A dirt simple mechanism to tell if files have changed
A simple event mixin, reluctantly extracted to a gem.
watches files ending with specific extensions in directories and executes a command/script
watch command for multiple files.
Watchdog ensures your extensions and monkey patches don't redefine existing methods as ...
Watcher provides advanced integrated exception handling and logging functionality to yo...
Want to know when the page at a given URL changes? The Watcher in the Water will tell y...
This gem uses Redis to provide a mutex lock and to ensure certain processes do not over...
Applies intermediary tools to modified files
watch_list is a tool to manage Uptime Robot. It defines Uptime Robot monitors using Rub...
Extract test setup and factory instantiation into reusable objects
works for our web-view on the CAD produced by enroute. your mileage may vary.
Simple API for tracking time within a ruby project
watchr provides flexible continuous testing. watch-me-now is a simple script to try an...
Easily monitor methods added within classes and modules.
Reads a simple JSON watchlist, loads auction information and phone specifications fro...
Scan a set of pathnames for file changes according to check sums.
Lightweight watchpoint implementation
Modern continious testing (flexible alternative to autotest).
Rails CRM Engine
WatchTower helps you track how much time you spend on all of your projects.
I was sick of all the complex abstractions that were being put into other authenticatio...
The diff washing machine. See your code changes clearly.
Asynchronous webhook queueing with skinny daemon support.
Waterfall Speed Test (wst) is a utility application for testing your website speed and ...
To be used for sharing standard assets between the multiple modules of a platform
The Waterfall standard UI.
Watermark processor for Paperclip gem
Because waterpig is what the scientific name for a capybara translates to, that's why.
Wrapper around Bunny to better handle connection issues