ruby_talk (78401-78600)

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78401 03/08/08 06:49:34 [app1tam ups.com] Ducktype, right?
78402 03/08/08 06:57:51 [ruby-talk griff] "".split(//,2) different between 1.6 and 1.8
78403 03/08/08 07:09:42 [STUCKNER MULTIT] Re: [DRb] Using DRb to implement object database
78404 03/08/08 07:27:08 [martindemello y] Re: Ducktype, right?
78405 03/08/08 07:30:14 [in6x059 public.] Re: Elegant solution for a loop-break problem
78406 03/08/08 07:41:09 [dblack superlin] Re: Ducktype, right?
78407 03/08/08 07:47:12 [sera fhwang.net] Re: Lafcadio: An object-relational mapping layer for Ruby
78408 03/08/08 07:50:20 [m_seki mva.bigl] Re: [DRb] Using DRb to implement object database
78409 03/08/08 07:54:01 [drbrain segment] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78410 03/08/08 08:14:40 [hal9000 hyperme] Re: Ducktype, right?
78411 03/08/08 08:27:19 [avi beta4.com ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78412 03/08/08 09:07:22 [martindemello y] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78413 03/08/08 09:07:24 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78414 03/08/08 09:08:49 [rodrigo.bermejo] [offtopic]Re: Ducktype, right?
78415 03/08/08 09:27:11 [jos catnook.com] Re: Mail delivery to non-mbox?
78416 03/08/08 09:27:27 [mike ratdog.sto] Re: Ducktype, right?
78417 03/08/08 09:30:20 [matz ruby-lang.] Re: "".split(//,2) different between 1.6 and 1.8
78418 03/08/08 09:36:48 [nathaniel NOSPA] DRb & OpenSSL... more info
78419 03/08/08 09:39:29 [dcarrera math.u] Distributing Ruby applications
78420 03/08/08 09:45:39 [curt hibbs.com ] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78421 03/08/08 09:46:13 [gsinclair soyab] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78422 03/08/08 09:50:40 [nathaniel NOSPA] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78423 03/08/08 10:27:34 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: $stdout.sync on windows
78424 03/08/08 10:27:36 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78425 03/08/08 10:30:52 [nathaniel NOSPA] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc? -------------------------
78426 03/08/08 11:00:50 [nobu.nokada sof] Re: $stdout.sync on windows
78427 03/08/08 11:04:35 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78428 03/08/08 11:31:11 [djd15 po.cwru.e] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78429 03/08/08 11:36:47 [mwilson13 cox.n] [OT: Confucius] [WAS --Re: Ducktype, right?]
78430 03/08/08 11:42:17 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78431 03/08/08 11:47:48 [tim vegeta.ath.] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78432 03/08/08 11:57:42 [dcarrera math.u] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78433 03/08/08 11:58:53 [dcarrera math.u] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78434 03/08/08 12:07:51 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: $stdout.sync on windows
78435 03/08/08 12:07:51 [curt hibbs.com ] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78436 03/08/08 12:29:26 [djberg96 yahoo.] Ruby, MS Windows, extensions and entry points
78437 03/08/08 12:32:56 [djd15 po.cwru.e] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78438 03/08/08 12:44:39 [james_b neuroga] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78439 03/08/08 12:49:14 [dcarrera math.u] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78440 03/08/08 13:07:36 [jweirich one.ne] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78441 03/08/08 13:13:36 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78442 03/08/08 13:15:53 [npmpcebf9 yahoo] Italian-crafted Rolex - only $65 - $140!! Free SHIPPING.......... v
78443 03/08/08 13:23:23 [phasis bcline.c] Re: Ruby, MS Windows, extensions and entry points
78444 03/08/08 13:38:05 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78445 03/08/08 13:50:16 [jweirich one.ne] References in Ruby (Was: Elegant solution for a loop-break problem)
78446 03/08/08 13:58:02 [nobu.nokada sof] Re: Ruby, MS Windows, extensions and entry points
78447 03/08/08 13:59:03 [jweirich one.ne] Re: Source for Ref (Was: References in Ruby)
78448 03/08/08 14:00:00 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78449 03/08/08 14:04:42 [mwilson13 cox.n] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78450 03/08/08 14:05:31 [djd15 po.cwru.e] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc? -------------------------
78451 03/08/08 14:28:20 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78452 03/08/08 14:42:26 [djd15 po.cwru.e] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78453 03/08/08 15:28:26 [pcdavid emn.fr ] Re: [offtopic]Re: Ducktype, right?
