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25498-29622 subjects 25890-26487

^ [ANN] Ruby 1.9.2's schedule canceled
25707 [yugui yugui.] At RubyWorld conf, I talked with matz, ko1, Evan Phoenix, Charles
+ 25708 [ruby-ml kitt] Excellent, thanks for the info.
+ 25711 [runrun runpa] Wow. Thank you, everybody. Please let us know if we can help this process. :-)
+ 26051 [runrun runpa] What is the plan to achieve this? Is it intended that *all* of

^ [Bug #2131] f(not x) => syntax error
25709 [redmine ruby] Bug #2131: f(not x) => syntax error

^ [Bug #2131](Rejected) f(not x) => syntax error
25710 [redmine ruby] Issue #2131 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.
25712 [caleb infora] I've been aware for a long time that 'not', 'and', and 'or' are

^ [Bug #2131] f(not x) => syntax error
25713 [redmine ruby] Issue #2131 has been updated by James M. Lawrence.
+ 25720 [e illume.org] I agree.
+ 25730 [matz ruby-la] So, do you mean a,b,c = 1,2,3 is legal syntax, should we allow
  + 25734 [rick.denatal] legal.
  | 25973 [hramrach cen] legal.
  + 25736 [caleb infora] f(a,b,c=1,2,3) is actually legal, tho the commas are method parameter

^ [Bug #2133] Segfault When Eval'ing Large Hash Literals
25714 [redmine ruby] Bug #2133: Segfault When Eval'ing Large Hash Literals

^ [Bug #2134] Inspect Output for Rational and Complex
25715 [redmine ruby] Bug #2134: Inspect Output for Rational and Complex

^ [Bug #1984] unable to require '.so' files with full directory path
25716 [redmine ruby] Issue #1984 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #2130] incorrect UTF8 encoding in CGI.unescapeHTML
25717 [redmine ruby] Issue #2130 has been updated by Larry Kyrala.

^ [Bug #2135] File.executable? returns spurious true's in windows
25718 [redmine ruby] Bug #2135: File.executable? returns spurious true's in windows

^ [Bug #2117](Closed) Binding to a class, a method from the class's superclass's metaclass, fails
25719 [redmine ruby] Issue #2117 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.
25724 [nobu ruby-la] I've thought it was intentional behavior and the patch changes

^ [Bug #2135] File.executable? returns spurious true's in windows
25721 [redmine ruby] Issue #2135 has been updated by Daniel Berger.

^ [Bug #2134] Inspect Output for Rational and Complex
25722 [redmine ruby] Issue #2134 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.

^ [Bug #2133](Closed) Segfault When Eval'ing Large Hash Literals
25723 [redmine ruby] Issue #2133 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #2137] Dir.glob does not support unicode on Windows
25731 [redmine ruby] Bug #2137: Dir.glob does not support unicode on Windows

^ [Bug #2139] backquotes method modifies unexpectedly returned content
25732 [redmine ruby] Bug #2139: backquotes method modifies unexpectedly returned content

^ [Bug #2139] backquotes method modifies unexpectedly returned content
25733 [redmine ruby] Issue #2139 has been updated by Vit Ondruch.

^ [Feature #2117] Binding to a class, a method from the class's superclass's metaclass, fails
25735 [redmine ruby] Issue #2117 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #761](Closed) Identical docs for Kernel#autoload? and Kernel#autoload
25737 [redmine ruby] Issue #761 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #2134] Inspect Output for Rational and Complex
25738 [redmine ruby] Issue #2134 has been updated by Run Paint Run Run.

^ [Bug #2134](Rejected) Inspect Output for Rational and Complex
25739 [redmine ruby] Issue #2134 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.

^ [Bug #2140] Bignum#** broken by lib/mathn
25740 [redmine ruby] Bug #2140: Bignum#** broken by lib/mathn

^ [Bug #484](Closed) OpenSSL::Config does not freeze correctly
25741 [redmine ruby] Issue #484 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #484] OpenSSL::Config does not freeze correctly
25742 [redmine ruby] Issue #484 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #925](Rejected) IO#read documentation versus usage in net/protocol.rb
25743 [redmine ruby] Issue #925 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #2114] Array Hash inconsistency
25745 [redmine ruby] Issue #2114 has been updated by Wim Yedema.
25759 [matz ruby-la] Your statement is still a bit vague.  Hash can be seen as a collection

^ [Bug #2141] `getnameinfo': sockaddr size differs - should not happen (TypeError)
25746 [redmine ruby] Bug #2141: `getnameinfo': sockaddr size differs - should not happen (TypeError)

^ [Bug #2141] `getnameinfo': sockaddr size differs - should not happen (TypeError)
25747 [redmine ruby] Issue #2141 has been updated by Greg Hazel.

