104456-105311 subjects 104865-106709

^ Romainian Teenagers Raped.  Banned Photos.  1721
104643 [leefranks bl] Pictures from banned site of young romanian teenagers being brutally raped.

^ Problem with mkmf on OS X
104645 [usenet andre] # begin
+ 104664 [nobu.nokada ] ruby extconf.rb --with-opt-dir=/sw
| 104669 [usenet andre] This doesn't change anything.
+ 104684 [nobu.nokada ] Is libruby-static.a installed underneath
  104687 [usenet andre] No, it didn't exist at all. Now that I have built ruby from source it

^ Problem with FxRuby sample "Dilbert.rb"
104647 [NoOne Nowher] I copied this sample to a test folder.  The code warned that "this example

^ Writing UNIX 'wc' program
104649 [" *(&SPAM&)*] Hey all,
+ 104650 [phubuh phubu] How about something like this?
| 104654 [" (nil_spam)] This is good. I'll give it a shot.
+ 104651 [gsinclair so] A couple of tips.
| 104652 [surrender_it] longest= data.split(/\n/).sort_by{ |l| l.length }.last
| 104653 [flgr ccan.de] For something like this it would be great to have a .max_by built-in.
| 104657 [g_ogata optu] #max, like #sort, takes a block.  That good enough, isn't it?
| 104675 [flgr ccan.de] It's not as comfortable as a #max_by that would use a Schwartzian
| + 104681 [martindemell] It's irrelevant - max only traverses the list once anyway, so each list
| + 104682 [martindemell] Oops - ignore my other reply. This would indeed be syntactically neater.
+ 104665 [NoOne Nowher] 1.  It doesn't store the input in an array
+ 104670 [kristof vlee] line_length = data.inject(0){ |m, l|
+ 104678 [djberg96 hot] For File.wc see "ptools", available on the RAA.

^ PragProg Interview on O'Reilly Network
104655 [rich lithino] I really like the fact that you didn't push Ruby.
104671 [mailinglists] But maybe mentioning Ruby at least once would be nice.

^ [ANN] Springz 1.0
104656 [gavin refine] The Springz library allows you to attach two objects together (in 2D
+ 104659 [sdate everes] def remove_thyself
| 104660 [gavin refine] Heh...oops. :)
| 104661 [sdate everes] That is exactly what I did ... will let you know when I get it
+ 105108 [pbrannan atd] A library like this has a very large number of applications.  The most

^ [ANN] midilib initial release
104658 [ jimm io.com] midilib is a pure Ruby MIDI library useful for reading and writing standard
104704 [mghall.No Sp] How does it differ from http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/smf/  ?
104708 [ jimm io.com] Mike,

^ running ala Perl's strict
104666 [lists zara.6] With -w (verbose mode), Ruby can print compilation warnings, like
105109 [pbrannan atd] No, though I wish there were.  You can hack it with a thread that reads

^ different safe levels, which one to choose?
104667 [lists zara.6] Is there a guide or thumb rule on choosing which safe level should one

^ rounding to n decimal digits
104668 [lists zara.6] class Float
+ 104679 [piir earthli] I don't know if this is what you want and I am thinking that there is
+ 104680 [piir earthli] And you can combine the lines...
| 104685 [mcl andsofor] That's the same technique he's using for ceil and floor-- seems like the
| 104693 [lists zara.6] Btw, if you want to override #round, #ceil, #floor, remember to return a
+ 104686 [caili cdgwbn] What I'm looking for in Ruby is a command causing all arithmetic to be

^ accessing a subclass
104673 [csshsh struc] im having two classes.. fruit and apple.
+ 104677 [malteDELETET] I'm not sure if I understood you correctly, but what about adding
+ 104683 [bob.news gmx] "Florian Weber" <csshsh@structbench.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 104696 [vjoel PATH.B] You can make use of the fact that class methods are inherited, but class

^ Newbie: How to model this?
104674 [ralph dolphy] Please be kind, this is probably a completely dumb newbie question,
104676 [malteDELETET] class Location
104730 [ralph dolphy] Thanks a lot! As stupid as it sounds, that was the part I

^ FXRuby + Unit Tests
104691 [asdf asdf.co] I am currently trying out test-driven development, and want to write a
+ 104692 [billk cts.co] I haven't yet tried this myself, but this link
+ 104862 [alex verk.in] 2 cents worth of friendly advice: don't do that.
  104974 [xlucid users] Presumably one does TDD on the domain objects, and some sort of manual
  104978 [jim weirichh] Yes.  And we try to keep the GUI components as lightweight as possible.

