ruby_talk (274801-275000)

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274801 07/10/19 21:27:02 [cremes.devlist ] Re: listing files in remotely with net::ssh?
274802 07/10/19 22:05:04 [phlipcpp yahoo.] Re: Complex views
274803 07/10/19 22:45:02 [angel.of.north ] simple code
274804 07/10/19 22:51:26 [bg-rubytalk inf] Re: simple code
274805 07/10/19 23:14:21 [ruby-forum siim] Q why do I get: uninitialized constant GLUT::BITMAP_8_BY_13
274806 07/10/19 23:16:18 [brandtjc telkom] Eval alternative to execute string
274807 07/10/19 23:27:23 [bg-rubytalk inf] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274808 07/10/19 23:29:13 [funkaster gmail] Re: Eval alternative to execute string
274809 07/10/19 23:40:04 [yermej gmail.co] Re: Eval alternative to execute string
274810 07/10/19 23:44:41 [khaines enigo.c] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274811 07/10/19 23:44:44 [apeiros gmx.net] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274812 07/10/19 23:45:45 [brandtjc telkom] Re: Eval alternative to execute string
274813 07/10/19 23:49:02 [mailing.mr gmai] Re: [ANN] main-2.0.0
274814 07/10/19 23:53:44 [jeremymcanally ] Re: [ANN] main-2.0.0
274815 07/10/19 23:55:10 [gianmh gmail.co] comapring a systems local time with filetime
274816 07/10/19 23:58:52 [funkaster gmail] Re: Eval alternative to execute string
274817 07/10/20 00:06:56 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274818 07/10/20 00:08:02 [phlip2005 gmail] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274819 07/10/20 00:08:52 [shortcutter goo] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274820 07/10/20 00:09:24 [tciuro mac.com ] Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274821 07/10/20 00:20:16 [dan-ml dan42.co] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274822 07/10/20 00:22:41 [damnbigman gmai] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274823 07/10/20 00:26:16 [sodani gmail.co] Re: debugging question
274824 07/10/20 00:28:16 [jeremymcanally ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274825 07/10/20 00:29:03 [rogerpack2005 g] Re: debugging question -------------------------
274826 07/10/20 00:29:05 [znmeb cesmail.n] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274827 07/10/20 00:30:19 [tciuro mac.com ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274828 07/10/20 00:33:56 [khaines enigo.c] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274829 07/10/20 00:36:01 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: [ANN] main-2.0.0
274830 07/10/20 00:36:06 [tciuro mac.com ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274831 07/10/20 00:38:42 [peter semantico] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274832 07/10/20 00:39:24 [dan-ml dan42.co] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274833 07/10/20 00:40:15 [kbloom gmail.co] Re: [QUIZ] Time Window (#144)
274834 07/10/20 00:48:46 [sepp2k googlema] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274835 07/10/20 00:54:30 [sepp2k googlema] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274836 07/10/20 00:56:16 [lbertacco tisca] extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects from c
274837 07/10/20 01:01:10 [tciuro mac.com ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274838 07/10/20 01:03:35 [jameskilton gma] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274839 07/10/20 01:08:47 [sepp2k googlema] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274840 07/10/20 01:15:05 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: combinations listing
274841 07/10/20 01:19:19 [hramrach centru] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274842 07/10/20 01:20:04 [aastanti hotmai] block composition?
274843 07/10/20 01:20:40 [nobu ruby-lang.] Re: extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects from c
274844 07/10/20 01:22:18 [rick.denatale g] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274845 07/10/20 01:54:57 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274846 07/10/20 01:55:02 [x-ruby-forum.co] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274847 07/10/20 01:55:04 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274848 07/10/20 01:58:36 [hramrach centru] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274849 07/10/20 02:25:01 [pbailey bna.com] mtime for ftp
274850 07/10/20 02:25:57 [matteo.zandi gm] rsruby with rails -------------------------
274851 07/10/20 02:29:45 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274852 07/10/20 02:30:46 [dirk.traulsen l] Re: How to combine blocks and recursiveness
274853 07/10/20 02:33:00 [sabon go2.pl ] Block iteration issues
274854 07/10/20 02:34:02 [rick.denatale g] Re: How exactly does Tryruby work?
274855 07/10/20 02:51:02 [rick.denatale g] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274856 07/10/20 02:57:56 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: block composition?
