23043-23474

22804-23058 subjects 23241-29032

^ [Bug #418] date2 library has two methods marked private unnecessarily
23043 [redmine ruby] Issue #418 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.

^ [Bug #1321] syck does not escape a plain scalar that starts with `
23045 [redmine ruby] Bug #1321: syck does not escape a plain scalar that starts with `

^ Back to ruby19.dll
23046 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.

^ [Bug #1266](Closed) relative_path broken on windows
23047 [redmine ruby] Issue #1266 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1266] relative_path broken on windows
23048 [redmine ruby] Issue #1266 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ Extending binding and set_trace_func in 1.9
23049 [rockyb rubyf] It's been quiet in ruby-core.

^ [Bug #1322] define_method scope bug
23050 [redmine ruby] Bug #1322: define_method scope bug

^ [Bug #1323] Sockets broken on windows
23051 [redmine ruby] Bug #1323: Sockets broken on windows

^ [Bug #1324] Imap Tests hanging
23052 [redmine ruby] Bug #1324: Imap Tests hanging

^ [Bug #1325] fiber tests kill windows
23053 [redmine ruby] Bug #1325: fiber tests kill windows

^ [Bug #1326] Failing unit tests on windows
23054 [redmine ruby] Bug #1326: Failing unit tests on windows
23059 [james graypr] I've tried committing a fix for these.  Can you tell me if they run OK

^ [Bug #1327] CSV unit test failures on windows
23060 [redmine ruby] Bug #1327: CSV unit test failures on windows
23069 [james graypr] I guess this was harder than I thought.
23071 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.

^ Re: Failing unit tests on windows
23061 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.

^ [Bug #1331] YAML misformats hash with ruby object as key
23062 [redmine ruby] Bug #1331: YAML misformats hash with ruby object as key

^ [Bug #1332] Reading file on Windows is 500x slower then with previous Ruby version
23063 [redmine ruby] Bug #1332: Reading file on Windows is 500x slower then with previous Ruby version

^ What all does -U do?
23064 [james graypr] The -U switch isn't listed in Ruby's help (-h).
23101 [james graypr] As near as I can tell from various tests, it only affects

^ [Bug #1261] cross-compiling Ruby extensions using mkmf doesn't fully respect DESTDIR
23065 [redmine ruby] Issue #1261 has been updated by Daniel Golle.

^ Rubyspec - Google Summer of Code
23066 [federico.bui] (This message is being sent to several lists, I apologize if you get more than

^ [Bug #1334] ruby-1.9.1-p0 cannot install libs to /usr/lib/ruby/1.9 anymore with --program-suffix
23067 [redmine ruby] Bug #1334: ruby-1.9.1-p0 cannot install libs to /usr/lib/ruby/1.9 anymore with --program-suffix

^ [Bug #1327] CSV unit test failures on windows
23070 [redmine ruby] Issue #1327 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Bug #1335] RubyGems 1.3.1 gem method will load all gems beginning with the given name
23074 [redmine ruby] Bug #1335: RubyGems 1.3.1 gem method will load all gems beginning with the given name
23079 [ryand-ruby z] If I understand you correctly, it isn't the gem command, it is ruby

^ [Bug #1336] Change in string representation of Floats
23075 [redmine ruby] Bug #1336: Change in string representation of Floats
23076 [nobu ruby-la] Yes.
23077 [brixen gmail] Where was this discussed and what was the reason for changing it?
23078 [ryand-ruby z] ...
23084 [brixen gmail] This is more "what it does" than why it was changed. Why was it needed?

^ [Bug #1340] Demo
23081 [redmine ruby] Bug #1340: Demo

^ [Bug #1341] pthread_cond_timedwait failing in 1.9.1-p0 thread tests
23082 [redmine ruby] Bug #1341: pthread_cond_timedwait failing in 1.9.1-p0 thread tests

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23083 [redmine ruby] Bug #1342: signal handling on HP-UX

^ [Bug #1340] Demo
23085 [redmine ruby] Issue #1340 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23086 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.
23099 [nobu ruby-la] Is it an ia64 specific issue?

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23087 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23088 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1340] Demo
23089 [redmine ruby] Issue #1340 has been updated by Joshua Ballanco.

^ [Bug #1343] lib/rdoc/markup/simple_markup/ is empty
23090 [redmine ruby] Bug #1343: lib/rdoc/markup/simple_markup/ is empty

^ [Bug #1340] Demo
23091 [redmine ruby] Issue #1340 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Feature #1193] Justified Error Messages
23092 [redmine ruby] Issue #1193 has been updated by Simon Chiang.

