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This module is an experiment to bring namespaces to ruby.
Each imported file is loaded in it's ow...
Add Namespace functionality
Wrapper around HTMLDOC, a PDF generation utility, namespaced to HTMLDocPDF:: to avoid collisions ...
Returns a namespaced version of redis
NamespaceHelper is a Ruby library providing a module with methods to ease
namespace handling. For...
Get lexical context of self as array of modules
The gem searches for scientific names in texts using socket servers running TaxonFinder (by Patri...
nametrainer is a name learning trainer using the Qt GUI toolkit. It will assist you in learning p...
Simple name generator, which can generate male/female names based on US Census Data
naming provides name and value container with useful functions
Munging English names
Fork of the latest authlogic code (should be working with rails3).
Backup is a Ruby Gem written for Unix and Ruby on Rails (2 and 3) environments. It can be used bo...
A fork of the carmen gem by Jim Benton. This fork allows you to
switch between different loc...
Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden
Ruby wrapper for Facebook Graph API
Manage delta indexes via Delayed Job for Thinking Sphinx (including fix for bundler)
Sinatra's little daughter
Generate a static site to document your ruby project from your README and other markdown-formatte...
self assembling fabric of ruby daemons
Nanny helps you find valid Torrent links from CLI
Ruby's Atomic Library
NanoAuth is a super stripped down Rails authentication module. It's comprised (so far) of one fil...
Lazy extend ruby classes and modules
nanoc is a simple but very flexible static site generator written in Ruby. It operates on local f...
a tool that runs on your local computer and compiles Markdown, Textile, Haml, ... documents into ...
a web publishing system written in Ruby for building small to medium-sized websites.
BibTeX data source for nanoc.
Your website should use far-future expires headers on static assets, to make
the best use of clie...