ruby_talk (4001-4200)

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4001 00/07/13 22:51:37 [schneiker jump.] Re: Principle of least effort -- another Ruby virtue.
4002 00/07/14 15:28:52 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4003 00/07/14 11:08:19 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4004 00/07/14 12:45:51 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Array.uniq! returning nil
4005 00/07/14 12:51:17 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4006 00/07/14 12:53:35 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Optional argument and *rest simultaneou sly
4007 00/07/14 12:56:19 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Associating block to block call?
4008 00/07/14 14:19:08 [aleksi.niemela ] Ruby installation instructions for Windows
4009 00/07/14 14:22:24 [neumann s-direk] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4010 00/07/14 14:30:52 [neumann s-direk] Re: Ruby installation instructions for Windows
4011 00/07/14 08:35:27 [andy toolshed.c] Re: irb install
4012 00/07/14 13:39:43 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: Ruby installation instructions for Windows
4013 00/07/14 15:41:16 [bombadil wanado] Slow GTK+ and Tk bindings
4014 00/07/14 15:53:51 [bombadil wanado] RegExps and latin_1
4015 00/07/14 15:52:28 [aleksi.niemela ] RE: RegExps and latin_1
4016 00/07/14 09:07:52 [Dave Thomases.c] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4017 00/07/14 07:55:16 [charleshixsn ea] Re: Principle of least effort -- another Ruby virtue.
4018 00/07/14 17:59:14 [neumann s-direk] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4019 00/07/14 11:22:24 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4020 00/07/14 12:43:34 [yashi yashi.com] Re: Slow GTK+ and Tk bindings
4021 00/07/14 17:00:40 [jilanik tin.it ] Ruby and Interbase on Windows
4022 00/07/14 18:57:00 [neumann s-direk] Re: Ruby and Interbase on Windows
4023 00/07/14 19:07:21 [neumann s-direk] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4024 00/07/15 01:26:36 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Array.uniq! returning nil
4025 00/07/15 00:56:16 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Optional argument and *rest simultaneou sly -------------------------
4026 00/07/15 00:46:45 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Thread and File do not work together
4027 00/07/15 01:03:20 [matz netlab.co.] Re: RegExps and latin_1
4028 00/07/14 16:24:48 [perin panix.com] Re: Ruby installation instructions for Windows
4029 00/07/15 09:17:26 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4030 00/07/15 14:01:20 [fukusima goto.i] Re: Ruby installation instructions for Windows
4031 00/07/15 00:41:57 [Dave Thomases.c] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4032 00/07/15 00:41:03 [jilanik tin.it ] Re: Ruby and Interbase on Windows
4033 00/07/15 12:23:22 [neumann s-direk] Re: Ruby and Interbase on Windows
4034 00/07/15 14:32:23 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Ruby and Interbase on Windows
4035 00/07/15 14:41:03 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Optional argument and *rest simultaneou sly
4036 00/07/15 14:50:59 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: RegExps and latin_1
4037 00/07/16 00:09:55 [matz netlab.co.] Re: RegExps and latin_1
4038 00/07/16 00:13:52 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4039 00/07/15 10:46:56 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4040 00/07/15 17:50:35 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4041 00/07/15 14:48:26 [neumann s-direk] Re: Ruby installation instructions forWindows
4042 00/07/15 13:25:33 [jilanik tin.it ] Ruby and Interbase on Windows - Solved! :-)
4043 00/07/15 22:08:50 [Dave thomases.c] What are you using Ruby for?
