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Got command-line option parsing needs? There's a new kid on the block to consider instead of optionparser and it's called slop. The API is friendly and despite the gem's name, the DSL is... well... clean!
The great swamp rat battle seems to be in its closing stages and Capybara has Webrat on the run. There's a new version looming and Jo Liss has produced a great roundup of what to expect.
Using the typical static site generator tends to make one feel a little icky. There's usually a new DSL to learn, plus you get to clutter up your templates/views with all kinds of logic. Just feels wrong. Well check out Ace! You can write your site in Ruby and put all that logic in instance methods instead of the views.
How do you like your documentation? Online or off? Pretty and remote or local and command-liney? Take another look at bdoc which got some love lately. It indexes all your local gem docs and generates an HTML page so you can browse your docs locally via your favorite browser.
"Drink beer every Monday Wednesday and Friday at 8am and 6pm." Can your Ruby natural language parser make anything useful out of that? Well mine can. That's because I'm using nickel from Lou Zell. Lou just open-sourced nickel so check it out.
"Hey, that popular website I use every day just got hacked and look, there's my email address, phone number and home address all in plain text for everyone to see." Protect sensitive user data with Sean Huber's attr_encrypted gem. It makes it dead simple to encrypt attributes on Ruby objects.
It's big, it's stable, it's performant and it's here! JRuby 1.6.0 has been released. The team made Windows a primary supported platform with this release. It's great to see the Ruby community continue to embrace Windows users.
The Gibbler's Gotcha with her Sorcery, the Zombies Git SHA, and OmniAuth Resolves a new release on this episode of Ruby5.
Goliath, Solr/Sunspot, JSClass, Grapevine, and secrets of REE and Mysql tuning are just a few of the stories in today's iPad2-news-free edition of Ruby5.
Multi-tenants agree: If TextMate got a better sidebar, AJAX were a gem, Twitter rewrote the garbage collector, or one9 made some SESChange, it'd make for one, great episode of Ruby5.
Default database gem, Navigasmic, Route 2.2.0, yet another new RubyGems version, TinySite, and Hitch.
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