On 4/28/06, Ruby Quiz <james / grayproductions.net> wrote:
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> by Sean Carley
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> The goal of cat2rafb is to implement a command line utility that will allow you
> to submit arbitrary text to http://rafb.net/paste/ and get the URL for the text
> back.  Bonus points for pushing the URL through http://rubyurl.com/ to make it
> more manageable.
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> cat2rafb could work like cat, taking files as input or text until ^D after
> entering the command.
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I decided I didn't like rafb's Ruby highlighting, so I set up an
alternate server that uses the "syntax" gem to handle it.  It uses the
simply_restful plugin to expose a REST API for creating pastes.

Here's a quiz submission that posts to rpaste, instead of rafb.net:
http://rpaste.com/paste/7

Feature requests and better CSS submissions welcome. :)

--Wilson.