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Context is a contextual UI framework. It is based on the
Model View Presentor model. ...
Allows to add a context to a named_scope that will be passed through the whole scope chain
Exposes a ViewContext object to the View with all the data needed by the view
ContextHelp is a gem that allows you to show inline or aside help about every input item found in...
Contextify can load Ruby Objects containing methods and procs from Ruby files without having to u...
Provides Ruby interface to Context.IO
Ruby wrapper for the context.io API.
The goal is to equip Ruby with an API to allow context-oriented programming.
ConTeXt setup library is a helper library to use the cont-??.xml files for ConTeXt.
Runtime contextual autoescaper
Provides an easy way to create and raise custom exceptions with the contextual information of pr...
Contextual global variables
Add and remove behaviors defined in modules depending on context an object operates in
Contextually is a gem for running Rails controller tests under different user contexts in a conve...
role-based contexts for active record models
Context based validations for ActiveRecord models
Mapping from Continents to Countries and viceversa.
A framework agnostic controller exception catcher and custom error page router.
Contingency integration for Rails.
continuable lets you define exceptions that can be resumed
Class for working with continued fractions.
Continuous integration tool which regroups in one place tests, quality and analysis tools in a Ma...
A Ruby gem that interfaces with OpenTSDB.
Basic Rails Framework files and assets for layout and authentication
Provides a minimalist layout theme for Contour
Allow rails objects to agree to versioned contracts
Contracted is a tool aimed at testing JSON API's.
Using RDoc documentation as your contract definition, you get solid code, and good docs. Win-win!
Contractor makes server configuration on the Cloud child's play.
This library provides contracts for Ruby. Contracts let you clearly express how your code behaves...