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Package your Ruby-based tool the safe and easy way

Ruby is my everyday programming language to develop web applications. But it is also a powerful scripting language that comes with all “batteries included” for interacting with my Unix system. It is especially suited to write new command-line utilities. For instance, I often use guard to trigger some automatic processing on my files. Read more: https://discuss.gemnasium.com/t/package-your-ruby-based-tool-the-safe-and-easy-way/44

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