^ [ANN] midilib 0.8.1 released
104705 [ jimm io.com] midilib is a pure Ruby MIDI library useful for reading and writing standard

^ [ANN] Lafcadio 0.4.0
104713 [sera fhwang.] I've just released Lafcadio 0.4.0, which is the new production
104733 [surrender_it] nice to hear that lafcadio is still in active development.
+ 104748 [eule space.c] [If I take the liberty of answering that question, Francis may want to
+ 104768 [sera fhwang.] Basically, I'm reluctant to use a syntax that looks almost exactly

^ I got pics of Bart making Maggie Simpson PREGNANT
104717 [thefruits to] Also, want to stroke Marge Simpson's pussy?

^ Can't even configure ruby1.8.1, eruby1.0.5
104721 [william.hami] Does anyone have _current_ info on installing Ruby, eruby, and mod_ruby
+ 104726 [eyez illuzio] Is using fink out of the question? OSX has some interesting quirks as to
+ 104790 [koen.vervloe] When I do a ./configure --enable-shared all goes well.

^ does soap have problems with structs?
104727 [jm transact.] The following code (testsrv.rb and testclt.rb) generates
104980 [nahi keynaut] Sorry for not responding long long time.  I'm busy these days... (after
105039 [jm transact.] Figured you must have been distracted by something more important - day
105051 [nahi keynaut] Thank you for your concern.

^ (oddity) applying objects with #call() implicitly
104737 [surrender_it] and suddenly had the vision to have that in ruby too.
104750 [bob.news gmx] "gabriele renzi" <surrender_it@remove.yahoo.it> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 104753 [surrender_it] print p
| + 104757 [bob.news gmx] "gabriele renzi" <surrender_it@remove.yahoo.it> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| | 104793 [surrender_it] this is true. It feels better to me, somehow, but that's just my
| | 104829 [bob.news gmx] "gabriele renzi" <surrender_it@remove.yahoo.it> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 104778 [flgr ccan.de] This case can be resolved fairly easily. (If there's an assignment to p
| | 104788 [surrender_it] Yes, and if there is a variable named "foo" in
| | + 104789 [surrender_it] oh, note that the 'lookup order' in the sample is different from what
| | + 104794 [flgr ccan.de] So (foo)() and foo() aren't the same thing any more? It feels a bit
| |   104796 [surrender_it] er.. actually they are not the same even now :)
| |   104799 [flgr ccan.de] Do we already have path finding modules that will work generally? That
| + 105267 [jean_hugues_] It may look more understandable if you think of [] as of
+ 104802 [sean celsoft] Couldn't ambiguity be resolved by giving the callable object priority over a
  104804 [flgr ccan.de] There's still an ambiguity problem with this: When using "mymethod" you
  104806 [sean celsoft] Could mymethod mean the object and mymethod() be used to make the method call?

^ Maybe IRB Bug?
104738 [surrender_it] from c:/Programmi/Ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/irb/workspace.rb:81:in
104739 [batsman.geo ] Florian Gro(flgr) thought of using #to_proc some time ago, something
104740 [surrender_it] yuk, thanks, I remember the trick.

^ How to run ipconfig in W2k?
104741 [piir earthli] Or for that matter, how can I run a given command as if I entered it
+ 104742 [chneukirchen] system "ipconfig"
+ 104744 [surrender_it] irb(main):001:0> str= `ipconfig`
  104756 [JRoshan blr.] charset="us-ascii"

^ get same info as ipconfig?
104743 [piir earthli] Is there a cross platform command to get the same info that ipconfig
+ 104746 [phubuh phubu] Nope, not really, I don't think.  If you want to figure out the address
+ 104762 [sstephenson ] Sam
+ 104807 [djberg96 hot] I see Sam mentioned sys-host (one of my packages), but it's not very
  104871 [piir earthli] Hell Dan,
  104896 [djberg96 hot] Hm...I suspect you need to update your version of win32ole.  The

^ Ruby Newbie: What if @ symbol is not used?
104747 [piir earthli] Pardon this newbie question.
+ 104749 [cyclists nc.] The variable is local to the method.
+ 104758 [ahoward noaa] then the variables are local to the method.  @vars are always instance vars of

^ Win32API.new( dllname, procname?, importArray?, export?)
104751 [piir earthli] Without doing a web search, can I retrieve all of the procnames in the
104823 [assaph avaya] Can't help there, but have you looked at Ruby/DL (comes with the
+ 104824 [botp delmont] Thank you for the tip, Assaph. Sadly (for me), the pdf is in jap :-(
| 104825 [assaph avaya] ...
+ 104834 [surrender_it] I think ruby/dl is not only going to replace win32api.
  104836 [joaopedrosa ] Ruby/DL is cool. After seen a mention to it in this

