I just released RuboCop 0.15.0! It can now auto-correct most whitespace problems in Ruby code and features some new cops (like a cyclomatic complexity check) and more configuration options. More than a dozen bugs reported since the last release were fixed as well.
I just launched the Powerpack library. Powerpack is a small Ruby library containing (at this point) a few extensions to some core Ruby classes. I guess that in a way one can say it’s something like Rails’s ActiveSupport, but with much smaller scope.
The static code analyzer RuboCop just made it to version 0.11.0! The highlights include a handful of new checks, the ability to auto-generate a default config matching your existing project code style and about a dozen bug fixes and improvements.
I've just released version 0.4 of RuboCop - an experimental Ruby code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide. This is the first version that's deemed suitable for general use and adds support for Ruby 2.0. Hopefully you'll find it useful!
Ruby 1.8.7 is out. The official announcement is here. What makes this release significant is that it includes several backports from Ruby 1.9 alongside the usual batch of bug fixes and performance improvements. Enjoy!