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ramaze: This little tool helps you creating, controlling, and debugging your applications.

NAME
ramaze - This little tool helps you creating, controlling, and debugging your applications.
SYNOPSIS
ramaze [options] [INPUT]

DESCRIPTION

ramaze binary tightly integrates with both Ramaze and the Rack executable rackup, so you will be able to take advantage of both.

OPTIONS

create To create a new application with a basic set of files and directories. start Start an instance of your application with ramaze start. Supply a pidfile name if you do not want it to use the default (PROJECT.pid). start -D To start your application in the background you should daemonize it with the -D argument. This will put the PID of the instance into the pidfile. stop Stop a running instance of this application with ramaze stop. Supply a pidfile name if you started it with a pidfile other than the default (PROJECT.pid). restart Stop a running instance of this application, then starts it back up with ramaze restart. Pidfile (if supplied) is used for both stop and start. console Starts an irb console with app.rb (and irb completion) loaded. This command ignores rack options.At the moment, you will have to call Ramaze.setup_dependencies after starting the session to get full functionality. Print version

SEE ALSO

This program is shipped as part of the libramaze-ruby1.8 library package, you can check its corresponding documentation can be found in the libramaze-ruby-doc package.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Deepak Tripathi <apenguinlinux@gmail.com>, based on the document of this program, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be freely used by others). May 27, 2010 RAMAZE(1)
 
 
 

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