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Round Trip generator for ontology engineering with GOSPL
A more memorable, fun, and useful variant of the tripcode.
Similar to rstakeout and autotest except more options
Tripwire captures validation errors from your Ruby on Rails application to help you identify and ...
Rails application generator
Represent ActiveRecord Markdown, Textile, Wiki text, RDoc columns as Markdown, Textile Wikitext, ...
calendar_date_select fork; includes highlighting
File attachments as attributes for ActiveRecord
This gem deals about the trisul remote protocol
ASCII Import/Export in Tritech Amazon format
An experimental concatenative programming language founded on the unholy trinity of Forth, Lisp a...
Triton is an implementation of the event/listener pattern like EventEmitter on Node.js
Triumph makes it easy to add achievements to your app, even dynamically at runtime.
Add simple quiz to your app and let users earn points
For those who are using PHP to build their sites and want a very simple framework
in which to...
Used to encode and decode cookies used in a single sign on implementation within the same domain
Used to encode and decode cookies used in a single
sign on implementation with...
Database based on GDBM and Marshal with complex queries, indexes, constraints relationships and c...
Turns the Trixter Dream Bike into a real training platform
Collection of named_scopes making ActiveRecord SQL easier
Control Trello from the command line with the power of Total Request Live
Trello comman line tool
Trocla helps you to generate random passwords and to store them in various formats (plain, MD5, b...
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El4r enables you to write Emacs programs in Ruby(EmacsRuby) as well as in EmacsLisp. It also enab...
Ruby roles solution that has an easy to extend API, configuration and nice Adapter interface to O...
Trolling is a art
Extendable Ruby on Rails engine for adding shopping cart functionality to a Rails application. It...
Trollop is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just
gets out of your way. One line of code ...