78454 03/08/08 15:54:47 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78455 03/08/08 16:18:00 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78456 03/08/08 18:28:37 [denshimeiru-sap] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78457 03/08/08 18:36:59 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: More on DRB & OpenSSL
78458 03/08/08 18:40:38 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78459 03/08/08 18:48:40 [jcarbaut sailor] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78460 03/08/08 19:02:06 [B.Candler pobox] Re: More on DRB & OpenSSL
78461 03/08/08 19:08:43 [gm navel.gr ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78462 03/08/08 19:25:01 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: More on DRB & OpenSSL
78463 03/08/08 19:48:48 [martindemello y] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78464 03/08/08 20:09:34 [dan tastapod.co] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78465 03/08/08 20:14:38 [sdmitry lrn.ru ] TestCase human-readable name
78466 03/08/08 20:28:52 [kapheine hypa.n] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78467 03/08/08 21:03:13 [curt hibbs.com ] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78468 03/08/08 21:08:50 [d.borodaenko sa] Can't inherit CGI from cgi.rb
78469 03/08/08 21:32:04 [jweirich one.ne] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78470 03/08/08 21:49:05 [rc vaccaperna.c] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78471 03/08/08 21:53:05 [gsinclair soyab] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78472 03/08/08 22:12:16 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78473 03/08/08 22:15:13 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78474 03/08/08 22:17:05 [batsman.geo yah] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78475 03/08/08 22:26:26 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc? -------------------------
78476 03/08/08 22:28:26 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78477 03/08/08 23:00:23 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Can't inherit CGI from cgi.rb
78478 03/08/08 23:10:10 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78479 03/08/08 23:19:52 [app1tam ups.com] Re: Ducktype, right?
78480 03/08/08 23:21:45 [nathaniel NOSPA] Re: TestCase human-readable name
78481 03/08/08 23:23:25 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78482 03/08/08 23:29:33 [dan sidhe.org ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78483 03/08/08 23:58:44 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78484 03/08/08 23:59:39 [dblack superlin] Re: Ducktype, right?
78485 03/08/09 00:06:43 [nathaniel NOSPA] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78486 03/08/09 00:11:01 [STUCKNER MULTIT] Re: [DRb] Using DRb to implement object database
78487 03/08/09 00:33:17 [app1tam ups.com] Re: Ducktype, right?
78488 03/08/09 00:37:59 [curt hibbs.com ] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78489 03/08/09 00:44:38 [sdmitry lrn.ru ] Re: TestCase human-readable name
78490 03/08/09 00:49:29 [comp.lang.ruby.] Re: Mail delivery to non-mbox?
78491 03/08/09 00:57:06 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78492 03/08/09 00:58:04 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78493 03/08/09 01:06:05 [nathaniel NOSPA] Re: TestCase human-readable name
78494 03/08/09 01:09:33 [tim vegeta.ath.] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78495 03/08/09 01:25:05 [d.borodaenko sa] [ANN] Samizdat 0.0.3, introducing query construction UI
78496 03/08/09 01:32:20 [dblack superlin] Re: Ducktype, right?
78497 03/08/09 01:47:46 [sdmitry lrn.ru ] Re: TestCase human-readable name
78498 03/08/09 01:49:38 [0bz63fz3m1qt300] [ann] AEditor 0.10, folding added
78499 03/08/09 01:55:03 [naber ct0.com ] Ruby-talk, oe pacc 0yy fUW LcWF2x8 YBI
78500 03/08/09 02:03:53 [bdavid yahoo.co] heh -------------------------
78501 03/08/09 02:19:25 [flori nixe.ping] Re: Ducktype, right?
