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[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4217][Open] irb exits unexpectedly with non-ascii Regexp on Windows
33951 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4217: irb exits unexpectedly with non-ascii Regexp on Windows

my redmine login is not working and wanted to submit a bug
33953 [kannan.deepa] i wanted to submit a bug (on redmine) but i have forgotten by login
+ 33992 [kannan.deepa] please can someone reset my password. Not able to reset the password is
+ 33995 [peter@va de ] * I made a new account with username "peter_v" and a password.
  + 33996 [peter@va de ] Details, see below.
  + 33997 [naruse@ai em] Your id is "deepak".
    34007 [kannan.deepa] i had received the activation mail on 15-05-2009, do not remember if i

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4217][Closed] irb exits unexpectedly with non-ascii Regexp on Windows
33954 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4217 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4185] ruby 1.9.2 p0 installation issue
33955 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4185 has been updated by ravish nayak.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4214] Fiddle::WINDOWS == false on Windows
33959 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4214 has been updated by Jon Forums.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4214] Fiddle::WINDOWS == false on Windows
33961 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4214 has been updated by Luis Lavena.
33968 [aaron@te de ] if you're on 32 or 64 bits.
33969 [luislavena@g] Then that is the solution :-)

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4210] id rather than object_id used in 1.9 rdoc for ObjectSpace
33962 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4210 has been updated by Vincent Bray.

[Ruby 1.8-Bug#4220][Open] Non-descriptive error when failing to load compiled library
33964 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4220: Non-descriptive error when failing to load compiled library

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4214] Fiddle::WINDOWS == false on Windows
33970 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4214 has been updated by Jon Forums.
33971 [aaron@te de ] Please let me know how it works out.  I'll switch all of these checks to

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#1650] Time range === is slow
33972 [redmine@ru y] Issue #1650 has been updated by Christopher Dunn.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4214] Fiddle::WINDOWS == false on Windows
33977 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4214 has been updated by Jon Forums.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4174][Closed] 1F1E on rdoc tests
33978 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4174 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4174] 1F1E on rdoc tests
33979 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4174 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4217] irb exits unexpectedly with non-ascii Regexp on Windows
33983 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4217 has been updated by Heesob Park.
34027 [usa@ga ba ec] Sorry, I missed a changeset on r30412.
34028 [phasis@gm il] I checked it, it works fine.
34029 [usa@ga ba ec] Thank you for your confirmation.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4221][Open] Unexpected result of Time#strftime("%s") on Windows with trunk
33985 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4221: Unexpected result of Time#strftime("%s") on Windows with trunk

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4222][Open] Irb tab completion support for the valid (but rare) obj::method invocation syntax
33987 [redmine@ru y] Feature #4222: Irb tab completion support for the valid (but rare) obj::m=
33989 [yugui@yu ui ] Thank you, Abinoam.

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4183] [ext/openssl] Timestamp support
33998 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4183 has been updated by Martin Bosslet.

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4224][Open] inconsistent behavior of 'puts "\xFF"'
33999 [redmine@ru y] Feature #4224: inconsistent behavior of 'puts "\xFF"'

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4221] Unexpected result of Time#strftime("%s") on Windows with trunk
34000 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4221 has been updated by Peter Weldon.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4221] Unexpected result of Time#strftime("%s") on Windows with trunk
34001 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4221 has been updated by Peter Weldon.

[Ruby 1.8-Bug#4225][Open] IO.foreach should only accept string arguments
34004 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4225: IO.foreach should only accept string arguments

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4221][Closed] Unexpected result of Time#strftime("%s") on Windows with trunk
34009 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4221 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4227][Open] Webrick tests use deprecated :RequestHandler option
34010 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4227: Webrick tests use deprecated :RequestHandler option

[Backport92-Backport#4228][Open] Backward gemspec compatibility change in r29663 broke rake gems
34011 [redmine@ru y] Backport #4228: Backward gemspec compatibility change in r29663 broke rake gems
34522 [yugui@yu ui ] Yeah, I finally realized what was wrong in my commit.  That's because
34524 [luislavena@g] Yes, something once we are in sync with RubyGems will deal with

[Ruby 1.8-Bug#4229][Open] Thread#raise 3rd form arguments ignored
34014 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4229: Thread#raise 3rd form arguments ignored

[Backport92-Backport#4228] Backward gemspec compatibility change in r29663 broke rake gems
34015 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4228 has been updated by Ryan Davis.
34016 [ryand-ruby@z] I spoke out of turn... As I hit "comment" I realized he was only talking =