^ Lesbian Fetish Movie Clip
104755 [darrenjones ] Video clip of some extreme Lesbian Fetish

^ [ANN] sys-cpu 0.5.0
104759 [djberg96 hot] I'm happy to announce the release of sys-cpu 0.5.0.  This package

^ [OT] Re: Is it considered Harmful?
104770 [sean celsoft] I'm going to ask this one time, and please everyone forgive me for going
+ 104783 [flgr ccan.de] I think that those are one of the few persons who earned the right of
| 104785 [sean celsoft] I'm not sure what that means.  I have been keeping an even temper with people
+ 104787 [billk cts.co] I'm responding because I think there might be a genuine
  104795 [sean celsoft] Oh no, I didn't mean it was TOTALLY stable.  I just meant it appeared stable
  + 104797 [flgr ccan.de] You might not have noticed it, but that is exactly what ts did. And matz
  | 104800 [sean celsoft] Ah, so it was insulting when I didn't accept his word outright.  I see.  Well,
  | 104801 [flgr ccan.de] It's easy to just twist a situation so that it appears different, but
  | 104805 [sean celsoft] What are we disagreeing on?  I understand that Guy knows enough about Ruby
  | 104808 [hal9000 hype] He thought you were being sarcastic in the paragraph starting "Ah..."
  | + 104810 [ahoward noaa] i strongly disagree with this statement hal.
  | + 104811 [sean celsoft] Nope, no sarcasm from me there.  I wish I'd known that about Guy's expertise
  | + 104813 [surrender_it] I won't bet on him being human ;)
  + 104809 [batsman.geo ] Could you try
    104812 [sean celsoft] from testclass.rb:1

^ (forw) [emiel@il.fontys.nl: ruby-quota resurrection?]
104786 [emiel il.fon] This mail was intended for the original author of ruby-quota; Takaaki

^ system() shouldn't throw exceptions, should it?
104791 [andrew walro] While building a Rubyx distro (the build script is written in ruby) a user has
+ 104798 [andrew walro] ...
+ 104821 [nobu.nokada ] Yes, it was changed in the February.
  104830 [andrew walro] Just so I've got this clear in my mind...
  104850 [rcoder gmail] I think that throwing an exception is a much more appropriate and
  104872 [andrew walro] I agree. It would have been better to throw exceptions, and I can easily
  104875 [ahoward noaa] see my RCR/BUG? thread - i think it's even worse than you are already pointing

^ debian ruby libraries
104792 [zdennis mkte] I've got a few directories with ruby libraries.
104803 [emschwar pob] What version of ruby are you running?

^ Data_Wrap_Struct (cKlass, 0, 0, ptr);
104818 [Ara.T.Howard] is it o.k. for 'free' to be 0?  in this case i need to wrap something which
104819 [cyclists nc.] Yes, it's okay for both `mark' and `free' to be NULL.

^ ruby mirror sites?
104827 [vjoel PATH.B] The mirrors listed at ruby-lang.org seem to be about a month out of

^ Problem using YAML/SYCK on Solaris 8
104831 [ahund ionosi] I'm using ruby 1.8.2 (2004-06-28) [sparc-solaris2.8] and yaml/syck
104835 [decoux moulo] Probably a problem in syck_emitter_new()
104858 [ruby-talk wh] Understood.  Fixed in CVS and Ruby 1.8 branch.
+ 104885 [nobu.nokada ] I think instance initialization should be in #initialize,
+ 104907 [ahund ionosi] It works!

^ Object as an array or hash?
104833 [rohitlodha h] I am currently implementing a VM for Ruby. The code shall be compiled in my
+ 104840 [bob.news gmx] "rolo" <rohitlodha@hotwireindia.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| 104938 [rohitlodha h] Bytecodes. Vuby Bytecodes.
+ 104845 [christoph.ne] my
| 104939 [rohitlodha h] I am implementing Vuby in C++. Compiler output is bytecode.
+ 104860 [rcoder gmail] At a local level, I would expect that a good hash table implementation
  104967 [christoph.ne] I totally agree to Lennon's statements below.

