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airplayer

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:movie_camera: Command-line AirPlay video client for Apple TV

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Gems airplay 1.0.3 ~> 1.0.2 1.0.3

airplay version 1.0.3

Send image/video to an airplay enabled device

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Gems celluloid 0.15.2 = 0.15.2 0.16.0

celluloid version 0.15.2

Celluloid enables people to build concurrent programs out of concurrent objects just as easily as they build sequential programs out of sequential objects

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Gems celluloid-io 0.15.0 = 0.15.0 0.16.2

celluloid-io version 0.15.0

Evented IO for Celluloid actors

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Gems cuba 3.1.1 = 3.1.1 3.4.0

cuba version 3.1.1

Cuba is a microframework for web applications.

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Gems http 0.5.0 = 0.5.0 0.8.3

http version 0.5.0

An easy-to-use client library for making requests from Ruby. It uses a simple method chaining system for building requests, similar to Python's Requests.

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Gems mime-types 2.4.3 ~> 2.4.0 2.4.3

mime-types version 2.4.3

The mime-types library provides a library and registry for information about MIME content type definitions. It can be used to determine defined filename extensions for MIME types, or to use filename extensions to look up the likely MIME type definitions. MIME content types are used in MIME-compliant communications, as in e-mail or HTTP traffic, to indicate the type of content which is transmitted. The mime-types library provides the ability for detailed information about MIME entities (provided as an enumerable collection of MIME::Type objects) to be determined and used programmatically. There are many types defined by RFCs and vendors, so the list is long but by definition incomplete; don't hesitate to to add additional type definitions (see Contributing.rdoc). The primary sources for MIME type definitions found in mime-types is the IANA collection of registrations (see below for the link), RFCs, and W3C recommendations. This is release 2.4.3, restoring full compatibility with Ruby 1.9.2 (which will be dropped in mime-types 3.0). It also includes the performance improvements from mime-types 2.4.2 (since yanked because of the broken Ruby 1.9.2 support) and the 2.4.1 fix of a bug in observed use of the mime-types library where extensions were not previously sorted, such that MIME::Types.of('image.jpg').first.extensions.first returned a value of +jpeg+ in mime-types 1, but +jpe+ in mime-types 2. This was introduced because extensions were sorted during assignment (MIME::Type#extensions=). This behaviour has been reverted to protect clients that work as noted above. The preferred way to express this is the new method: MIME::Type.of('image.jpg').first.preferred_extension Łukasz Śliwa created the {friendly_mime}[https://github.com/lukaszsliwa/friendly_mime] gem, which offers friendly descriptive names for MIME types. This functionality and English-language data has been added to mime-types as MIME::Type#friendly. To make it easy for internationalization, MIME::Type#i18n_key has been added, which will return a key suitable for use with the {I18n}[https://github.com/svenfuchs/i18n] library. As a reminder, mime-types 2.x is no longer compatible with Ruby 1.8 and mime-types 1.x is only being maintained for security issues. No new MIME types or features will be added. mime-types (previously called MIME::Types for Ruby) was originally based on MIME::Types for Perl by Mark Overmeer, copyright 2001 - 2009. It is built to conform to the MIME types of RFCs 2045 and 2231. It tracks the {IANA Media Types registry}[https://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/media-types.xhtml] with some types added by the users of mime-types.

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Gems rack 1.5.2 ~> 1.5.0 1.6.0

rack version 1.5.2

Rack provides a minimal, modular and adaptable interface for developing web applications in Ruby. By wrapping HTTP requests and responses in the simplest way possible, it unifies and distills the API for web servers, web frameworks, and software in between (the so-called middleware) into a single method call. Also see http://rack.github.io/.

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Gems reel 0.4.0 = 0.4.0 0.5.0

reel version 0.4.0

A Celluloid::IO-powered HTTP server

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Gems reel-rack 0.1.0 = 0.1.0 0.2.2

reel-rack version 0.1.0

Rack adapter for Reel

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Gems ruby-progressbar 1.7.5 >= 0 1.7.5

ruby-progressbar version 1.7.5

Ruby/ProgressBar is an extremely flexible text progress bar library for Ruby. The output can be customized with a flexible formatting system including: percentage, bars of various formats, elapsed time and estimated time remaining.

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Gems thor 0.19.1 >= 0 0.19.1

thor version 0.19.1

Thor is a toolkit for building powerful command-line interfaces.

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Gems bundler >= 0 1.9.4

bundler

Bundler manages an application's dependencies through its entire life, across many machines, systematically and repeatably

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Gems coveralls 0.8.0 >= 0 0.8.0

coveralls version 0.8.0

A Ruby implementation of the Coveralls API.

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Gems fakefs 0.6.7 >= 0 0.6.7

fakefs version 0.6.7

A fake filesystem. Use it in your tests.

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Gems guard-rspec 4.5.0 >= 0 4.5.0

guard-rspec version 4.5.0

Guard::RSpec automatically run your specs (much like autotest).

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Gems rake 10.4.2 >= 0 10.4.2

rake version 10.4.2

Rake is a Make-like program implemented in Ruby. Tasks and dependencies are specified in standard Ruby syntax. Rake has the following features: * Rakefiles (rake's version of Makefiles) are completely defined in standard Ruby syntax. No XML files to edit. No quirky Makefile syntax to worry about (is that a tab or a space?) * Users can specify tasks with prerequisites. * Rake supports rule patterns to synthesize implicit tasks. * Flexible FileLists that act like arrays but know about manipulating file names and paths. * A library of prepackaged tasks to make building rakefiles easier. For example, tasks for building tarballs and publishing to FTP or SSH sites. (Formerly tasks for building RDoc and Gems were included in rake but they're now available in RDoc and RubyGems respectively.) * Supports parallel execution of tasks.

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Gems rspec 3.2.0 >= 0 3.2.0

rspec version 3.2.0

BDD for Ruby

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