WideStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for building window applications in C++, Ruby, Python an Perl for Windows, MacOSX, Linux, FreeBSD, SOLARIS and other unix and BTRON and T-Engine. This is open and free (under MIT/X Consortiun Lice
Tool to parse the command line and configuration files.
Powerful command line and configuration file parsing for C++, Python, Ruby and Java (others to come). This tool provides many features, such as separate treatment for options, variables, and flags, unrecognized object detection, prefixes and much more.
CloudI is an open-source private cloud computing framework for efficient, scalable, and stable soft-realtime event processing.
tpkg is a cross-platform tool for packaging and deploying applications. It is designed to work alongside your operating system's packaging tool. The deployment features in tpkg are designed to scale to deployments across hundreds or thousands of systems
(G)EditMate is a set of GEdit plugins that will make writing Ruby, Ruby on Rails and web applications applications even easier, while still maintaining a lightweight feel to it.
Traders can develop their own trading system by plugging-in their trading algorithm to this distributed Framework. Supports: client acct, portfolio abstraction, open i/f for (a) tick data sub., and (b) multiple broker APIs per client port., debugger, etc.
A comprehensive customer support application with an integrated web interface and exceptional scalability/maintainability. Intended for student technical support and developed using open technologies designed from the ground up for exstensibility.
Active Validation is a plugin for the Ruby on Rails framework. It provides the functionality to validate aspects of an HTTP request before processing is passed to the requested controller method.
As the red-headed stepchild of database adapters in Ruby on Rails, Sql Server lacks some of the features and performance benefits granted to mysql & others. This adapter aims to correct and improve much of that.
alice_invoice provides a simple ruby interface for downloading invoices and corresponding digital signatures from German ISP Alice.
Ambition is a framework for writing adapters. Adapters are gems named something along the lines of ambitious-activerecord. They typically use Ambition to turn Ruby into some domain specific query which can be executed.
Ruby on Rails based Scrum backlog tool. Can be used to manage product and sprint backlogs, developers and bugs.
Bricklayer is a Ruby web application framework that uses a component architecture very loosely based on that of perl's HTML::Mason. To see the proof of concept for Bricklayer, check out the Liber RDF Portal project.
Ceedling Project Hosting has Moved to GitHub!
Ceedling project hosting has moved to GitHub under the ThrowTheSwitch Organization: https://github.com/ThrowTheSwitch/Ceedling
An IO fuzzer for testing how Ruby libraries or applications handle unexpected IO activity.
Coco/R for Ruby has moved to rubyforge for better support. Click the homepage link above to go there now.
A set of tools and utilities that allow development teams to practice code generation techniques in a scalable and extensible manner. This is based on the style of code generation found in Ruby on Rails.
Full featured but relatively lightweight web site management application for the Ruby on Rails framework. Includes easy to use CMS page, product/order and article management system as well other features.
Diakonos is a customizable, usable console-based text editor. Scripting, bookmarking, regexp searching, parsed indentation, macros, a multi-element clipboard, multi-level undo, a customizable status line, keybindings, syntax highlighting.
Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Life project, www.eol.org. This is both an ambitious project and an ambitious codebase and we are excited to share it with the open source community.
Erubis is a pure ruby implementation of eRuby (embedded Ruby). It is very fast, extensible, flexible, and secure.
Harmonize is a Ruby library that allows you to write pure-Ruby code to access the Sync Services API in Mac OS X (10.4+) without getting into the nitty-gritty of RubyCocoa.