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Old 06-30-2010, 12:33 PM
Lubomir Rintel
 
Default Orphanning some ruby gems

Hi, due to a shift in requirements and time constrains I just orphanned
or am about to orphan the following:

About to orphan in a couple of days:

rubygem-bacon -- A ruby-based testing framework
rubygem-configuration -- Pure Ruby scoped configuration files
rubygem-diff-lcs -- Provide a list of changes between two sequenced collections
rubygem-rack-test -- Simple testing API built on Rack
rubygem-syntax -- Ruby library for performing simple syntax highlighting
rubygem-test-spec -- Behaviour Driven Development interface for Test::Unit
rubygem-treetop -- A Ruby-based text parsing and interpretation DSL

Orhpaned, have other maintainers:

rubygem-cucumber -- Tool to execute plain-text documents as functional tests
rubygem-launchy -- Helper class for cross-platform launching of applications
rubygem-polyglot -- Allow hooking of language loaders for specified extensions into require
rubygem-rubigen -- A framework to allow Ruby applications to generate file/folder stubs
rubygem-shotgun -- Automatic reloading version of the rackup command
rubygem-sinatra -- Ruby-based web application framework
rubygem-term-ansicolor -- Ruby library that colors strings using ANSI escape sequences

If you wish to take over maintenance of those packages, please add
yourself to pkgdb. Thank you!

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