21004-23881

20754-21474 subjects 21175-23072

^ [Bug #957] Cannot build in OSX 10.5.6 using gcc4.0.1 or gcc4.2 due to issue with readline.h
21004 [yugui yugui.] This issue was reported to redmine4ruby but it is for ruby 1.9.

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
21005 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Yasuhiro MISE.

^ [Bug #958] Cross-compile 1.9.1-rc1 fail to make install
21006 [redmine ruby] Bug #958: Cross-compile 1.9.1-rc1 fail to make install

^ [Bug #955] On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby
21007 [redmine ruby] Issue #955 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ [Bug #955] On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby
21008 [redmine ruby] Issue #955 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #955] On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby
21009 [redmine ruby] Issue #955 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ Re: Supporting Thread.critical=with native
21013 [Shri.Borde m] Thanks for the info.

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
21014 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Chauk-Mean PROUM.

^ [Bug #956] Encoding: nl_langinfo(CODESET) on cygwin 1.5 always returns US-ASCII
21015 [redmine ruby] Issue #956 has been updated by Martin Dürst.

^ make clean errors - 1.9.1 branch
21017 [gethemant gm] $ make clean
21043 [justincollin] Happens for me, too.

^ caller for all threads?
21018 [rogerpack200] being accepted to core if submitted?
21024 [brent mbari.] Roger,

^ [Bug #496] DRb.start_service(nil) is very slow
21019 [redmine ruby] Issue #496 has been updated by Hongli Lai.

^ [Bug #959] Ruby 1.9 source code does not compile when cloned from a git-svn gateway
21020 [redmine ruby] Bug #959: Ruby 1.9 source code does not compile when cloned from a git-svn gateway

^ [Bug #960] SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris
21021 [redmine ruby] Bug #960: SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris

^ [Bug #496] DRb.start_service(nil) is very slow
21022 [redmine ruby] Issue #496 has been updated by Roger Pack.
21028 [evan falling] 99.9% of the time, this is due to very slow reverse lookup. Could be

^ [Bug #961] a bug or a missleading documentation for Singleton module
21029 [redmine ruby] Bug #961: a bug or a missleading documentation for Singleton module
21031 [matz ruby-la] a,b = Klass.instance, Klass.instance

^ [Bug #961] a bug or a missleading documentation for Singleton module
21030 [redmine ruby] Issue #961 has been updated by Kornelius Kalnbach.

^ [Bug #962] Patch for Makefile rubyspec rules after 1.8/1.9 spec merge
21032 [redmine ruby] Bug #962: Patch for Makefile rubyspec rules after 1.8/1.9 spec merge

^ [Bug #963] /opt/local/lib/ruby/1.8/drb/drb.rb:852:in `initialize': getaddrinfo: nodename nor servname provided, or not known (SocketError)
21033 [redmine ruby] Bug #963: /opt/local/lib/ruby/1.8/drb/drb.rb:852:in `initialize': getaddrinfo: nodename nor servname provided, or not known (SocketError)

^ [Bug #963] /opt/local/lib/ruby/1.8/drb/drb.rb:852:in `initialize': getaddrinfo: nodename nor servname provided, or not known (SocketError)
21034 [redmine ruby] Issue #963 has been updated by Charl Matthee.

^ [Bug #959](Closed) Ruby 1.9 source code does not compile when cloned from a git-svn gateway
21035 [redmine ruby] Issue #959 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #222](Closed) Issues with Date#<=>
21037 [redmine ruby] Issue #222 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Bug #961] a bug or a missleading documentation for Singleton module
21038 [redmine ruby] Issue #961 has been updated by Daniel Luz.
21056 [matz ruby-la] Indeed. I will fix.

