictures. Web 2.0 has brought new ways of creating that content, but it feels scattered. This site brings my multiple streams of content back to one place, like we did in the good old days.
Saturday, March 01, 2008
If you hack around on Merb itself, take a look at these sake tasks
$ sake -T http://merbivore.com/merb-dev.sake sake merb:clone # Clone a copy of all 3 of the Merb repositories sake merb:update # Update your local Merb repositories. Run from inside the top-level merb directory. sake merb:gems:wipe # Uninstall all RubyGems related to Merb sake merb:gems:refresh # Pull fresh copies of Merb and refresh all the gems sake merb:install:core # Install merb-core sake merb:install:more # Install merb-more sake merb:install # Install merb-core and merb-more sake merb:sake:refresh # Remove and reinstall Merb sake recipes
The code is served piping hot direct from GitHub so it’s always current. If you’d like to contribute, let me know and I’ll add you.