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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...
Use Latte and DNS::Zonefile to serve text based zonefiles via DNS. This is a toy project, I don't...
dsl to define processor for directories/files structure
This console utility lets you rename subdirectories within a specified directory, so that subdire...
Ruby to Lolcode translator, kthnxbai.
Multidirectional directory synchronisation for any number of directories
A gem saving some frequent used paths and keeping them at hand, both in a very ease and comportab...
dir-to-xml saves a directory listing in a Dynarex XML format
DirTravel provides content of filesystem directories by recursively travelling the directory hier...
Easily run dirty cucumber features and rspec specs in your current project
Track changes even after saving an ActiveRecord model
Provides a concern for monitoring changes to has_many and has_many_and_belongs_to associations us...
A simple module for automation of object dirtiness tracking.
Dirtyflash is a Rails plugin that allows you to easily add complex behavior, such as links and i1...
Dirty tracking within hashes (with or without indifferent access) or objects as it is expected to...
Dirty History is a simple gem that allows you to keep track of changes to specific fields in your...
Like Memoize, but designed for mutable and parametizable objects
1. You have one expe...
By 'default', Rails has a difficult time figuring out when it is supposed to
show relative URLs i...
This is a fork of the ruby-lvm gem found at git://rubyforge.org/ruby-lvm.git.
The primary differe...
A list of attributes for LVM objects
This gem provides a convenient syntax for checking whether the contents of a directory structure ...
Listens to filesystem event notifications until a specified directory is created and then exits.
Dir::walk, like python os.walk