Gembox is a little sinatra app that ties in with your local ruby gems to let you browse and learn more about them.
Please see the project home page for a full description:
sudo gem install gembox
On the command-line:
And it should launch gembox in your browser.
WITH PASSENGER:¶ ↑
To use Gembox with Passenger Pane there are a few simple steps you need to do:
$ git clone git://github.com/quirkey/gembox.git $ open ./gembox/
Then open up Passenger Pane and drag the open Gembox folder into the list on the left (You'll have to be authenticated). Now browse to gembox.local/ and you'll see gembox! I told you it was simple.
(The MIT License)
Copyright © 2009 Aaron Quint, Quirkey NYC, LLC
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