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addressable

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Addressable is a replacement for the URI implementation that is part of Ruby's standard library. It more closely conforms to RFC 3986, RFC 3987, and RFC 6570 (level 4), additionally providing support for IRIs and URI templates.

Dependencies

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Gems launchy >= 0.3.2 2.4.2

launchy

Launchy is helper class for launching cross-platform applications in a fire and forget manner. There are application concepts (browser, email client, etc) that are common across all platforms, and they may be launched differently on each platform. Launchy is here to make a common approach to launching external application from within ruby programs.

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Gems rake >= 0.7.3 10.3.0

rake

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 >= 2.9.0 2.14.1

rspec

BDD for Ruby

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Gems coveralls >= 0 0.7.0

coveralls

A Ruby implementation of the Coveralls API.

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Gems idn >= 0 0.0.2

idn

Ruby Bindings for the GNU LibIDN library, an implementation of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA specifications defined by the IETF Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) working group. Included are the most important parts of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA APIs like performing Stringprep processings, encoding to and decoding from Punycode strings and converting entire domain names to and from the ACE encoded form.

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Gems idn-ruby >= 0 0.1.0

idn-ruby

Ruby Bindings for the GNU LibIDN library, an implementation of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA specifications defined by the IETF Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) working group. Included are the most important parts of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA APIs like performing Stringprep processings, encoding to and decoding from Punycode strings and converting entire domain names to and from the ACE encoded form.

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Gems mime-types ~> 1.25 2.2

mime-types

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 2.2, mostly changing how the MIME type registry is updated from the IANA registry (the format of which was incompatibly changed shortly before this release) and taking advantage of the extra data available from IANA registry in the form of MIME::Type#xrefs. In addition, the {LTSW list}[http://www.ltsw.se/knbase/internet/mime.htp] has been dropped as a supported list. 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 redcarpet >= 0 3.1.1

redcarpet

A fast, safe and extensible Markdown to (X)HTML parser

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Gems rubinius-coverage >= 0 2.0.3

rubinius-coverage

Rubinius coverage tool.

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Gems rubyforge >= 0 2.0.4

rubyforge

A script which automates a limited set of rubyforge operations. * Run 'rubyforge help' for complete usage. * Setup: For first time users AND upgrades to 0.4.0: * rubyforge setup (deletes your username and password, so run sparingly!) * edit ~/.rubyforge/user-config.yml * rubyforge config * For all rubyforge upgrades, run 'rubyforge config' to ensure you have latest.

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Gems rubysl ~> 2.0 2.0.15

rubysl

Ruby 2.0+ standard library meta-spec. Install this spec to install the Ruby standard library on compliant Ruby implementations that provide Ruby 2.0+ compatibility.

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Gems yard >= 0 0.8.7.4

yard

YARD is a documentation generation tool for the Ruby programming language. It enables the user to generate consistent, usable documentation that can be exported to a number of formats very easily, and also supports extending for custom Ruby constructs such as custom class level definitions.

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