I know these:
I know these:
Not quite as famous, but a very comprehensive backup solution as a Ruby dsl GitHub - backup/backup: Easy full stack backup operations on UNIX-like systems.
my next pet project
Anything else? Now I’m looking at this list and I’m upset. It’s not much.
There are plenty. I may repeat some already mentioned.
Liquid markup language
Yeap. The question was about non-web. And I think there is no place for JRuby and Rubinius. RubyMotion isn’t so famous I suppose.
But +1 by me for:
And SASS! But… They are connected with web software. oops
I can use everyone of those for non-web. What do you mean no place for JRuby? It just reached version 9000 recently and is very relevant.
Also what’s famous is very relative. For example, my gem PolyBelongs to was published on two well known Ruby mailing lists. So I consider it my famous gem.
I can use everyone of those for non-web.
You can say almost about anything like this.
What do you mean no place for JRuby?
it’s an implementation of the Ruby. Do you think that it’s a famous non-web software? Sure it’s a software, it’s non-web and it’s quite famous. But it’s famous just for Ruby programmers. Everyone knows Vagrant, Homebrew and Chef. But outside Ruby world not so many people have heard of JRuby (I’m telling you like a person who works with Ruby among 30 C# programmers in one room).
We can also add Nokogiri to this list
How could we forget Metasploit?