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rake [-f rakefile] {options} targets...


Options include:


--classic-namespace (-C)

    Put Task and FileTask in the top-level namespace.

--dry-run (-n)

    Do a dry run without executing actions.

--help (-H)

    Display this help message.

--libdir= libdir (-I )

    Include libdir in the search path for required modules.

--nosearch (-N)

    Do not search parent directories for the Rakefile.

--prereqs (-P)

    Display the tasks and dependencies, then exit.

--quiet (-q)

    Do not log messages to standard output.

--rakefile (-f)

    Use FILE as the Rakefile.

--rakelibdir= rakelibdir (-R )

    Auto-import any .rake files in rakelibdir (default is rakelib).

--require= module (-r )

    Require module before executing the Rakefile.

--silent (-s)

    Like --quiet, but also suppresses the "in directory" announcement.

--tasks (-T)

    Display the tasks (matching optional PATTERN) with descriptions, then exit.

--trace (-t)

    Turn on invoke/execute tracing. Enable full backtrace.

--usage (-h)

    Display usage.

--verbose (-v)

    Log message to standard output (default).

--version (-V)

    Display the program version.

 










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