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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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Create and manage configuration files in Ruby for Ruby. Jeckyl can be used to create a parameters hash from a simple config file written in Ruby, having run whatever checks you want on the file to ensure the values passed in are valid. All you need to do is define a class inheriting from Jeckyl, methods for each parameter, its default, whatever checking rules are appropriate and even a comment for generating templates etc. This is then used to parse a Ruby config file and create the parameters hash. Jeckyl comes complete with a utility to check a config file against a given class and to generate a default file for you to tailor. Type 'jeckyl readme' for more information.
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# License Create software licenses easily. ## Install ### Bundler: `gem 'license'` ### RubyGems: `gem install license` ## Usage ### Simple ```ruby license = License::Software::MIT.new do |l| l.year.start = 2012 l.author.name = 'Ryan Scott Lewis' l.author.email = 'ryan@rynet.us' end p license.to_s # => "Copyright (c) 2012 Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>\n\nPermission is hereby granted, free of charge..." ``` ### Multiple Authors ```ruby license = License::Software::MIT.new do |l| l.year.start = 2012 l.authors.add name: 'Ryan Scott Lewis', email: 'ryan@rynet.us' l.authors.add name: 'John Doe', email: 'john.doe@example.com' l.authors.add name: 'Snake Pliskin' l.authors.add 'John McClane <john@mcclain.org, jmcclane@gmail.com>' end p license.to_s # => "Copyright (c) 2012 Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>, John Doe <john.doe@example.com>\n\nPermission is hereby granted, free of charge..." p license.authors.first.name # => 'Ryan Scott Lewis' p license.authors.first.email # => 'ryan@rynet.us' p license.authors.last.name # => 'John McClane' p license.authors.last.email # => 'john@mcclain.org' p license.authors.last.emails # => ['john@mcclain.org', 'jmcclane@gmail.com] ``` #### Smart Setters ```ruby license = License::Software.new do |l| l.type = License::Software::MIT # Set which type of license here instead l.year = '2006-2011' # Will set year.start to 2006 and year.end to 2011 l.authors = 'Ryan Scott Lewis<ryan@rynet>, John Doe < john.doe@example.com >' end p license.to_s # => "Copyright (c) 2012 Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>, John Doe <john.doe@example.com>\n\nPermission is hereby granted, free of charge..." ``` #### Advanced usage (preferred method) ```ruby license = License::Software.new do # Do not pass block variables to enter the scope of the License::Software type MIT year 2012 author 'Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>' end p license.to_s # => "Copyright (c) 2012 Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>\n\nPermission is hereby granted, free of charge..." ``` ## Contributing * Check out the latest master to make sure the feature hasn't been implemented or the bug hasn't been fixed yet * Check out the issue tracker to make sure someone already hasn't requested it and/or contributed it * Fork the project * Start a feature/bugfix branch * Commit and push until you are happy with your contribution * Make sure to add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally. * Please try not to mess with the Rakefile, version, or history. If you want to have your own version, or is otherwise necessary, that is fine, but please isolate to its own commit so I can cherry-pick around it. ## Copyright Copyright © 2012 Ryan Scott Lewis <ryan@rynet.us>. The MIT License (MIT) - See LICENSE for further details.
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Basic file type checks based on a few header bytes
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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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Decorator style assertions and type check library for Contract programming.
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Pronto runner for flow, a static type checker for javascript.
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Create resources with run-time payload type checking and link validation
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rubber-c-binder allows a rubyish means of generating bindings for C libraries, including (but not limited to) GObject based libraries. It allows C code to be written in the context of a ruby style class/method layout and eases type checking and conversion between Ruby & C datatypes.
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Selectively add type safety to your methods.
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Provides several utilities for run-time type-checking with Ruby
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Taipo provides a simple way to check your variables are what you think they are. With an easy to use syntax you can call a single method and pass expressive type definitions.
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# EventReporter EventReporter is a CSV parser and sorter. you can load a CSV and then search it. ## Installation $ gem install the_only_event_reporter_ever $ gem list event_reporter -d ## Usage After installation run: $ event_reporter Then Type 'load <filename>' to load records from a CSV $ Load event_attendees.csv Try these commands $ Find first_name sarah $Queue Print $Queue Save to <filename> ### Saving the queue accepts extensions JSON, XML, TXT, CSV. ## Contributing 1. Fork it 2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b my-new-feature`) 3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some feature'`) 4. Push to the branch (`git push origin my-new-feature`) 5. Create new Pull Request
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tspec can check type of methods arguments and return value.
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