274857 07/10/20 03:08:16 [greg cyberfusio] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274858 07/10/20 03:10:45 [greg cyberfusio] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274859 07/10/20 03:13:40 [bbxx789_05ss ya] Re: simple code
274860 07/10/20 03:16:56 [ari aribrown.co] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274861 07/10/20 03:19:29 [ari aribrown.co] Re: How exactly does Tryruby work?
274862 07/10/20 03:19:39 [ari aribrown.co] Re: How exactly does Tryruby work?
274863 07/10/20 03:24:18 [gdprasad gmail.] Re: Q why do I get: uninitialized constant GLUT::BITMAP_8_BY_13
274864 07/10/20 03:30:54 [rick.denatale g] Re: How exactly does Tryruby work?
274865 07/10/20 03:50:09 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274866 07/10/20 03:54:24 [bbxx789_05ss ya] Re: Block iteration issues
274867 07/10/20 04:01:20 [sam.s.kong gmai] What's the ruby way of grouping elements of an array?
274868 07/10/20 04:04:45 [bryan.duxbury g] Ruby Hadoop DFS Client?
274869 07/10/20 04:05:06 [renard nc.rr.co] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274870 07/10/20 04:05:08 [mudsweatandears] Puzzle...cleaner way to redefine a method?
274871 07/10/20 04:10:11 [x-ruby-forum.co] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274872 07/10/20 04:15:02 [aastanti hotmai] Re: block composition?
274873 07/10/20 04:17:23 [Rob AgileConsul] Re: What's the ruby way of grouping elements of an array?
274874 07/10/20 04:19:03 [alex blackkettl] Re: Puzzle...cleaner way to redefine a method?
274875 07/10/20 04:19:54 [andreas_s hotma] the difference between for-loop and each -------------------------
274876 07/10/20 04:20:54 [andreas_s hotma] the difference between for-loop and each
274878 07/10/20 04:25:33 [perrin apotheon] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274879 07/10/20 04:33:33 [lbertacco tisca] Re: extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects fro
274880 07/10/20 04:38:13 [globyy3000 hotm] Re: combinations listing
274881 07/10/20 04:39:47 [luislavena gmai] Re: Compile 1.8.6-p110 under MinGW - test-all problems
274882 07/10/20 04:48:44 [bb147 gmx.de ] unsubscribe
274883 07/10/20 04:54:06 [victor.reyes gm] Re: 2 dimensional array
274884 07/10/20 04:55:18 [hramrach centru] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274885 07/10/20 05:40:48 [zlai sina.com ] why I can't update data, but I can insert data into new mode
274886 07/10/20 05:50:23 [coder68 yahoo.c] Re: What's the ruby way of grouping elements of an array?
274887 07/10/20 05:57:00 [mental rydia.ne] Re: the level of Ruby programmers vs PHP's
274888 07/10/20 05:58:09 [tmac easystreet] Re: why I can't update data, but I can insert data into new mode
274889 07/10/20 06:15:07 [user domain.inv] Ruby 3D
274890 07/10/20 06:22:25 [charles.nutter ] JRuby users out there?
274891 07/10/20 06:30:00 [jbornhoft gmail] Create matrix with random numbers
274892 07/10/20 06:30:52 [james.britt gma] Re: JRuby users out there?
274893 07/10/20 06:36:24 [caduceass gmail] Re: 2 dimensional array
274894 07/10/20 06:37:28 [aredridel nbtsc] Re: Ruby 3D
274895 07/10/20 06:48:28 [caduceass gmail] Re: Create matrix with random numbers
274896 07/10/20 06:53:41 [mfp acm.org ] Re: rocaml 0.6.0: fast, easy Ruby extensions in Objective Caml
274897 07/10/20 06:58:31 [ari aribrown.co] Re: Puzzle...cleaner way to redefine a method?
274898 07/10/20 07:09:51 [rogerpack2005 g] Re: ruby wish-list
274899 07/10/20 07:15:05 [gapjunk gmail.c] Building an extension in C++
274900 07/10/20 07:20:03 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: combinations listing -------------------------
274901 07/10/20 07:33:05 [mental rydia.ne] Re: Building an extension in C++
274902 07/10/20 07:38:55 [sean.ohalpin gm] Re: Puzzle...cleaner way to redefine a method?
