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koremutake 0.1.0

For us humans, it's always easier to remember a pronounceable string, even if it is meaningless, than to remember a long number. Koremutake is a system you can use to translate any number (of course, particularly suited at long numbers) to a sequence of syllables. Typical uses of Koremutake strings are auto-generated user passwords or URLs. This module is based in Leon Brocard's String::Koremutake Perl module, available at http://search.cpan.org/dist/String-Koremutake/lib/String/Koremutake.pm which is, in turn, based upon Shorl (http://shorl.com/koremutake.php). Koremutake is a «way to express any large number as a sequence of syllables», and the general idea is based in Sean B. Palmer's «Memorable Random String» term, http://infomesh.net/2001/07/MeRS/

Versions:

  1. 0.1.0 - May 21, 2008 (9 KB)

Authors:

  • Gunnar Wolf

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Total downloads 1,917

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Required Ruby Version: None

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Gemfile:
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install:
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