The Ruby Toolbox - Know your options!

ruby-progressbar

7.98
Ruby/ProgressBar is an extremely flexible text progress bar library for Ruby. The output can be customized with a flexible formatting system including: percentage, bars of various formats, elapsed time and estimated time remaining.
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32,449,348
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1,157
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115
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19

fuubar

1.61
the instafailing RSpec progress bar formatter
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5,636,090
Stars
713
Forks
69
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13
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28
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progressbar

0.93
Ruby/ProgressBar is an extremely flexible text progress bar library for Ruby. The output can be customized with a flexible formatting system including: percentage, bars of various formats, elapsed time and estimated time remaining.
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Downloads
1,774,396
Stars
1,157
Forks
115
Watchers
19

progress_bar

0.53
Give people feedback about long-running tasks without overloading them with information: Use a progress bar, like Curl or Wget!
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1,494,766
Stars
395
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42
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8

progress

0.39
Show progress of long running tasks
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1,587,467
Stars
57
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3
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4

powerbar

0.31
The last progressbar-library you'll ever need
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1,197,786
Stars
78
Forks
8
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1

spinning_cursor

0.03
Spinning Cursor is a flexible DSL that allows you to easily produce a customizable waiting/loading message for your Ruby command line program. Beautifully keep your users informed with what your program is doing when a more complex solution, such as a progress bar, doesn't fit your needs.
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25,156
Stars
56
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6
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2

shell-spinner

0.02
Gem provides animated spinner for UNIX shell and could be used with rake tasks and any console scripts
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56,955
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10
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0
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1

progress-meter

0.01
Print progress reports for loops, like the Smart::Comments package in perl.
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12,945

multi_progress_bar

0.01
Displays multiple progress bars using Ncurses. Useful for displaying the status of multiple test runs, say, distributed across different machines. Which is exactly why I wrote it.
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11,735
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9
Forks
6
Watchers
2