^ Segfault with missing instance_method on module
25748 [nlugovoi gma] ruby 1.9.2dev, trunk 25073 [i686-linux]

^ [Bug #1516](Closed) Matrix#determinant Documentation Error
25749 [redmine ruby] Issue #1516 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1539](Closed) [Docs] Hash#rehash Raises RuntimeError Not IndexError
25750 [redmine ruby] Issue #1539 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Feature #994](Closed) Hash-order preservation should be declared a feature; documentation needs to be adapted
25751 [redmine ruby] Issue #994 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1648](Closed) Rational#div Raises NoMethodError for Invalid Argument
25753 [redmine ruby] Issue #1648 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Feature #1880] Hash#flatten Doesn't Operate Recursively for Hash Values
25754 [redmine ruby] Issue #1880 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1898] Method#== for Methods with the Same Body
25755 [redmine ruby] Issue #1898 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.
25793 [matz ruby-la] Those makes sense.  I will change the methods from same proc/block to
25813 [ruby-core-ma] Great!

^ syck maintenance?
25756 [ryand-ruby z] Has anyone taken this over?
25757 [ola.bini gma] This is definitely a question we need to figure out. The Ruby parts of
25758 [ruby-core-ma] There are about 15 open issues relating to yaml/syck.
25760 [nobu ruby-la] Any alternative of syck?  Or just remove it?
25763 [ryand-ruby z] Not really. YAML is important and syck is (afaik) the best library for
+ 25766 [jon.forums g] [..snip..]
| 25767 [jbarnette gm] It's unlikely that an FFI version would end up in Ruby proper, at
+ 25783 [headius head] I don't think anyone's using a YAML library through FFI right now.
+ 25810 [nobu ruby-la] I doubt that syck is "the best"; IIRC, it isn't YAML 1.0 and
  25812 [jon.forums g] An FFI binding to the C-based, YAML 1.1 parser/emitter at
  25817 [ryand-ruby z] again, that's not likely to happen as FFI is not part of ruby.

^ [Bug #2135] File.executable? returns spurious true's in windows
25761 [redmine ruby] Issue #2135 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ [Bug #2142] DL::Handle#initialize should call rb_secure(2)
25762 [redmine ruby] Bug #2142: DL::Handle#initialize should call rb_secure(2)

^ [Proposal] Maintainer confirmation and discharging process
25764 [yugui yugui.] Great! thank you.
25774 [nobu ruby-la] What's lib/gauntlet_rubygems.rb?  It requires 'gauntlet' which
25794 [ryand-ruby z] It is a plugin to my gauntlet gem. It is more of a brute force test.
25809 [nobu ruby-la] Then, why does that a plugin to a separate gem need to be
25816 [ryand-ruby z] My guess is it was done simply because it made syncing up rubygems
25818 [nobu ruby-la] Could you elaborate?  The file doesn't seem to be used at all
25825 [ryand-ruby z] It can be nuked and will never be needed by core ruby. I'll put eric

^ [Bug #2129] Rational can't be coerced into BigDecimal (TypeError)
25765 [redmine ruby] Issue #2129 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.

^ Maintainer for ostruct.rb
25768 [murphy rubyc] I would like to maintain ostruct.rb, which is currently unmaintained.