^ Happy new year and... moving Ruby development to Git?
21039 [michael.s.kl] Happy new year everyone.
+ 21040 [james graypr] Subversion is nice for the central repository and the wider support.
| + 21041 [brabuhr gmai] I wonder if there would be in the Ruby community any interest in
| | + 21042 [federico.bui] Vladimir Sizikov set up a MRI repository for the Rubyspec project at
| | | 21049 [michael.s.kl] And it's great and useful. The question is, if a lot of people in the
| | | + 21050 [michael.s.kl] Ok, other than Ryan Davis' RubyParser and Flay, but I believe Ryan
| | | + 21053 [znmeb cesmai] You'd have to ask them that. Given the sheer number of Ruby core =20
| | | | 21068 [matz ruby-la] We already set up quite a few tools around Subversion, so we need to
| | | | + 21069 [flo andersgr] In addition to that, I want to mention that Windows support of GIT is
| | | | | + 21070 [luislavena g] T24gRnJpLCBKYW4gMiwgMjAwOSBhdCAxMjoxOCBQTSwgRmxvcmlhbiBHaWxjaGVyIDxmbG9AYW5k
| | | | | | + 21073 [meta pobox.c] Git is currently the flavor of the month. It's getting adopted for reasons
| | | | | | | + 21074 [halostatue g] I'm playing with both git and hg for some side projects; so far, I'm
| | | | | | | + 21075 [charles.nutt] I'm not as negative about git, since for my limited scm-fu hg and git
| | | | | | | | 21081 [stephen.bann] I have enjoyed learning about and using git. I find it very fast.
| | | | | | | + 21078 [eustaquioran] I'm a CVS user who was not seduced enough to migrate my projects to
| | | | | | | | + 21079 [mike.gold.44] The blog you cited makes no sense to me.  I would respond there, but I
| | | | | | | | + 21101 [znmeb cesmai] I am remembering a line from AWDR -- something about everything being
| | | | | | | |   + 21102 [now bitwi.se] How quickly history gets distorted.  Please see
| | | | | | | |   | 21104 [znmeb cesmai] Even before the events described in the Wikipedia article, there were
| | | | | | | |   | + 21105 [now bitwi.se] Seriously, you distorted the history of Git.  Whether or not the
| | | | | | | |   | + 21106 [giuseppe.bil] Sorry but I seriously fail to see what exactly makes git specifically
| | | | | | | |   |   21114 [vjoel path.b] Perl Migrates To the Git Version Control System
| | | | | | | |   |   + 21115 [meta pobox.c] Yes, we should definitely take advice on working practices from the people
| | | | | | | |   |   | 21116 [michael.s.kl] If you read the post, it was Perl 5 that moved to Git.
| | | | | | | |   |   | + 21122 [now bitwi.se] I'd say, with the same conviction that everyone else posting on this
| | | | | | | |   |   | + 21169 [meta pobox.c] Well, in that case... We should definitely take advice on working practices
| | | | | | | |   |   |   21195 [luislavena g] es
| | | | | | | |   |   + 21132 [michael.s.kl] MK
| | | | | | | |   |     21134 [djberg96 gma] I have this odd feeling they're going to pick Mercurial over Git.
| | | | | | | |   |     21136 [radek.bulat ] Very nice approach to make a switch (look at the comparison!). I think
| | | | | | | |   |     21138 [michael.s.kl] Ruby needs PEP like process badly for virtually anything, but it is a =20=
| | | | | | | |   + 21103 [eustaquioran] Yeah, I know the history. Btw, Is a good one on how making the things
| | | | | | | |   + 21159 [Thomas.Enebo] [Off-topic but the drama of the BitKeeper wars compells me]
| | | | | | | + 21084 [michael.s.kl] Please don't turn it into "bzr vs git" or "svn vs git" flame war.
| | | | | | + 21126 [flo andersgr] - -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
| | | | | |   21129 [meinrad.rech] [1]: Yes, I also tried the msysgit, which is even worse.
| | | | | |   21130 [luislavena g] T24gTW9uLCBKYW4gNSwgMjAwOSBhdCA4OjA4IEFNLCBNZWlucmFkIFJlY2hlaXMKPG1laW5yYWQu
| | | | | |   + 21139 [meinrad.rech] No, it floods the screen with prompts without waiting for input. Its a bug
| | | | | |   + 21149 [znmeb cesmai] Well, the whole "Ruby on Windows" discussion probably needs its own
| | | | | |     + 21150 [james graypr] Github will usually raise the limit for open source projects.  All we
| | | | | |     + 21151 [tommy.morgan] It's hard to say, but it looks like Github did the official perl mirror pro
| | | | | + 21119 [robert.dober] I never had any issues with Mercurial between my Windoze and Linux
| | | | + 21086 [giuseppe.bil] I don't know how much free time I will have in the following days, but
| | | + 21054 [federico.bui] Just for the record, I totally agree with you on this. I think that the
| | + 21044 [hongli plan9] We have a read-only Git mirror set up at git://git.phusion.nl/ruby.git
| | + 21048 [michael.s.kl] MK
| + 21051 [michael.s.kl] True, but I still think there is a barrier about "what is official".
+ 21046 [znmeb cesmai] I'm really not an expert on revision control systems, but just off the =20
+ 21052 [jim.weirich ] Rake switched to git during the Ruby Hoedown (while I was sitting
+ 21080 [drbrain segm] My experience working on Rubinius lead me to believe that git wants to
  + 21082 [charles.nutt] I tend to feel about git the same way I feel about Linux. They're both
  + 21083 [now bitwi.se] Enough with the comments without actual substance already.  This is
    + 21085 [hongli plan9] I think being a fashion is good enough reason to adopt Git over another
    + 21089 [michael.s.kl] I use Git and Mercurial every day: Git for work and open source
    | + 21090 [giuseppe.bil] A short note to say that I share an opinion with most of what you said
    | | 21091 [jameskilton ] Just want to reiterate something that more people need to realize.
    | | + 21092 [semmons99 gm] I just wanted to say, I have been using git with windows on a daily basis
    | | + 21111 [marcelo hype] Me too. GitHub is a great tool, but git is very hard to use in beginning.
    | + 21100 [znmeb cesmai] I use Komodo as my main IDE. It has full support for Perforce, CVS and
    | + 21147 [pbrannan atd] The bigger problem with keeping separate copies of each branch is that
    |   + 21153 [michael.s.kl] If you do a lot of work on multiple branches, yes. I am not sure how
    |   + 21156 [flo andersgr] Darcs still has no concept of branches. I quite like that. It gives a =20=
    |     21157 [giuseppe.bil] Although I've never used darcs, the inability to properly handle
    |     21158 [flo andersgr] I'm on the "i don't want to think to much about it" or "lazy bastard" =20=
    |     21197 [giuseppe.bil] Me too.
    |     + 21215 [sylvain.joye] I can tell you that it is the case. I have actually been scared away from git
    |     + 21218 [flo andersgr] Nothing really special, just that it flows nicely and is the default =20
    |       21219 [giuseppe.bil] As I said, I haven't used darcs, but it being the default way of
    |       21220 [michael.s.kl] Imagine that in git all the commands that take -i switch (commit,
    + 21160 [drbrain segm] I think I'm entitled to an opinion on the subject because I am a
      21165 [sylvain.joye] Of course, but the experience of being a non-committer who still tries
      + 21166 [flo andersgr] I don't know about you specific problems with that, but SVN 1.5 knows =20=
      + 21170 [brent mbari.] +1
      | + 21171 [vjoel path.b] It comes with a tutorial and manual, which are not too bad. I'm getting
      | + 21174 [james graypr] James Edward Gray II
      |   21200 [pbrannan atd] Proxy Error
      |   21201 [james graypr] The links seems to work for me right now.  I'm not super what's up
      |   21204 [pbrannan atd] Working for me now too, thanks. :)
      + 21178 [matz ruby-la] As far as I believe issues and patches posted Redmine need not to
        + 21186 [sylvain.joye] I'm not seeing a committer update 100+ lines of code that are 6 to 12
        + 21189 [michael.s.kl] Matz,
        | 21191 [giuseppe.bil] I'm not Matz, but I would say that an official git mirror of the svn
        | 21192 [michael.s.kl] There are already read-only mirrors. They make little sense: the
        | 21193 [giuseppe.bil] Sorry, I don't agree. Having one single official mirror of the ruby
        + 21190 [giuseppe.bil] Of course, git makes the work easier for the committers too (git
          21199 [james graypr] Fixed.

