hello

this bit of code does work well but is not well hilighted

--8<----
if(!@usrData)
    @db.do("INSERT INTO usuarios (login) VALUES ('#{user}')")
    @usrData=@db.select_one("SELECT * FROM usuarios WHERE login='#{user}'")
end
---->8--

the do method here does not get a block

bye

On Thu 07 Feb 2002 16:15, Pierre-Charles David wrote:
> fastjack / camelot.germanistik.fu-berlin.de (Martin Maciaszek) writes:
> > To edit my ruby code I rediscovered the good old vim. vim6 even has
> > syntax highlighting rules for ruby. Which works great, except on the
> > following code:
> > dbh.do("select whatever from whereever;")
> >   foo
> > end
>
> It's not a Vim bug, Ruby itself gives a "parse error" on this code.
> You forgot the second 'do' (not the method one, the one starting the
> block).
>
> dbh.do("select whatever from whereever;") do
>   foo
> end
>
> or
>
> dbh.do("select whatever from whereever;") {
>   foo
> }

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Javier Fontan Muiņīs
jfontan / cesga.es
CESGA, Supercomputing Center of Galicia