by Dickson S. Guedes
I’m proud to tell you that a new version of pgxn_utils was released!
In this version some errors with OpenSSL was fixed (thanks @theory to report then), and now you can release an extension to PGXN in five steps even using Ruby 1.8!
Another change was the executable’s name that changed from
pgxn-utils for a close integration with next version of PGXN Client, but some work need to be done, yet.
pgxn-utils to release itself to PGXN!
$ pgxn-utils release pgxn_utils-0.1.3.zip
Enter your PGXN username: guedes
Enter your PGXN password: ***********************
Trying to release pgxn_utils-0.1.3.zip ... released successfully!
Cool, eh? So, since the PGXN’s mirrors were synced and you have
pgxn client, you could install
pgxn install pgxn_utils
If you don’t have
pgxn client you can install it using rubygems
gem install pgxn_utils