78502 03/08/09 02:25:24 [dave pragprog.c] Re: Ducktype, right?
78503 03/08/09 02:27:07 [STUCKNER MULTIT] Catching thread exceptions
78504 03/08/09 02:34:48 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Catching thread exceptions
78505 03/08/09 02:51:51 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Ducktype, right?
78506 03/08/09 02:56:31 [dcarrera math.u] wxRuby platforms
78507 03/08/09 02:56:47 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Catching thread exceptions
78508 03/08/09 03:05:14 [brian coolnameh] Re: wxRuby platforms
78509 03/08/09 03:17:19 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Ducktype, right?
78510 03/08/09 03:19:21 [ryan dlugosz.ne] Re: Ducktype, right?
78511 03/08/09 03:36:34 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Ducktype, right?
78512 03/08/09 03:36:42 [STUCKNER MULTIT] Re: Catching thread exceptions
78513 03/08/09 04:14:36 [ben thingmagic.] Re: Ducktype, right?
78514 03/08/09 04:30:02 [my.name.here gm] Re: Elegant solution for a loop-break problem
78515 03/08/09 04:32:42 [olivier jama-el] Re: Ducktype, right?
78516 03/08/09 04:33:26 [hal9000 hyperme] Re: Ducktype, right?
78517 03/08/09 04:46:35 [hal9000 hyperme] Reflection API -- determining methods' origins
78518 03/08/09 04:50:07 [lyle users.sour] Re: Ducktype, right?
78519 03/08/09 04:50:05 [mmirra libero.R] Re: Ducktype, right?
78520 03/08/09 04:50:43 [dblack superlin] Re: Ducktype, right?
78521 03/08/09 04:58:30 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Ducktype, right?
78522 03/08/09 05:05:46 [dblack superlin] Re: Reflection API -- determining methods' origins
78523 03/08/09 05:07:42 [djd15 cwru.edu ] Re: Ducktype, right?
78524 03/08/09 05:14:00 [flgr ccan.de ] Re: Why does Ruby have callcc?
78525 03/08/09 05:16:55 [easco mac.com ] A question about Circular References -------------------------
78526 03/08/09 05:34:46 [chrismo clabs.o] Re: Ducktype, right?
78527 03/08/09 06:10:18 [lyle users.sour] Re: A question about Circular References
78528 03/08/09 06:10:19 [my.name.here gm] =~ obsolete?
78529 03/08/09 06:10:44 [djd15 po.cwru.e] Re: Ducktype, right?
78530 03/08/09 06:30:22 [airboss nodewar] Re: =~ obsolete?
78531 03/08/09 06:33:32 [brett_williams ] Re: =~ obsolete?
78532 03/08/09 06:45:06 [in6x059 public.] Re: Elegant solution for a loop-break problem
78533 03/08/09 06:46:26 [dave pragprog.c] Re: Ducktype, right?
78534 03/08/09 07:39:34 [armin xss.de ] Rjudy & Ruby 1.8.0;
78538 03/08/09 08:48:10 [tim bates.id.au] Re: Ducktype, right?
78539 03/08/09 08:50:38 [dagbrown LART.c] Re: =~ obsolete?
78540 03/08/09 08:51:57 [matz ruby-lang.] Re: ruby bug tracking
78541 03/08/09 09:02:03 [hgs dmu.ac.uk ] Re: =~ obsolete?
78542 03/08/09 09:06:59 [hal9000 hyperme] Re: =~ obsolete?
78543 03/08/09 09:17:10 [Ephaeton gmx.ne] Re: =~ obsolete?
78544 03/08/09 09:25:08 [tom infoether.c] Re: ruby bug tracking
78545 03/08/09 09:26:40 [hal9000 hyperme] Re: =~ obsolete?