^ [Bug #1295] SEGFAULT in RHEL 4
23093 [redmine ruby] Issue #1295 has been updated by Diego Suárez García.

^ [Bug #1344] sleep(0) sleeps forever on Mac OSX 10.4
23094 [redmine ruby] Bug #1344: sleep(0) sleeps forever on Mac OSX 10.4
23100 [nobu ruby-la] Seems only on OS X 10.4.  It worked fine on 10.5.

^ [Bug #1345] Ruby 1.9.1-p0 is incomatible with linux distributions that do not have NPTL thearding enabled.
23095 [redmine ruby] Bug #1345: Ruby 1.9.1-p0 is incomatible with linux distributions that do not have NPTL thearding enabled.

^ [Bug #1346] Linkage errors compiling C++ extension with VC8
23096 [redmine ruby] Bug #1346: Linkage errors compiling C++ extension with VC8

^ [Feature #1081] add File::write() convenience method
23097 [redmine ruby] Issue #1081 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #1347] example in getoptlong.rb uses rdoc/usage which no longer exists
23098 [redmine ruby] Bug #1347: example in getoptlong.rb uses rdoc/usage which no longer exists

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23102 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23103 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1348] Crash in library under Ruby 1.9.1
23104 [redmine ruby] Bug #1348: Crash in library under Ruby 1.9.1
23105 [nobu ruby-la] 0x22 and 0xc are T_DATA in 1.8 and 1.9 respectively.  You seem

^ [Bug #1347] example in getoptlong.rb uses rdoc/usage which no longer exists
23106 [redmine ruby] Issue #1347 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Bug #1347](Closed) example in getoptlong.rb uses rdoc/usage which no longer exists
23107 [redmine ruby] Issue #1347 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #863] Openssl issues with fresh compile on Ubuntu
23108 [redmine ruby] Issue #863 has been updated by Chad Woolley.

^ [Bug #1348] Crash in library under Ruby 1.9.1
23109 [redmine ruby] Issue #1348 has been updated by Nate Wiger.

^ File.executable? always returns false on Windows machine
23110 [Shri.Borde m] On my machine, File.executable? is always returning false. I have tried 1.8=

^ Re: [ruby-cvs:30347] Ruby:r23129 (trunk): * lib/irb/completion.rb (IRB::InputCompletor::Operators): Add
23111 [knu iDaemons] I've just made a commit to ruby-mode.el as below, for the first time

^ [Feature #1349] Net::SMTP open_message and send_message always require from_addr, *to_addrs
23112 [redmine ruby] Feature #1349: Net::SMTP open_message and send_message always require from_addr, *to_addrs

^ [Bug #1350] gem method with version dependency fails
23113 [redmine ruby] Bug #1350: gem method with version dependency fails

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23114 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1351] Net::HTTP - set_form_data no longer allows symbols as keys.
23115 [redmine ruby] Bug #1351: Net::HTTP - set_form_data no longer allows symbols as keys.

^ [Bug #1336] Change in string representation of Floats
23116 [redmine ruby] Issue #1336 has been updated by Roger Pack.
23118 [brixen gmail] It's not an issue of float precision. It is an issue of representation
+ 23120 [charles.nutt] Except that it was all a lie.
| 23143 [gus progress] Increasing the precision will not make any difference.
| 23145 [akr fsij.org] No numbers in base 2 cannot be represented exactly in base 10.
+ 23123 [brent mbari.] I have to agree with Brian on this.
| 23126 [dev mernen.c] Actually, as I explained earlier, Python has str() (parallel to Ruby's
+ 23128 [mame tsg.ne.] I agree with Brian.
  23129 [zznmeb gmail] Neither behavior demonstrated above is "incorrect". What is incorrect

^ [Feature #1352] Patch: Added missing TRACK method to lib/net/http.rb
23117 [redmine ruby] Feature #1352: Patch: Added missing TRACK method to lib/net/http.rb

^ internal_encoding() and write()
23119 [james graypr] I'm I correct that internal_encoding isn't needed at all when writing =20=
23121 [naruse airem] Yes, the internal encoding for writing is the encoding of String.
23122 [james graypr] Thank you.

^ [Bug #1350] gem method with version dependency fails
23124 [redmine ruby] Issue #1350 has been updated by Simon Haydon.