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4224][Assigned] inconsistent behavior of 'puts "\xFF"'
34019 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4224 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4224] inconsistent behavior of 'puts "\xFF"'
34020 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4224 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

[Ruby 1.9-Feature#4224][Closed] inconsistent behavior of 'puts "\xFF"'
34021 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4224 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

[ANN] rubygems 1.4.0 Released
34022 [ryand-ruby@z] rubygems version 1.4.0 has been released!
34024 [ryand-ruby@z] aaaaaaand another release...

ruby -h doesn't include --disable-gems
34023 [ryand-ruby@z] Is there a reason why ruby -h doesn't show --disable-gems ?
34037 [ryand-ruby@z] *ping*
34047 [kosaki.motoh] So, I hope you explain either,
34055 [luislavena@g] I would say that is silly, even ri returns more than 24 lines when
34057 [kosaki.motoh] To be honest, I have no strong opinion, yes nor no. I only said, It
34058 [usa@ga ba ec] Yes, the rule is not important.
34059 [fxn@ha hr f.] Just curious.
34060 [rr.rosas@gm ] ...

Hash#select and Hash#reject bug in 1.9.2?
34030 [godfat@gm il] (sorry if this is a duplicated post, i forgot to subscribe)
34097 [mame@ts .n .] This is because Hash#each and map uses yield([k, v]) while select and
34100 [godfat@gm il] In terms of compatibility, I think it might be better to change
34101 [mame@ts .n .] Hmm.
+ 34427 [godfat@gm il] Oh, you're right. I totally forgot that a key might be an array,
+ 34438 [matz@ru y- a] This change is intentional.  The block parameter behavior has changed

JRuby's stdlib "fork"
34031 [headius@he d] I realized today I never described how JRuby has been maintaining its

svn server status
34032 [aaron@te de ] Or did we switch to github and I missed the memo?  ;-)
+ 34042 [ryand-ruby@z] Not if USA's heart is still beating... (and I agree) :D
+ 34048 [sorah@tu us ] I heard svn server is downing because electric power has blackout by the heavy

The rights of ruby-core people and Myth of ruby-dev
34033 [naruse@ai em] Some of you may don't know your rights.
+ 34036 [ryand-ruby@z] HELPING!
| 34066 [naruse@ai em] If we release 1.8.8, ruby_1_8 is for 1.8.8.
+ 34038 [ryand-ruby@z] Thank you very much for posting this.
+ 34067 [aaron@te de ] r.
  + 34069 [james@im j. ] To add to that, freenode has a server in apac: chat.ap.freenode.net -
  | 34070 [lucas@lu as ] Fully seconded. Is there a semi-official english speaking ruby-core
  | 34071 [drbrain@se m] #ruby-core, but questions seldom get answered there. I direct people to the m=
  | 34073 [matz@ru y- a] I don't do IRC.  It's too time consuming for me.  So the final
  + 34076 [shyouhei@ru ] Because the channel is a de facto.
  | 34136 [aaron@te de ] y do,
  | 34144 [sorah@tu us ] I opened new IRC channel on IRCnet which named #ruby-ja.
  | + 34154 [aaron@te de ] rs
  | + 34170 [headius@he d] I will happily add this to the list of channels on which I idle. Feel
  |   34174 [sorah@tu us ] Thanks. :)
  + 34084 [naruse@ai em] IRCNet-jp is connected other IRCNet servers.
    + 34085 [judofyr@gm i] Is this the right text?
    | 34087 [naruse@ai em] It seems right one, thanks!
    + 34095 [ryand-ruby@z] Please replicate somewhere official.

Exception#to_s and non-String Messages
34034 [runrun@ru pa] => 30240
+ 34039 [ryand-ruby@z] You find awesome stuff!
+ 34041 [ryand-ruby@z] How's this?
  34109 [mame@ts .n .] Please don't remove the call to OBJ_INFECT.  It affects the following
  34110 [ryand-ruby@z] a.tainted?
  34113 [usa@ga ba ec] Good point.

