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Linux fstab helper library
Include the FSTest module for testing file existence, and file contents.
A program for triggering a script on file system change (on OS X)
Script to watch files and directories for changes and execute a command. (OSX Only)
== FEATURES/PROBLEMS: * Order types supported: buy, short, sell and cover * Pulls real-time stoc...
gem to communicate with financesync
Low-level interface to Google's Fusion Tables + CLI tool
FreeType2 bindings for Ruby 1.8 and 1.9
ftail is a custom tail command for Fluentd File output plugin
Ruby bindings for libftdi
FTDIC is a wrapper for the libftdi library. Libftdi is a library for
communicating with FTDI chi...
Ftl is a command line tool for Fog/AWS
FTO is an extensible Ruby library for formatting text strings. In function it is similar to <tt>...
Various file-tools for Ruby, that I want to share with others
fuck tha police
ftpd is a pure Ruby FTP server library. It supports implicit and explicit TLS, passive and activ...
Many users have sites hosted on shared hosts, where SSH is not available. Therefore, you can not ...
FTP Deployment, one day
FTPExt adds two methods (put_dir and rmrf_dir) to Net::FTP to copy, sync, and delete whole folder...
Extension to Net::FTP providing FXP and SSL/TLS support
This Project aims to provide some convenience bindings for
the Ruby-FTP base module.
Thin and simple FTP proxy providing support for active/passive translation.
An FTP Service is like a web service except stupid. You send your request by uploading an xml fil...
Library for recursively downloading and uploading entire directories from FTP servers. Supports '...
Implements a subset of the methods in FileUtils for FTP URIs, falling back on FileUtils when a pa...
Feature managment tool
simple full text search engine
Fast Templating Toolkit to harmonize commonly used WordPress Template Tags.
For The Web. Trying to build a solid and sane API for client and server web stuff. Client and Ser...
Fu combines the logic–less portability of Mustache with the terse utility of Haml.