4044 00/07/16 00:01:18 [kikutani Galaxy] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4045 00/07/16 13:11:50 [nahi keynauts.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4046 00/07/15 23:13:32 [Dave thomases.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4047 00/07/16 13:10:20 [rubikitch ruby-] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4048 00/07/16 13:17:58 [nahi keynauts.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4049 00/07/16 13:23:39 [rubikitch ruby-] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4050 00/07/16 13:35:51 [ringo hompo.co.] Re: What are you using Ruby for? -------------------------
4051 00/07/16 13:37:51 [nahi keynauts.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4052 00/07/15 23:46:19 [Dave thomases.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4053 00/07/15 21:51:11 [johann physics.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4054 00/07/16 13:12:44 [jilanik tin.it ] Ruby and FreeBSD
4055 00/07/16 13:39:23 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Ruby and FreeBSD
4056 00/07/16 20:46:35 [fit0298 fitec.c] Re: Ruby and FreeBSD
4057 00/07/16 14:57:18 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4058 00/07/16 15:07:31 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4059 00/07/16 12:38:21 [Stephane.Legran] Re: Ruby and FreeBSD
4060 00/07/16 09:41:36 [Dave thomases.c] Phython and Microsoft's IL
4061 00/07/16 10:46:48 [sadams3 columbu] Re: Phython and Microsoft's IL
4062 00/07/16 10:44:28 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Phython and Microsoft's IL
4063 00/07/16 16:02:06 [jesjones halcyo] Re: require, ensure, and Design by Contract
4064 00/07/17 12:52:08 [matz zetabits.c] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4065 00/07/17 14:18:45 [rubikitch ruby-] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4066 00/07/17 14:17:39 [shugo ruby-lang] Re: Exit in eRuby
4067 00/07/17 14:52:09 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Pluggable functions and blocks
4068 00/07/17 16:31:03 [nahi keynauts.c] Weather around rubyist & SOAP4R
4069 00/07/17 03:16:54 [schneiker jump.] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4070 00/07/17 10:57:40 [hipster xs4all.] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4071 00/07/17 04:13:17 [schneiker jump.] Re: Phython and Microsoft's IL
4072 00/07/17 04:32:32 [schneiker jump.] Re: Principle of least effort -- another Ruby virtue.
4073 00/07/17 04:58:03 [schneiker jump.] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4074 00/07/18 10:50:56 [excalibor demas] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4075 00/07/17 13:37:13 [pixel mandrakes] unpack and "bn" with n>16 -------------------------
4076 00/07/17 13:41:27 [decoux moulon.i] Re: unpack and "bn" with n>16
4077 00/07/17 13:45:47 [aleksi.niemela ] RE: unpack and "bn" with n>16
4078 00/07/17 20:58:47 [fit0298 fitec.c] Re: unpack and "bn" with n>16
4079 00/07/17 13:44:33 [feldt ce.chalme] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4080 00/07/17 14:19:35 [pixel mandrakes] Re: unpack and "bn" with n>16
4081 00/07/17 14:28:00 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: unpack and "bn" with n>16
4082 00/07/17 15:13:14 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4083 00/07/17 07:20:52 [charleshixsn ea] Re: Principle of least effort -- another Ruby virtue.
4084 00/07/17 10:48:50 [DDouthitt cuna.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4085 00/07/17 17:54:23 [feldt ce.chalme] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4086 00/07/17 17:42:52 [feldt ce.chalme] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4087 00/07/17 12:43:11 [perin panix.com] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4088 00/07/17 12:46:33 [perin panix.com] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4089 00/07/17 09:58:31 [johann physics.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4090 00/07/18 02:33:29 [ringo hompo.co.] Ruby/GMP
4091 00/07/17 18:14:33 [hal9000 hyperme] 'each' and 'in'
4092 00/07/17 17:59:40 [hal9000 hyperme] Errors in reference?
4093 00/07/17 18:29:07 [hal9000 hyperme] Possible new bit of syntax sugar?
4094 00/07/17 14:33:03 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Errors in reference?
4095 00/07/17 20:54:50 [hal9000 hyperme] Re: Errors in reference?
4096 00/07/17 21:44:17 [c.hintze gmx.ne] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4097 00/07/17 18:39:12 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Errors in reference?
4098 00/07/17 19:52:16 [gnhurst hurstli] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4099 00/07/18 10:30:37 [matz netlab.co.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4100 00/07/18 01:06:59 [SPAMBGONEmbkenn] Re: Static Typing( Was: Waffling between Python and Ruby) -------------------------
4101 00/07/18 10:44:45 [matz netlab.co.] Re: 'each' and 'in'
4102 00/07/18 10:46:35 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Possible new bit of syntax sugar?
4103 00/07/17 23:50:02 [schneik austin.] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4104 00/07/18 00:31:36 [schneik austin.] Re: Possible new bit of syntax sugar?
