RubyScript2Exe transforms your Ruby script into a standalone Windows or Linux executable. You can look at it as a "compiler", for it collects all necessary files to run your script on an other machine.
Newfile is a "filestarter": it generate starter files using a full featured template preprocessor. It can also generate new project trees, e.g., for a FreeBSD port.
Lace is a cross-platform build system supporting modular multi-platform cross-compiling projects. (It was created with compiling video games in mind)
RDI is a library that gives your application the ability to install its dependencies at runtime. Perfect for plugins oriented architectures. Many kind of deps: RPMs, DEBs, .so, .dll, RubyGems... Easily extensible to new kinds.
Generates a NetLinx workspace to load a Duet project.
This script generates a NetLinx workspace and source code to start up a Duet module. It is intended to be used when the entire AMX system has been programmed in Duet.
AllInOneRuby creates an Windows or Linux executable that includes both the Ruby interpreter and the runtime libraries. Why? Because it's sometimes not easy, or allowed to do a complete Ruby installation. That's where AllInOneRuby comes in.
Breeze is a build and test automation framework for software developers. It is written in Ruby and can be extended to include tasks that interact with other tools such as source code repositories, compilers, test frameworks, and installers.
Generate C++ header files from cpp files. Inspired by javadoc, and doxygen style source commenting. No need to maintain two seperate files to represent one class. Create and keep your headers up-to-date with your cpp files with little effort.
A wrapper utility for the AMX NetLinx compiler.
RBuild is a Linux KBuild like software configure/build system written in Ruby language with a menu driven front end. RBuild can be used for C/C++ or other programming languages. The syntax is inherited from KBuild. RBuild is very small and easy to use.
building CRUD forms with jRuby and ZK with minimal codes. - create DAO - generate default forms
This little IDE aids Rails developers from modeling and planning all the way to deployment.
Ruben provides Maven 2.x plugins for Ruby builds. Includes functionality for unit testing, syntax checking, rails/gem packaging and dependency resolution.
Generate installable binary distributions of Ruby programs for many platforms (many OS, with or without Ruby installed on clients...). Fit to distribute extensible (plugins) Ruby programs also. Handles also libraries and uploads on websites (SF.net...).
Ruby Inline's 13+ releases has been fully migrated to http://rubyforge.org/projects/rubyinline/ Please go there for more information. It just seems to work better over there. :/ (just click home page above)
Tar2RubyScript transforms a directory, containing your application into one single Ruby script, along with some code to handle this archive. When this script is run, it extracts the archive and runs the application.
The mywaves utilities project provides open source utilities and documentation, including scripts to generate RSS feeds for mywaves.com to find videos on a web site.
QA-Site is a collection of open source tools for software testing, development, and project management and includes dashboard with statuses for applications for: version control, defects, test cases, builds, documentation, ticketing, tasks, scheduling
automates the build,test,check cycle by automatic build of new versions from version control
Visual Studio .vc[x]proj to CMakeLists.txt (make, Ninja ...) enabler
Elaborate Visual Studio .vcxproj / .vcproj projects to CMakeLists.txt converter, enabling Makefile or Ninja or IDE builds, i.e. full multi-platform CMake functionality (Linux, Mac, Windows...). Live Update capability: supports side-by-side tracking of evolving original proj files, within build tree!! Script hooks for static CMake defs, powerful definition-to-variable mapping. Access to project data content is via git repository _only_ (it's a developer infrastructure project, thus alternatives are less suitable). Be aware of several branches available for checkout (git branch -a): "experimental_unverified" is for the daring (to start with current most featureful code), while usability of "experimental" always gets hardened via a large build. For instructions see README.txt - for ad-hoc access see Browse Code button (experimental_unverified head) -, then attempt guided installation on a .vc[x]proj-based source tree, via install_me_fully_guided.rb . Devel cooperation welcome!!