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A Rubyesque interface to Gmail. Connect to Gmail via IMAP and manipulate emails and labels. Send email with your Gmail account via SMTP.
FileSystemWatcher current release 1.0.0 Overview Simple library for watching events occurring on a file system. The events watched are CREATED, MODIFIED and DELETED.
Staking Out File Changes Michael McCracken has the automation spirit. He’s tired of doing anything repetitive, and he’s not gonna take it anymore! For starters, he went looking for a program or script that would run his unit tests whenever his Python source files changed. That search didn’t turn up anything, so he solved his problem the ol’ fashioned way — he wrote a program.
Often times we want to interact with the operating system or run shell commands from within Ruby. Ruby provides a number of ways for us to perform this task. Kernel#exec (or simply exec ) replaces the current process by running the given command For example: $ irb >> exec 'echo "hello $HOSTNAME"' hello nate.local $ Notice how exec replaces the irb process is with the echo command which then exits.
Joe Schmoe from Kokomo has a scanned image of a 300-page contract. Joe wishes he could search this file for certain rates and terms, but it's an image, not a text file. OCR might be just what the doctor ordered.