4105 00/07/18 00:25:22 [schneik austin.] Re: 'each' and 'in'
4106 00/07/18 15:35:48 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Possible new bit of syntax sugar?
4107 00/07/18 01:58:18 [schneik us.ibm.] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4108 00/07/18 03:05:16 [schneiker jump.] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4109 00/07/18 10:42:52 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4110 00/07/18 12:07:42 [hipster xs4all.] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4111 00/07/18 17:28:22 [erngui acm.org ] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4112 00/07/18 11:57:14 [schneik austin.] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4113 00/07/18 11:59:43 [schneik austin.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4114 00/07/18 14:24:05 [Dave thomases.c] Method signature - a question for the group
4115 00/07/18 21:35:42 [hipster xs4all.] Re: Method signature - a question for the group
4116 00/07/18 13:30:34 [johann physics.] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4117 00/07/18 19:51:37 [c.hintze gmx.ne] Re: 'each' and 'in' -- special char problem?
4118 00/07/18 16:02:59 [johann physics.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4119 00/07/18 18:27:39 [schneik austin.] Re: Method signature - a question for the group
4120 00/07/18 20:08:58 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Function objects. was: What are you using Ruby for?
4121 00/07/18 23:18:21 [Dave thomases.c] OptParse no longer works with new Ruby
4122 00/07/19 13:30:24 [matz netlab.co.] Re: OptParse no longer works with new Ruby (PR#41)
4123 00/07/19 05:19:20 [bugparts hotmai] Hunters, Shooters README ! 1162
4124 00/07/19 10:56:20 [feldt ce.chalme] Problems with Data_Wrap_Struct
4125 00/07/19 12:04:01 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Function objects. was: What are you usi ng Ruby for? -------------------------
4126 00/07/19 08:18:00 [royhamel home.c] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4127 00/07/19 21:54:49 [kjana os.xaxon.] Re: Function objects. was: What are you usi ng Ruby for?
4128 00/07/19 15:03:17 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: Function objects. was: What are you usi ng Ruby for?
4129 00/07/19 14:41:09 [feldt ce.chalme] Forget: Problems with Data_Wrap_Struct
4130 00/07/19 08:47:50 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Function objects. was: What are you usi ng Ruby for?
4131 00/07/19 10:38:17 [johann physics.] Re: Function objects. was: What are you using Ruby for?
4132 00/07/19 13:36:10 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Function objects. was: What are you using Ruby for?
4133 00/07/19 13:41:35 [schneik austin.] Re: OT: Re: P. of least effort -- fragile typesetters
4134 00/07/19 13:56:08 [schneik austin.] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4135 00/07/19 19:08:59 [c.hintze gmx.ne] Re: Function objects. was: What are you usi ng Ruby for?
4136 00/07/19 13:46:14 [charleshixsn ea] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4137 00/07/19 20:55:34 [hal9000 hyperme] First quines in ruby?
4138 00/07/19 16:54:53 [Dave thomases.c] Re: First quines in ruby?
4139 00/07/19 23:05:18 [schneik austin.] Facilitating Ruby self-propagation with the rig-it autopolymorph application.
4140 00/07/19 23:51:24 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Facilitating Ruby self-propagation with the rig-it autopolymorph application.
4141 00/07/19 23:39:52 [schneik austin.] Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit).
4142 00/07/20 09:59:39 [hipster xs4all.] Re: Facilitating Ruby self-propagation with the rig-it autopolymorph application.
4143 00/07/20 18:30:33 [fukusima goto.i] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4144 00/07/20 14:06:26 [abel_sm mtu-net] String range inconsistence
4145 00/07/20 14:29:32 [neumann s-direk] Re: What are you using Ruby for?
