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I like MiniTest. I like VCR. I like not having to manage cassetes.
Yet another test colorizer.
Generate simple tokens for short url and other things
This is a simplistic web framework
A configurable converter for XML and JSON to HTML and JSON.
mini/test is a completely minimial drop-in replacement for ruby's test/unit. This is meant to be ...
supports: nil, string, integer, array, hash
the syntax is similar to to ruby
Serves a directory full of markdown files as a browsable wiki.
A static html framebuilder to host multiple documentation folders
A Ruby wrapper for the zip/unzip command line tools(for UNIX) and 7zip(for Windows)
minjector submits a directory tree to a central server for parsing
Set up MongoDB shard clusters and replica sets on localhost with ease.
Mininum and Maximum value validator for the two attributes. Checkout the github page
Capistrano is a utility and framework for executing commands in parallel on multiple remote machi...
a helper tool for constructing jekyll sites
Net::SSH: a pure-Ruby implementation of the SSH2 client protocol. It allows you to write programs...
Provides methods to read and write to Teambox for ruby apps
this is the minna gem
The simplest that authentication can get while still being useful
The simplest that LDAP authentication can get while still being useful
The simplest that OmniAuth authentication can get while still being useful
A Guilded (http://github.com/midas/guilded/tree/master) component that highlights form fields whe...
If all the ways I have been along were marked on a map and joined up with a
line, it migh...
This is a wrapper library for Minpaso API(http://minpaso.goga.co.jp/).
Instrument class methods
Clean, simple library for maintaining and styling documents without a word processor. Mint aims t...
Ruby API wrappers for MintChip
Multimodal systems realizing a combination of speech, gesture and graphical-driven interaction ar...
The Multimodal Interaction Framwork debugger enables model inspection at system runtime.
Make your ActiveRecord::Errors fancy