The author of SunTools plugin, Guedi Capeluto, has join the SCF and is providing support for it in this topic.
pecan released a new debugging plugin for SketchUp/Ruby on Windows:
SuRDebug is a Microsoft Windows GUI editor and shell surrounding Google SketchUp and the Ruby-Debug debugger.In case you missed it, Fredo6 released his jaw-dropping update to FreeScale - FreeScale 2. It adds bending and stretching tools. Definitely a must-have.
It consists of wxSTEditor by John Labenski, Ruby-Debug debugger by Kent Sibilev, Google SketchUp, modifications and glue clode by Pecan Heber
How it Works
SuRDebug runs SketchUp as a sub process. It captures all I/O from RDebug (aka Ruby-Debug.rb) and the SketchUp Console by way of the standard I/O pipes. It interprets the captured data, presents it to the user by way of the editor, and drives the debugger from user editor actions .
SCF member thomthom released a plugin named Explode All Images - you'll never guess what it does. Give up? Ok, it "Iterates all Images and explodes them. Hides the edges and option to group."
The multi-talented Chris Fullmer is quickly becoming a Ruby Master by releasing a dozen or so plugins in the past couple months.
Matt666 released 2 new plugins: Component/Group Tools and another to set the Shadow time to now().
Finally, the prolific TIG released AddFaces which "simply adds faces to selected edges if it can."