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Middleware that plays the connection between the url and I18n.
This plugin provides two simple rake tasks to help keeping tranlations in sync with the default l...
Lightweight, ruby-way localization solution
This gem allows you to set locale using a subdomain and url helper support for switching sites.
Localized "country_select" helper with Rake task for downloading locales from Unicode.org's CLDR
Adds an abstract EachValidator superclass that you can use to create localizable validations.
Helps you to create forms with localized fields using Mongoid.
Cross platform utility for installing gems on a per project basis
Localized language select for Rails 2.3+ with options to control languages to display
extends the active_record:model generator with locale files in /config/locales. The Translations ...
Localized Rails scaffolding with style...
Localize urls by injecting :locale param into url_for
localize_multi_digit localizes digits from String, Fixnum, Float, Date, Time, ActiveSupport::Time...
Includes localization helpers for: routing, views and controllers.
Simple, self-contained background queue built on top of POSIX message queues.
Localmemcache is a library for C and ruby that aims to provide
an interface similar to memcached...
A Rails cache store implementation for localmemcache
Routes messages across a local network.
a rails engine for local development
Observational with :only and :except options
An API for using the Amazon Flexible Payment Service (FPS).
Add Object#with and Kernel.let to your repertoire to crack down on local variables.
local-openid allows users with shell accounts on servers to authenticate
with OpenID consumers by...
This gem helps you to serve proxy.pacs locallly
localport is a local application management system
Gives you tools to find out which ports on your system are free to use
A DNS server which returns 127.0.0.1 for any domain you provide
Just a local gem
A tool for using gem sources that are referenced locally
Add localstorageshim.js to your Rails application