From: "Hal E. Fulton" <hal9000 / hypermetrics.com>
Subject: Re: What's New and Shiny in Ruby 1.8.0?
Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 01:34:24 +0900

Hi Hal !

 ***THANKS A LOT***

 This will help me!

 Keep Hacking!
 Meino 

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Meino Christian Cramer" <mccramer / s.netic.de>
> To: "ruby-talk ML" <ruby-talk / ruby-lang.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 10:55 AM
> Subject: Re: What's New and Shiny in Ruby 1.8.0?
> 
> 
> >  just want to say "hello" to the group !
> >  
> >  I just entered the Ruby sphere :)
> > 
> >  ...and it seems, that I have entered it one or two days to late,
> >  since there is already a "What's New and Shiny in Ruby
> >  1.8.0?"-thread, which is exactly what I wanted to ask first :O)
> > 
> >  Is there any mail archive ?
> > 
> >  ...or may be a uptodate language reference 
> > 
> >  ...or something to update my currently very limited knowledge of this
> >  language? 
> > 
> >  I have already (most?) of the "Prgramming Ruby"- or "Learning
> >  Ruby"-tutorials, but they are all not as new as Ruby 1.8.0 (which
> >  whould not be understood as any form of critism !)
> > 
> >  What I need is something like a reference.  
> > 
> >  Can anyone help or point me to anything helpful?
> > 
> >  Thank you very much in advance !
> 
> Here are some useful links for you...
> 
> www.ruby-talk.org   
>   Mailing list archives for English-language list
>   (going back to Dec 98). Shortly after the newsgroup
>   comp.lang.ruby was created, a two-way mirror was
>   put in place, so virtually all of c.l.r is also
>   archived there
> 
> www.ruby-lang.org
>   Main Ruby site; also location of the Ruby Application Archive,
>   which is the principal repository of Ruby apps, libraries, and
>   documentation
> 
> www.rubygarden.org
>   A wonderful wiki-based site, rich in content
> 
> www.rubyforge.org
>   A new site. Like SourceForge, but strictly for Ruby.
> 
> www.rubycentral.com
>   The Ruby site of the Pragmatic Programmers; some great articles
>   and links; home of the one-click Windows installer and home of
>   the online version of _Programming Ruby_ (aka the Pickaxe Book).
> 
> www.rubycentral.org
>   A permanent home for Ruby Central, responsible among other things
>   for the annual International Ruby Conference. <plug>Go there and
>   register now for the upcoming conference in Austin in mid-November!
>   </plug>
> 
> www.rubyhacker.com
>   My own site. A page of info on _The Ruby Way_, including errata, 
>   sample chapter, and so on; a couple of Powerpoint presentations;
>   and other miscellany.
> 
> DISCLAIMER: There are other excellent Ruby resources. I just got 
> tired of typing here, and my memory fails me. If your site is not
> listed, don't be offended. Plug it yourself!
> 
> So... go wild, my friend.  :)
> 
> Cheers,
> Hal
> 
> --
> Hal Fulton
> hal9000 / hypermetrics.com
> 
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