Properly case people's names
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= NameCase http://namecase.rubyforge.org/ == DESCRIPTION NameCase is a Ruby implementation of Lingua::EN::NameCase, a library for converting strings to be properly cased. This is good for converting denormalized data to human friendly data. * Example Usage NameCase("RON BURGUNDY") # => Ron Burgundy NameCase("MCDONALDS") # => McDonalds * Acknowledgements This library is a port of the Perl library, and owes most of its functionality to the Perl version by Mark Summerfield. Any bugs in the Ruby port are my fault. * Author Original Version: Copyright (c) Mark Summerfield 1998-2002. <firstname.lastname@example.org> All Rights Reserved Ruby Version: Copyright (c) Aaron Patterson 2006 * License NameCase is distributed under the GPL license. Please see the LICENSE file.