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Embedding the Mono runtime into your Ruby application.
A dynamic authorization engine sporting a nice DSL and web administration interface.
A history of view events.
Fancy console output tools
A silky, tactile browser-based ebook reader. Initial development by Joseph Pearson of Inventive L...
Add table-level database locking to ActiveRecord
A command line tool for generating beautiful HTML eBooks from Markdown documents
AWS Resource Viewer for Monogusa.
This gem installs 'monogusa' command that runs http server.
A lock-free logger compatible with Ruby 2.0. Ruby does not allow you to request a lock in a trap ...
Monologue is a basic blogging engine. It is a Rails mountable engine so it can be mounted in any ...
A small and simple efficient extension to Monologue that replace the default WYSIWYG editor with ...
Communicate directly with your monome with this handy Ruby library.
Monorail Web-development and deployment framework
A super simplistic but useful web framework with layout support
Give monosheet an array of objects, it gives you back a human-readable table that outputs nicely ...
Extension to monospace_text_formatter Gem. Treats HTML-like tags as zero-length and ensures they ...
Formats monospaced text into a line or visual box of defined 'width' and 'height' boundaries (exp...
Nothing complicated, nothing disturb.
GitHub Issues commandline client
Generates increasing numbers, stored on the filesystem.
Provides syscalls to the monotonically increasing system clock
Monotonic clock time in seconds
Ruby/SerialPort is a Ruby library that provides a class for using RS-232 serial ports.
Simple queue on top of MongoDB, conforming roughly to Resque's API
Monsoon is a MongoDB backup tool that allows you to take backups and store them in Amazon S3.
OMG! Things generator for Jekyll blogs! :D
Port/rework of the php script, with new monsters snatched from the WP plugin
A Ruby port of the MonsterID PHP script, using ChunkyPNG. http://www.splitbrain.org/projects/mons...
A Ruby port of the MonsterID PHP script, using ChunkyPNG (but not OilyPNG for JRuby compatability...
Provides a fun HTTP interface on top of Typhoeus!