Hi,

> From: "why the lucky stiff" <ruby-talk / whytheluckystiff.net>
> Sent: Saturday, March 20, 2004 3:48 AM

> > _why, have you tried yaml test case in the ruby CVS?

> Ok.  I'm off on vacation for another three days, checking e-mail on my
> handheld.  I'll get this all on Monday.  I know exactly the problem.  It
> is in lib/yaml/rubytypes.rb.

$ cvs ann test_yaml.rb
...
1.10  (akira 08-Feb-04):       #
1.10  (akira 08-Feb-04):       # From Nobu Nakada [ruby-core:02311]
1.10  (akira 08-Feb-04):       #
1.12  (nahi  16-Feb-04):       t = 0..1
1.12  (nahi  16-Feb-04):       assert_equal( t, YAML.load( YAML.dump( t ) ) )
1.10  (akira 08-Feb-04):       t = "0".."1"
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       assert_equal( t, YAML.load( YAML.dump( t ) ) )
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       t = ".."..."..."
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       assert_equal( t, YAML.load( YAML.dump( t ) ) )
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       t = ".rb"..".pl"
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       assert_equal( t, YAML.load( YAML.dump( t ) ) )
1.11  (akira 08-Feb-04):       t = ".rb"...".pl"
1.10  (akira 08-Feb-04):       assert_equal( t, YAML.load( YAML.dump( t ) ) )
...

So I thought that you didn't run it or you might failed cvs
update...

Regards,
// NaHi