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Provides enhancements to ActiveRecord to handle spatial
datatypes in PostgreSQL and MySQL.
Simple implementation of a Spatial Hash.
Super cool PDF templates using iText's PdfStamper. == CAVEAT: Anything super cool must have a c...
Spatula is a command line helper app for use with Chef. It currently lets you
search and inst...
Spawn is a very small library (just 14 lines of code) that can effectively replace fixtures or an...
This plugin provides a 'Spawn' class to easily fork OR
thread long-running sections of code so th...
Small library for spawning and managing child processes
Spawn multiple child processes from Ruby and re-spawn those processes if they die. Spawner works...
user based webserver non-root-runner and configurator
Yield, Thread, or Fork a background job
This plugin provides a 'Spawnling' class to easily fork OR
thread long-running sections of code s...
Rails3 assets for Spawn POC
spawnr gem--easy spawning for window (i.e. backgrounding them so they don't take up your console)
Spawns processes using fork call, monitors them and other neat things.
Easily retrieve information about São Paulo bus routes
Very simple pcap file handler that is not require native extension
This gem wraps an API for the Summer Project.
A library of signal processing methods and classes for resampling, frequency domain transform (FF...
Generate data organized by viewcount for a database or webpages about presentations posted on Spe...
SPDY is an experiment with protocols for the web
Text 2 speech using Google Translate service.
Generator for sinatra apps pre-wired for coffeescript, scss, and slim templates.
Flexible text to speech using Google Translator
Gem using HTTParty on the Speaker Rate API
A gem to automate transcription of audio and video media using the SpeakerText.com service.
Lightweight Ruby on Rails gem to handle slugs for Active Record objects.
Provides the possibility to have arbitrary URL for resources.
SpeakSlow modifies audio files adding pauses and/or altering speed to suit for language study
Shoulda(or plain Test::Unit) speaks to you more friendly in terminal