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leaky-gems - A list of Ruby gems that have known memory leaks (and issues)

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Your Ruby app leaks memory if you see gems above in your Gemfile.lock. The list above may save you a week or more of your personal life. It appears some contributors submit gems with known memory issues, but not actual leaks. While those issues don't qualify as leaks they may still be important. I prefer listing them here to help other developers rather than just hiding them.

gem_version_check - Check gem dependencies of ruby apps and generate report

  •    Ruby

Check gem dependencies of ruby apps and generate report.At XING we use this gem in combination with jenkins to automatically check on gem versions across our many projects.

stdgems - Ruby's default & bundled gems: The new standard library

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Ruby's standard library is in the process of being gemified. More and more libraries will be turned into RubyGems, which can be updated independently from Ruby. Default gems: These gems are part of Ruby and you can always require them directly. You cannot remove them. They are maintained by Ruby core.

encrypted_cookie - AES-128 encrypted session cookies for Rack (and Sinatra and other frameworks).

  •    Ruby

The encrypted_cookie gem provides 256-bit-AES-encrypted, tamper-proof cookies for Rack through the class Rack::Session::EncryptedCookie. * Your :secret must be at least 32 bytes long and should be really random. Don't use a password or passphrase, generate something random (see below).




GemsAssetsWebpackBridge - It helps to build a bridge from ruby gems' assets to Webpack

  •    Ruby

This Rails gem helps to build a bridge from assets in your ruby gems to Webpack. This gem helps to collect paths to assets' folders in gems and adds some aliases for Webpack to help it to find assets in classic Rails gems.

gem-check - GemCheck: Writing Better Ruby Gems Checklist

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Gem Check website generator (https://gemcheck.evilmartians.io). Run yarn and then yarn or gulp to start dev server with livereload.

any_good - Is this gem any good?

  •    Ruby

Just a report of some numbers and facts from rubygems.org and GitHub repo of the gem in question, to understand how risky it would be to use it. I find myself constantly repeating this process for some new gems I spotted somewhere: going to their gem page and repo page to understand how well it maintained or is it abandoned, and is it something new that still have to get its ways and popularity.

hidden-gems - Ranking of Steam games to favor "hidden gems".

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This repository contains code to compute a ranking of Steam games, based on a score intended to favor "hidden gems". A "hidden gem" is defined as a high-quality game (hence the "gem") which only got little attention (hence "hidden").






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