Pulls and stores the tweets a given @username is mentioned in.
A gem that grab the signature from Despatch Master which is in Vector Array format and ...
RSpec is fine and everything, but now that MiniTest ships with Ruby 1.9 (and comes with...
Ruby library for Ceph's Reliable Autonomic Distributed Object Store. Wraps the C++ libr...
A stack of light-weight responders tailored to JSON APIs
A ruby doctest library that allows you to write simple tests in your codes documentation.
Tool for building Objective-C code without the use of Xcode
A batch processor for LP destinations
Useful when a presenter deals with multiple objects that may enter into error states, a...
Role playing game with distinct classes, character development, and a dungeon map!
Simple gem for quick add destroy all method for all models. This gem add simple method ...
Some times instance variables can be bug producers when you exidently change data somew...
Destroy associations if specified attribute is blank
destroy database records in the background
Safe destroy for ActiveRecord.
Gem for collecting the deleted record for ActiveRecord to a new table named as (origina...
Deletes records(without instantiating the records first) based on a block(which returns...
Delayed destroy ActiveRecord model
Desviar provides URL redirection; some possible applications include: - Web signup proc...
Extract columnar data from tabulated fixed-width text
A mixin which separates method definitions by argument types, effectively allowing C++ ...
This is intended to be used as a mixin, usualy with some kind of library that parses ...
An ActiveRecord module giving you the power of multiple table inheritance while still r...
add css classes to your markup based on the end users browser and operating system.
The library detects incoming mail settings (imap,pop3) given an email address and passw...
A ruby gem built by BadrIT (http://www.badrit.com/) that allows you to view the source ...
Language Detection API Client
Gem to replace find_or_create_by functionality in Rails 2.3