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17739-18304 subjects 18301-20708

^ ruby 1.9 build error: rbconfig.rb:173: [BUG] Stack consistency error (sp: 36, bp: 34)
17944 [cschlaeger g] I'm trying to build SVN head on an openSUSE 11.0 AMD64 system.

^ Expand_path -- Proposal: An alternate method
17954 [admin hawtho] Not to belabor a point, But....
17956 [matz ruby-la] If I were going to add a new method, that method should convert paths
+ 17996 [admin hawtho] That seems reasonable. I will take a stab at producing it. We can discuss
+ 18188 [admin hawtho] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
  18190 [nobu ruby-la] It's insufficient, file_expand_path() is called twice inside
  + 18191 [admin hawtho] I need to know how to acquire 1.8 head and 1.9a.
  + 18192 [admin hawtho] Nobuyoshi,
  + 18194 [admin hawtho] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
  + 18195 [admin hawtho] I need to know the subversion commands to get a copy
    18196 [nobu ruby-la] Nobu Nakada
    18198 [admin hawtho] Thanks

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #340] 1.9/trunk does not work when compiled with llvm-gcc4 2.3 (gcc 4.2.1)
17959 [redmine ruby] Issue #340 has been updated by Ollivier Robert.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #362] (Open) Signal handling meets threading
17970 [redmine ruby] Issue #362 has been reported by Stanislav Senotrusov.

^ Patching MRI for a larger stack?
17972 [znmeb cesmai] I've been running the Ruby Benchmark Suite, and a couple of the
17979 [matz ruby-la] MRI stack means the machine stack.  So you can't patch for a bigger
17980 [znmeb cesmai] $ ruby bm_so_ackermann.rb

^ Proposal of GC::Profiler
17973 [authorNari g] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
+ 17974 [znmeb cesmai] Excellent idea!! Now, can all the other implementers build something
| + 17982 [dev mernen.c] Good idea. My only immediate suggestion is...
| | 17983 [laurent.sans] It will be trivial to implement this in MacRuby, and I think it's
| | 17984 [znmeb cesmai] Well ... in the absence of a DTrace port to Windows and Linux, yes.
| | 17988 [authorNari g] Thank you for the many opinion.
| + 18285 [charles.nutt] JRuby already has a full complement of memory profiling tools built i=
+ 17995 [sylvain.joye] For the sake of the integration of development tools, would it not be better to
  + 18032 [authornari g] "GC::Profiler.data" is can present enough data for make external tool, I think.
  + 18253 [authornari g] ==usage

^ Determining ruby's location (Was: RUBY_ENGINE?)
17978 [drbrain segm] RubyGems needs to know the path to ruby so it can `#{ruby} extconf.rb`

^ 
17985 [ianluo63 gma] unsubscribe

^ Hex string literals [Patch]
17993 [gdefty attgl] Although a string in Ruby is defined as a sequence
18016 [gdefty attgl] Before posting the message below I thought long
+ 18017 [billk cts.co] a true core contributor here.
| 18024 [duerst it.ao] The main time when I get to use hex is for testing.
+ 18028 [nobu ruby-la] It's just 2 days.

^ Merging Ruby Enterprise Edition [Was: Re: RUBY_ENGINE?]
18007 [hongli plan9] That's easily achieved by disabling the memory allocator for unsupported

^ Improving the metaprogramming facilities of Ruby.
18008 [daniel rimsp] G'day.  I hope this is the right place to introduce this discussion,
18010 [dblack rubyp] I remembering having a similar expectation with regard to Array#[] and
18012 [daniel rimsp] Thank you for your response.

