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Episode #174 - May 10, 2011

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Guard yourself, we Endlessly Scroll through Rails 3, bring the Clamp down on Gimli, and Reverse back to Geocoder on this episode of Ruby5.

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Fredrik Wallgren recently released Gimli, a Ruby-based, command line PDF generator based on GitHub's gollum. It can convert markdown, textile, rdoc, and more and he also released a sister library for it, called guard-gimli, which uses Guard to automatically regenerate your PDFs when the markup changes.

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