Using zeus without rails

At the last rubyshift the question came up if
zeus could be used without rails, and how to do
it. At the time I kind of expected it to be but wasn’t sure if there are any
complexities which I didn’t see at the moment because I never tried it. So
trying it out it actually works allmost as expected, the only thing needed is a
modification to the custom_plan.rb file which defines how the preloading
actually works. So just as a quick example I
setup a repository which
defines 2 tasks

$ zeus rake
$ zeus foo

This should get everybody started, as the tasks are pretty obvious and easily
modified for your needs.

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