78547 03/08/09 09:39:31 [bgrayguy email.] hey its me
78550 03/08/09 10:22:13 [tim bates.id.au] WeakRef and caches -------------------------
78551 03/08/09 10:30:11 [flori nixe.ping] Re: =~ obsolete?
78552 03/08/09 10:42:55 [rpav users.sour] Re: WeakRef and caches
78554 03/08/09 10:50:53 [dagbrown LART.c] Re: Indentation Style
78555 03/08/09 11:15:16 [tim bates.id.au] Re: WeakRef and caches
78562 03/08/09 14:15:13 [faq comp.nus.ed] Ruby-talk, ͥ ʥĥߥۥޥ ! ---eFkomMvVqBnRaDY
78563 03/08/09 14:38:27 [gour mail.inet.] Re: Distributing Ruby applications
78565 03/08/09 15:51:30 [tim vegeta.ath.] Re: Apple recognizes Ruby on the Xserve product page
78566 03/08/09 16:11:22 [bmyers email.co] Re: Hey man
78567 03/08/09 16:22:00 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Ducktype, right?
78568 03/08/09 16:44:55 [bpfoss juno.com] Re: hey
78569 03/08/09 16:47:10 [mccramer s.neti] Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78570 03/08/09 17:14:14 [B.Candler pobox] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78571 03/08/09 17:18:00 [matz ruby-lang.] Re: =~ obsolete?
78572 03/08/09 17:50:09 [flori nixe.ping] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78573 03/08/09 17:51:39 [dooby d10.karoo] Re: rdtool installation: what is amstd/rbparams?
78574 03/08/09 17:58:47 [brequest_70 ema] check it!
78575 03/08/09 19:03:30 [mccramer s.neti] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;) -------------------------
78576 03/08/09 19:15:36 [decoux moulon.i] Re: WeakRef and caches
78577 03/08/09 19:31:47 [martindemello y] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78578 03/08/09 19:31:49 [news stud.ntnu.] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78579 03/08/09 20:28:12 [gsinclair soyab] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78580 03/08/09 20:31:57 [martindemello y] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78581 03/08/09 20:37:38 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78582 03/08/09 20:40:10 [flori nixe.ping] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78583 03/08/09 20:52:01 [martindemello y] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78584 03/08/09 20:52:02 [martindemello y] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78585 03/08/09 21:11:18 [mneumann ntecs.] Re: Rjudy & Ruby 1.8.0;
78586 03/08/09 21:18:37 [lone-star home.] Re: Indentation Style
78587 03/08/09 21:28:12 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Rjudy & Ruby 1.8.0;
78588 03/08/09 21:32:06 [news stud.ntnu.] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78589 03/08/09 21:52:11 [martindemello y] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78590 03/08/09 22:11:52 [mneumann ntecs.] Re: Rjudy & Ruby 1.8.0;
78591 03/08/09 22:15:51 [decoux moulon.i] Re: Rjudy & Ruby 1.8.0;
78592 03/08/09 22:22:11 [jweirich one.ne] Re: Ducktype, right?
78593 03/08/09 22:32:16 [news stud.ntnu.] Re: Ruby and OOP-design (question of an old "procedural person" ;)
78594 03/08/09 22:37:03 [david loudthink] Problems with the Ruby MySQL Interface 2.4.4a and Ruby 1.8.0 on OS X
78595 03/08/09 23:39:40 [easco mac.com ] Re: A question about Circular References
78596 03/08/09 23:52:21 [comp.lang.ruby.] Re: ruby bug tracking
78597 03/08/10 00:03:50 [travisnkala net] FOREIGN PARTNER NEEDED
78598 03/08/10 00:12:09 [alwagner tcac.n] Re: rdtool installation: what is amstd/rbparams?
78599 03/08/10 00:20:32 [david loudthink] Re: Problems with the Ruby MySQL Interface 2.4.4a and Ruby 1.8.0 on OS X
78600 03/08/10 01:05:32 [mutoh highway.n] [ANN] Ruby-GNOME2-0.6.0 -------------------------