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Thanks to Aaron Patterson (and others), Rails 3.1 will sport some shiny new automatically-reversible migrations. Using the new change method, Rails will automatically figure out what to do in the event of a rollback. So, you no longer need to write an "up" and a boilerplate "down" for every migration.
Fredrik Wallgren recently released Gimli, a Ruby-based, command line PDF generator based on GitHub's gollum. It can convert markdown, textile, rdoc, and more and he also released a sister library for it, called guard-gimli, which uses Guard to automatically regenerate your PDFs when the markup changes.
The Guard library has been around for a while now, but it's worth another mention. It's a library which you'd use in place of autotest or watcher and since we last talked about it, Guard has added better event support thorugh fsevent and inotify, added Linux support, added event grouping, and now supports Ruby 1.8.7, 1.9.2, and REE.
Alex Reisner's Geocoder library recently had a 1.0 release. Geocoder is a complete Ruby geocoding solution, allowing you to lookup coordinates based on strings, like "Fenway Park," get street addresses by latitude and longitude, or even just get the coordinates of an IP address. It supports a ton of 3rd party services, has intelligent caching, proxy support, and has multi-lingual support.
Mike Williams just released Clamp, a Ruby framework for building command line applications. With it, each command is implemented as an individual class and the framework provides a DSL for you. It'll auto-generate your usage documentation and provides simple commands for specifying options, ordered parameters, and more.
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