In a nutshell, the vision for rubynet is to create a command
line and online tool that allows for multi-lingual access to
search, download, and query ruby packages. More specifically,
some of the project goals are to:
Create an online community aimed at allowing rubyists to
securely search, download, compile, and query ruby modules.
Create a CLI that will let you, if you have a net connection,
browse rubynet (via XML/REST) and query rubynet interactively
(prefer to conserve bandwidth over CPU: CPU architecture
problems can be scaled/solved).
rubynet, like CPAN, provides a programmatic API for
downloading, updating, and compiling, ruby packages.
rubynet places a higher degree of need and importance on
back-end database (client side databases formats such as cdb are
compiled and pushed out/made available).
rubynet will use the reflection API to expose all methods,
classes, variables, etc. to the rubydoc project so
that all modules are available for user review.
The online forum will have user accounts and watches to allow
people to track modules and releases changes.
If you have any questions/comments/feedback, please send them
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SourceForge Project Page: http://www.sf.net/projects/rubynet.
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