Chrysalis 0.1.0 Is Out

Last night I released the initial version of Chrysalis, a simple, yet powerful dependency manager built on Ruby and Rake. This morning, the gem has circulated out to the mirrors, so the launch is off the ground.

I’ve long thought that building applications, along with their dependencies, could be easier and more efficient. Chrysalis is my attempt at making it so. I’ve been putting it to use in my projects, and have been pleased with the results.

If you’ve had the same thoughts, check out Chrysalis. There’s plenty of documentation on the site to get you started. The core of initial release is stable, but there are additional features that would be useful. Feel free to send me your feedback and suggestions.

Comments

Lonna Hanson
says:
December 10, 2007 at 12:38 PM

Glad that you got it released. I enjoyed talking to you about it on Saturday. It sounds like a very valuable program
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