^ [Bug #1350] gem method with version dependency fails
23125 [redmine ruby] Issue #1350 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Bug #1354] stacktrace on ppc
23127 [redmine ruby] Bug #1354: stacktrace on ppc

^ [Bug #1355] -O3 deemed uncessary
23130 [redmine ruby] Bug #1355: -O3 deemed uncessary

^ [Bug #1356] Be consistent in function declarations
23131 [redmine ruby] Bug #1356: Be consistent in function declarations

^ [Bug #1357] Fixing variables into specific CPU registers deemed overrated & may disturb compilers' optimizers
23132 [redmine ruby] Bug #1357: Fixing variables into specific CPU registers deemed overrated & may disturb compilers' optimizers
23136 [nobu ruby-la] Does it have a macro to tell if it's clang/llvm?

^ [Bug #1355] -O3 deemed uncessary
23133 [redmine ruby] Issue #1355 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Backport #1268](Closed) Test fix not backported from trunk to ruby_1_8
23134 [redmine ruby] Issue #1268 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Bug #1355] -O3 deemed uncessary
23135 [redmine ruby] Issue #1355 has been updated by Ollivier Robert.

^ [Bug #1357] Fixing variables into specific CPU registers deemed overrated & may disturb compilers' optimizers
23137 [redmine ruby] Issue #1357 has been updated by Ollivier Robert.
23146 [nobu ruby-la] Also __GNUC__ and __i386__?

^ [Feature #1045] nicer icon for ruby.exe
23138 [redmine ruby] Issue #1045 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Bug #1355](Closed) -O3 deemed uncessary
23139 [redmine ruby] Issue #1355 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Feature #1358] net/http has no TRACK method - here's a patch
23140 [redmine ruby] Feature #1358: net/http has no TRACK method - here's a patch

^ [Feature #1358] net/http has no TRACK method - here's a patch
23141 [redmine ruby] Issue #1358 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Feature #1358] net/http has no TRACK method - here's a patch
23142 [redmine ruby] Issue #1358 has been updated by Bruno Antunes.

^ Running ruby1.9 bytecode
23144 [jcoglan goog] Originally posted to Ruby Talk, trying my luck here to see if it gets a
23147 [daniel boven] You can at least load bytecode directly, transform ruby to bytecode and at

^ [Bug #1361] Configure fails to recognize the absence of bison
23148 [redmine ruby] Bug #1361: Configure fails to recognize the absence of bison
23149 [nobu ruby-la] Why do you need to make parse.c, which is included in the

^ 1.8.8 warning with Array("string")
23150 [drbrain segm] I've been using Array(obj) to ensure the obj is an Array.  With 1.8.8
23151 [ruby-ml kitt] Yes, it should follow to_ary? -> to_a? -> [obj].
23163 [james graypr] I agree.

^ JRuby on Rails on Google App Engine
23152 [ola.bini gma] As you might have heard, Google has released support for Java on App Engine.
23153 [jeremymcanal] That's awesome.  I'm definitely giving this a second look now...

^ [Bug #1363] Wrong value for Hash of NaN
23154 [redmine ruby] Bug #1363: Wrong value for Hash of NaN
23423 [nobu ruby-la] It's easy to make them unique as key, I'm not sure which is
23425 [matz ruby-la] Two NaN values are not equal with each other by definition, in that
23427 [shyouhei rub] This is an OpenPGP/MIME signed message (RFC 2440 and 3156)
23434 [matz ruby-la] Using float values as hash keys should be strongly discouraged,
23437 [martindemell] Personally, I would love to see floats prohibited as hash keys, with
23438 [vjoel path.b] By composite objects, you mean arrays, rather than instances of
23441 [martindemell] Yeah, I meant arrays of floats, and arrays of arrays of floats etc.

^ ENC_CODERANGE_7BIT is a bad optimisation
23155 [B.Candler po] In my opinion, ENC_CODERANGE_7BIT is a bad optimisation. Unless it is

^ [Backport #1127](Closed) error while compiling Win32API under MinGW
23156 [redmine ruby] Issue #1127 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Backport #725](Closed) Synchronized block in finalizer-method results in deadlock/ crash of the interpreter
23157 [redmine ruby] Issue #725 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ Inconsistent behaviour of String#strip
23158 [B.Candler po] irb(main):003:0> a = "\xa0".force_encoding("ISO-8859-1")

^ Problem with ri after updating
23159 [B.Candler po] previous ruby 1.9.1p0 build from SVN using
23167 [drbrain segm] Have you run make (install-)doc multiple times from this checkout?

^ [Bug #1364] /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.9.1/rexml/text.rb:375: [BUG] Segmentation fault
23160 [redmine ruby] Bug #1364: /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.9.1/rexml/text.rb:375: [BUG] Segmentation fault

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23161 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1342] signal handling on HP-UX
23162 [redmine ruby] Issue #1342 has been updated by Graham Agnew.

