Please use our GitHub Issues page for all new support inquiries. If you need to contact us directly, please e-mail [email protected]

Where can I find this file? The tutorial says it's in the samples directory, but there is no such directory in OpenShapa package.

asked 28 Jan '12, 02:49

Ken%20Y's gravatar image

Ken Y
accept rate: 0%

Hi Ken Y,

You can find the API on the OpenSHAPA wiki here: API and Script Repository

The Class/Function definition guide can be found here: Class/Definition Guide

And a tutorial can be found here: Ruby scripting tutorial

I'll always keep this updated to the latest version. Over the coming days, I'll also be posting a large script library there with descriptions of what each script does, so please check back!

As a note, all code added to the API should be at the very bottom of the API between the




Have a good day! Feel free to post any questions/comments you have back on the support forums and I'll get back to them ASAP.

-Jesse Lingeman, OpenSHAPA Ruby API developer

permanent link

answered 02 Feb '12, 05:25

Jesse's gravatar image

Jesse ♦
accept rate: 53%

edited 02 Feb '12, 08:37

Note: in the future you won't have to look at this large ugly file, the script will simply make calls to it. However, because the API has evolved so much since the version that was released with the version of OpenSHAPA that is out there, it is best to do it this way.

(02 Feb '12, 05:34) Jesse ♦ Jesse's gravatar image

Thanks Jesse. Hope to be able to get familiarized myself with Ruby fast.

  • ken
permanent link

answered 08 Feb '12, 06:13

Ken%20Y's gravatar image

Ken Y
accept rate: 0%

Your answer
toggle preview

Follow this question

By Email:

Once you sign in you will be able to subscribe for any updates here



Answers and Comments

Markdown Basics

  • *italic* or _italic_
  • **bold** or __bold__
  • link:[text]( "title")
  • image?![alt text](/path/img.jpg "title")
  • numbered list: 1. Foo 2. Bar
  • to add a line break simply add two spaces to where you would like the new line to be.
  • basic HTML tags are also supported

Question tags:


question asked: 28 Jan '12, 02:49

question was seen: 4,832 times

last updated: 08 Feb '12, 06:13

powered by OSQA