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Tar2RubyScript

Tar2RubyScript transforms a directory, containing an application and its subdirectories, into one single Ruby script, along with some code to handle the archive.

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  •  09 Aug 2006 22:15

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug concerning looping symlinks and a bug concerning too many open files. It adds support for hard links and symbolic links (not on Windows).

    •  08 Mar 2006 19:37

      Release Notes: Fixes a bug concerning looping symlinks. Fixes a bug concerning too many open files. Adds support for hard links and symbolic links (not on Windows).

      •  20 Jun 2005 23:08

        Release Notes: This release adds both temporary directories to $: and ENV["PATH"].

        •  31 Mar 2005 03:41

          Release Notes: Files for inclusion are now searched for using *.* instead of * on Windows. A bug concerning read-only files was fixed. Changes made by tar2rubyscript.bat and tar2rubyscript.sh are no longer permanent, and they now also work for the tar archive variant. Support was added for long filenames in GNU tar archives (GNUTYPE_LONGNAME). A bug with multiple require-ing of (different) init.rb files was fixed along with problems with backslashes when creating the tar archive.

          •  14 Jan 2005 05:16

            Release Notes: Changes made by tar2rubyscript.bat and tar2rubyscript.sh are no longer permanent. tar2rubyscript.bat and tar2rubyscript.sh now also work for the TAR archive variant. Support for long filenames in GNU TAR archives (GNUTYPE_LONGNAME) was added. Deletion of temporary files was enhanced. Support for ENV["PATH"] was added. A bug concerning multiple requiring of different init.rb files was fixed along with a backslash bug when creating the TAR archive.

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