^ A challenge: Enumerator#next in JRuby
25769 [headius head] I have a challenge for anyone who wants to discuss, propose
+ 25770 [headius head] It's also worth mentioning that this is going to be a problem for
+ 25771 [ruby-core-ma] For what it's worth, although solution 3 is not very pretty, it could
| + 25772 [dblack rubyp] a = [1,2,3].each
| | 25773 [binary42 gma] Regardless of the whether this would work on generative streams and
| | 25778 [headius head] Note that the "Coco" project you mention appears to use setjmp and
| + 25775 [headius head] I don't dispute that it's a useful construct. Hell, Java developers
|   25777 [headius head] But if Enumerator#next required you to implement to_enum, people
+ 25776 [nobu ruby-la] Why does the enumerator thread make the Enumerator marked?
| + 25779 [headius head] Any objects referenced by the enumerator thread will be strongly
| | 25780 [Tomas.Matous] V291bGRuJ3QgUHl0aG9uIHN0eWxlIGdlbmVyYXRvcnMgYmUgZW5vdWdoIGZvciBtb3N0IHVzZSBj
| | 25781 [headius head] equire a "yield next" keyword ("yield" is already taken) that would instruc=
| + 25785 [akr fsij.org] Ruby behaved similar until you modified Ruby GC to remove
|   25787 [headius head] I'm can't tell if you are surprised or not, but I will try to research
+ 25782 [akr fsij.org] I thought this slowness sometimes ago.
  + 25786 [headius head] Yes, this is along the lines of what Evan Phoenix and I
  | 25792 [akr fsij.org] In general, internal iterator is easier to implement.  This
  | 26144 [headius head] An update on this!
  | 26174 [headius head] More updates...
  | + 26175 [headius head] It's worth mentioning that in both the threaded and lightweight cases,
  | + 26218 [rogerdpack g] Doesn't 1.8.x use continuations to create enumerators?  If so that
  |   + 26250 [kbloom gmail] I'm a bit late in entering this discussion of how to implement
  |   + 26304 [headius head] The only way I can think of would be to have a stackless
  + 25789 [nobu ruby-la] Interesting.
    + 25790 [nobu ruby-la] Forgot benchmark.
    + 25791 [akr fsij.org] method2 should return an object to maintain iterator state,

^ Re: A challenge: Enumerator#next in JRuby - yeild next
25784 [Tomas.Matous] SSBtZWFudCB0aGF0ICJ5aWVsZCBuZXh0IiB3b3VsZCBvbmx5IHRyYW5zZm9ybSB0aGUgbWV0aG9k
26145 [headius head] This is definitely an option but it requires us to either transform

^ [Bug #949](Closed) Net::HTTP timeout does not abandon request properly
25788 [redmine ruby] Issue #949 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ all right to flood?
25795 [rogerdpack2 ] I might be updating quite a few tickets sometime soon...which will

^ [Bug #2144] Split functionality of Float#inspect and Float#to_s
25796 [redmine ruby] Bug #2144: Split functionality of Float#inspect and Float#to_s

^ [Bug #1898](Closed) Method#== for Methods with the Same Body
25797 [redmine ruby] Issue #1898 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #2145] MySQL gem fails to build
25798 [redmine ruby] Bug #2145: MySQL gem fails to build

^ [Bug #2144](Rejected) Split functionality of Float#inspect and Float#to_s
25799 [redmine ruby] Issue #2144 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.
25801 [rogerdpack2 ] float" style.

^ [Bug #2145] MySQL gem fails to build
25800 [redmine ruby] Issue #2145 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #2146] unable to exec with parameters in windows
25802 [redmine ruby] Bug #2146: unable to exec with parameters in windows

^ [Bug #2145](Third Party's Issue) MySQL gem fails to build
25803 [redmine ruby] Issue #2145 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Bug #2147] Cannot pp DelegateClass derived classes:  undefined method `inspect' NameError
25804 [redmine ruby] Bug #2147: Cannot pp DelegateClass derived classes:  undefined method `inspect' NameError

^ [Bug #2147] Cannot pp DelegateClass derived classes:  undefined method `inspect' NameError
25805 [redmine ruby] Issue #2147 has been updated by Mike Pomraning.

^ Last match = nil
25806 [calcifer run] charset="utf-8"
25807 [naruse airem] This can reproduce following code

^ [Bug #2064](Closed) Missing exports
25808 [redmine ruby] Issue #2064 has been updated by Yutaka Kanemoto.

^ [Feature #2149] Pathname#include?
25811 [redmine ruby] Feature #2149: Pathname#include?

^ [BUG]
25814 [ara.t.howard] i have been out of the loop on 1.9 development, but this sure looks
25815 [nobu ruby-la] What revision?  I can't reproduce it.
25828 [ara.t.howard] i just re-built stable (24175) and it's gone away.  gnore for now.

^ [Feature #1081] add File::write() convenience method
25819 [redmine ruby] Issue #1081 has been updated by xiong ai.

^ [Feature #2152] Split functionality of Float#inspect and Float#to_s
25820 [redmine ruby] Feature #2152: Split functionality of Float#inspect and Float#to_s
27631 [matz ruby-la] I am not against provide both ways to represent float numbers, but I am

^ [Feature #1961] Kernel#__dir__
25821 [redmine ruby] Issue #1961 has been updated by xiong ai.
25862 [m.fellinger ] I would be for __DIR__ for the ease of writing and because it

^ [Bug #1679] rb_w32_getenv() invalidates previous environment pointers
25822 [redmine ruby] Issue #1679 has been updated by Jarek Jurasz.

