Bad news. The server hosting The Ruby Toolbox went bust on the evening of June 7th. While I do have backups, the original source code is in a very outdated state so I currently don't feel it makes sense to try and get it running again.

For the time being, here is a very stripped down version of the Ruby Toolbox's contents.

Update June 13th: I'd like to invite you to join the discussion on the future of the Toolbox on github. You can also get in touch directly on Twitter.

Christoph
 Score 5.41

Cucumber

Behaviour Driven Development with elegance and joy

 Rubygem cucumber
 Score 0.94

Turnip

Provides the ability to define steps and run Gherkin files from with RSpec

 Rubygem turnip
 Github jnicklas/turnip
 Score 0.62

Steak

Steak is a minimal extension of RSpec-Rails that adds several conveniences to do acceptance testing of Rails applications using Capybara. It's an alternative to Cucumber in plain Ruby.

 Rubygem steak
 Github cavalle/steak
 Score 0.56

Spinach

Spinach is a BDD framework on top of gherkin

 Rubygem spinach
 Score 0.13

Coulda

Behaviour Driven Development derived from Cucumber but as an internal DSL with methods for reuse

 Rubygem coulda
 Github elight/coulda
 Score 0.09

Stella

Define realistic testplans and run them against your webapps

 Rubygem stella
 Score 0.04

Unencumbered

You got Cucumber in my RSpec!

 Score 0.03

bewildr

Test WPF UI apps with IronRuby

 Rubygem bewildr
 Score 0.03

Stories

Write Stories and User Acceptance Tests using Contest, the tiny add on to Test::Unit that provides nested contexts and declarative tests.

 Rubygem stories
 Score 0.02

Filet

Extension for Test::Unit to have a Steak-like DSL for acceptance testing

 Rubygem filet
 Github xing/filet
 Score 0.02

saki

Cucumber scenarios are long and confusing sometimes. Release yourself from the tyranny of client-centered specing!

 Rubygem saki
 Github ludicast/saki

Test code samples embedded in files like readmes