^ [Bug #965] make clean errors - 1.9.1 branch
21045 [redmine ruby] Bug #965: make clean errors - 1.9.1 branch

^ [Bug #965](Closed) make clean errors - 1.9.1 branch
21055 [redmine ruby] Issue #965 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Feature #966] String#[] should accept (Regexp, String) args so named groups can be used
21057 [redmine ruby] Feature #966: String#[] should accept (Regexp, String) args so named groups can be used

^ Re: Definable != is a Bad Thing???
21058 [kbloom gmail] It's for doing things with builders, where you care about knowing
21064 [dev mernen.c] What I personally don't like about this is that it gives you a false
21065 [murphy rubyc] the problem is short-circuit evaluation, I guess. this one should not
+ 21067 [dev mernen.c] Yes, and that's pretty hard to solve in a strict evaluation language
| 21076 [murphy rubyc] Article.find :all, :conditions => (:price >= 6) & !:sold_out?
+ 21121 [robert.dober] You sure could
| 21125 [murphy rubyc] mmh...the problem is, if you assign to a new local variable inside the
| 21223 [robert.dober] Does it have it's own scope?
| 21224 [murphy rubyc] class MyTrue
| 21694 [murphy rubyc] We might be using the new != operator in AmberVM, a Ruby interpreter
+ 21208 [JoergWMittag] <https://JoergWMittag.GitHub.Com/b001e/>.
  21212 [dev mernen.c] We're going way off the original topic, but actually, there is: make