^ [ANN] Ruby Linear Algebra Library
104838 [quixoticsyco] [ANN] linalg-0.3.2 -- Ruby Linear Algebra Library
104847 [caili cdgwbn] Great job!I am just looking forward such a Matlab-like
+ 104884 [botp delmont] cool (w very handy docs).
+ 104904 [quixoticsyco] I have not thought about iterative methods yet.  You are welcome to
  104906 [caili cdgwbn] My work may be based on NARRAY's API,but I have not

^ Any Web Framework with Form Library
104839 [mailinglists] is there any framework that makes it easier to write non trivial
+ 104843 [khaines enig] Cerise, which uses Amrita for templates, has such a thing, if I recall
+ 104851 [drbrain segm] Borges has that.
+ 104863 [gavin refine] See the ValidForm library at http://phrogz.net/RubyLibs/
  104905 [martindemell] That looks pretty neat - did it prove not to be useful in practice or
  104924 [gavin refine] I just haven't had occasion to use it yet. (The Ruby web project I was

^ String substitution bug
104841 [martin.schoe] (Ruby 1.8.1, Linux and Windows)
+ 104842 [decoux moulo] This is not a bug, see
+ 104852 [kristof vlee] I don't know about bugs, but this however is not bug,

^ ruby openssl rsa pkcs1_oaep_padding?
104844 [jm zzzzzzzzz] I got rsa_pub.public_encrypt() and rsa_priv.private_decrypt() working

^ where is amrita?
104846 [patrick hexa] Where is amrita?  I tried to download it and could only find a 404 page
104975 [roberto REMO] Well it used to be there and now the anoncvs server seems to be down as
104977 [patrick hexa] I emailed Taku Nakajima, he is working on restoring the web pages.

^ another strange regexp case
104853 [kristof vlee] here is another regexp behaviour which surprises me.
+ 104854 [decoux moulo] When the regexp engine try to match `t' it fail, because the first
+ 104855 [ahoward noaa] ? means 'zero or one'
| 104859 [kristof vlee] Thanks for the answer.  I expected the pattern to expand greedily,
| 104899 [bob.news gmx] "Kristof Bastiaensen" <kristof@vleeuwen.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 104857 [flgr ccan.de] Moin!

^ [RCR/BUG?] fix system
104856 [Ara.T.Howard] ~/tmp > cat a.rb
+ 104876 [andrew walro] Oh dear...
| 104881 [ahoward noaa] yes.
+ 104882 [matz ruby-la] If you put the shell special characters ("*?{}[]<>()~&|\\$;'`\"\n") in
| + 104883 [andrew walro] Should have remembered that :)
| + 104886 [ahoward noaa] yes it does...  i guess it's just a little odd when combined with the
+ 104889 [nobu.nokada ] Even with stdin or stdout.  And you should remember that
  104891 [ahoward noaa] i like this.  i use this sort of thing alot
  105844 [nobu.nokada ] I noticed that I've forgotten to send this patch.  This

^ pstree using sys/proctable?
104861 [ljz asfast.c] I'm looking for a ruby-based implementation of "pstree" using

^ [ANN] arrayfields-3.0.0
104864 [Ara.T.Howard] SYNOPSIS
+ 104866 [joaopedrosa ] Cool, I'm gonna give it a whirl.
+ 104869 [vjoel PATH.B] module AccessibleIndex
| 104870 [ahoward noaa] cool.  your way is perhaps safer.  ;-)
| + 104874 [bg-rubytalk ] if tuple[NAME] =~ pat or tuple[AGE].to_i < 42
| | 104878 [ahoward noaa] yes.
| + 104877 [khaines enig] Okay, admittedly, sometimes I'm too dense for my own good, but I'm
| | 104880 [ahoward noaa] not as dense as i am ;-)  you are correct about the ram.  i 'fixed' myself
| + 104914 [jim weirichh] FYI, for those using the DBI libraries, this functionality is already
+ 104888 [nobu.nokada ] $ ruby-1.8 -r arrayfields.rb -e '[][:x]'
| + 104890 [nobu.nokada ] Sorry, this is not a problem, I was a stupid.
| + 104892 [ahoward noaa] the instance only is extended, and only then after instance.fields= has been
|   104893 [nobu.nokada ] I don't like to hold such huge dataset in one time, so I'd use
|   104895 [assaph avaya] 1. The VERSION file in arrayfields-3.1.0.tgz still reads 3.0.0.
|   104915 [ahoward noaa] <snip gem spec>
|   104925 [batsman.geo ] Yours has got stronger semantics than RubyGems' (which basically provides
|   + 104928 [ahoward noaa] This message is in MIME format.  The first part should be readable text,
|   + 104942 [jim weirichh] Or ...
|     104943 [ahoward noaa] This message is in MIME format.  The first part should be readable text,
|     104945 [jim weirichh] Close.
|     104947 [batsman.geo ] That's the versioning scheme proposed originally by Eivind Eklund; you
|     104953 [botp delmont] that is cool. Thank you for the tip.
+ 104930 [sean celsoft] Ara, any chance of getting arrayfields to not modify the Array methods but
  104932 [ahoward noaa] well - theoretically you lose zero Array functionality since ArrayFields
  104937 [sean celsoft] I like your solution above where none of the arrayfields code goes directly