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New gem for syncing production tables to development

I just launched github.com/scottschulthess/db_sync

It’s a gem that provides a couple rake tasks for exporting certain tables from development into yaml and then importing those tables into development.

This is very useful for apps that have operational/configuration tables stored in production that you want to run locally.

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