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rrrene — 16 posts

I blogged about the value of the docs badge provided by Inch CI and what project maintainers can get out of it.

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I justed blogged about a new feature on Inch CI called Suggestions.

Inch CI is a service to lint your Ruby docs. Think of it as Code Climate for your inline code documentation.

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[BUGFIX] Inch 0.4.8  trivelop.de
I had to release an important bugfix to Inch related to the generation of the "Inch Rake task". If you use Inch in your Rake tasks, please update to the new version 0.4.8!
Inch 0.4.7 released  trivelop.de
I just released a new version of Inch, a tool to evaluate and lint your inline-docs.

Feedback and bug reports for this version were collected through Inch CI, a web-based CI version of Inch.
I recently launched a web service based on Inch and now I wrote about the first month of Inch CI.

Inch CI is a service to lint your Ruby docs. Think of it as Code Climate for your inline code documentation.
Inch Pages: The first three weeks  inch-pages.github.io
Three weeks have gone by since Inch Pages, kind of a Code Climate for your inline docs, has launched.

I just wrote a blog post about the state of affairs.
Inch, the gem that powers Inch Pages (which is basically Code Climate for your docs), now supports per-project configuration via an .inch.yml file (see the README for more info).
Inch: v0.3.1 released  trivelop.de
This minor release brings performance enhancements and bugfixes to Inch.

Inch is a command-line tool that gives you hints where to improve your Ruby docs. One Inch at a time.
I just launched Inch Pages, a way to show badges about inline-docs in READMEs. It's like Code Climate for docs, except it is an open source project running on GitHub Pages. Early adopters include virtus and libnotify (right-most badge).

Read the announcement: Raising the visibility of inline-docs
Inch: v0.3.0 released  trivelop.de
I just released version 0.3.0 of Inch, the documentation measurement tool for Ruby (think of it as Code Climate for your docs).
I just wrote a blog post about why Inch uses grades instead of percentages.

Inch is a documentation measurement tool for Ruby. Think of it as Code Climate for your docs.
Well, sort of: Inch is a CLI that gives you hints where to improve your docs. One Inch at a time.

Take a look at the project page with screenshots (live and in full color) or visit the GitHub repo.
I finally sat down and wrote a blog post with screenshots explaining last week's introduction of color support in Sparkr.

Sparkr is a Ruby gem that allows you to add ASCII sparklines to your Ruby program: ▁▂▃▅▇
▁▂▃▅▇ 0.3.0  trivelop.de
I just released sparkr 0.3.0.

It now let's you create colored ASCII sparklines for your Ruby CLIs: ▁▂▃▅▇
▁▂▃▅▂▇ in Ruby  rrrene.github.io
Sparkr let's you create ASCII sparklines for your Ruby CLIs.
Homecoming let's you easily traverse all parent directories and search for a given file. This comes in handy when searching for a config file with settings that can be overridden by the same config file in a lower level directory (a popular example being .gitignore).