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Reverse Dependencies for mocha-on-bacon

The projects listed here declare mocha-on-bacon as a runtime or development dependency

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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 help...
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RubyMotion wrappers and helpers (Ruby for iOS and OS X) - Making Cocoa APIs more Ruby like, one API at a time. Fork away and send your pull request.
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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 bas...
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Serializable data types for eventually consistent systems.
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xcres searches your Xcode project for resourcesand generates an index as struct constants.
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Ruby FFI bindings for the OSX Cocoa API
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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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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 Rub...
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A collection of boson plugins that can be mixed and matched
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There's a lot of open issues
CLIntegracon allows you to build Integration specs for your CLI,independent if they are based on Ruby or another technology.It is especially useful if your command modifies the file system.It provides an integration for Bacon.
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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 help...
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Allows you to fire specific command on file-system change.
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OAuth2 client library for RubyMotion apps, you need APIs right?
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This bond plugin generates completions for gems that have been documented with yard.
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bosonson is a command/task framework with the power to turn any ruby method into a full-fledged executable with options. Some unique features that differentiate it from rake and thor include being usable from irb and the commandline, optional automated views generated by hirb and allowing librar...
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Send commands through SSH, but using a tty/pty and STDIN. That's right: Interactive SSH sessions. **Note:** Programs that redraw the screen (e.g. vim) don't work that well. Apt-get and other programs that request input in a simple manner should work well enough.
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