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logstash - Logstash - transport and process your logs, events, or other data

  •    Ruby

Logstash is part of the Elastic Stack along with Beats, Elasticsearch and Kibana. Logstash is an open source, server-side data processing pipeline that ingests data from a multitude of sources simultaneously, transforms it, and then sends it to your favorite "stash." (Ours is Elasticsearch, naturally.). Logstash has over 200 plugins, and you can write your own very easily as well.The license is Apache 2.0, meaning you are pretty much free to use it however you want in whatever way.

shoes4 - Shoes 4 : the next version of Shoes

  •    Ruby

Shoes is a little DSL for cross-platform (Mac, Windows, and Linux) GUI programming. It feels like real Ruby, rather than just another C++ library wrapper. For some samples, the manual, and a free book, check out the Shoes website. The look and feel will differ for your operating system, as Shoes 4 uses native widgets.

rvm - Ruby enVironment Manager (RVM)

  •    Shell

RVM is the acronym of Ruby enVironment Manager. It manages Ruby application environments and enables switching between them. If you need a different (newer) version of RVM, after installing base version of RVM check the Upgrading section below.




jruby-rack - Rack for JRuby and Java appservers

  •    Ruby

A servlet bridge for (Ruby-based) Rack applications that allow them to run in Java Application servers using JRuby.

jaxb2ruby - Generate pure Ruby objects from an XML schema (XSD) using JAXB and JRuby

  •    Ruby

jaxb2ruby must be installed and ran under JRuby. The generated classes will not depend on JRuby. Certain XML schema types are converted to Symbols. You can specify your own XML Schema to Ruby type mapping(s) via the -c option.

logstash-output-jdbc - JDBC output for Logstash

  •    Ruby

This plugin is provided as an external plugin and is not part of the Logstash project. This plugin allows you to output to SQL databases, using JDBC adapters. See below for tested adapters, and example configurations.

hawkfx - Hawkular explorer written in (J)Ruby with a JavaFX frontend.

  •    Ruby

You need a version of Java8 later than 8u45, and as of now JRuby 9.1.5 is required, as later versions have a problem that prevents JRubyFX from working correctly. Hawkular is a set of components for Monitoring. This explorer connects to a Hawkular server and allows to browse trough inventory and view entities, graph metrics.


unimidi - Realtime MIDI IO for Ruby

  •    Ruby

Also see MicroMIDI which builds a full MIDI messaging DSL on top of this library. UniMIDI uses one of the following libraries, depending on which platform you're using it on. The necessary library should install automatically with the unimidi gem.

hucpa - JRuby wrapper to HikariCP JDBC connection pool

  •    Ruby

A JRuby wrapper to HikariCP - "zero-overhead" production ready JDBC connection pool. This is / will be a part of a bigger effort, like a dedicated library to use SQL and / or ActiveRecord integration. Please note the project support only JRuby (tested with 9.1.8.0+) on Java 8.

march_hare - Idiomatic, fast and well-maintained JRuby client for RabbitMQ

  •    Ruby

March Hare is an idiomatic, fast and well-maintained (J)Ruby DSL on top of the RabbitMQ Java client. It strives to combine strong parts of the Java client with over 4 years of experience using and developing Ruby amqp gem and Bunny. March Hare is not a young project. Extracted from a platform that transports more than a terabyte of data over RabbitMQ every day, it has been around as an open source project since mid-2011 and has reached 2.0 in late 2013.

lila - Lila is a dynamic language running on the JVM with efficient multiple and predicate method dispatch

  •    Java

Lila is a dynamic language running on the JVM with efficient multiple and predicate method dispatch. It was developed as part of the thesis "Efficient Dynamic Method Dispatch on the Java Virtual Machine". The environment variable JRUBY is used to run jruby. The default value is jruby.

scorched_earth - Scorched Earth clone in JRuby with no dependencies.

  •    Ruby

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/[USERNAME]/scorched. This project is intended to be a safe, welcoming space for collaboration, and contributors are expected to adhere to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct. The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

cf3ruby - A ruby context free art DSL for use with ruby-processing

  •    Ruby

Very much derived from context-free.rb by Jeremy Ashkenas this version is updated to be more in line with CF3 and ruby 2.3 syntax. NB this version will not work with original ruby-processing.

brains-jruby - A feedforward neural network implementation for JRuby

  •    Ruby

A Feedforward neural network toolkit for JRuby. Easily add machine learning features to your ruby application using this Gem. Though there are faster native C implementations available (e.g. FANN) we need something that is simple, beginner friendly and just works. This java based implementation provides a balance of performance and ease of use.

jruby-getting-started - Getting Started with Ruby on Heroku (Microsoft Windows)

  •    Ruby

A barebones Rails app, which can easily be deployed to Heroku - on Microsoft Windows. This application support the Getting Started with Ruby on Heroku (Microsoft Windows) article - check it out.

proxy_fetcher - 💪 Ruby / JRuby gem / CLI for dealing with proxy lists from various sources

  •    Ruby

This gem can help your Ruby / JRuby application to make HTTP(S) requests using proxy by fetching and validating actual proxy lists from multiple providers. It gives you a special Manager class that can load proxy lists, validate them and return random or specific proxies. It also has a Client class that encapsulates all the logic for sending HTTP requests using proxies, automatically fetched and validated by the gem. Take a look at the documentation below to find all the gem features.

mdarray - Multidimensional array similar to NumPy and NArray

  •    Ruby

MDArray version 0.5.5.2 has been released. MDArray is a multi dimensional array implemented for JRuby inspired by NumPy (www.numpy.org) and Masahiro Tanaka´s Narray (narray.rubyforge.org). MDArray stands on the shoulders of Java-NetCDF and Parallel Colt. At this point MDArray has libraries for linear algebra, mathematical, trigonometric and descriptive statistics methods. NetCDF-Java Library is a Java interface to NetCDF files, as well as to many other types of scientific data formats. It is developed and distributed by Unidata (http://www.unidata.ucar.edu).

scicom - Scientific Computing for JRuby

  •    Ruby

SciCom also allows for implementing R scripts in a “language” that is just like Ruby, so that the developer does not need to know that she is actually writing an R script. All R methods are accessible through an R namespace. As can be seen from these examples, R methods can be accessed through the R namespace in SciCom, so, R method ‘seq’ is called in SciCom as ‘R.seq’. R methods that are applied on objects can be called in two ways, either using the R namespace as in ‘R.factor’ or directly on the object, as in this case we did ‘cmonth.factor’. This last example shows how SciCom allows method chaining, which is not possible in an R script.