Label describes the gems in your Gemfile so you don't have to look them up to see what they do.
Just run it:
Then check out your beautiful new Gemfile:
source 'http://rubygems.org' # Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden gem 'devise' # Upload files in your Ruby applications, map them to a range of ORMs, store # them on different backends. gem 'carrierwave' # RailsAdmin is a Rails engine that provides an easy-to-use interface for # managing your data. gem 'rails_admin'
Label will look for a
Gemfile in your current working directory by default, but you can
tell it to look somewhere else if you like:
$ label /path/to/Gemfile
$ gem install label
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Johannes Gorset made this. You should tweet me if you can't get it to work. In fact, you should tweet me anyway.