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Flatter transforms a deeply nested graph of ActiveModel-like objects to a single mapper object that handles all the nested attributes and has a very flexible behavior for handling validation, saving routines with a DRY approach.
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gizmo is a simple page model testing framework used and sponsored by 'realestate.com.au'. The aim of the project is to DRY up your testing assertions by abstracting code that defines your page resulting in a consistent, easy to maintain test suit
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You don't want to type with wet hands, but you're not near any towels. What to do? Use the airblade gem to dry your hands straight from your Mac's terminal!
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You don't want to type with wet hands, but you're not near any towels. What to do? Use the airblade gem to dry your hands straight from your Mac's terminal!
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Kybus::Core will be used across all the kybus gems. Provides the most basic functionality or what might be used along with more than one gem. Currently this only exposes the basic exceptions and the DRY patterns.
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Ant::Core will be used across all the ant gems. Provides the most basic functionality or what might be used along with more than one gem. Currently this only exposes the basic exceptions and the DRY patterns.
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Know how you can't just use 'form_for' in rails with a newly initialized ActiveResource object? Ever get annoyed at having to add default attributes to your newly initialized ActiveResource objects? Fortify gives you the power to DRY'ly define default attributes for your ActiveResource derived classes.
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Using Inherited Resources is an excellent way to reduce the amount of repetition in your controllers. But what about views? A lot of times resources share the same views, so why not DRY 'em up using Inherited Resources Views!
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A macro-style method that will automatically read the database contraints (null requirements, string length, etc) and enforce those at the model level to keep validation more DRY. Provides many options to customize how automatic it is and what columns it affects.
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FrontCompiler is a Ruby based JavaScript/CSS/HTML compressor. It provides the basic JavaScript/CSS/HTML minifying feature. Plus it can create albeit packed JavaScript files, can inline CSS inside of JavaScript, works with DRYed CSS files and also can work as a RubyOnRails plugin.
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Garterbelt is a Ruby HTML/XML markup framework inspired by Erector and Markaby. Garterbelt maps html tags to methods allowing the intuitive construction of HTML pages using nothing but Ruby. And because it is all Ruby all the time, views benefit from the dryness of inheritance, modules and all the meta magic that Ruby can imagine. Stockings not included.
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imap-filter is a Ruby implementation of an IMAP filtering application. it can handle multiple IMAP accounts, and create IMAP folders automatically where none exists. The imap-filter DSL makes it easy to filter. You can also do "dry-runs" to make sure what happens is what is expected.
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Pronto runs analysis quickly by checking only the relevant changes. Created to be used on pull requests, but suited for other scenarios as well. Perfect if you want to find out quickly if branch introduces changes that conform to your styleguide, are DRY, don't introduce security holes and more.
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A pronto runner for Tailor - Swift code analyzer. Pronto runs analysis quickly by checking only the relevant changes. Created to be used on pull requests, but suited for other scenarios as well. Perfect if you want to find out quickly if branch introduces changes that conform to your styleguide, are DRY, don't introduce security holes and more.
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With this gem, a template is searched in the current controller's view folder (as usual). If it is not found there, the template with the same name in the view folder of the superclass controller is used. Finally, also views and partials remain DRY!
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This module attempts to create structured view helpers. Essentially, a blockpile consists of a ruby class file, and a template. This allows for isolated blocks of view logic, that can maintain a clean separation of markup language from ruby code. Blocks can be inherited from to DRY up view logic.
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Xcode is inconsistent about the placement of braces for code that it inserts for us. Sometimes it puts the opening braces on the same line, sometimes it puts it on the next line. I prefer it to be on the opening line. This command line app makes it easy to change selected source files, or all the files in a folder, or even run with the dry-run option to see what files would be changed.
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My SAKURA gem with various utilities. This is my swiss-army knife for Linux and Mac. See README.md for amazing examples, like: richelp ubuntu # shows a richelp of my 'ubuntu' cheatsheet richelp sakura synopsis # shows a richelp of my 'sakura' cheatsheet, grepping for 'synopsis' ls | act # randomly scrambles the lines! Taken from cat/atc ;) ps | rainbow # colors all lines differently twice itunes - # lowers volume of iTunes... twice :) 10 echo Bart Simpson likes it DRY # tells you this 10 times. Very sarcastic script! seq 100 | 1suN 7 # prints every 7th element of the list zombies # prints processes that show zombies (plus funny options to kill them) find . -size +300M | xargs mvto /tmp/bigfiles/ # moves big files to that directory alias gp='never_as_root git pull' # only if u r not root it runs! tellme-time # Tells you the time with Riccardo voice in Italian. Brilliant! find-duplicates . # Tells you files with same size/MD5 in this directory facter is_google_vm # Tells if it's a GCE Virtual Machine
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This gem allows similar ActiveRecord validates_* commands to be grouped together in blocks and pruned of repeated parameters. How often have you had a block of validation commands in an ActiveRecord object that are repeated, especially :id or :unless options? Does this look familiar? validates_presence_of :hair, :hair_color, :unless => :bald? validates_length_of :hair, :within => 3..15, :unless => :bald? validates_inclusion_of :hair_color, :in => HAIR_COLORS, :unless => bald? Instead, this gem will allow you to replace the above code with: validate_block :unless => :bald? do presence_of :hair, :hair_color length_of :hair, :within => 3..15 inclusion_of :hair_color, :in => HAIR_COLORS end ..which is a great way to DRY your :hair, don't you think? Basically, this gem 1) removes the requirement to have 'validates_' on the front of the commands and 2) passes the options on the validate_block command to each validation command inside the block. The syntax of the validation commands remains the same. Keeping the 'validates_*' prefix on the commands inside the block _will_ work but it is not required.
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Version 1.0.1 Update Notes: -Updated README "HOW TO RUN" -I'm not sure how to format this so it looks good on the gems website so please just see the README file. USE CASES: 1. Your friends bully you because your imaginary role playing worlds are predictable and boring. 2. You like seeing chars printed in nifty patterns. HOW TO RUN: 1. Run `super_simple_world_builder` 2. Follow the prompts EXAMPLE INPUT: Guten Tag! Welcome to Super Simple World Builder. Enter 1 to build a random world Enter 2 to build a custom world Please enter your selection (1, 2, or exit): 2 Enter the name of your world: Community-Town Enter the minimum width of the world: 15 Enter the minimum height of the world: 15 What character do you want to fill the background of your world with? (i.e. any character or single space) How many lake features do you want? 3 How many mountain features do you want? 2 How many town features do you want? 3 How many forest features do you want? 4 OUTPUT: 1. Console print out of the world map 2. A text file of the world map ACHTUNG: 1. Don't worry if the width or height entered is too small. The world will automatically enlarge to fit all features. 2. World maps look better when you enter a <space> as the character to fill the background. 3. This is a quick-and-dirty project so yolo with the specs. I added comments as a consolation prize. 4. See `feature_set.rb` to tweak the features that can be added to the world map. 5. Interestingly, menu prompts may not show up in the git bash terminal. But they do show up in Windows command prompt, so lmao. 6. Feel free to tweak the code however you like. I plan to refactor in the future to dry up some sections.
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