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Asbestos is a declarative DSL for building firewall rules (iptables, at this point)
This gem adds two new methods to ActiveRecord (and ActiveRecord::Relation) that allows to sort SQ...
Ascii85 provides methods to encode/decode Adobe's binary-to-text encoding of the same name.
A command line tool to turn images into ASCII art
Let's surprise people who glanced at your HTML/CSS source.
Renders data series as an ASCII-style bar chart
Library to draw simple ASCII charts (x,y graph plots and histograms)
Convert text to ascii
Just browse the specs and check it out
A tool for decoding and modifying ASCII CDRs.
A gem to parse AsciiDoc documents into Ruby models and convert to HTML / PDF
asciidoc-bib generates in-text references and a reference list from an asciidoc
file, using a bib...
Merge different asciidoc files into 1 big file.
A fast, open source text processor and publishing toolchain, written in Ruby, for transforming As...
Mountable Rails engine for easy integration of your AsciiDoc generated HTML files.
Tool to strip non-ASCII characters from a string and replace them with something else
My (late) contribution to _why day. Defines a module and executable that will draw an ASCII art ...
A Ruby gem to convert images into ASCII for your awesome command-line applications
Create simple ascii art memes
uses asciimo.js to generate colored ascii art text in 300+ fonts. It can be used from the command...
AsciiPack is an object serialization inspired by MessagePack.
Simple gem built for teaching students how to use gems
A Ruby gem to asciify png images.
Generates and verifies ascii art captcha.
keeping track of time in a textfile. now web app, no mouse clicking. No GUI
is as easy a...
No longer supported - please use active_attr (https://github.com/cgriego/active_attr)
Instant CSV support for Rails
Use Rack::Directory to rackup the current directory on port 9292 for availability in a browser
Figure out how a number should be dialed from another country. A fork of a port of Google's libph...