including .specification files (or other "dot" files) in RakePackage on Linux/Mac OS X

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Nathan Beyer, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. Nathan Beyer

    Nathan Beyer Guest

    I've found that my instantiation of the Rake Package task for
    packaging up a Rails app isn't including the '.specification' files in
    the '/vendor/gems/**/*' pattern. I've recreated this on Linux and Mac
    OS X.

    It seems the issue is that the files, which are copied from their
    origin to the target folder, are missing the files. I'm guessing this
    is because of the underlying copy commands, but haven't dug into it
    yet.

    Has anyone else run into this? Is there anyway to get Rake to pickup
    '.specification' or any other "dot" files?
     
    Nathan Beyer, Nov 15, 2009
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