droonga-client-ruby 0.2.2 has been released!


Today, we’ve shipped a new version 0.2.2 of droonga-client-ruby! It provides client library for Ruby and command line tools.

Most important topic of this version is: now the droonga-groonga command supports multiple commands given via the standard input, like Groonga’s groonga command. For example, you can apply your schema definition to a Droonga cluster like as:

$ cat /path/to/schema.grn | droonga-groonga --host node0 --port 10031

You already been able to get similar result by a combination of grn2drn and the droonga-request command, but now you can do it by only one simple command droonga-groonga easily. Let’s try Droonga via the command, if you are familiar to Groonga!

Moreover, droonga-add, droonga-system-status and droonga-groonga now support a new command line option --dry-run. You’ll do it to forecast what’s happen on the cluster by thoese commands.

Droonga project welcomes you to join us as a user and/or a developer! See community to contact us!