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1 = cql_ruby
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3 * FIX (url)
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5 == DESCRIPTION:
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7 FIX (describe your package)
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9 == FEATURES/PROBLEMS:
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11 * FIX (list of features or problems)
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13 == SYNOPSIS:
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15 FIX (code sample of usage)
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17 == REQUIREMENTS:
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19 builder
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21 == INSTALL:
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23 sudo gem install cql-ruby
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25 == LICENSE:
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