Software development tools are programs and libraries, which can help to make programs, that aid programmers, software developers, in the software development process. They may involve different software platforms, but all have prewritten code.
Scripts and libraries, Pcap libpcap interface, Python embedded in Ruby, Ruby SWIG module. By Masaki Fukushima.
Program to encrypt/decrypt streams of data using Rijndael and Cipher Block Feedback mode (CFB-128), for shell scripts and Ruby. Description, downloads.
A Language for MAcro processing, general purpose, powered by Ruby. Allows using any Ruby method in the same way one uses macros, so, immediately, Alma has thousands of built-in functions. [Open Source, GPL]
Module adds simple aspect-oriented programming concepts to Ruby; allows wrapping code around extant methods in classes, which separates different concerns into different parts of the code. [Open Source, GPL]
Ruby library; goal: implement integrated environment for bioinformatics research in Ruby. Kept simple to maximize usability, efficiency for biologists as a daily tool. Begun in Japan, supported by Universities of Tokyo, Kyoto; Open Bio Foundation.
An open source directory of gems powered by the ruby community.
Offers a library intending to help using Google services with the GData api format.
Dozens of Ruby programs. Examples: reverse dependency tool, simple HTTP daemon, vim syntax coloring, Design by Contract, Literate Ruby, Fibonacci generators, generic XML generator.
Software Archive, many projects. Examples: Racc, LALR(1) Perser generator; TMail, Mail Class (implements MIME multipart, more); strscan, extension to scan string faster. English and Japanese versions. Ruby-dev summary index. By Minero Aoki.
MySQL API module (extension library) for Ruby; gives same functions to Ruby programs that MySQL C API gives to C programs.
Provides a library to generate PDF documents.
CORBA for Ruby. Goal: a pure Ruby version based on CORBA-Ruby Mapping Specification.
Ruby O-o Compiler construction toolKIT; easy-to-use, written in and emits Ruby code. Current focus: 'front-end' phases of compiler construction; generates lexer and parser (more advanced than yacc's LaLr(1), grammars in Extended Backus-Naur form.
Ruby bindings for several libraries, programs, with readme files.
Provides an IDE for Visual Studio with a commercial and a free personal edition.
Offers a Ruby to PHP compiler, allowing a developer to write Ruby code and compile it to be run with PHP.
Analog to Perl's Inline::C, allows embedding C external module code in Ruby scripts directly; code is compiled and run on the fly, as needed. [open source, MIT License]
Simple testing framework for Ruby. Descriptions, downloads.
Interfaces the Simple Directmedia Library to Ruby, giving it high speed graphics, sound, and input abilities. Links to related projects. [Open source, LGPL]
Fast Ruby module with Porter stemming algorithm; a process to remove commoner morphological and inflexional endings from words in English; main use is as part of term normalisation process usually done when setting up Information Retrieval systems.
Ruby Zebedee: 100% compatible clone (protocol, configuration file), can be used by Ruby scripts easily like standard Socket API. Zebedee is simple program to form encrypted, compressed tunnel for TCP/IP or UDP data between two systems.
Full-featured YAML parser and emitter. Use as drop-in replacement for PStore, or use one of its several APIs to store object data in friendly and readable YAML style; write data structures in plain text.
Information on Ruby, powered by his XML module. Modules: XMLParser, Uconv, Oracle, VFlib3, Perl, Multibyte Extension for String class, Syslog; Libraries: Unicode, Susie Plugin, DirectDraw for Ruby, MDN.
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