RPlug and SourceControl now officially have Gems out. SourceControl is probably useless for anybody at the moment, but if you are working on a rails repository under SVK and want to manage SVN-backed plugins, RPlug should handle it just fine. Just gem install rplug -y. More compatability to come in the future.
I’ve been having problems getting SourceControl deployed, turns out (unsurprisingly) to be user error - I’m new to this whole rubyforge/gem scene.
So, for the record, prior to releasing a gem using Hoe, one needs to get rubyforge configured. For me, this wound up being:
1 2 3 $ rubyforge setup $ rubyforge config rplug $ rubyforge config sourcecontrol
After all that, SourceControl is deploying just fine.
I’m presuming that the initial problem was that the gem (and internal file structure) is source_control, but due to limitations on rubyforge the project name is sourcecontrol - somewhere along the way that confusion stopped it from working.
Today, I went mucking around with the packages for it, removed the old one named ‘sourcecontrol’ and added ‘source_control’ - removing ~/.rubyforge/auto-config.yml and re-running the rubyforge setup/config picked up the new package id, and everything seems to run just fine now.