I look for a "Rosetta" documentation to found correspondence between languages tooling

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  • go-formatter

    A curated list of awesome Go frameworks, libraries and software

    My current practice : I compare the different "awesome" sites : https://github.com/avelino/awesome-go , https://github.com/vinta/awesome-python , https://github.com/markets/awesome-ruby but I wonder if there is a better method.

  • awesome-python

    A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources

    My current practice : I compare the different "awesome" sites : https://github.com/avelino/awesome-go , https://github.com/vinta/awesome-python , https://github.com/markets/awesome-ruby but I wonder if there is a better method.

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    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • awesome-ruby

    :gem: A collection of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software

    My current practice : I compare the different "awesome" sites : https://github.com/avelino/awesome-go , https://github.com/vinta/awesome-python , https://github.com/markets/awesome-ruby but I wonder if there is a better method.

  • rubo-format

    gofmt like ruby code formatting in atom

    Another example: code formatters. You mention gofmt (which you incorrectly put next to Ruby even though it's for Go)... There are lots of code formatters for Ruby, even if you only consider ones directly inspired/influenced by gofmt. A quick google turned up at least three of those: https://github.com/pariz/rubo-format, https://github.com/penelopezone/rubyfmt, and https://github.com/ruby-formatter/rufo. I'm pretty sure rubocop is used in Ruby more than any of those, but rubocop is less directly influenced by gofmt. So what do you choose? The project(s) that's more closely analogous? Or the more popular formatter?

  • rubyfmt

    Ruby Autoformatter!

    Another example: code formatters. You mention gofmt (which you incorrectly put next to Ruby even though it's for Go)... There are lots of code formatters for Ruby, even if you only consider ones directly inspired/influenced by gofmt. A quick google turned up at least three of those: https://github.com/pariz/rubo-format, https://github.com/penelopezone/rubyfmt, and https://github.com/ruby-formatter/rufo. I'm pretty sure rubocop is used in Ruby more than any of those, but rubocop is less directly influenced by gofmt. So what do you choose? The project(s) that's more closely analogous? Or the more popular formatter?

  • rufo

    The Ruby Formatter

    Another example: code formatters. You mention gofmt (which you incorrectly put next to Ruby even though it's for Go)... There are lots of code formatters for Ruby, even if you only consider ones directly inspired/influenced by gofmt. A quick google turned up at least three of those: https://github.com/pariz/rubo-format, https://github.com/penelopezone/rubyfmt, and https://github.com/ruby-formatter/rufo. I'm pretty sure rubocop is used in Ruby more than any of those, but rubocop is less directly influenced by gofmt. So what do you choose? The project(s) that's more closely analogous? Or the more popular formatter?

  • Standard

    🌟 JavaScript Style Guide, with linter & automatic code fixer

    In JavaScript, there are several options. The whole ecosystem moves so fast that I have no idea what is the most popular these days. There's uglify-js, which is both a minifier and beautifier. There's also standard and, as you already have, there's prettier.

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  • delve

    Delve is a debugger for the Go programming language.

    For Go, Delve is pretty popular.

  • Pry

    A runtime developer console and IRB alternative with powerful introspection capabilities.

    For Ruby, Pry is popular and sometimes combined with pry-byebug for a more conventional stack navigation experience.

  • Pry Byebug

    Step-by-step debugging and stack navigation in Pry

    For Ruby, Pry is popular and sometimes combined with pry-byebug for a more conventional stack navigation experience.

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