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Using Multiple Versions of Rake

Rake has become a critical component of my development toolchain. So much so that I have developed extensions, such as Chrysalis, to assist with common aspects of the build cycle.
However, due to time constraints, Chrysalis does not support the latest version of Rake (currently 0.8.3). The 0.8 branch reworked some of the internals, [...]

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 [...]