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Great Ruby dubugging companion: pretty print Ruby objects to visualize their structure. Supports custom object formatting via plugins
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Hirb provides a mini view framework for console applications and uses it to improve ripl(irb)'s default inspect output. Given an object or array of objects, hirb renders a view based on the object's class and/or ancestry. Hirb offers reusable views in the form of helper classes. The two main helpers, Hirb::Helpers::Table and Hirb::Helpers::Tree, provide several options for generating ascii tables and trees. Using Hirb::Helpers::AutoTable, hirb has useful default views for at least ten popular database gems i.e. Rails' ActiveRecord::Base. Other than views, hirb offers a smart pager and a console menu. The smart pager only pages when the output exceeds the current screen size. The menu is used in conjunction with tables to offer two dimensional menus.
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TablePrint turns objects into nicely formatted columns for easy reading. Works great in rails console, works on pure ruby objects, autodetects columns, lets you traverse ActiveRecord associations. Simple, powerful.
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Handful of common Irb features, made easy.
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Access to the clipboard on Linux, MacOS, Windows, and Cygwin: Clipboard.copy, Clipboard.paste, Clipboard.clear
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irbtools-more adds bond and looksee to IRB (Gems that use core extensions). Simply put a require "irbtools/more" in the .irbrc file in your home directory to get started.
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Bond is on a mission to improve autocompletion in ruby, especially for irb/ripl. Aside from doing everything irb's can do and fixing its quirks, Bond can autocomplete argument(s) to methods, uniquely completing per module, per method and per argument. Bond brings ruby autocompletion closer to bash/zsh as it provides a configuration system and a DSL for creating custom completions and completion rules. With this configuration system, users can customize their autocompletions and share it with others. Bond can also load completions that ship with gems. Bond is able to offer more than irb's completion since it uses the full line of input when completing as opposed to irb's last-word approach.
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WIRB highlights inspected Ruby objects. It is based on the original Wirble. You can create new color schemas using yaml.
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MarcoPolo shows your app name and environment in your console prompt so you don't accidentally break production
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EveryDayIrb simplifies daily life in IRB with commands like: ls, cat, rq, rrq, ld, reset!, ...
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Creates aliases for class methods, instance methods, constants, delegated methods and more. Aliases can be easily searched or saved as YAML config files to load later. Custom alias types are easy to create with the DSL Alias provides. Although Alias was created with the irb user in mind, any Ruby console program can hook into Alias for creating configurable aliases.
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Sketches allows you to create and edit Ruby code from the comfort of your editor, while having it safely reloaded in IRB whenever changes to the code are saved.
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