^ RUBY_BUILD, too? Re:  Re: RUBY_ENGINE?
18013 [ks kurtsteph] A RUBY_BUILD string which can arbitrarily be set by binary package maintainer

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #371] (Open) sleep() longer than expected,  ruby 1.8.7, windows XP
18015 [redmine ruby] Issue #371 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #378] (Open) rbconfig.rb:173: [BUG] Stack consistency error
18029 [redmine ruby] Issue #378 has been reported by Anonymous.
18365 [mame tsg.ne.] I duplicated the problem on openSUSE 11.0 on VMware on 32bit WindowsXP.
18366 [cschlaeger g] Thanks for tracing this down! The bug has been fixed in the Novell gcc

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #371] (Closed) sleep() longer than expected,  ruby 1.8.7, windows XP
18030 [redmine ruby] Issue #371 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ RDoc does not support the private comment for class etc in C Extension.
18031 [kouji takao7] RDoc does not support the private comment for class (or module) and

^ JRuby adding ConcurrencyError for fatal concurrent modification
18033 [charles.nutt] In order to limit or reduce the likelihood that multiple threads
18034 [matz ruby-la] If ConcurrentError is supposed to be caught, I think it should not be
18035 [charles.nutt] Hmm, that's a good point. The intention with
18054 [wilsonb gmai] What if it were a subclass of Interrupt?  The roles seem similar to
18055 [hongli plan9] Interrupt is often used to catch SIGINT. ConcurrencyError is something

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #382] (Open) Dir#tell leads to segfaults in Dir#read on win32
18041 [redmine ruby] Issue #382 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ finalizers in 1.8 no longer run after gc_sweep()
18045 [drbrain segm] This was brought up by Roger Pack in [ruby-talk:309757].
+ 18049 [charles.nutt] In most garbage collectors I know of, it's unwise to have hard
+ 18050 [nobu ruby-la] It is problematic.
  18063 [drbrain segm] Your patch works as expected, can it be committed?

^ Enumerators that know about a block
18052 [dblack rubyp] array = [1,2,3]
+ 18129 [dblack rubyp] I don't usually "bump" questions but this one got kind of drowned out
+ 18137 [shugo ruby-l] enum_for is designed to apply a block for the specified method
  18138 [dblack rubyp] Is that an actual method (I couldn't find it anywhere) or just a
  18139 [shugo ruby-l] It's just a hypothetical example.  Enumerator can't do that automatically,
  18144 [dblack rubyp] I'd rather have an enumerator that already knows both the method it
  18149 [shugo ruby-l] First of all,
  18150 [dblack rubyp] array = [1,2,3,4,5]

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #384] (Open) Net::FTP#chdir raises NoMethodError
18057 [redmine ruby] Issue #384 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #385] (Open) Net::FTP#login raises TypeErrors
18058 [redmine ruby] Issue #385 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ Equality of recursive arrays
18076 [vsizikov gma] I'm currently writing RubySpecs for all Array methods with recursive
18077 [nobu ruby-la] It means ``no more comparison can continue,'' so a <=> b
18079 [vsizikov gma] Thanks for the clarification. So, this basically means that recursive

^ We'll release 1.8.6/1.8.7 this Friday, #2
18078 [shyouhei rub] I think current 1.8.6/1.8.7 is stable than p230/p22, plus we have some
18183 [ks kurtsteph] Expect a release tomorrow?
18185 [shyouhei rub] Yes. I'll release in this 24 hours unless something terribly important
18210 [kurt cashnet] Thanks!

^ Suggestion to change Time#to_s format to an official standard
18086 [d.bussink gm] When working with the JSON gem today, I found an annoyance. It
+ 18088 [shyouhei rub] Yes, matz likes that format.
| 18089 [d.bussink gm] Well, imho RFC2822 is more human readable, mainly because locating the
+ 18090 [naruse airem] FYI, Ruby 1.9 uses different format.
+ 18091 [naruse airem] NARUSE, Yui  <naruse@airemix.jp>

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #400] (Open) Possible bug in IO#ungetc
18092 [redmine ruby] Issue #400 has been reported by Anonymous.
18093 [nobu ruby-la] It depends on the behavior of underlying stdio.  The doc should

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #400] Possible bug in IO#ungetc
18094 [redmine ruby] Issue #400 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #400] Possible bug in IO#ungetc
18095 [redmine ruby] Issue #400 has been updated by Federico Builes.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] (Open) Add support to Haiku
18110 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ module inclusion and method definitions
18112 [jeremy asynk] module M2; end
18120 [jens.wille u] as i see it, that's actually the point. when you include some module

^ Another ruby-mode.el patch: quicker here-doc detection
18113 [nex342 gmail] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #345] (Closed) 1.9 racc appears to seg fault
18118 [redmine ruby] Issue #345 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #405] (Open) ssl.rb:31: [BUG] Bus Error
18121 [redmine ruby] Issue #405 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #405] ssl.rb:31: [BUG] Bus Error
18122 [redmine ruby] Issue #405 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] Add support to Haiku
18123 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] Add support to Haiku
18125 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been updated by Olivier Coursière.

