What does it mean when the guy who blogged about irb’s details and wrote most of the successful irb gems (hirb, bond, boson) decides to implement his own irb alternative? There must be something wrong with irb!
- Use fancy colors! You can colorize the prompts, irb errors, stderr and stdout
- Output results as Ruby comments
- Enhance your output value using procs
There are many implementations of password managers/safes out there. But lots of them are black boxes, either because they are not open source, or because they have to much features and it gets complicated to understand the source (which is most likely not written in a happy programming language). You don’t know, what really happens with your passwords. So…
Do it yourself!
Do it with Ruby!
Do it in less than 250 lines ;)
.gemspec file of a gem allows to specify requirements for that gem – but usually you do not get to see them. These five lines patch RubyGems, so that
gem displays the requirements of a gem after it has been installed: