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Command line tools for Arethusa
Generates a skeleton for an Arethusa plugin
Provides detailed profiling data for RSpec runs in a SQLite3 DB
Extends ActiveRecord functionality by adding better finder/query support, as well as supporting m...
This plug-in inserts a confirmation page before creation or updating action.
ar_finder_form provides a DSL to define form for options to find/paginate
Allow find_in_batches with custom order property
Creates test fixtures from data in the database.
This gem is a fork from kule-redgreen. Go and check it out, then needed at http://github.com/kule...
Arfy is just a snippet: some rake tasks and environment configuration to allow you use Rails migr...
It's just here to handle arguments provided to Application. Mainly optional via switches. Current...
A simple gem that show you the Dolar Blue and BTC price. The BTC price is from Bitstamp.
A library to fetch argentine holidays from the official source
Easy command-line argument building in Ruby
automatically resolves method argument values
Arginine parses command-line arguments and options, depending only on optparse
A slim command-line parser that does one thing well: turn an array of arguments into a hash of re...
A ruby script displays OSX notifications with current ballance. If the balance of picodollars fal...
Argos (http://www.argos-system.org/) webservice client and Argos legacy file (DS/DAT and DIAG/DIA...
ArgParser is a simple, yet powerful command-line argument parser, with
Argument parsing for ruby
Argser (from 'ARGuments parSER') is a library that aims to simplify the process of parsing argume...
A small library to generate HTML for wished arguments form hashes.
Parse/Filter/Validate ARGV from command line with DSL.
* Parse args from command line.
arg-that provides a simple method to create an argument matcher in equality comparisons.
Social argument collaboration ~ A Ruby implementation of Argumenta's core library.
Flexible argument processing in a readable, declarative style!
You don't have to wait until Ruby 2.0 to get (named|keyword) arguments support.
Arguments has bee...