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Tokyo Tyrant rails session store
Tokyo Tyrant is a package of network interface to the DBM called Tokyo Cabinet. Though the DBM h...
Collection of convenient methods written on the top of rufus/tokyo to access Tokyo Cabinet
A collection of tools used at Take Off Labs for Rails development
This is a bullshit solution to a simple problem of converting proc to lambda, since a good soluti...
Adds language translation methods to strings and arrays, backed by the Google Translate API
Adds #to_latex to integers and strings. Works like html_safe in Rails, it escapes special charact...
Provides a Tolerance object and a Tolerances collection to facilitate specifying and analyzing va...
A JSON formatter written in pure Ruby that works "good enough" and has no gem dependencies. 60% o...
Tolk is a web interface for doing i18n translations packaged as an engine for Rails applications.
API Wrapper for Google Directions
Adds methods for converting enumerables to lookup hashes
Tom uses Goliath to dispatch HTTP requests to multiple other APIs (via Adapters) in parallel. In...
Tomahawk parses and generates Apache 2 configuration files.
Starts a Pomodoro timer and notifies via notify-send.
A concentrated version of the Pomodoro technique written in Ruby just for you (and me) to use on ...
RottenTomatoes API wrapper
This gem tells you about me
Capistrano tasks which allow you to quickly and easily deploy Java WAR files located in remote re...
Library for interacting with the tomcat manager web application.
TomDoc is flexible code documentation with human readers in
mind. The tomdoc gem is a Ruby li...
JIRA Soap Interface Gem
An updated implementation of SOAP 1.1 for Ruby 1.8 and 1.9.
Lightweight password manager with a humane command-line interface. Manage your passwords with a s...
Extract TomDoc from a source file
Provides a ruby interface to flickr via the REST api
The yahoo-weather rubygem provides a Ruby object-oriented interface to the Yahoo! Weather service...
Parse your TOML, seriously.