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Ruby mixin that facilitates English-like type checking in an inheritance hierarchy via "type_name?" methods
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Executable to be used with NotificationExec in collectd. It will send several passive checks, from specific to general plugin-type.
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"Pokemoves allows you to easily check which moves pokemon can learn, as well as which pokemon can learn a specific move. You can also check a move's given type."
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Library which allows you to check and sanitize you environment variables, raising exception if required variables are not configured, type-casting non-string variables and exposing them using an idiomatic API.
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Return a variable if it's present (and optionally of the right type), otherwise a default or nil. Adds a top level demand() method, which replaces long lines of repetitive code to check for nil?/present?/empty?, etc., hard-to-read ternary operators (?:) and if statements. A block can also be specified, which only runs (with the variable) if the checks pass.
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Search for breweries from the convenience of your command line! Install the gem and then type 'brewery-search' to get started. Follow the onscreen instructions to check out breweries in any state, and even filter results by city! Enjoy!
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Have 3-state radiobuttons instead of a 2-state checkbox for your Boolean columns which can store NULL. This gem: 1. Provides a custom Formtastic input type `:tristate_radio` which renders 3 radios (“Yes”, “No”, “Unset”) instead of a checkbox (only where you put it). 2. Teaches Rails recognize `"null"` and `"nil"` param values as `nil` 3. Encourages you to add translations for ActiveAdmin “status tag” so that `nil` be correctly translated as “Unset” instead of “False”. Does not change controls, you need to turn it on via `as: :tristate_radio` option.
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Flags is a framework for Ruby which allows the definition of command-line flags, which are parsed in and can be accessed smartly from within your Ruby code. This framework allows for numerous different flag types, and takes care of the process of type conversion and flag validation (type and value checking).
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Allows you check if an object match a class expression. It is typically used to check the type of method paraameters. It is an alternative to using Ruby-3 .rbs files but with a different syntax and only dynamic checks Typically you'll include the Constrain module and use #constrain to check the type of method parameters: include Constrain # f takes a String and an array of Integer objects. Raise a Constrain::Error # if parameters doesn't have the expected types def f(a, b) constrain a, String constrain b, [Integer] end Constrain works with ruby-2 (and maybe ruby-3)
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Decorator style assertions and type check library for Contract programming.
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Super basic type checking functions in ruby.
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This library provides a convenient ruby API for representation of an Arduino Library specification, including field and type validation, reading and writing the library.properties file, as well as downloading the official database of Arduino libraries, and offering a highly advanced searching functionality. This gem only offers Ruby API, but for command line usage please checkout the gem called "arli" — Arduino Library Dependency Manager that uses this library behind the scenes.
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Iz provides an API for type checking objects.
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# mdtoc - Markdown Table of Contents Read Markdown files and output a table of contents. ## Installation Requirements: * [Ruby](https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/) (see [.ruby-version](./.ruby-version)) ``` $ gem install mdtoc ``` ## Usage ``` $ mdtoc --help Usage: mdtoc [options] files or directories... -h, --help Show this message -o, --output PATH Update a table of contents in the file at PATH -a, --[no-]append Append to the --output file if a <!-- mdtoc --> tag isn't found -c, --[no-]create Create the --output file if it does not exist ``` 1. Add a `<!-- mdtoc -->` tag to a Markdown file. ``` $ echo '<!-- mdtoc -->` >> README.md ``` 2. Run `mdtoc` and specify input files or directories (eg. the "test/samples" directory) and an output file (eg. "README.md"). ``` $ mdtoc -aco README.md test/samples ``` ## Example Rakefile Create a `Rakefile` with the contents below, then run [`rake`](https://github.com/ruby/rake) to: * `git pull` * `git add` any *.md files * Run `mdtoc` to update the generated table of contents in the ./README.md file * Git commit and push any changes ``` task default: %w[mdtoc] desc 'Update Markdown table of contents and push changes to the git repository' task :mdtoc do |t| command = <<~END set -e git pull if [ -n "$(git diff --name-only --diff-filter=U)" ]; then echo 'Error: conflicts exist' >&2 exit 1 fi mdtoc --append --create --output README.md docs/ git add *.md **/*.md git commit -m 'Update TOC' git push END %x|#{command}| end ``` See [andornaut/til](https://github.com/andornaut/til/blob/master/Rakefile) for an example. ## Development ### Installation Requirements: * [Bundler](https://bundler.io/) ``` # Install dependencies $ bundle ``` ### Usage ``` # List rake tasks $ rake -T rake build # Build mdtoc-0.0.2.gem into the pkg directory rake default # Run the build, rubocop:auto_correct, sorbet and test tasks rake install # Build and install mdtoc-0.0.2.gem into system gems rake install:local # Build and install mdtoc-0.0.2.gem into system gems without... rake release[remote] # Create tag v0.0.2 and build and push mdtoc-0.0.2.gem to ru... rake rubocop # Run RuboCop rake rubocop:auto_correct # Auto-correct RuboCop offenses rake sorbet # Run the Sorbet type checker rake test # Run tests # Run mdtoc with test inputs $ ruby -Ilib bin/mdtoc test/samples # Run mdtoc with test inputs, and write to a newly created output file $ f=$(mktemp) && ruby -Ilib bin/mdtoc -aco ${f} test/samples ; cat ${f} ```
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