^ [Bug #1366] Pathname#relative_path_from should handle the scenario where the argument uses a different case for the Windows drive letter
23164 [redmine ruby] Bug #1366: Pathname#relative_path_from should handle the scenario where the argument uses a different case for the Windows drive letter

^ FW: Case of drive letter
23165 [Shri.Borde m] I have opened http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/show/1366 to track this i=

^ [Feature #578] add method to disassemble Proc objects
23166 [redmine ruby] Issue #578 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #1367] flatten(0) is not consistent with flatten(), flatten(1), etc.
23168 [redmine ruby] Bug #1367: flatten(0) is not consistent with flatten(), flatten(1), etc.
23207 [schouery gma] static VALUE

^ [Bug #1368] ruby19 trunk (svn revision 23160) build fails compiling dl ext on win32
23169 [redmine ruby] Bug #1368: ruby19 trunk (svn revision 23160) build fails compiling dl ext on win32

^ [Bug #1369] Typo in NKF rdoc
23170 [redmine ruby] Bug #1369: Typo in NKF rdoc

^ [Bug #1369](Closed) Typo in NKF rdoc
23171 [redmine ruby] Issue #1369 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #1366](Assigned) Pathname#relative_path_from should handle the scenario where the argument uses a different case for the Windows drive letter
23172 [redmine ruby] Issue #1366 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1370] in `glob': invalid byte sequence in UTF-8
23173 [redmine ruby] Bug #1370: in `glob': invalid byte sequence in UTF-8

^ [Feature #1371] FTPS Implicit
23174 [redmine ruby] Feature #1371: FTPS Implicit

^ [Bug #1372] Kernel.catch not accepting &block
23175 [redmine ruby] Bug #1372: Kernel.catch not accepting &block
23177 [ko1 atdot.ne] Proc object generated by lambda method is checked argument number

^ [Bug #1373] Typo in Time rdoc
23176 [redmine ruby] Bug #1373: Typo in Time rdoc

^ [Bug #1373](Closed) Typo in Time rdoc
23178 [redmine ruby] Issue #1373 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #1336] Change in string representation of Floats
23179 [redmine ruby] Issue #1336 has been updated by Roger Pack.
+ 23180 [nobu ruby-la] I had another thought, Float#to_s could take an optional
| 23182 [brent mbari.] Your latter example seems quite nice.
+ 23181 [brent mbari.] I'd prefer that Float#to_s => rounded, Float#inspect => non rounded
  23186 [matz ruby-la] I see several people who prefer that way.  Could you elaborate the
  23187 [brent mbari.] Perhaps I'm not understanding the question.
  23188 [matz ruby-la] to_s for arrays and hashes are changed in 1.9.
  + 23189 [brent mbari.] I'm not sure I understand the difference between "mere string" and "human
  | 23199 [matz ruby-la] I agree with it.  My opinion is that IF we need to get regenerating
  | + 23200 [charles.nutt] Well put. This is what I tried to get across in my too-long response.
  | + 23201 [gwtmp01 mac.] I don't think it is even possible unless you introduce binary (or
  |   23202 [shyouhei rub] No that's not the only one.  Take a look at [ruby-core:23145].  You can reach
  |   23206 [gwtmp01 mac.] Thanks for that pointer.  I see what you mean.
  |   23221 [ shot hot.pl] These actually aren=E2=80=99t =3D=3D, eql? nor equal?
  |   + 23222 [dev mernen.c] I don't see a reason for literals, though every now and then I've
  |   + 23223 [gwtmp01 mac.] I wasn't very clear.  My point was that you have to do two tests to =20
  |     23224 [neleai sezna] I can test normaly.
  |     23240 [gwtmp01 mac.] Well now you are creating a instance of -Infinity or Infinity in order
  + 23191 [ruby-ml kitt] I think I am in agreement, but I  would like to amend the
    23203 [ryand-ruby z] I agree with this and thought/hoped that was the original intent of

^ String Escapes and Encoding
23183 [james graypr] I'm trying to document the affects of escapes like \x and \u on String
23184 [naruse airem] Yes, right.
23185 [james graypr] Thank you.  This was very helpful.

^ [Bug #1376] inline symbols/fixnums in a case expression do not honor an overwritten #=== method
23190 [redmine ruby] Bug #1376: inline symbols/fixnums in a case expression do not honor an overwritten #=== method

^ [Bug #1376] inline symbols/fixnums in a case expression do not honor an overwritten #=== method
23192 [redmine ruby] Issue #1376 has been updated by Heesob Park.

