color version 1.4.2 has been released!

* home: <http://color.rubyforge.org>
* code: <https://github.com/halostatue/color>
* bugs: <https://github.com/halostatue/color/issues>
* rdoc: <http://rubydoc.info/github/halostatue/color>
* code climate: <{img src="https://codeclimate.com/github/halostatue/color.png" /}[https://codeclimate.com/github/halostatue/color]>
* continuous integration: <{img src="https://travis-ci.org/halostatue/color.png" /}[https://travis-ci.org/halostatue/color]>

Color is a Ruby library to provide basic RGB, CMYK, HSL, and other colourspace
manipulation support to applications that require it. It also provides 152
named RGB colours (184 with spelling variations) that are commonly supported in
HTML, SVG, and X11 applications. A technique for generating monochromatic
contrasting palettes is also included.

The capabilities of the Color library are limited to pure mathematical
manipulation of the colours based on colour theory without reference to colour
profiles (such as sRGB or Adobe RGB). For most purposes, when working with the
RGB and HSL colours, this won't matter. However, some colour models (like CIE
L*a*b*) are not supported because Color does not yet support colour profiles,
giving no meaningful way to convert colours in absolute colour spaces (like
L*a*b*, XYZ) to non-absolute colour spaces (like RGB).

Color version 1.4.2 updates the release and install as a RubyGem to remove an
unnecessary dependency, adds code climate analysis, and Travis CI support.

Changes:

## 1.4.2 / 2013-06-30

Maintenance:
* Modernized Hoe installation of Color, removing some dependencies.
* Switched to Minitest.
* Turned on Travis CI.
* Started using Code Climate.
* Small code formatting cleanup that touched pretty much every file.