Colored output for Bacon test framework! http://i.imgur.com/EpTpw.png
RSpec's expect syntax in MacBacon
Matches for Bacon related to the file system. "~/.bashrc".should.be file
Custom matchers for Bacon when dealing with the file system. \ Includes matchers: a_fi...
A variant to pig latin where we add meat to every morph
The original Otherinbox Defender is no more. Sadly, the newest version is subpar and do...
Also, a serious runner for the Lack of Creativity Ruby Libraries Award, together wi...
Provides helpers for your Bacon specs using rack-test: :renders, :redirects_to, :re...
This extends the bacon testing framework with the ability to use rr.
GEM to annotate bacterial genome sequence based on a reference genome and complete the ...
Bacuview is a web application that provides a view into the current state of a Bacula b...
Bacuwatch is an application normally run from a cron job to email out reports on the st...
this project has been moved to the searchbing gem, a working copy can be found at http:...
Some bad ass extensions I use all the time
Wrapper command for adb that lets you alias devices and prompts you for which device yo...
Fast and easy access to all resources the Billomat API provides (not all resources are ...
Avoid bad keywords from being indexed by google and other robots.
Simple framework for creating Jabber/MUC bots, inspired by Sinatra and Twibot
a virtual machine for hackers.
'Unsupported browser' warning to IE users with Chrome Frame install link, for Rails (>=...
Includes cards, decks (of multiple sizes), hands, and drawing (of multiple cards).
A DataMapper adapter for Google Base
A jabber notifier for integrity
MacRuby command line utility to create Safari webarchives
A gem to save you from the boring, repetitive task of creating integrated city/state mo...
Minimalistic template engine for Ruby.
Small gem that tries to make the task of finding bad ruby encodings in your project a l...
Interface with the Rotten Tomatoes API
Badgeable provides an elegant DSL for describing and awarding badges to your Ruby objects.