Ame provides a simple command-line interface API for Ruby.
A simple Ruby-esque interface to creating, extracting, and updating ZIP archives in 100% Ruby.
Bitwi.se’s “Fixed” font
Bitwi.se’s “IBMPCP” font
Manage your application's gem dependencies with less pain
Seamless integration of character encodings into Ruby’s String class
A more pleasant COM interface than WIN32OLE
ConTeXt (see http://pragma-ade.com) modules
Rubik’s cube solutions for easy printing
My Windows dot-files at work
My Linux /etc files
Minimal window manager for Windows mimicing PureLS written in assembler that I began writing ages ago and never finished.
Monitors directories for the creation of files or directories and removes them. (Old project)
Inventory keeps track of the contents of your Ruby projects.
Inventory-Rake provides Rake tasks for your Inventory.
Inventory-Rake-Tasks-YARD provides Rake tasks for YARD using your Inventory.
Lookout is a unit testing framework for Ruby that puts your results in focus
Lookout-Rack provides easy interaction with Rack from Lookout.
Lookout-Rake provides Rake tasks for testing using Lookout.
Ned is a totally awesome editor that I currently do not have time to finish
Net::DICT - client-side Dictionary Server Protocol library for Ruby
Neat Markup Language
Context-sensitive grep that never got realized.
“Humourous” little program that I wrote ages ago that shows a Yes/No dialog and switches them when you try to press Yes.
Old screensaver that I created twelve years ago.
I think the acronym stood for “pattern matching of regular expressions” or something like that