== Welcome to OverrideKernel
OverrideKernel changes Kernel functions
from nasty wildebeasts into fluffy, harmless bunnies.
Currently, only the exit function is dealt with in such a manner.
== Getting Started
1. Install OverrideKernel at the command prompt if you haven't yet:
gem install override_kernel
2. Require the gem in your Gemfile:
gem 'override_kernel', '~> 0.0.1'
3. Require the gem wherever you need to use it:
Simply use the following call to start brushing the exit function off like it's
a harmless pest:
This line will gladly put it back in your way:
You can check the state of the application by
* Please note that it is up to you to 'reset' the application's state should
it be found to be 'dead'. The following line will do the deed:
OverrideKernel::AppState.state = :alive
== Additional Documentation
OverrideKernel is released under the GPLv3 license.