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Ranger

Turns a CIDR Notation range like

92.43.66.128/26

into two IP addresses showing the start and end of the range.

The heavy lifting is done by @jayferd's iplogic: github.com/jayferd/iplogic

A live instance of Ranger is hosted at Heroku and can be found here:

ranger.wellinformed.co.uk

It's opensource/free (as in speech)/public domain. Do what you like with it.

This README would normally document whatever steps are necessary to get the application up and running.

Things you may want to cover:

  • Ruby version

  • System dependencies

  • Configuration

  • Database creation

  • Database initialization

  • How to run the test suite

  • Services (job queues, cache servers, search engines, etc.)

  • Deployment instructions

Please feel free to use a different markup language if you do not plan to run rake doc:app.