^ Ruby (interpreter) C source code
18126 [ranieri.tx g] SGkgUnVieSB0ZWFtLApJJ20gaW50ZXJlc3RlZCBpbiB0byBjb21wbGltZW50IG15ICJDb21waWxl
18141 [admin hawtho] What documentation on Ruby Internals exists is at

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #384] (Closed) Net::FTP#chdir raises NoMethodError
18127 [redmine ruby] Issue #384 has been updated by Shugo Maeda.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #385] Net::FTP#login raises TypeErrors
18128 [redmine ruby] Issue #385 has been updated by Shugo Maeda.

^ Another question about IO#ungetc
18132 [federico.bui] While studying the specs for IO#ungetc (http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/show/400
18147 [nobu ruby-la] Probably the docs are out of date.  Maybe "ungetc and

^ [PATCH] error.c (Init_Exception): Rename class "fatal" to "Fatal"
18145 [otto.hilska ] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
18146 [nobu ruby-la] Ruby scripts should not use it.
18148 [otto.hilska ] It's still available for the scripts. For example, running in Rails
18162 [nobu ruby-la] What do you mean by that error?
18174 [jeremy bitsw] It's a method which searches ObjectSpace for subclasses of a set of
+ 18180 [dev mernen.c] Considering Module#name can be overridden and constants can be redefined, I
| 18184 [shyouhei rub] ...
| 18193 [jeremy bitsw] It's definitely a fragile assumption. Maybe there's a better way.
+ 18197 [nobu ruby-la] ObjectSpace.each_object is ineffective, and Module#inherited

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] Add support to Haiku
18152 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.
18160 [nobu ruby-la] Actually, they are intermediate versions, and seems better to

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #410] (Open) base64 decode flaw
18158 [redmine ruby] Issue #410 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #385] Net::FTP#login raises TypeErrors
18159 [redmine ruby] Issue #385 has been updated by Arthur Schreiber.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #410] base64 decode flaw
18161 [redmine ruby] Issue #410 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #378] rbconfig.rb:173: [BUG] Stack consistency error
18163 [redmine ruby] Issue #378 has been updated by Thibault Normand.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] Add support to Haiku
18167 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #385] (Closed) Net::FTP#login raises TypeErrors
18169 [redmine ruby] Issue #385 has been updated by Shugo Maeda.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #410] base64 decode flaw
18170 [redmine ruby] Issue #410 has been updated by Brian Candler.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #345] 1.9 racc appears to seg fault
18171 [redmine ruby] Issue #345 has been updated by Roger Pack.
18189 [nobu ruby-la] It's different story.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #410] base64 decode flaw
18178 [redmine ruby] Issue #410 has been updated by Neal Tucker.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #410] base64 decode flaw
18179 [redmine ruby] Issue #410 has been updated by Neal Tucker.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #411] (Open) id collision in ordered map
18201 [redmine ruby] Issue #411 has been reported by Anonymous.
18218 [nobu ruby-la] It reproduced with 1.8.6 on i686-linux, but not with 1.8.7.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #411] id collision in ordered map
18205 [redmine ruby] Issue #411 has been updated by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #412] (Open) Stack length should be long
18207 [redmine ruby] Issue #412 has been reported by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #413] (Open) main() needs to return int
18208 [redmine ruby] Issue #413 has been reported by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #414] (Open) Invalid C preprocessor code
18211 [redmine ruby] Issue #414 has been reported by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #413] main() needs to return int
18213 [redmine ruby] Issue #413 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #412] Stack length should be long
18214 [redmine ruby] Issue #412 has been updated by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #414] (Closed) Invalid C preprocessor code
18215 [redmine ruby] Issue #414 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ Problems with Compiling 1.9 Trunk
18216 [admin hawtho] Core,

