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Reverse Dependencies for rmagick

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

6.83
A long-lived project that still receives updates
Upload files in your Ruby applications, map them to a range of ORMs, store them on different backends.
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A long-lived project that still receives updates
Beautiful graphs for one or multiple datasets. Can be used on websites or in documents.
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Wrapper on ffmpeg and imagemagick to convert .mov to .gif
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Combines individual images from a directory into a single sprite image file and creates an appropriate CSS stylesheet
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iOS Build Tool CLI - Increment version • Decorate icon • Build app • Run unit tests • Create ipa artefact
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LINES lets you manage your posts in a clear, consistent frontend. The gracefully slender editor keeps your editing simple and lets you just splash around in your ideas. Once you're happy, just hit publish and see your text, code examples, images, and links shine.
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Highly configurable Jekyll plugin for managing responsive images. Automatically resizes images and provides a Liquid template tag for loading the images with picture, img srcset, Imager.js, etc.
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An easy extension for Paperclip to crop your image uploads using jCrop
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DICOM is a standard widely used throughout the world to store and transfer medical image data. This library enables efficient and powerful handling of DICOM in Ruby, to the benefit of any student or professional who would like to use their favorite language to process DICOM files and communicate ...
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Jekyll Responsive Images is a Jekyll plugin and utility for automatically resizing images. Its intended use is for sites which want to display responsive images using something like srcset or Imager.js.
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WARNING: This gem has been deprecated and has been replaced by 'bankscrap' (without underscore)
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Print images (png, jpg, gif and many others) in the command line with ease. Using rmagick and tco in the background to read the images and convert them into the extended 256 colour palette for terminals.
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0.11
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Captcha-Plugin for Rails
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Fleximage is a Rails plugin that tries to make image uploading and rendering super easy.
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A command line tool to turn images into ASCII art
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0.09
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Avatarly is a simple gem for Ruby that creates gmail-like avatars with initials, inspired by avatar-generator by johnnyhalife. See homepage for more information.
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Retina Rails makes your application use high-resolution images by default. It automatically optimizes uploaded images (CarrierWave or Paperclip) for retina displays by making them twice the size and reducing the quality.
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