ActiveResourcePatches contains a set of patches that haven't made it into Rails (yet).
This is Daemons 1.0.10 with the addition of Chris Kline's fix from http://blog.rapleaf....
Capistrano recipes for setting up and deploying to a Ubuntu Machine
An object-oriented Ruby wrapper for the YouTube GData API
Xcode is inconsistent about the placement of braces for code that it inserts for us. So...
Provides the fix command to run specs.
Ensures consistent output of db/schema.rb despite local differences in the database
Parses fixed length files into arrays
Mapping fixed layout record to ruby's Struct or Array object.
Integers are converted to strings using a complex mapping and a base 36 alphabet. Stri...
Fixed Models act like ActiveRecord models, but they are immutable and read from data fi...
Workarounds for RubyMotion
A simple fixed navigation style extension for Compass.
Binary Fixed Point calculations with Ruby. fixedpnt allows simulating binary fixed poi...
Fixed Point numerical type for simulating fixed point calculations
Store numeric amounts with a known number of decial points, such as currency, as a whol...
Fixed point class
Vagrant is a tool for building and distributing virtualized development environments.
Fixedwidth data parsing.
A gem that provides a DSL for parsing and writing files of fixed-width records. Shamel...
Specify attribute, width, alignment, and padding for each column and call #format and y...
The FixedWidthFields library is designed to allow files containing fixed-width fields t...
A gem that provides a DSL for parsing and writing files of fixed-width records. Multib...
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Simplify usage of fixed width text based data structures as one generally finds used in...
The FIX engine library allows one to easily connect to a FIX acceptor and establish a...
Current and historical foreign exchange rate feeds
Client for the fixer application.
Fix extension gem to provide the expect syntax.
Keeps an index of checksums and lets you update and verify them