^ [Bug #1679] rb_w32_getenv() invalidates previous environment pointers
25823 [redmine ruby] Issue #1679 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ [Bug #2153] Built issue with include/ruby/st.h (expected declaration ... before °∆uint32_t°«)
25824 [redmine ruby] Bug #2153: Built issue with include/ruby/st.h (expected declaration ... before °∆uint32_t°«)
25826 [nlugovoi gma] -I../.././ext/syck -DRUBY_EXTCONF_H=3D\"extconf.h\" -D_XOPEN_SOURCE -D_DARW=

^ Is this possible in C
25827 [rogerdpack2 ] I read somewhere that in 1.8.6 you can't do
25864 [andre digira] static VALUE

^ string objects don't survive round-trip in yaml&json
25829 [caleb infora] It appears that strings containing just newlines don't emerge the same
25830 [ruby-core-ma] For yaml and newlines, this has been posted before (e.g. issue 1758 on redm=

^ event hook in 1.9?
25831 [ryand-ruby z] Am I missing something? Does this TODO imply that the event hook =20
+ 25834 [mark fast-so] The hook works fine, it just doesn't pass in the id and klass variables.
| + 25837 [rockyb rubyf] That C code is easy? To each his/her own.
| + 25838 [ryand-ruby z] No... "works fine" for me means "compatible" and this definitely =20
| | 25842 [mark fast-so] Well, you asked about "supposed to work". I think that the answer to
| + 25871 [ryand-ruby z] Neither ruby_current_thread nor rb_thread_t are defined as public, so
|   + 25872 [mark fast-so] ruby-debug19 relies on this, and is working fairly well, so it's clearly
|   | 25873 [ryand-ruby z] No. ruby-debug19(-base) relies on your ruby_core_source gem... I don't
|   | 25874 [mark fast-so] Fair enough. Then the answer to your question is no, using the hook is
|   + 27714 [ko1 atdot.ne] Sorry for my late response.  I'm processing over 2000 unread message on
+ 25836 [rocky.bernst] The event hook definitely works.

^ [Bug #2153] Built issue with include/ruby/st.h (expected declaration ... before °∆uint32_t°«)
25832 [redmine ruby] Issue #2153 has been updated by Martin D√ľrst.

^ [Bug #2159] $' doesn't work if the String#match method got rewritten
25833 [redmine ruby] Bug #2159: $' doesn't work if the String#match method got rewritten

^ [Bug #2114] Array Hash inconsistency
25835 [redmine ruby] Issue #2114 has been updated by Wim Yedema.
25933 [matz ruby-la] Seeing Hash as collection of key-value pair does not directly mean

^ [Bug #2153](Closed) Built issue with include/ruby/st.h (expected declaration ... before °∆uint32_t°«)
25840 [redmine ruby] Issue #2153 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [ANN] Ruby Developer's Meeting 20091013
25841 [yugui yugui.] Ruby Developer's Meeting 20091013 will be held as the following.
+ 25846 [rogerdpack2 ] I assume this is a person to person meeting?
+ 26066 [ruby-core-ma] I wish I was there (and spoke japanese too ;-)
  26102 [l.g.chin gma] Ruby Developer's Meeting: October 13th, 2010
  + 26125 [rogerdpack g] So file failures as bugs? Weren't there like 300 though...
  + 26127 [rogerdpack g] Is this going to be remedied somehow, then?
  + 26130 [wycats gmail] .2

^ [Bug #1735] Ruby compiled with gcc 4.4.0: problems in date.rb
25843 [redmine ruby] Issue #1735 has been updated by Nikolai Lugovoi.

^ [Feature #2022] Patch for ruby-1.8.6 and openssl-1.0
25844 [redmine ruby] Issue #2022 has been updated by Nikolai Lugovoi.

^ Method#name behavior
25845 [vsizikov gma] I'd like to ask for clarification about Method#name behavior. This
25848 [ruby-core-ma] It is intentional. In Ruby 1.9, method names are always returned as
25859 [vsizikov gma] Great, thanks for the quick clarification!

