13 wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Maybe you have corrupted Ruby installation or just corrupted date.rb 
> file.
> Martins

Thanks, Martins... that's an interesting thing. I think something got 
corrupted in memory and RadRails didn't reload after the corruption. 
Today (same code) the problem is not there. Yesterday I checked the disk 
file date.rb and it was uncorrupted but the spurious chars were present.

Oh well... lesson learned: shut down RadRails and restart if file 
corruption is suspected.


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