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Reverse Dependencies for lookout

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

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Ame Ame provides a simple command-line interface API for Ruby¹. It can be used to provide both simple interfaces like that of ‹rm›² and complex ones like that of ‹git›³. It uses Ruby’s own classes, methods, and argument lists to provide an interfac...
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# COM # COM is an object-oriented wrapper around WIN32OLE. COM makes it easy to add behavior to WIN32OLE objects, making them easier to work with from Ruby. ## Usage ## Using COM is rather straightforward. There’s basically four concepts to keep track of: 1. COM objects 2. Instantiable...
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Inventory Inventory keeps track of the contents of your Ruby¹ projects. Such an inventory can be used to load the project, create gem specifications and gems, run unit tests, compile extensions, and verify that the project’s content is what you think i...
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Inventory-Rake Inventory-Rake provides Rake¹ tasks for your Inventory². This includes tasks for cleaning up our project, compiling extensions, installing dependencies, installing and uninstalling the project itself, and creating and pushing distribution f...
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Inventory-Rake-Tasks-YARD Inventory-Rake-Tasks-YARD provides Rake¹ tasks for YARD² using your Inventory³. ¹ See http://rake.rubyforge.org/ ² See http://yardoc.org/ ³ See http://disu.se/software/inventory/ § Installation Install Inventory-Rake-Tasks-YA...
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Lookout-Rack Lookout-Rack provides easy interaction with Rack┬╣ from Lookout┬▓. It provides you with a session connected to your Rack application through which you can make requests, check responses, follow redirects and set, inspect, and clear cookies. ...
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Lookout-Rake Lookout-Rake provides Rake¹ tasks for testing using Lookout. ¹ See http://rake.rubyforge.org/ § Installation Install Lookout-Rake with % gem install lookout-rake § Usage Include the following code in your ‹Rakefile›: ...
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# RbTags # RbTags is a replacement for ctags (and rtags) for Ruby.
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U U extends Ruby’s Unicode support. It provides a string class called U::String with an interface that mimics that of the String class in Ruby 2.0, but that can also be used from both Ruby 1.8. This interface also has more complete Unicode support...
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Value Value is a library for defining immutable value objects in Ruby. A value object is an object whose equality to other objects is determined by its value, not its identity, think dates and amounts of money. A value object should also be immutabl...
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Value-YARD Value-YARD provides YARD handlers for Value¹ objects. ¹ Check out the Value library at http://disu.se/software/value
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YARD-Heuristics YARD-Heuristics heuristically determines types of parameters and return values for YARD documentation that doesnΓÇÖt explicitly document it. This allows you to write documentation that isnΓÇÖt adorned with ΓÇ£obviousΓÇ¥ types, but still ...
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YARD-Value YARD-Value provides YARD¹ handlers for Value² objects. It’ll document whether the Value is Comparable and what attributes are used in such comparisons, its #initialize method, and its protected accessors. ¹ See http://yardoc.org/ ² See http://...
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