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View module_inclusion.rb
module Wrapped
# This is the wrapper class
class Wrapper
attr_accessor :content
def initialize(content)
@content = content
def content_value
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(fn box)
(def box)
(lambda box)
(immutant) / immutant
(func box)
(funk box)
parens / (parens)
funct / (funct)
(curve box) / CurveBox
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- uri:
destination: /opt
- uri: file:///home/jboss/downloads/
destination: /home/jboss
View abstract.txt
The goals of the TorqueBox project are ambitious, and exposing
complex, integrated enterprise Java services to Ruby applications
presents great challenges to the creation of useful yet simple
integration tests.
Over time, the TorqueBox integration test suite has evolved from 100%
Java-based container testing, to something of a hybrid, and finally to a
100% Ruby-based solution we named TorqueSpec. We realize that what
works well for us might also work well for others who deploy their
apps on TorqueBox. In this talk we'll demonstrate exactly how.
msavy / gist:944654
Created Apr 27, 2011 — forked from goldmann/gist:944514
0.9.1 announcement
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title author layout version tags
BoxGrinder Build 0.9.1 released!
Marek Goldmann

I'm happy to announce BoxGrinder Build 0.9.1. The release introduces a couple of new features, plus a number of bug-fixes and functionality enhancements. Please refer to the [Release Notes][release_notes] below for a full list of the changes.

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