On Mon, 26 Sep 2005, Bob Hutchison wrote:

> Ara, your arrayfield is an excellent fit to what I need. Thanks! The
> semantics is slightly different (e.g. when you update a field you don't
> change it's position in the array) than what I had been thinking, but the
> difference is slight and is perfectly sensible. I've incorporated it into my
> project (it only took a moment or two) and all the unit tests I had pass.
>
> Your alib also looks to be very interesting. Certainly worth looking at just
> to pick up some Ruby tricks (so is arrayfield for that matter).
>
> I'd be more than happy to use it, but I don't know what the license terms
> are. What are they? Same question for alib.

all my projects use ruby's license - which is dual - so do what you like with
any of my code.

glad it worked out for you.

kind regards.

-a
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