Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Chad Perrin
set version date
Chad Perrin
updated revision version number
Chad Perrin
improved k die code syntax help
Chad Perrin
updated die code validation and config_file -> filename
Chad Perrin
missing words in README
Chad Perrin
missing words in README
Branches
v1
Chad Perrin
created branch for release version 1
Branches
v1
Chad Perrin
do not need all those numbers
Chad Perrin
set version number to 1.0
Chad Perrin
getting ready for 1.0 release
Chad Perrin
line wrapping Ruby 1.8 section
Chad Perrin
notes about installing with Ruby 1.8 vs. 1.9
Chad Perrin
minor code formatting edit
Chad Perrin
added stuff about getting Ruby and gem installed on user systems
Chad Perrin
shell prompt character consistency
Chad Perrin
fixed broken Contribute article link rendering
Chad Perrin
editing the README
Chad Perrin
updated README for expanded capabilities
Chad Perrin
I guess I did not need that .rb after all, and dammit, I am not a fan of accidentally committing when I am trying to re-execute an earlier shell command
Chad Perrin
RC minor version bump
Chad Perrin
date, README, homepage
Chad Perrin
added handling of N in roll method
Chad Perrin
added handling of N in roll method
Chad Perrin
implemented and tested count_dice_max_thresh method
Chad Perrin
added rdoc for planned method count_dice_max_thresh to implement N die type
Chad Perrin
date updated; description expanded; post-install message added; ruby version requirement added
Chad Perrin
shortened the README markdown filename extension
Chad Perrin
damned thing will not let me update a date without yanking previous version from RubyGems, incrementing a version number, and repushing, because obviously bureaucracy is awesome
Chad Perrin
evidently, mistakes are mandatory
Chad Perrin
no more mistakes on gem date when pushing to gemcutter
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