hoe-manns is a small collection of my personal used rake tasks for using with hoe. Actually it includes that tasks:

  • bundler:gemfile_lock
  • bundle_audit:*
  • clean_pkg
  • copy_master
  • remove_pre_gemspec
  • run_before_release
  • run_after_release

The History.rdoc contains a detailed description of what has changed.

hoe-manns is released under the GPL-3.0-or-later License, see the file 'LICENSE.md' for more information.

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codebase https://dev.azure.com/saigkill/hoe-manns
rdoc http://www.rubydoc.info/gems/hoe-manns
docs http://dev.azure.com/saigkill/hoe-manns/_wiki
bugs & feature requests http://dev.azure.com/saigkill/hoe-manns/_workitems
mailing list https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/saigkills-hoe-plugins
openhub statistics https://www.openhub.net/p/hoe-manns
authors blog http://saschamanns.de/
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  • Updates the Gemfile.lock
  • Removes the old *.gemspec created in test cases
  • copies your manuals to your docpath.
  • runs the rake tasks before release: git:manifest, bundler:gemfile, update_gemfile_lock, remove_pre_gemspec, bundler_audit:run and copy_mirror.
  • runs after release: send_email.
  • Cleans up the pkg dir
  • provides bundler_audit tasks


  • rake
  • hoe
  • bundler-audit


The installation is very easy.

gem install hoe-manns


Use in your Rakefile:

Hoe.plugin :manns

Hoe.spec 'your project' do

Also add hoe-manns to your requirements and recreate your Gemfile.


After checking out the source, run:

$ rake newb

This task will install any missing dependencies, run the tests/specs, and generate the RDoc. Also you can read the MAINTENANCE.md and CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.



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