274903 07/10/20 07:40:39 [hacker.heruba g] #help
274904 07/10/20 07:59:09 [sean.ohalpin gm] Re: block composition?
274905 07/10/20 08:00:08 [sean.ohalpin gm] Re: Puzzle...cleaner way to redefine a method?
274906 07/10/20 08:15:02 [kristoph gmail.] capture code in a block
274907 07/10/20 08:17:08 [andynu gmail.co] Re: [ANN] crosstab-0.1.0 Released
274908 07/10/20 08:17:39 [sean.ohalpin gm] Re: the difference between for-loop and each
274909 07/10/20 08:20:01 [news jay.fm ] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274910 07/10/20 08:20:33 [snk gna.org ] Re: ruby wish-list
274912 07/10/20 08:25:02 [news jay.fm ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274913 07/10/20 08:32:59 [sean.ohalpin gm] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274914 07/10/20 08:35:20 [sodani gmail.co] Re: debugging question
274915 07/10/20 08:45:02 [renard nc.rr.co] Re: why I can't update data, but I can insert data into new mode
274916 07/10/20 08:50:01 [renard nc.rr.co] Re: why I can't update data, but I can insert data into new mode
274917 07/10/20 08:51:27 [dan-ml dan42.co] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274918 07/10/20 08:55:16 [nobu ruby-lang.] Re: extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects fro
274919 07/10/20 09:23:24 [pergesu gmail.c] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274920 07/10/20 09:40:03 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: combinations listing
274921 07/10/20 09:46:58 [konrad tylerc.o] Re: capture code in a block
274922 07/10/20 10:05:03 [w_a_x_man yahoo] Re: What's the ruby way of grouping elements of an array?
274923 07/10/20 10:20:02 [w_a_x_man yahoo] Re: simple code
274924 07/10/20 10:25:59 [globyy3000 hotm] Re: combinations listing
274925 07/10/20 10:27:00 [dblack rubypal.] Re: Class instance variable idiom -------------------------
274926 07/10/20 10:28:38 [rogerpack2005 g] memory corruption
274927 07/10/20 10:30:02 [w_a_x_man yahoo] Re: simple code
274928 07/10/20 10:38:20 [jbornhoft gmail] Re: Create matrix with random numbers
274929 07/10/20 10:39:08 [erlercw gmail.c] 1.9 Prime class change request
274930 07/10/20 10:55:49 [mjudge surveyco] Re: [ANN] crosstab-0.1.0 Released
274931 07/10/20 10:59:20 [victor.reyes gm] Re: 2 dimensional array
274932 07/10/20 11:00:06 [hawat.thufir gm] iterating through a block; declaring an index/counter within that block
274933 07/10/20 11:08:42 [celtic sairyx.o] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274934 07/10/20 11:27:50 [bg-rubytalk inf] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274935 07/10/20 12:28:16 [bbxx789_05ss ya] Re: iterating through a block; declaring an index/counter within that block
274936 07/10/20 12:29:24 [williams.jayson] Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?)
274937 07/10/20 12:30:13 [tciuro mac.com ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274938 07/10/20 12:40:19 [lbertacco tisca] Re: extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects fro
274939 07/10/20 12:41:46 [botp delmonte-p] Re: [ANN] main-2.0.0
274940 07/10/20 12:52:28 [lbertacco tisca] Re: extendig ruby: defining classes and creating objects fro
274941 07/10/20 12:54:55 [ciconia gmail.c] ANN: Sequel 0.3 Released
274942 07/10/20 12:55:27 [znmeb cesmail.n] Why don't we have "C" machines? (was Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?)
274943 07/10/20 13:00:12 [znmeb cesmail.n] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274944 07/10/20 13:06:00 [dangerwillrobin] Re: ruby wish-list
274945 07/10/20 13:39:21 [globyy3000 hotm] Re: combinations listing
274946 07/10/20 13:47:28 [nonstickglue ve] Ruby Online
274947 07/10/20 13:55:46 [Rob AgileConsul] Re: Create matrix with random numbers
274948 07/10/20 14:35:06 [konrad tylerc.o] Re: Ruby Online
274949 07/10/20 14:51:29 [rogerpack2005 g] Re: memory corruption
274950 07/10/20 14:54:34 [perrin apotheon] Re: Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?) -------------------------
274951 07/10/20 15:30:09 [hawat.thufir gm] Re: Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?)
