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Removing references to old gem name

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-# Custom Rails Importer
+# Transplant
-The gem was born from a need for the organization I work for ([CollegePlus](http://collegeplus.org)). We were migrating our systems from one, single, monolithic system into a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) using Rails and needed a way to do this as easily as possible. Thus, **Custom Rails Importer** was born.
+The gem was born from a need for the organization I work for ([CollegePlus](http://collegeplus.org)). We were migrating our systems from one, single, monolithic system into a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) using Rails and needed a way to do this as easily as possible. Thus, **Transplant** was born.
#### Currently, you can only import data from a MySQL database. I hope to have this gem be database agnostic in the future.
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Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
- gem 'custom_rails_importer'
+ gem 'transplant'
And then execute:
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Or install it yourself as:
- $ gem install custom_rails_importer
+ $ gem install transplant
## Usage

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