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Reverse Dependencies for bahia

The projects listed here declare bahia as a runtime or development dependency

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Search your vim keybindings precisely by keystroke, mode, description or where they came from. Search vim options by name, alias and description.
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Boson is a modular command/task framework. Thanks to its rich set of plugins, it differentiates itself from rake and thor by being usable from irb and the commandline, having optional automated views generated by hirb and allowing libraries to be written as plain ruby. Works with ruby >= 1.9.2
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A Vagrant-like command line interface for creating, managing, and using EC2 instances for remote pairing like we do at Relevance.
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Provides Chef cookbooks for a production Rails environment. Also supports Chef-erizing a Rails app.
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Utility to easily export or import and Jenkins job configuration
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This project lets you tag anything from the commandline. The `tag` executable provides a consistent way to add, remove and modify tags for tagged items. The goal is to make tagging dead simple and usable by other commandline apps. In making tags a first class nix citizen, perhaps they will see th...
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urls is a commandline bookmarking app that aims to make bookmarking fast, easy and customizable. urls also lets you organize bookmarks by tags. Works only on ruby 1.9.
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