Reverse dependencies for chronic Latest version of the following gems require chronic
Job scheduler for Ruby (at, cron, in and every jobs). Not a replacement for crond.
Trollop is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just gets out of your way. **DEPR...
Time zones for fugit and rufus-scheduler. Urbi et Orbi.
Clean ruby syntax for writing and deploying cron jobs.
Time tools for flor and the floraison project. Cron parsing and occurrence computing. T...
Optimist is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just gets out of your way. One li...
a class factory and dsl for generating command line programs real quick
Delorean lets you travel in time with Ruby by mocking Time.now
High method and class churn has been shown to have increased bug and error rates. This ...
Command-line client for Papertrail hosted log management service. Tails and searches ap...
A mobile web application framework in Ruby
Timecop steps definition for Cucumber
Sup is a console-based email client for people with a lot of email. * GMail-like t...
ActiveRecord and Mongoid extension for easier date scopes and time ranges
Flapjack is a distributed monitoring notification system that provides a scalable metho...
The TestCentricity™ Web core generic framework for desktop and mobile web browser-based...
Manage ECS Scheduled Tasks like Whenever
Pismo extracts and retrieves content-related metadata from HTML pages - you can use the...
Rack middleware for enabling problematic web browsers (Internet Explorer and Safari) to...
Unofficial ruby client for microsoft botframework
Still in development
Hybrid Data & Work Flow
Makes it easy to store time duration, make calculations and comparions and store the du...
Timetrap is a simple command line time tracker written in ruby. It provides an easy to ...
Customizable Scheduler for Contentful Entries.
Converts a human-readable time (e.g. 10:15 daily) into a cron format (e,g, 15 10 * * *)
A higher level query language for PuppetDB.
Render XLSX from Rails using existing views ( .*.html => .xlsx )
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