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Quickly add customizable class delegate constants which output their names, not their values. Th...
Vectors with named dimensions.
Find matching names in text, taking account of names that overlap but are different (Waterloo and...
A custom name generator following the likes of
Easily generate game-compatible names
Nameit is a small zero-dependency library and tool that helps you generate a random name for a pr...
CouchRest provides a simple interface on top of CouchDB's RESTful HTTP API, as well as including ...
Curb (probably CUrl-RuBy or something) provides Ruby-language bindings for the libcurl(3), a full...
Simple commandline tool for generating dm models
Classes to help with characters for Exalted, the RPG by WW.
Nice and simple RSS and atom feed parsing built on hpricot
Simple and opinionated helper for creating Rubygem projects on GitHub
The todoist gem offers convinience methods and wrappers for the todoist list management service, ...
A fork of twitter_oauth library. With added yajl (and that's it)
A simple library to wrap around some common wiki operations Currently only PMWiki is supported, b...
Wiki Segmented Name Logic
Copyright (c) 2009 The Rubyi...
Parses particular kinds of strings. For now, it only handles parsing people names.
Project template manager
Name search uses common nick names and first name/last name ordering to perform its searches.
Namesia is a free webservice which helps you to find the gender for a given first name.
Naming things is hard. Namesies make's it a little easier.
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
namespace_editor replaces existing namespaces with a new namespace in each source file found at t...
NamespaceHelper is a Ruby library providing a module with methods to ease
namespace handling. For...
Get lexical context of self as array of modules