sry, I copied a wrong part of my own code. What I tried to do is to
split the string "year, month, day" into 3 integers and store in an
array [year, month, day], then create Date objects from the arrays.

def new_date(date)
  Date.new(date[0], date[1], date[2])
end

date_start = @start.split(',').map {|x|, x.to_i}
date_stop = @stop.split(',').map {|x|, x.to_i}
days = (new_date(date_start)..new_date(date_stop)).to_a

This should work now.

On 1/24/06, misiek <michaelaugustyniak / gazeta.pl> wrote:
> I removed , from date_start = @start.split(',').map {|x|  x.to_i}
>                                                           ^
>
> now got
> private method `split' called for Tue Jan 24 00:00:00 CST 2006:Time
>
>


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