Warn when File.expand_path Ignores its Second Argument?
34035 [runrun@ru pa] File.expand_path(filename, directory) resolves _filename_ relative to
34040 [ruby-core-ma] This is not related directly to the "~". File.expand_path ignores the
34056 [goncalossilv] I think it would be better if it raised a warning. I can imagine a situation

proposal: gem_prelude needs to die
34043 [ryand-ruby@z] I think it is time for gem_prelude to die.
+ 34074 [ryand-ruby@z] a short amount of time. I'll help any way I can.
| 34081 [headius@he d] I'm not a particular fan of gem_prelude, but even with recent fixes
| 34082 [headius@he d] My suspicions are mostly confirmed, unfortunately. The following times
+ 34077 [akr@fs j. rg] I replaced trunk gem_prelude.rb as follows.
| + 34079 [ryand-ruby@z] want, we can profile this against normal and pathological gem setups =
| + 34080 [ryand-ruby@z] OK. If I comment out that paragraph and the one near the end of the file =
|   34157 [akr@fs j. rg] test-all fails.
|   34168 [ryand-ruby@z] file that also references QuickLoader, make runs fine.
|   34276 [headius@he d] I'm not ruby-core, but I'll go even farther with my previous
|   34284 [headius@he d] FYI. JRuby 1.6RC1 is going to be shipping with RubyGems 1.4.1 and
|   34294 [ryand-ruby@z] thanks for the extra data.
|   34468 [akr@fs j. rg] Do you break test-all?
|   + 34478 [ryand-ruby@z] gem_prelude. I've asked enough. It is time to do something.
|   + 34479 [ryand-ruby@z] Not being able to upgrade is a far bigger problem than startup cost.
|     34493 [mame@ts .n .] Even so, this is TOO SLOW!
|     34494 [ryand-ruby@z] It is NOT TOO SLOW.... It is JUST SLOW ENOUGH... to upgrade!
|     34495 [mame@ts .n .] Argh, this is why I really hate separate release.
+ 34498 [rogerdpack2@] Perhaps another option would be trimming gem_prelude down "something like"
  34502 [headius@he d] Your example would want to re-dispatch to "require" in the "after
  34503 [headius@he d] It's also worth pointing out the namespace and loaded-feature

Redirecting stdout inside lambda only
34044 [rr.rosas@gm ] In my gem rails-web-console, I want to redirect all output from the
34045 [Konstantin.H] You could replace (both STDOUT and $stdout with a placeholder object, that =
34046 [rr.rosas@gm ] Thank you Konstantin, this is a good sugestion. I'll try to do some

Branches and releases (Was:  The rights of ruby-core people and Myth of ruby-dev)
34049 [lucas@lu as ] First, thanks a lot for posting this. This is absolutely great.
+ 34051 [shyouhei@ru ] Short answer: we ship what's necessary.
+ 34052 [matz@ru y- a] We haven't have any consensus yet.  Maybe it's good time to start
| 34115 [v.ondruch@gm] Yes, I have at least one reason why to break ABI and that is code
+ 34065 [naruse@ai em] Most points are already explained by shyouhei and matz,

Supported platforms (Was:  The rights of ruby-core people and Myth of ruby-dev)
34050 [lucas@lu as ] Continuing with questions :-)
+ 34053 [naruse@ai em] Ruby works on NetBSD ;-)
| 34054 [explorer@fl ] Thank goodness, too.  I'd have to use Python if it wasn't.
| 34064 [naruse@ai em] Keep it a first-rate supported architecture (different from Ruby's word "supported"),
| 34072 [runrun@ru pa] [deletia]
+ 34063 [kosaki.motoh] Recently, I've merged sh4 bugfix even though it is _not_ supported platform

Introduction of self
34061 [niklas@la pa] My name is Niklas Hofer; I am 29 years old and live in Berlin, Germany.
34089 [yugui@yu ui ] Welcome to ruby-core.
34090 [yugui@yu ui ] Oops,
34111 [niklas@la pa] No Prob, fast typing ahead ;-)

Ruby 1.9* syscall() on 64 bit systems
34062 [niklas@la pa] this may be an old story, but I did not find any solution for this
34266 [yugui@yu ui ] Thank you for the reporting.  I regard it as a mistake in design.
34273 [kosaki.motoh] I've found a bug while testing r30499. Following script will raise
34285 [yugui@yu ui ] I agree.  Could you commit the two patches?  We are going to remove
34289 [kosaki.motoh] y at all

Re: [ruby-core:34017] Re: [ruby-core:34012] Re: Why doesn°«t StringIO implement #freeze?
34068 [now@bi wi se] I now see that certain methods check whether the internal String is

Re: [ruby-core:34068] Re: [ruby-core:34017] Re: [ruby-core:34012] Re: Why doesn°«t StringIO implement #freeze?
34075 [jeremy@bo p.] I wondered this exact same thing when I needed to implement some IO-like

[Backport92-Backport#4200] minitest 2.0.2 on trunk
34078 [redmine@ru y] Issue #4200 has been updated by Ryan Davis.
34086 [yugui@yu ui ] I don't want merge any enhancement into ruby_1_9_2.  So I hesitated to
34092 [ryand-ruby@z] Lucas? Is that you??
34903 [yugui@yu ui ] I have merged bug fixes in MiniTest. It is harder than what I thought.

