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Episode #102 - August 13, 2010

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Railtie, Unencumbered, You're Cuking it Wrong, whereuat, rake.vim, and Gem in a Box.

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  • New Relic
  • Railtie
  • Unencumbered
  • Cuking Wrong
  • whereuat
  • vim.rake
  • Gem in a Box
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With rake.vim, you can use all those parts of rails.vim that you wish you could use on your other Ruby projects on anything with a Rakefile, including :R and :A, :Rlib and friends, and of course :Rake. It's great when paired with gem open and bundle open.

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