Well, it's got the basic functionality it needs, so I'm about to put out a 0.1.0 gem for RPlug. It has a dependency on SourceControl, which I think only deserves a 0.0.5 release because it only does the bare minimum to support RPlug at the moment.
Both projects are entirely up in subversion if anyone wants to check them out, but they're not quite ready for public consumption at the moment.
Example usage and output follows.
% rplug install exception_logger http://svn.techno-weenie.net/projects/plugins/exception_logger svn Recorded exception_logger, run 'rplug update' to pull the latest revision % rplug update Working in project dir /home/jamie/dev/redvase Updating exception_logger... upgrading to revision 2733 updating local repository Done. Updating mocha... Done. Updating helper_test... Done. Updating arts... Done. Updating liquid... Done. % rplug status Working in project dir /home/jamie/dev/redvase Managing the following plugins: arts, revision 70 exception_logger, revision 2 helper_test, revision 85 liquid, revision 140 mocha, revision 99 Not Managing the following plugins: test_timer % rplug update -p exception_logger -r 2563 Working in project dir /home/jamie/dev/redvase Updating exception_logger... upgrading to revision 2563 updating local repository Done.
For those new to the blog, I'm currently reinventing a few wheels here - RPlug is a replacement for Piston that stores meta-info in config/plugins.yml rather than the version control system, and which does not tie itself directly to Subversion even when given a compatible system (like SVK). It does this by using SourceControl (itself intended as a replacement for RSCM) to handle the interface to the SCM system.