[Ruby 1.9-Bug#4232][Open] unexpected behavior of '#{}' in irb
34083 [redmine@ru y] Bug #4232: unexpected behavior of '#{}' in irb

Moving to Git?
34091 [lucas@lu as ] I was wondering if there were plans to move Ruby development to git. I
+ 34093 [ryand-ruby@z] *sigh*
| 34094 [lucas@lu as ] pointer?
| 34096 [ryand-ruby@z] Lots.
+ 34098 [naruse@ai em] You can use http://github.com/ruby/ruby/
+ 34099 [kosaki.motoh] +1.
  34103 [usa@ga ba ec] We might move to git when it can be judged that the advantage
  + 34105 [rr.rosas@gm ] ...
  | 34106 [naruse@ai em] Most advantages and disadvantages are already introduced in this list on previous threads.
  | 34112 [jon.forums@g] If this thread restart has any chance of convincing anyone (other than enticing Ryan to comment) to move the One True Ruby Repo to git, we git partisans should describe _relevant scenarios_ in which we've found git makes committers lives _much_ less painful.
  | + 34118 [meta@po ox c] And you should also describe relevant scenarios in which git makes
  | | + 34121 [rr.rosas@gm ] The only problem I've seen regarding Git and Windows was with a
  | | | + 34122 [luislavena@g] And others regarding options, file attributes bits (present on linux,
  | | | + 34123 [jon.forums@g] FWIW, I primarily use msysgit 1.7.3.1 from Command Prompt and Console2 shells by putting C:\git\cmd on PATH and occasionally use C:\git\git-bash.bat from a desktop shortcut. I use git to interact with local repos, GitHub repos, Gitorious repos, and a dev repo running on Arch Linux within a local VirtualBox clone.
  | | | + 34129 [meta@po ox c] I've observed that most git advocates don't know any other DVCS.
  | | |   + 34132 [lsegal@so n.] I think it's important to realize that the choice of DVCS is as much a
  | | |   | 34187 [meta@po ox c] You mean we should abandon Ruby and all use the much more popular
  | | |   | 34190 [niklas@la pa] I think Loren means the other parts of the workflow for a third party
  | | |   | 34200 [meta@po ox c] I'm pretty sure that's where RedMine comes in.
  | | |   + 34138 [cezary.bagin] Unless they don't *specifically* mean 'git' ...
  | | |     34188 [meta@po ox c] Well then, I would suggest that DVCS advocates choose their words more
  | | |     34191 [lucas@lu as ] Yeah, it's probably not a task you can take on alone. You are too busy
  | | |     34201 [meta@po ox c] Who are the "us" you speak of? You've announced that you're giving up
  | | |     34206 [lucas@lu as ] I've been working on that for the last 4 years, and I doubt the Debian
  | | |     + 34210 [ryand-ruby@z] <yoda>thick with this one, irony is... mmmmm</yoda>
  | | |     + 34224 [james@gr ys ] Weren't you telling the Ruby development community which language they =
  | | |     | 34226 [hramrach@ce ] Oh, we should standardize on a single language. Klingon sounds cool
  | | |     + 34227 [meta@po ox c] I'm stating a fact when I say that RubyGems in the Ubuntu 1.9 packages
  | | |       34231 [bovensiepen@] Dear all,
  | | |       + 34233 [ryand-ruby@z] git
  | | |       | 34237 [lucas@lu as ] Is it really a good indicator? I would assume people able to contribute
  | | |       | + 34238 [stephen.bann] No.
  | | |       | | 34240 [cezary.bagin] Good point, but not entirely true because you can also: merge with
  | | |       | + 34239 [cezary.bagin] I think MRI is a special case, where pushing for full git right now
  | | |       | + 34257 [naruse@ai em] Don't spread FUD.
  | | |       |   + 34258 [lucas@lu as ] How is that spreading FUD?
  | | |       |   + 34261 [stephen.bann] I normally interpret the acronym "FUD" to mean unreasonable or dishonest statements that increase fear, uncertainty, and doubt about a technology.
  | | |       + 34243 [nobu@ru y- a] Thank you for the summary.
  | | |         + 34246 [flo@an er gr] that people can help?
  | | |         | 34247 [now@bi wi se] And estimated time saved in the long run.
  | | |         | + 34249 [cezary.bagin] I'm having a hard time comming up with *differences* compared to the
