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RubyGems - About.com
Learn how to install and update RubyGems and find out the uses and strengths of specific gems as they're examined in our Spotlight on Gems.
Searching for Ruby Gems - About.com
You can add and install Ruby Gems by searching the Ruby Gems repository. Simply run the gem search command. By default, Ruby Gems only searches your ...
Getting Started With Bundler for Ruby Gems - About.com
It lists a gem repository (the official Rubygems repository, it's possible to list your own here) and an example (and commented out) dependency. Also note that ...
25 Gem Commands for RubyGems - About.com
The gem command is one of the most used Ruby-related commands. This article shows 25 Gem Commands and their functions.
RubyGems and Rake are Merged with Ruby - About.com
Both RubyGems and Rake are now part of the Ruby core. Installing Ruby will give you RubyGems and Rake out of the box. This eliminates an extra step in ...
Spotlight on RubyGems: Wirble - About.com
The Wirble RubyGem is one of those little things that you don't know you want until you see it. The Wirble gem will add a splash of color to your IRB sessions, ...
Using the Cheat RubyGem - About.com
The RubyGem Cheat gives command-line access to user-written "cheat sheets" on any topic. A cheat sheet gives notes and other quick information about a ...
Spotlight on RubyGems: Builder - About.com
The Builder library is a Ruby Gem that uses a meta-language to generate HTML, XML or CSS markup.
Simple RSS RubyGem: Spotlight on Ruby Gems - About.com
The Simple-RSS RubyGem provides a simplified interface for reading RSS and Atom documents.
Spotlight on RubyGems: Chronic - About.com
Use the Chronic RubyGem as a language parser. It will create representations of date and time phrases as Ruby variables.