TablePrint turns objects into nicely formatted columns for easy reading. Works great in rails console, works on pure ruby objects, autodetects columns, lets you traverse ActiveRecord associations. Simple, powerful.

Rubygem table_print

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Current Version
2016-03-16 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2011-04-11 07:00:00 UTC

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2016-03-25 14:32:18 UTC


Chris Doyle wrote 2013-08-13 16:55:23 UTC:

This three minute screencast will give you a quick overview of table_print’s most powerful features and how to use them:

Chris Doyle wrote 2013-11-01 19:14:24 UTC:

Multibyte support was useful but slow. v1.4.1 removes it as a default but allows you to set it as an option - now by default you get the fast version but if you need multibyte support you can enable the slower more precise version. Check the README for usage.

Chris Doyle wrote 2013-11-13 03:16:49 UTC:

v1.5.0 dramatically improves support for mongoid!

Chris Doyle wrote 2014-02-13 20:03:51 UTC:

v1.5.1 adds support for Sequel models thanks to

Chris Doyle wrote 2014-06-11 21:30:27 UTC:

v1.5.2 adds support for printing to IO other than STDOUT

Chris Doyle wrote 2014-10-27 21:00:20 UTC:

v1.5.3 has some new header display options

Chris Doyle wrote 2016-03-30 05:57:52 UTC:

v1.5.6 brings initial support for CSV output

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