Badger

Because I grow weary of copy-n-pasting the badge URLs into the README of every project, and the img.shields.io API now supports all of the services I use

Usage

Install it

gem install badgerbadgerbadger

or add it to your Gemfile

gem 'badgerbadgerbadger'
bundle

Then

badger badge
[![Build Status](http://img.shields.io/travis/doge/wow.svg)](https://travis-ci.org/doge/wow)
[![Dependency Status](http://img.shields.io/gemnasium/doge/wow.svg)](https://gemnasium.com/doge/wow)
[![Coverage Status](http://img.shields.io/coveralls/doge/wow.svg)](https://coveralls.io/r/doge/wow)
[![Code Climate](http://img.shields.io/codeclimate/github/doge/wow.svg)](https://codeclimate.com/github/doge/wow)
[![Gem Version](http://img.shields.io/gem/v/suchgem.svg)](https://rubygems.org/gems/suchgem)
[![License](http://img.shields.io/:license-mit-blue.svg)](http://doge.mit-license.org)
[![Badges](http://img.shields.io/:badges-7/7-ff6799.svg)](https://github.com/badges/badgerbadgerbadger)

ready to paste into the top of your README (with the correct URLs for your repo)

You can read about Badger’s Opinions in the help text here

If you’re on a Mac, pipe the output into pbcopy to add the stuff directly to your clipboard:

badger badge | pbcopy

Help me make it better

git clone https://github.com/pikesley/badger
cd badger
bundle
rake

Adding a new license

If you’d like badgerbadgerbadger to support a license we don’t currently have, please see the note at the top of the licenses config file

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