^ .... 20 levels ...
25847 [rogerdpack2 ] Many times in ruby we are presented with
+ 25854 [jim.weirich ] Yes, please!  I invariably find that the critical information I need
+ 25868 [vjoel path.b] Got my vote, either way.
+ 25870 [yugui yugui.] I think Ruby 1.9 never shallow for the very purpose you said.
  25879 [rogerdpack2 ] That was with 1.8.

^ [Bug #1869] YAML parser problem
25849 [redmine ruby] Issue #1869 has been updated by caleb clausen.

^ [Bug #2159](Closed) $' doesn't work if the String#match method got rewritten
25850 [redmine ruby] Issue #2159 has been updated by Marc-Andre Lafortune.

^ [Bug #1311] YAML::dump creates strings YAML::load cannot parse
25851 [redmine ruby] Issue #1311 has been updated by caleb clausen.

^ [Bug #1758] YAML fails to dump->load small specific string
25852 [redmine ruby] Issue #1758 has been updated by caleb clausen.

^ [Bug #2160] JSON can't parse input where top-level object is a string
25853 [redmine ruby] Bug #2160: JSON can't parse input where top-level object is a string

^ [Bug #2160](Assigned) JSON can't parse input where top-level object is a string
25855 [redmine ruby] Issue #2160 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Bug #2160] JSON can't parse input where top-level object is a string
25856 [redmine ruby] Issue #2160 has been updated by Tim Bray.
25857 [caleb infora] Do you (or anyone else) have any idea why it was specified this way? It
+ 25858 [binary42 gma] . =A0Top level has to be an object {} or array []. =A0So unparse should ref=
| 25867 [caleb infora] In the general case, if I want use json to serialize+deserialize objects
+ 25860 [gus progress] It is meant to be a subset of JavaScript and has to conform to the
  25861 [binary42 gma] N.

^ [Bug #2160] JSON can't parse input where top-level object is a string
25863 [redmine ruby] Issue #2160 has been updated by Kornelius Kalnbach.

^ struggling to convince myself 1.9's constant lookup rules make any  sense
25865 [ara.t.howard] module Tagz
25869 [ara.t.howard] one clarification on that - it makes enough sense that the constant
25887 [dblack rubyp] This message is in MIME format.  The first part should be readable text,
25888 [ara.t.howard] hrm.  i don't really see it that way, at least it seems directly
25901 [dblack rubyp] This message is in MIME format.  The first part should be readable text,

^ [Bug #2161] Kernel.eval ignores binding in 1.9
25866 [redmine ruby] Bug #2161: Kernel.eval ignores binding in 1.9

^ [Bug #1939] Ripper doesn't handle local variables
25875 [redmine ruby] Issue #1939 has been updated by Magnus Holm.

^ Fate of Win32API.rb?
25876 [jon.forums g] Spelunking the ruby-core Nabble archives and Redmine hasn't yet shed any
25880 [usa garbagec] Win32API.rb remains in 1.9, and will be removed in 2.0.
+ 25883 [jon.forums g] Thank you for the clarity.
| + 25886 [halostatue g] n32/lib/win32 will remain in 2.0 as they (except for sspi.rb which currentl=
| + 25891 [usa garbagec] I don't know why you stick to not "dl" but "dl/import".
|   25903 [jon.forums g] I don't understand your response.  My apologies if I asked an unclear
|   + 25904 [jon.forums g] Correction...resolve.rb uses "require dl/import" and sspi.rb still uses
|   + 25944 [jon.forums g] 1) Win32API.rb remains deprecated in 1.9.x and will be removed in 2.0
+ 25889 [luislavena g] or
| 25892 [usa garbagec] Though I don't understand English well, is the meaning of the
| 25966 [rogerdpack2 ] Win32API is deprecated after Ruby 1.9.1; use dl directly instead"
+ 25947 [rogerdpack2 ] I've seen before that rubygems currently uses win32api

^ [Feature #2166] Add CreationError
25877 [redmine ruby] Feature #2166: Add CreationError

^ [Feature #1999](Closed) Improved Tempfile
25878 [redmine ruby] Issue #1999 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Bug #2168] File.eof? does not work correctly
25881 [redmine ruby] Bug #2168: File.eof? does not work correctly

^ [Bug #2009] File.open memory leak
25882 [redmine ruby] Issue #2009 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Feature #2169] [PATCH] Improvements of Ripper's DummyParser
25884 [redmine ruby] Feature #2169: [PATCH] Improvements of Ripper's DummyParser

^ [Bug #1939] Ripper doesn't handle local variables
25885 [redmine ruby] Issue #1939 has been updated by Magnus Holm.
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