Hi, folks.

> You can look up tuplespaces on Google, and there is a simple test in
> the drb distribution itself.
> 
> I'm amazed and the Ruby tuplespace implementation: the matching is
> based on '===', so you can have message patterns like
> 
>    [ '', nil, /cat/ ]
>         - match messages with a first parameter of  and the third
>           parameter containing the string 'cat'
> 
>    [ 1..10, String ]
>         - match messages with the first parameter between 1 and 10 and
>           the second of class String.
> 
> It works nicely too: I wrote a simple P-P chat server in about 10
> lines of code.

I hope so. I wrote a simple script, too.

Do you know satoru's cdbiff? It's a verry cool. We love cdbiff.

 * http://www.namazu.org/~satoru/cdbiff/index.html.en


and I modified to watch remote mailbox by Rinda.

 * http://www.jin.gr.jp/~nahi/RWiki/?cmd=view;name=RindaBiff

Seki.