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-= Rake 0.9.3 Released
-Rake version 0.9.3 contains some new, backwards compatible features and
-a number of bug fixes.
-== Changes
-=== New Features
-* Multitask tasks now use a thread pool. Use -j to limit the number of
- available threads.
-* Use -m to turn regular tasks into multitasks (use at your own risk).
-* You can now do "Rake.add_rakelib 'dir'" in your Rakefile to
- programatically add rake task libraries.
-* You can specific backtrace suppression patterns (see
- --supress-backtrace)
-* Directory tasks can now take prerequisites and actions
-* Use --backtrace to request a full backtrace without the task trace.
-* You can say "--backtrace=stdout" and "--trace=stdout" to route trace
- output to standard output rather than standard error.
-* Optional 'phony' target (enable with 'require 'rake/phony'") for
- special purpose builds.
-* Task#clear now clears task comments as well as actions and
- prerequisites. Task#clear_comment will specifically target comments.
-* The --all option will force -T and -D to consider all the tasks,
- with and without descriptions.
-=== Bug Fixes
-* Semi-colons in windows rakefile paths now work.
-* Improved Control-C support when invoking multiple test suites.
-* egrep method now reads files in text mode (better support for
- Windows)
-* Better deprecation line number reporting.
-* The -W option now works with all tasks, whether they have a
- description or not.
-* File globs in rake should not be sorted alphabetically, independent
- of file system and platform.
-* Numerous internal improvements.
-* Documentation typos and fixes.
-== What is Rake
-Rake is a build tool similar to the make program in many ways. But
-instead of cryptic make recipes, Rake uses standard Ruby code to
-declare tasks and dependencies. You have the full power of a modern
-scripting language built right into your build tool.
-== Availability
-The easiest way to get and install rake is via RubyGems ...
- gem install rake (you may need root/admin privileges)
-Otherwise, you can get it from the more traditional places:
-Home Page::
-GitHub:: git://
-== Thanks
-As usual, it was input from users that drove a alot of these changes. The
-following people either contributed patches, made suggestions or made
-otherwise helpful comments. Thanks to ...
-* Aaron Patterson
-* Dylan Smith
-* Jo Liss
-* Jonas Pfenniger
-* Kazuki Tsujimoto
-* Michael Bishop
-* Michael Elufimov
-* Ryan Davis
-* Sam Grönblom
-* Sam Phippen
-* Sergio Wong
-* Tay Ray Chuan
-* grosser
-* quix
-Also, many thanks to Eric Hodel for assisting with getting this release
-out the door.
--- Jim Weirich