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[ 05:23:04 pgollucci ] Original commit 
rubygem-newgem devel  Deleted Broken Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit Bundle ruby libraries into gems
head/devel/Makefile
Quickly bundle any Ruby libraries into a RubyGem and share it with the world,
your colleagues, or perhaps just with yourself amongst your projects.

RubyGems are centrally stored, versioned, and support dependencies between
other gems, so they are the ultimate way to bundle libraries,
executables, associated tests, examples, and more.

Within this gem, you get one thing - newgem - an executable to create your own
gems. Your new gems will include designated folders for Ruby code,
test files, executables, and even a default website page for you to explain
your project, and which instantly uploads to RubyForge
website (which looks just like this one by default)

WWW: http://drnic.github.com/newgem/

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