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A command line tool and a library for converting Log ASCII Standard (LAS) files to WITSML <log> o...
Laser is an advanced static analysis tool for Ruby.
Lash will bundle and compress most common static assets using Googles closure compiler for JavaSc...
A library to ease the dynamic generation of CSS spritesfrom a list of images or a css file. Supp...
A simple gem to read CWLS-LAS file format. File in this format will contain well log data in ASCI...
Identity herding with OAuth
Simple wrapper for the last.fm API. Will return raw API results in an HTTParty hash.
A ruby interface for Last.fm web services version 2.0
A Ruby client for LastFm that feels like Ruby.
lastfm12 is a wrapper around the Last.fm protocol version 1.2. This library can manipulate the la...
lastfm-cli lets users choose radio stations, play songs, skip songs, "love" them or &qu...
Last.fm API client
CLI tool to create m3u playlists of top artist tracks according to lastfm
Gem for finding paths between artists in Last.fm
A small script, inspired by the Unix tail utility, for viewing recently-scrobbled tracks on Last.fm.
A backuper, helper and data analyzer for Last.fm API 2.0
A small script to view top artists, albums and tracks of a Last.fm user.
Now you can scrobble Grooveshark music!
Explicitly allow GET requests for specific actions, verify authenticity token on GET
An extension for ActiveRecord models that adds a a very easy to use caching layer for models that...
Another ruby library for last.fm webservices
Last Resort is a Ruby gem for monitoring email sent by automated services (monit, logging package...
A plugin for Chef::Knife which displays node metadata about the last chef run.
This is a really simple countdown latch for Ruby.
Late is a gem that provides extremely fast C binding based time methods
Lean Redis-backed event scheduling library for Ruby
LaterDude is a small calendar helper plugin for Rails with i18n support.
Library for using the Instapaper API
Latest keeps us up to speed by querying rubygems.org for a gem's most recent version number. Yep,...