4146 00/07/20 08:34:38 [charleshixsn ea] Re: String range inconsistence
4147 00/07/20 11:35:54 [schneik austin.] Re: What are you using Ruby for? -- packaging Ruby programs as single files
4148 00/07/20 19:27:36 [aleksi.niemela ] Inconsistent file access on Windows ports
4149 00/07/20 11:46:34 [schneik austin.] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4150 00/07/20 12:08:11 [schneik austin.] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit) -------------------------
4151 00/07/20 13:14:15 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4152 00/07/20 11:42:55 [charleshixsn ea] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4153 00/07/20 21:26:45 [Dave thomases.c] ARGF and line numbers
4154 00/07/21 13:03:16 [matz netlab.co.] Re: ARGF and line numbers
4155 00/07/20 23:17:27 [Dave thomases.c] Re: ARGF and line numbers
4156 00/07/21 09:27:28 [hipster xs4all.] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4157 00/07/21 11:14:21 [aleksi.niemela ] RE: Inconsistent file access on Windows ports
4158 00/07/21 13:59:46 [neumann s-direk] Getting Tk to work on Windows
4159 00/07/21 08:56:06 [charleshixsn ea] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4160 00/07/22 02:01:43 [toshirok yb3.so] Re: What are you using Ruby for? -- packaging Ruby programs as single files
4161 00/07/21 16:38:14 [hal9000 hyperme] Regex question
4162 00/07/21 12:26:59 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Regex question
4163 00/07/21 18:17:25 [faatdilac my-de] Re: Regex question
4164 00/07/21 12:16:09 [johann physics.] Basic variable question
4165 00/07/21 18:36:26 [schneik austin.] Re: Tryit (The Ruby Yielding Innovation Toolkit)
4166 00/07/21 18:04:24 [dennisn pe.net ] How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4167 00/07/21 22:56:24 [Dave thomases.c] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4168 00/07/22 00:36:23 [schneiker jump.] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4169 00/07/22 02:16:03 [schneiker jump.] RUBY NEWSGROUP FAQ -- Welcome to comp.lang.ruby! (Revised 2000-07-13)
4170 00/07/22 02:51:17 [Dave thomases.c] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4171 00/07/22 13:18:12 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Basic variable question
4172 00/07/23 01:14:06 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Basic variable question
4173 00/07/22 14:25:21 [schneiker jump.] Re: Basic variable question -- and Ruby FAQ question
4174 00/07/22 14:55:30 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Basic variable question -- and Ruby FAQ question
4175 00/07/22 18:23:23 [perin panix.com] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ?? -------------------------
4176 00/07/22 23:25:41 [schneik austin.] Re: Ruby for MacOS?
4177 00/07/23 01:49:50 [schneik austin.] Re: Getting Tk to work on Windows
4178 00/07/23 03:05:12 [schneik austin.] Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4179 00/07/23 07:07:38 [Dave thomases.c] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4180 00/07/23 13:32:54 [schneiker jump.] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4181 00/07/23 19:26:21 [charleshixsn ea] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4182 00/07/24 10:39:17 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Ruby for MacOS?
4183 00/07/24 10:41:16 [matz netlab.co.] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4184 00/07/24 15:26:51 [nagai dumbo23.d] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4185 00/07/24 09:24:37 [neilh scintilla] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working.
4186 00/07/24 14:59:15 [feldt ce.chalme] How-to time short intervals?
4187 00/07/24 15:47:16 [aleksi.niemela ] RE: How-to time short intervals?
4188 00/07/24 17:33:56 [feldt ce.chalme] RE: How-to time short intervals?
4189 00/07/24 11:17:04 [DDouthitt cuna.] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4190 00/07/24 11:22:34 [Dave thomases.c] Re: How-to time short intervals?
4191 00/07/24 11:28:17 [Dave thomases.c] Re: How Fast is Ruby cpr. Perl, Python, Tcl ??
4192 00/07/24 19:05:52 [aleksi.niemela ] Re: How-to time short intervals?
4193 00/07/24 16:44:19 [hal9000 hyperme] RE: How-to time short intervals?
4194 00/07/24 19:08:14 [feldt ce.chalme] Debugging extension by statically linking with ruby.exe
4195 00/07/24 20:04:15 [aleksi.niemela ] ruby-ann?
4196 00/07/24 16:15:57 [schneik austin.] Re: Basic variable question -- and Ruby FAQ question
4197 00/07/24 16:38:41 [schneik austin.] Re: ruby-ann?
4198 00/07/24 19:39:35 [Andy toolshed.c] Control-Z under Windows
4199 00/07/24 19:20:40 [schneik austin.] Re: Control-Z under Windows
4200 00/07/25 02:43:52 [schneik austin.] Re: Partly converted English Ruby/Tk widget demo working. -------------------------