TemporaryDirectory is a Ruby library that contains a service class that creates temporary directories and returns Pathname objects to work with them. Additionally a helper module for RSpec and Cucumber provides temporary directories for examples and scenarios.
Features / Problems
This project tries to conform to:
- Semantic Versioning (2.0.0)
- Ruby Packaging Standard (0.5-draft)
- Ruby Style Guide
- Gem Packaging: Best Practices
- Written purely in Ruby.
- Documented with Cucumber.
- Automatically testable through Cucumber and RSpec.
- Intended to be used with Ruby 2.1.8 or higher.
- Cryptographically signed git tags.
- Ruby 2.1.8 or higher
On *nix systems you may need to prefix the command with
sudo to get root
gem install temporary_directory
Go into the root directory of the installed gem and run the following command to fetch all development dependencies:
Afterwards start the test runner:
If something goes wrong you should be notified through failing examples.
This documentation defines the public interface of the software. The version number of the software tracks changes to this public interface as described in Semantic Versioning. Do not use elements that are marked as private. These elements are not guaranteed to exist in otherwise compatible future versions. Should you really need some parts that are currently marked as private, please contact us. We might be able to expose them as public interface for your convenience.
This is still experimental software, even the public interface may change substantially in future releases.
In most cases you want to load the code by using the following command:
In a bundler Gemfile you should use the following:
This project is contained within a namespace to avoid name collisions with other code. If you do not want to specifiy the namespace explicitly you can include it into the current scope by executing the following statement:
Bug reports and feature requests
Please use the issue tracker on github.com to let me know about errors or ideas for improvement of this software.
This software is developed in the source code management system Git. There are several synchronized mirror repositories available:
GitHub (located in California, USA)
GitLab (located in Illinois, USA)
BitBucket (located in California, USA)
Pikacode (located in France)
You can get the latest source code with the following command, while exchanging the placeholder for one of the mirror URIs:
git clone MIRROR_URI
Tags and cryptographic verification
The final commit before each released gem version will be marked by a tag named like the version with a prefixed lower-case "v". Every tag will be signed by Alexander E. Fischer's OpenPGP public key which enables you to verify your copy of the code cryptographically.
Add the key to your GnuPG keyring by the following command:
gpg --import aef-openpgp.asc
This command will tell you if your code is of integrity and authentic:
git tag --verify [TAG NAME]
To package your state of the source code into a gem package use the following command:
The gem will be generated according to the .gemspec file in the project root directory and will be placed into the pkg/ directory.
Help on making this software better is always very appreciated. If you want your changes to be included in the official release, please clone the project on github.com, create a named branch to commit, push your changes into it and send a pull request afterwards.
Please make sure to write tests for your changes so that no one else will break them when changing other things. Also notice that an inclusion of your changes cannot be guaranteed before reviewing them.
The following people were involved in development:
- Alexander E. Fischer firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright Alexander E. Fischer email@example.com, 2016
This file is part of TemporaryDirectory.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.