274952 07/10/20 15:38:41 [bbxx789_05ss ya] Re: Ruby Online
274953 07/10/20 15:51:11 [bbxx789_05ss ya] Re: Ruby Online
274954 07/10/20 16:01:09 [mihai.bulhac ya] read tables from SQL code
274955 07/10/20 16:30:03 [lojicdotcom gma] Re: combinations listing
274956 07/10/20 16:56:08 [ciconia gmail.c] Re: read tables from SQL code
274958 07/10/20 17:15:57 [drbrain segment] [ANN] RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274959 07/10/20 17:58:37 [globyy3000 hotm] Re: combinations listing
274960 07/10/20 18:30:04 [shortcutter goo] Re: the difference between for-loop and each
274961 07/10/20 18:56:20 [alex blackkettl] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274962 07/10/20 19:02:36 [molla5 yahoo.co] require with absolute path
274963 07/10/20 19:06:19 [alex blackkettl] Re: require with absolute path
274964 07/10/20 19:29:19 [matz ruby-lang.] Re: ruby wish-list
274965 07/10/20 20:25:03 [aidy.lewis goog] hash map during the creation of a new class instance?
274966 07/10/20 20:50:08 [shortcutter goo] Re: hash map during the creation of a new class instance?
274967 07/10/20 21:15:05 [aidy.lewis goog] Re: hash map during the creation of a new class instance?
274968 07/10/20 21:25:01 [shortcutter goo] Re: hash map during the creation of a new class instance?
274969 07/10/20 21:32:56 [gerardo.santana] [ANN] Ruby/Informix 0.6.2
274970 07/10/20 22:04:25 [djberg96 gmail.] Re: Rope Data Structures
274971 07/10/20 23:30:06 [redman accesswa] using TkPhotoImage
274972 07/10/21 00:06:21 [jacques calisto] logon
274973 07/10/21 00:20:02 [gapjunk gmail.c] Re: Building an extension in C++
274974 07/10/21 01:07:55 [rogerpack2005 g] Re: debugging question
274975 07/10/21 01:10:01 [shortcutter goo] Re: Building an extension in C++ -------------------------
274976 07/10/21 01:10:02 [news jay.fm ] Re: Is it always the norm to skip 'return'?
274977 07/10/21 01:16:29 [fxrubyguy gmail] Re: [ANN] RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274978 07/10/21 01:42:03 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: Class instance variable idiom
274979 07/10/21 01:43:30 [se digitale-wer] Re: [ANN] RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274980 07/10/21 01:51:06 [ara.t.howard gm] Re: [ANN] main-2.0.0
274981 07/10/21 01:52:36 [drbrain segment] Re: [ANN] RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274982 07/10/21 01:55:03 [gapjunk gmail.c] Re: Building an extension in C++
274983 07/10/21 01:55:39 [ara.t.howard gm] [ANN] main-2.1.0
274984 07/10/21 01:58:51 [williams.jayson] Re: Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?)
274985 07/10/21 02:12:07 [dangerwillrobin] Re: read tables from SQL code
274986 07/10/21 02:15:06 [drbrain segment] Re: [ANN] RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274987 07/10/21 02:23:52 [rick.denatale g] Re: Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?)
274988 07/10/21 02:26:14 [nonstickglue ve] Re: Ruby Online
274989 07/10/21 02:31:17 [hramrach centru] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274990 07/10/21 02:40:05 [kristoph gmail.] Re: capture code in a block
274991 07/10/21 02:45:01 [philipp.goetzin] libxml iterate xml tree
274992 07/10/21 02:50:01 [news jay.fm ] Re: [OT] Re: Should *most* memory be release back to the system?
274993 07/10/21 02:55:01 [news jay.fm ] Anyone written ruby milters?
274994 07/10/21 03:02:18 [perrin apotheon] Re: Ruby Online
274996 07/10/21 03:21:12 [djberg96 gmail.] Re: RubyGems Beta 0.9.4.6
274997 07/10/21 03:22:22 [nonstickglue ve] Re: Mind giving a little help?
274998 07/10/21 03:25:46 [rick.denatale g] Re: Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby (is this guy ok?)
274999 07/10/21 03:30:39 [dangerwillrobin] Re: Ruby Online