^ Regexp Encoding
23193 [james graypr] I'm trying to document the Encoding Regexp objects receive for the =20
23196 [naruse airem] There are /e (EUC-JP) and /s (Windows-31J).
23197 [james graypr] I'm sorry, but I don't think I understood this.  I tried to check it =20
23204 [naruse airem] irb(main):005:0> Regexp::IGNORECASE
23205 [james graypr] I understand now.  Thank you very much for the explanation.

^ [Feature #1377] Please provide constant File::NOATIME
23194 [redmine ruby] Feature #1377: Please provide constant File::NOATIME

^ [Feature #1377] Please provide constant File::NOATIME
23195 [redmine ruby] Issue #1377 has been updated by Johan Walles.

^ [Bug #1336] Change in string representation of Floats
23198 [redmine ruby] Issue #1336 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #1381] Confusing Encoding Error
23208 [redmine ruby] Bug #1381: Confusing Encoding Error

^ [Bug #634] Time parsing works in 1.8 but not 1.9
23209 [redmine ruby] Issue #634 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #1382] inline functions ought to be static
23210 [redmine ruby] Bug #1382: inline functions ought to be static
23474 [ruby-ml kitt] I think strictly speaking the problem is the declaration

^ [Bug #1367] flatten(0) is not consistent with flatten(), flatten(1), etc.
23211 [redmine ruby] Issue #1367 has been updated by Paul Lewis.
23214 [schouery gma] I thought about that too.
23215 [mame tsg.ne.] Thank you, but I've just fixed in r23191.

^ [Bug #1381] Confusing Encoding Error
23212 [redmine ruby] Issue #1381 has been updated by Tatsuhiro UJIHISA.

^ [Bug #1367](Closed) flatten(0) is not consistent with flatten(), flatten(1), etc.
23213 [redmine ruby] Issue #1367 has been updated by Yusuke Endoh.

^ [Bug #1322] define_method scope bug
23216 [redmine ruby] Issue #1322 has been updated by coderrr ..

^ [Bug #1322] define_method scope bug
23217 [redmine ruby] Issue #1322 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.
23279 [nobu ruby-la] Sorry, I've not noticed the patch.  Applied it now, thank you.

^ [Bug #1383] ruby segfaults on redhat el3 amd64
23219 [redmine ruby] Bug #1383: ruby segfaults on redhat el3 amd64

^ [Bug #1385] Wonderful undocumented feature in Ruby 1.8.7 & 1.9
23225 [redmine ruby] Bug #1385: Wonderful undocumented feature in Ruby 1.8.7 & 1.9
23226 [vjoel path.b] This one isn't quite right...

^ [Feature #666] Enumerable::to_hash
23227 [redmine ruby] Issue #666 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1385] Wonderful undocumented feature in Ruby 1.8.7 & 1.9
23228 [redmine ruby] Issue #1385 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1386] Spurious class "ARGF.class" in ObjectSpace
23229 [redmine ruby] Bug #1386: Spurious class "ARGF.class" in ObjectSpace

^ [Bug #1386] Spurious class "ARGF.class" in ObjectSpace
23230 [redmine ruby] Issue #1386 has been updated by Brian Candler.

^ What do you think about changing the return value of Kernel#require and Kernel#load to the source encoding of the required file?
23231 [ed.odanow wo] Dear Ruby developers and users!
23233 [mneumann nte] I thought Ruby 1.9 tags each string with an encoding? So, if you require a
23234 [ed.odanow wo] If I have control over the libraries, usually no problem exists, but if
23239 [ed.odanow wo] I think it may be better to introduce a new method Kernel#lib_encoding.
23244 [mneumann nte] You'll be able to implement that in pure Ruby. Basically (needs more
23245 [ed.odanow wo] This is possible, but my general question was, if other Ruby users want
23347 [schouery gma] I my opinion, doing that you're giving more functionality to this method
23349 [flo andersgr] charset=ISO-8859-1;

^ [Bug #1336] Change in string representation of Floats
23232 [redmine ruby] Issue #1336 has been updated by Roger Pack.
23235 [mame tsg.ne.] The script deals with distance data of Japanese railroad.

^ [Bug #1387] first(0) and last(0) behavior
23236 [redmine ruby] Bug #1387: first(0) and last(0) behavior

^ [Bug #1387] first(0) and last(0) behavior
23237 [redmine ruby] Issue #1387 has been updated by Dave B.
23238 [jeremy bitsw] In Rails, String#first is self[0..(n-1)], so "abc".first(0) ==
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