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There is a new version of the ever-popular rails-bestpractices gem out. This one adds a few checks for ruby 1.9 syntax, and a check for an 80-character line limit.
We mentioned Representable a few weeks ago as well, so its worth mentioning some updates. Changes include better handling of nil and false values, and the ability to represent a hash as a series of attributes on an xml element. Some of the changes are potentially api-breaking though, so upgrade with care!
If you've ever had to write apache or nginx config files to handle canonical hostname rewrites, you'll like this rack plugin.
Did you know postgres has data type for things like ip addresses, mac addresses, and even arrays? With the postgres_ext gem, you can use them in your rails apps.
Stefano Verna wrote in this week to tell us about redpomo - his command-line tool for working with red mine issues and time tracking.
Mat Schaffer wrote in to tell us about his new gem knife-solo. This gem adds a few new commands to knife for working with chef-solo, including installing chef-solo on 8 different remote operating systems, installing and running your recipes on those systems, and cleaning up afterward.
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