^ [Bug #967] Results of const_missing are being cached incorrectly
21059 [redmine ruby] Bug #967: Results of const_missing are being cached incorrectly

^ [Bug #960] SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris
21060 [redmine ruby] Issue #960 has been updated by Yusuke Endoh.

^ [Bug #960] SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris
21062 [redmine ruby] Issue #960 has been updated by Dae San Hwang.

^ [Bug #969] EOFError when doing net/http post with large body
21063 [redmine ruby] Bug #969: EOFError when doing net/http post with large body

^ [Bug #960](Closed) SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris
21066 [redmine ruby] Issue #960 has been updated by Yusuke Endoh.

^ [Bug #955](Closed) On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby
21071 [redmine ruby] Issue #955 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ Re: Definable != is a Bad Thing?
21077 [pbrannan atd] In ruby-libjit I define == operator on JIT types to emit an eq
21120 [robert.dober] I just looked at a very nice talk about "How Ruby Can Run Fast" by,

^ [Feature #971] Reinstate RubyVM::InstructionSequence::load
21087 [redmine ruby] Feature #971: Reinstate RubyVM::InstructionSequence::load
21406 [ko1 atdot.ne] You can write an extension in C with "ruby_iseq_load()".
21407 [ko1 atdot.ne] Why "ruby_" instead of "rb_"?  This function is for C Extension or ruby

^ [Bug #960] SIGINT signal is not handled properly on OpenSolaris
21088 [redmine ruby] Issue #960 has been updated by Dae San Hwang.

^ [patch] small cleanup + changes for observer lib
21093 [tim stokman.] I needed to add a small utility method to the observer library. I

^ [Bug #975] ruby curses extension does not support multibyte characters
21094 [redmine ruby] Bug #975: ruby curses extension does not support multibyte characters
21095 [matz ruby-la] As far as I know, ncursesw is NOT a drop-in replacement.  It has whole
21099 [hramrach cen] Yes.

^ [Bug #976] extension not rebuilt when extconf.rb is modified
21096 [redmine ruby] Bug #976: extension not rebuilt when extconf.rb is modified

^ [Bug #977] caller for all threads patch
21097 [redmine ruby] Bug #977: caller for all threads patch
23760 [ko1 atdot.ne] I made a patch to Thread#caller(lev=1).  It may be more flexible than
+ 23761 [hongli plan9] The ability to see all running threads' backtraces, without needing a
| 23762 [ko1 atdot.ne] def caller_for_all_thread
+ 23763 [rockyb rubyf] One thing I think might be cool is rather than raising an error for a
| 23764 [ko1 atdot.ne] Check the following code.
| 23765 [rockyb rubyf] I'm not sure I understand. The part I was responding to is the code in the
| 23778 [ko1 atdot.ne] I had misunderstood your suggestion.  At first, you should suggest the
+ 23777 [rogerdpack g] I really like it.
  23783 [ko1 atdot.ne] Thank you for your notice.
  23787 [rogerdpack g] That sounds better.  Then the semantics for caller never change.  So
  23812 [ko1 atdot.ne] No.  Same as Exception#backtrace.
  23881 [matz ruby-la] I see no problem.

^ [Bug #977] caller for all threads patch
21098 [redmine ruby] Issue #977 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #976](Closed) extension not rebuilt when extconf.rb is modified
21107 [redmine ruby] Issue #976 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #956](Closed) Encoding: nl_langinfo(CODESET) on cygwin 1.5 always returns US-ASCII
21108 [redmine ruby] Issue #956 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #951](Closed) "make DESTDIR=... install" creates dirs outside DESTDIR
21109 [redmine ruby] Issue #951 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #956](Open) Encoding: nl_langinfo(CODESET) on cygwin 1.5 always returns US-ASCII
21110 [redmine ruby] Issue #956 has been updated by Martin Dürst.