  | | |         | + 34251 [flo@an er gr] finding solutions to the mentioned transition problems? Who is going to =
  | | |         |   34252 [now@bi wi se] And one that also deserves an answer.
  | | |         + 34250 [hramrach@ce ] This is probably just a result of misunderstanding some posts in this
  | | |           + 34253 [luislavena@g] I don't think so, Mr. Nakamura (usa) stated he will leave the core
  | | |           | + 34254 [rr.rosas@gm ] This is beta, but has anyone tried? Maybe he could be comfortable using
  | | |           | + 34274 [usa@ga ba ec] Yes, I am "he".
  | | |           + 34256 [nobu@ru y- a] Then, for what is this longy discussion?
  | | + 34131 [cezary.bagin] enticing Ryan to
  | + 34126 [cezary.bagin] I remember most of the previous thread.
  |   34127 [stephen.bann] svn keywords in code prevent correct building of ruby using git mirror
  |   34133 [cezary.bagin] $ rvm install ruby-head=20
  |   34135 [stephen.bann] $ rvm install ruby-head
  |   34139 [cezary.bagin] or
  + 34107 [judofyr@gm i] In case of heavy snow (!!!) developers can commit+push to another repo
  + 34116 [matz@ru y- a] I already use git (actually stgit) on my side, so it is quite easy for
    + 34117 [rr.rosas@gm ] What kind of Redmine integration you are talking about? We use Redmine
    | 34120 [matz@ru y- a] I meant redmine.ruby-lang.org and the ruby-cvs mailing list.
    | + 34128 [meta@po ox c] I know Redmine does the latter with bzr, it's a standard feature.
    | | 34140 [rr.rosas@gm ] So does git. As you said, it is a standard feature for all supported VCS
    | + 34162 [matz@ru y- a] I forgot one more thing.  We core developers are so familiar with
    |   + 34166 [naruse@ai em] I don't think it is a good think that saying requirement fragmentally.
    |   + 34178 [rr.rosas@gm ] Humm, that remembers me that even if you don't mind to have the strange
    |   | + 34180 [giuseppe.bil] This can actually be solved in a number of possible ways without big
    |   | | 34181 [rr.rosas@gm ] ...
    |   | + 34207 [duerst@it ao] Changing mails is a bad idea, because it's changing what people have
    |   | | 34216 [rr.rosas@gm ] ...
    |   | + 34309 [chastell@ch ] git-svn already does this by default, and
    |   + 34192 [normalperson] One thing git developers (inherited from LKML culture) do is write
    |     + 34193 [kosaki.motoh] offtopic...
    |     + 34195 [cezary.bagin] The Ruby svn commit guidelines might have to be updated to better fit
    + 34119 [luislavena@g] I can say that I'm using successfully Git 1.7.3.1 on Windows (from
    + 34125 [now@bi wi se] Others have mentioned msysGit already, but Git also works excellent on
      + 34134 [matz@ru y- a] Yeah, I know.  But since the one who insists git most is the guy who
      | + 34153 [luislavena@g] Thank you Matz.
      | | + 34164 [matz@ru y- a] Yugui had made that customization for the Redmine.  I hope she would
      | | + 34176 [now@bi wi se] Again, I don°«t quite understand what°«s going on here, but my point was
      | + 34158 [usa@ga ba ec] I know the guy better than anyone :)
      |   + 34161 [aaron@te de ] Life must be very difficult for this person.  If git is such a hardship
      |   + 34163 [matz@ru y- a] I don't want the choice between git migration and the biggest Windows
      |     + 34165 [usa@ga ba ec] You should choice by not your sentiment but the project's merit.
      |     + 34167 [aaron@te de ] Sorry Matz.  I was just giving USA a hard time.  I personally don't
      |       34169 [headius@he d] To back this up...
      |       34199 [ryand-ruby@z] of it :)
      + 34151 [luislavena@g] msysGit is Git natively, not POSIX-like layer like cygwin.
        34175 [now@bi wi se] My point was that using Git on Windows may require some command-line
        34198 [kbloom@gm il] * TortoiseGit (http://code.google.com/p/tortoisegit/)
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