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This gem has been renamed to diffy. `gem install diffy`
Dirby provides enhancements to IRB to make it work more like Interactive Python. Out of the box i...
command line utilities to manage catalogs of directory
damn simple catalog based on tagg...
Ruby library to recursively checksum a directory (and later diff working directory against the ch...
A gem that extends the Dir class with a list method
description of gem
Library for working with files and directories in DSL-way
Direct Address provides a rails app with simple address features. This is a streamlined implement...
Bindings for the Directed Edge webservices API
Ruby Wrapper for the Direct Employers API
Forward messages to collaborators in East-oriented style.
A gem to easily request directions from
A rails helper to create an S3 upload form
Searches for a person over ETV SOAP service and returns an array of phone and fax numbers and ema...
Scrapes Puerto Rico's Agency Directory
An abstraction layer to help deal with directory in applications.
dsl for building a diretory
A Sinatra extension for generating easy, CSS-styled, Apache-like directory listings.
DirectoryTemplate is a library which lets you generate directory structures and files
from a temp...
Provides a few simple methods to make traversing directories a bit easier and more powerful
The directory watcher operates by scanning a directory at some interval and
generating a list of ...
directree is convenient DSL for creating directory tree and text files with content
In order to use SSH or SCP without the need to enter password every time, this gem will create pu...
A simple way to direct upload big files to Amazon S3 storage from Ruby applications and process i...
`DirFriend` is a tool for generating a DOT file which represent file directories.
Relative require, relative autoload and __DIR__
An Urban Airship v3 API wrapper written in Ruby
Makes your file system act as a database
dirmangle is a tool for copying, moving, or creating symlinks to sets of files using regular expr...