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #413] main() needs to return int
18217 [redmine ruby] Issue #413 has been updated by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #412] (Closed) Stack length should be long
18221 [redmine ruby] Issue #412 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Bug #382] (Closed) Dir#tell leads to segfaults in Dir#read on win32
18222 [redmine ruby] Issue #382 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ release naming consistency
18223 [ryand-ruby z] PLEASE pick a consistent naming scheme for both the tarballs and the
18225 [nobu ruby-la] Sorry, I hadn't said yugui how to make tarballs with
18229 [transfire gm] =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0ruby-1.9.0-r18217
18232 [nobu ruby-la] svn ls http://svn.ruby-lang.org/repos/ruby/tags

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #403] (Closed) Add support to Haiku
18224 [redmine ruby] Issue #403 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ First Message & BCC32 Platform
18227 [rcore_ml ong] This is my first outing on Ruby-Core, so let me start by saying hello
18416 [yugui yugui.] I'm sorry to reply your message. Later, I posted [ruby-core:18257]. The
18420 [rcore_ml ong] I'm willing to try.  Like I said, I have never done this before - so I

^ Compiling Ruby 1.9.x
18228 [admin hawtho] Sorry to repeat myself. BUT...
18231 [nobu ruby-la] configure.in requires autoconf 2.60.
18233 [admin hawtho] OK,  I will upgrade autoconf.
18234 [admin hawtho] Downloaded and installed autoconf 2-.62 --- Same Results!!

^ !.9.0 Trunk Complile Failure
18235 [admin hawtho] Core,

^ 1.9.0 Compile Problems
18236 [admin hawtho] Core,

^ Severe problem with garbage collection
18237 [lists bertra] I have a really large amount of data here and a Ruby program
+ 18238 [cremes.devli] There were several serious problems with 1.8.6-p230. Please consider
+ 18239 [mneumann nte] I'd start with looking at the changes between 1.8.6_p230 and _p111 to
+ 18242 [igal pragmat] Thanks for reporting the issue. The 1.8.6_p230 official release had a
  18243 [lists bertra] Arrgh! About two years ago I happened to unmask the Gentoo package on

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #417] (Open) pedantic warning/error in header
18240 [redmine ruby] Issue #417 has been reported by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #418] (Open) date2 library has two methods marked private unnecessarily
18241 [redmine ruby] Issue #418 has been reported by Peter Bowen.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #419] (Open) [PATCH] Hash#default_proc=
18244 [redmine ruby] Issue #419 has been reported by Giuseppe Bilotta.

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Bug #419] [PATCH] Hash#default_proc=
18245 [redmine ruby] Issue #419 has been updated by Giuseppe Bilotta.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7 - Feature #420] (Open) [PATCH] Hash#default_proc=
18246 [redmine ruby] Issue #420 has been reported by Giuseppe Bilotta.

^ Thread#priority(=) will be obsolete
18247 [ko1 atdot.ne] We are planning to make Thread#priority(=) method as obsolete method
18251 [mental rydia] Some way to reduce thread priority is important for situations like
18254 [ko1 atdot.ne] inserting sleep is not enough?
+ 18256 [billk cts.co] Interesting.  This is what we've been doing on Unix systems
+ 18489 [sylvain.joye] No. In my application (a robot control framework), I have a control thread a

^ [Ruby 1.9 - Feature #427] (Open) FileTest return values
18248 [redmine ruby] Issue #427 has been reported by Anonymous.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #212] Issues with Readline in Mac OS X
18249 [redmine ruby] Issue #212 has been updated by Kouji Takao.

^ [Ruby 1.8 - Bug #212] Issues with Readline in Mac OS X
18250 [redmine ruby] Issue #212 has been updated by Federico Builes.

