fixrb/fix Fix

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#29 (all)
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#29 add gemnasium badge [32598b9e] 24 seconds almost 2 years ago
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#27 v0.17.0 24 seconds almost 2 years ago
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#22 add the last gem checksum [ef258e18] 12 seconds about 2 years ago
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#20 v0.14.0 13 seconds about 2 years ago
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#18 v0.13.0 11 seconds about 2 years ago
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#14 add last checksum [22a3454c] 9 seconds about 2 years ago
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#13 add the 0.9.1's gem checksum [211839ce] 9 seconds about 2 years ago
#12 add the checksum of v0.8.0 [84028e22] 9 seconds about 2 years ago
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#7 update gems [9a191350] 8 seconds almost 3 years ago
#6 v0.6.1 7 seconds about 3 years ago
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#5 DRY tests [20d462ab] 7 seconds about 3 years ago
#4 v0.5.0 6 seconds about 3 years ago
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#2 add fix executable [6df4d1e3] 6 seconds about 3 years ago
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