# Configure the highline terminal to your liking
highline.wrap_at = :auto # Auto-wrap output
# Generate an email, show it, confirm they want to send it, then prompt
-There is also a 'demo' task in this library's Rakefile that has a few ideas for things you might want to do.
+There is also a 'demo' task in this library's Rakefile that has a few ideas for things you might want to do.
+ You can prompt for a yes-or-no answer with agree()
+ Know what I mean (nudge, nudge, wink, wink)? [yn] y
+ You can ask for input with ask()
+ What could be better than that? Nothing!
+ Actually, that was a rhetorical question, but you answered: "Nothing!"
+ You can also ask() for things like passwords with a little configuration
+ Super sekrit password: **********
+ Okay, using your 10-character password for something nefarious...
+ You can also use choose() for building a menu.
+ What editor do you prefer?
+ Good to know (you picked "Textmate").
+ Or build a complex menu using a block.
+ Announce a new release:
+ Posting to blog.you.com!
+ There is also a list() function for display stuff in a compact list
+ For example, here's a list of the available tasks:
+ check_extra_deps check_manifest
+ commit-msg.txt config_hoe
+ hg:prep_release hg:pull
+ hg:push_without_confirmation hg:update
+ pkg/hoe-highline-0.0.1.gem pkg/hoe-highline-0.0.1.tgz
+ release_sanity release_to
-You can check out the current development source with Mercurial via its [Bitbucket project][bitbucket]. Or if you prefer Git, via [its Github mirror][github].
+You can check out the current development source with Mercurial via its
+[Bitbucket project][bitbucket]. Or if you prefer Git, via
+[its Github mirror][github].
After checking out the source, run: