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Postmaster takes the pain out of sending shipments via UPS, Fedex, and USPS. Save money before yo...
Logs emails delivered for easy reference
Tools for managing PostgreSQL
Write Haml in Markdown, Syntax Highlight with Pygments, and Pretty Print the output HTML, in Ruby.
Postmon API in your bash
A rubygem to access the Postmon API
Library for looking up swedish zip_codes using posten.se. Capable of finding all streets that hav...
Ruby gem for looking up and verifying Norwegian postal codes
Sort your todo list from the command line.
Implements an ActiveModel::EachValidator that can be added to your models in a single line, to va...
A mock SMTP/POP3 server to aid in the development of applications with mail functionality.
PostPolicy uses ACL system, which allow administrators to create rules based on mail source.
Beanstalkd backed asynchronous priority queue
Ruby 1.9 PostRank API Wrapper
URI normalization, c14n, escaping, and extraction
A simple messaging system built on top of Ruby, designed for system administration.
From http://postrocktu.es into Spotify links and playlists
This application will allow you to manage and analyze .FIT files as generated by Garmin GPS devic...
Builds and compresses packages from source on UNIX-like systems for the Post package manager.
Ruby library for analyzing pitch-class sets according to post-tonal theory
A simple gem for uploading files directly to s3 via a POST command
Postview is a simple blogware written in Ruby using the Sinatra DSL for render files written in M...
Simple geolocation gem that stores the database locally
Posty Command Line Tool
A library and a command line tool to use the post api.
Postycode builds strings of escaped Unicode symbols when you give it hexadecimal
code point ranges.
Software provisioning tool based on sprinkle
Potato is an IRC server that communicates with the deviantART Message Network and allows you to t...
Potatochop - because F$%k Photoshop, that's why.
Upload files in your Ruby applications, map them to a range of ORMs, store them on different back...