^ [Bug #951] "make DESTDIR=... install" creates dirs outside DESTDIR
21112 [redmine ruby] Issue #951 has been updated by Luis Lavena.
21127 [nobu ruby-la] And 1.8.7.  Also, it's backported to 1.8.6 at patchlevel 127.
21131 [luislavena g] T24gTW9uLCBKYW4gNSwgMjAwOSBhdCA3OjU3IEFNLCBOb2J1eW9zaGkgTmFrYWRhIDxub2J1QHJ1

^ [Bug #979] Kernel#srand documentation is misleading
21113 [redmine ruby] Bug #979: Kernel#srand documentation is misleading
21123 [matz ruby-la] I will update the doc.

^ [Bug #980] Requiring erb produces two warnings in 1.9.1-RC1
21117 [redmine ruby] Bug #980: Requiring erb produces two warnings in 1.9.1-RC1

^ First whack at thread safe Containers
21118 [robert.dober] Charly suggested thread safe containers some weeks ago. I finally
21133 [charles.nutt] Looks good to me at a glance, but obviously Mentalguy is probably the
21154 [robert.dober] Thanx but the contrary is true too, nevertheless that sounds like a

^ To git or not to git (was: Re:  Re: Happy new year and... moving Ruby development to Git?
21124 [duerst it.ao] First, happy New Year to everybody.
21128 [giuseppe.bil] And to you too.

^ private_class_method equivalent for C extensions?
21135 [djberg96 gma] Is there a function or macro equivalent of private_class_method within a

^ String marshalling and Marshal version numbers
21137 [chneukirchen] => "1.8.6"
21162 [matz ruby-la] Marshal versions are not to ensure string equivalence, but readability

^ Re: PEP for Ruby? (was: Happy new year and... moving Ruby development to Git?)
21140 [tommy.morgan] What is it that's prevented an 'REP' from being established? I've seen the above
+ 21141 [flo andersgr] Ruby had something called RCR (Ruby Change Request)[1]. I can't tell =20
+ 21142 [michael.s.kl] I think that if someone puts together a small merb app or rack app or =20=
| + 21143 [flo andersgr] Why so big? Ruby already uses Redmine (http://redmine.ruby-lang.org), =20=
| + 21163 [duerst it.ao] Very well put. Also, the whole PEP business doesn't exactly match
+ 21145 [znmeb cesmai] There have been a couple of attempts at something like this for the
  21148 [michael.s.kl] Obviously Python development discussions take place on python-dev the

^ REP1: Migration to Git for version control
21144 [michael.s.kl] Thanks to Florian for pointing to Redmine actually having a wiki that
+ 21146 [michael.s.kl] No longer true, so ignore this line and focus on the proposal page in
+ 21152 [flo andersgr] Thanks for the flowers ;).
  21155 [michael.s.kl] How about just adding one more section? I followed PEP structure with

^ [Bug #985] profile lib + iterator => 'NULL pointer given' (ArgumentError)
21161 [redmine ruby] Bug #985: profile lib + iterator => 'NULL pointer given' (ArgumentError)
21183 [matz ruby-la] The direct reason is that rb_sourcefile() returns NULL.  The attached

^ [Bug #986] RDoc crashes while generating HTML after parsing a Ruby DSL.
21164 [redmine ruby] Bug #986: RDoc crashes while generating HTML after parsing a Ruby DSL.

^ [Bug #907] Various system() and backticks problems on Windows
21167 [redmine ruby] Issue #907 has been updated by James M. Lawrence.
21417 [nobu ruby-la] Yes.
21421 [jdeville mic] COMSPEC is still cmd by default. Win7 doesn't change that even though Power=

^ [Bug #986] RDoc crashes while generating HTML after parsing a Ruby DSL.
21168 [redmine ruby] Issue #986 has been updated by Daniel Berger.

^ [PATCH] Update to MBARI patches on 1.8.7-p72
21172 [brent mbari.] The MBARI7 patch provides detailed build-time configuration control over
+ 21173 [sylvain.joye] Thanks Brent for this work.
| + 21184 [brent mbari.] Sylvain,
| | 21188 [sylvain.joye] You should read commit messages when someone points you to one ;-)
| + 21198 [michael.s.kl] "I did a patch from your patch, here is my new patch =20
+ 21216 [fankai gmail] SGksIEJyZW50CgogICBJIGNhbid0IGNvbXBpbGUgcnVieSB3aXRoIE1CQVJJNy4KCiAgQ1BVOiBB
  21217 [sylvain.joye] It is not that it does not compile, but that the patched interpreter is broken
  21222 [brent mbari.] Robbin,
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