^ Re: result for mget [last:10 MIME/multipart] (1/1) (ruby-core ML)
18252 [giuseppe.bil] I agree with this. I'm not sure if querying for the current priority
18255 [ko1 atdot.ne] I have no idea to achieve your issue.
18258 [giuseppe.bil] The ideal solution would be to keep Thread#priority= and map it to the
18277 [ko1 atdot.ne] That is part of 2.

^ Definition of "Support levels", 1.9.1 supported platforms and recruitment for platform maintainers
18257 [yugui yugui.] Ruby committers had the Ruby developers camp 20080811
+ 18259 [znmeb cesmai] 1. You might want to change that to "Lenny" -- I believe it will be
+ 18266 [rcore_ml ong] I do like the idea of support levels.
  18267 [matz ruby-la] Note that above support levels only cover 1.9 right now, and 1.9
  18270 [rcore_ml ong] Thanks for your email.  I hope that the work spent in getting it to run
  18271 [matz ruby-la] Embedded systems are interesting field, although I have no experience
  18274 [rcore_ml ong] Embedded systems is very much my area of work!  I come to Tokyo every

^ [Bug #419](Closed) [PATCH] Hash#default_proc=
18260 [redmine ruby] Issue #419 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Feature #420](Closed) [PATCH] Hash#default_proc=
18261 [redmine ruby] Issue #420 has been updated by Akinori MUSHA.

^ [Bug #435] open-uri.rb 407 Proxy Authentication Required (OpenURI::HTTPError)
18262 [redmine ruby] Bug #435: open-uri.rb 407 Proxy Authentication Required (OpenURI::HTTPError)

^ Am I right that this is wrong?
18263 [dblack rubyp] *     mod.instance_methods(include_super=true)   => array
+ 18268 [gregory.t.br] => true
| 18269 [dave pragpro] I agree 100%
+ 18272 [matz ruby-la] The documentation is wrong, as you say.  If many prefer the documented
  18275 [dblack rubyp] There was a discussion about this at the Ruby Hoedown. As Jim Weirich
  + 18276 [gregory.t.br] Are you suggesting keeping a boolean signature and then passing things
  | 18278 [dblack rubyp] I would actually prefer there to be separate methods for all these
  | 18279 [gregory.t.br] Separate methods would be nice.  What would you call them, though?
  | + 18280 [transfire gm] You guys don't think
  | + 18281 [dblack rubyp] Maybe stick "all_" on the beginning for the "true" version. The
  |   18283 [dave pragpro] You could use a proxy
  + 18286 [matz ruby-la] Interesting.  But in a dynamic language like Ruby, inheritance is just
    18297 [dblack rubyp] I understand, but I'll add that in practice, I find myself using

^ [Bug #436] test_list(TestThread) fails on Solaris/x64
18264 [redmine ruby] Bug #436: test_list(TestThread) fails on Solaris/x64

^ [Bug #436](Closed) test_list(TestThread) fails on Solaris/x64
18265 [redmine ruby] Issue #436 has been updated by Shugo Maeda.

^ [Bug #212] Issues with Readline in Mac OS X
18273 [redmine ruby] Issue #212 has been updated by Kouji Takao.

^ Instance methods of a class's singleton class...
18282 [dblack rubyp] => [:allocate, :new, :superclass]

^ [Feature #440] Better introspection for methods (declaring class, arity)
18288 [redmine ruby] Feature #440: Better introspection for methods (declaring class, arity)

^ [Bug #441] [PATCH] Hash#default= has wrong rdoc
18291 [redmine ruby] Bug #441: [PATCH] Hash#default= has wrong rdoc

^ [Bug #441] [PATCH] Hash#default= has wrong rdoc
18292 [redmine ruby] Issue #441 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ absolute_path() Implementation patch for 1.9 trunk
18293 [admin hawtho] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.

^ [Bug #441](Closed) [PATCH] Hash#default= has wrong rdoc
18294 [redmine ruby] Issue #441 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ Heisencallback?
18298 [dblack rubyp] class C
18299 [calamitates ] class Class
18300 [transfire gm] Not quite the same issue, but closely related... Personally, I would
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