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vim4rally : Rally ALM Integration for Vim

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David Thomas
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Rally ALM Integration for Vim

Rally is an award winning Agile Lifecycle Management (ALM) tool that helps organizations predictably deliver valuable, quality software.  Deliver the features users love.  Faster.

As a vim user, you know what productivity _really_ means.  This plugin lets you collaborate with your agile team using Rally and keep your fingers on the keyboard.
This plugin provides the ability to search and display stories, tasks, and defects.  It also supports updating task estimate and todo.  Lastly, you can also show iteration burndown and cumulative flow charts for the current active iteration.

Written mostly in ruby, the latest version uses vim7.4, ruby2.0, and is compatible with vundle plugin manager.   Note:  Earlier versions of this plugin have supported and required vim7.2 patch 374 or greater (that patch has a req'd ruby interface fix) and ruby 1.8.6 or greater.   With all the dependency goodness lately, YMMV.  

Before installing, read the Requirements and Installation notes https://github.com/davidpthomas/vim4rally/blob/master/doc/rally.txt

Get the latest plugin and see screenshots in github https://github.com/davidpthomas/vim4rally

Overview video (5min): http://screencast.com/t/9a27gnOOA

Happy vimming!
install details
See doc/rally.txt for requirements and installation details.

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GET_LATEST_FROM_GITHUB.txt 1.1 2013-11-27 7.0 David Thomas Get latest release from https://github.com/davidpthomas/vim4rally
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