hoe-packaging 1.2.1 released!

A new release of hoe-packaging are now available.

Description

hoe-packaging is a plugin for the hoe ruby projecthelper (https://github.com/seattlerb/hoe). It provides creation of rpm and deb packages, also a deployment to bintray.

What happend?

  • HP-5: Changed documentation from publican to daps
  • HP-6: Add more targets to travis.yml
  • HP-7: Add parseconfig as dependency
  • HP-8: Fix method colour to color (Rainbow Standard)

How to get it?

Just use “gem install hoe-packaging”.

hoe-manns 2.1.0 released!

A new release of hoe-manns are now available.

What happend?

5 minor enhancements

  • HM-9: Split module into two seperate modules
  • HM-10: Remove run_after_release
  • HM-11: Remove system(‘git add recipes/recipe.rb’) if File.exist?(‘recipes/recipe.rb’)
  • HM-13: Add more tests
  • Added task ‘rake bundler:gemfile install’
  • Changed publican to daps docbook managing

How to get it?

Just use “gem install hoe-manns”.

ignore-me 0.1.0 released

I’m pleased to announce the successor of the bzrmk package: ignore-me.

After publishing the bzrmk package some people have asked, if i can provide a package which supports more version controlling systems. So i worked on ignore-me, which currently supports BZR, GIT, SVN and HG. A experimental support of CVS is also included. I don’t know exactly if this really works on a CVS repository. So please let me know.

On https://answers.launchpad.net/ignore-me/+faq/2932 you can see, how to get the package. That faq explains, how to use it: https://answers.launchpad.net/ignore-me/+faq/2933 .

publican available for openSUSE

I’m pleased to announce publican for openSUSE.

Publican is a DocBook publication system, not just a DocBook processing tool. As well as ensuring your DocBook XML is valid, publican works to ensure your XML is up to publishable standard.
Because upstream depreached FOP support and prefers wkhtmltopdf, this version comes without FOP package dependencies. If you want to use FOP, then deinstall wkhtmltopdf. After the next start publican will use FOP again.

More on: https://sourceware.org/publican/en-US/index.html.

How to install:

  1. sudo zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Documentation:/Publican/openSUSE_Leap_42.2 (for openSUSE Leap 42.2) or
    sudo zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Documentation:/Publican/openSUSE_Tumbleweed (for openSUSE Tumbleweed)
  2. sudo zypper in publican

On https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/Documentation:Publican you can find more packages, which names beginning with „publican-„. That are brands for publican. You can use that brands, or can use it as base for your own brand.

Place Bugreports there.

hoe-manns version 1.6.1 has been released!

hoe-manns is a small collection of my personal used rake tasks for using with hoe. Actually it includes that tasks:

  • bundler:gemfile_lock
  • bundle_audit:*
  • clean_pkg
  • copy_manuals
  • copy_master
  • remove_pre_gemspec
  • run_before_release
  • run_after_release
  • update_workspace

Changes:

1.6.1 / 2017-02-22

  • 1 minor enhancement
    • updated dependencies

latex_curriculum_vitae 2.0.0 veröffentlicht

latex_curriculum_vitae Version 2.0.0 wurde veröffentlicht!

latex_curriculum_vitae ist ein Rubygem, welches bei der Erstellung der Bewerbungsmappen unterstützt. Das Programm erfragt alle relevaten Daten und kompiliert aus den LaTEX Quellen die Bewerbungsmappe. Auch ein Versand via Email wurde implementiert.

Änderungen:

2.0.0 / 2017-02-27

  • 3 größere Änderungen
    • Bug-9: Nutzung der XDG Verzeichnisse statt .latex_curriculum_vitae
    • Zum Bau wird ein temporäres Verzeichnis benutzt, statt dem Datenverzeichnis
    • URL Shortener wird auf nichtvorhandensein einer URL geprüft.

latex_curriculum_vitae 2.0.0 released

latex_curriculum_vitae version 2.0.0 has been released!

latex_curriculum_vitae is a Rubygem which help you to write your job applications. The program aks you for all relevant data for compiling
the curriculum vitae. It builds the motivational letter (if chosen in the gui), the cover and the cv. The resulting pdf will be found
in your home directory. Also it generates an email with a standard content, which allows you to send the mail with your cv directly.

Changes:

2.0.0 / 2017-02-27

  • 3 major enhancement
    • Bug-9: Using of XDG directories instead of .latex_curriculum_vitae
    • Using regular tempdir instead using the datadir directly
    • Fixed shorten url: Check if no url is given

latex_curriculum_vitae version 1.2.2 has been released!

latex_curriculum_vitae version 1.2.2 has been released!

latex_curriculum_vitae is a Rubygem which help you to write your job applications. The program aks you for all relevant data for compiling
the curriculum vitae. It builds the motivational letter (if chosen in the gui), the cover and the cv. The resulting pdf will be found
in your home directory. Also it generates an email with a standard content, which allows you to send the mail with your cv directly.

Changes:

1.2.2 / 2016-10-12

  • 2 minor enhancement
    • removed cleanup dir (fix LCV-2 Implement a split funktion)
    • write csv before preview in pdf viewer (LCV-3 Move up the csv method)

hoe-reek version 1.1.6 has been released!

hoe-reek version 1.1.6 has been released!

Tasks to integrate the reek code smell engine into your hoe projects. This project continues erics project (https://github.com/erikh/hoe-reek).

Changes:

1.1.6 / 2016-09-02

  • 2 minor enhancements
    • updated dependencies
    • added user docs link

Fixing Ubuntu versions of MultiMarkdown

As here explained, that the Ubuntu versions of Multimarkdown are broken.
The result is, that you can’t export Scrievener documents into Latex documents, because the compiling process breaks with a unknown error.

With that steps i have fixed it, so i can export to Latex:

  • sudo apt-get purge libtext-multimarkdown-perl
  • sudo apt-get install cmake checkinstall
  • git clone https://github.com/fletcher/MultiMarkdown-5.git
  • cd into the checked out repository
  • ./link_git_modules
  • ./update_git_modules
  • make
  • cd build
  • make
  • make test
  • checkinstall

The ‚make test‘ command should fail with one test. Additional documents about checkinstall you can get there. More about the Scrievener Latex-Configuration is available there.