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Goodies are useful classes and libraries for your everyday Ruby.
A very simple command-line utility to share links on your Twitter profile
Much longer explanation of the example!
simplied creation of DSL's
Rails engine to add polymorphic file attachments leveraging dragonfly and counting refe...
Extension to ActiveRecord for casting attributes as different types.
A set of classes for parsing CSS.
A gem for importing and exporting large quantities of data.
Queueing software load balancer.
A gem and Rails plugin for working with hierarchic data.
Plist is a library to manipulate Property List files, also known as plists. It can par...
Full-featured HTTP client library.
A gem for reading ESRI Shapefiles.
An improved Logger replacement that logs to syslog. It is almost drop-in with a few cav...
Generates a pronounceable (and thus easy to remember) password.
Madness? THIS.IS.UNICODE! (Plus some goodies for Japanese.)
A library for constructing and comparing poker hands. Also provides a deck of cards.
Object oriented authorization for Rails applications
Capistrano is a utility and framework for executing commands in parallel on multiple re...
A library for communicating with the Console.fm API.
Search, queue, and play iTunes tracks from the command line.
Dancing-links is an implementation of the "Dancing Links" algorthm to solve the "Exac...
Simple, complete Rails authentication scheme.
Simple admin function for Rails authentication.
Hello is a Ruby interface to a collection of the word 'hello' in many languages and dia...
A collection of useful rake tasks.
File attachments as attributes for ActiveRecord