109074-110829 subjects 109555-113683

^ Re: [ANN] aeditor 1.5
109323 [neoneye adsl] [snip backtrace]
109324 [drossruby ya] That most likely is a FOX 1.2.x library, when I was
109337 [phlip_cpp ya] Simon, I'm only a little bit visually impaired, but is there some reason (on
109340 [neoneye adsl] no colors.. hmm..  syntax coloring is only enabled through the
109346 [phlip_cpp ya] I copied config_neoneye to c:/.aeditor
+ 109349 [neoneye adsl] Very odd.. hmm
| 109355 [phlip_cpp ya] Okay. Turbo and Gvim themes don't suck.
| 109356 [neoneye adsl] Great.. im happy it works..  admitted the default theme sux..
| 109357 [phlip_cpp ya] Nonono I don't mean the dialog is innacurate. I mean it accurately displays
| 109358 [mikael phubu] That sounds somewhat contradictual.
| 109361 [phlip_cpp ya] De riddims of de sacred party music gwine 'spire I-an-I de "mental state
+ 109350 [ruby-lists l] try the turbo colour scheme :)

^ where is the problem?
109325 [a_ferdowsy y] I am a robocupper and I want to work with rcssserver3D(Robocup Soccer Simulation Server 3D) .

^ Test::Unit feature request - regexp pattern of tests to run
109326 [neoneye adsl] It would be awesome if I could say
+ 109327 [ruby-lists l] i use the following snippet of code
| + 109391 [nathaniel ta] ...
| + 109392 [nathaniel ta] [This time WITHOUT being signed. Sigh.]
|   109395 [neoneye adsl] What about invoking disabled test's (I prefix them with x) via the
|   109402 [nathaniel ta] No, it just isn't practical (implementation-wise). See the reply I just
|   109442 [david.naseby] Would it be possible to set up an ignored handler in test classes? Something
|   109452 [nathaniel ta] Something like this is certainly possible (and might happen) - when I
+ 109342 [neoneye adsl] Another related feature I would like to see in Test::Unit..
| + 109344 [ruby-lists l] yup. nod nod for this one also.
| + 109353 [jamesUNDERBA] I've started partitioning tests into separate files, each file holding
| + 109400 [nathaniel ta] The problem isn't really that test/unit is rejecting the tests...
+ 109348 [david loudth] This is already in. You just need to pass a regular expression instead
  109351 [neoneye adsl] Ok.. hmm Thanks.. (how did I overlooked that?)
  109354 [jamesUNDERBA] Yeah, same here.  Quite nice.

^ [ANN] Ruby-GNOME2-0.10.1
109331 [mutoh highwa] Ruby-GNOME2-0.10.1 is now available.

^ Please help me!!!
109336 [a_ferdowsy y] I am a robocupper and I want to work with rcssserver3D(Robocup Soccer Simulation Server 3D) .
+ 109338 [halostatue g] Something is coredumping in your Ruby build. I recommend trying Ruby
| 109341 [a_ferdowsy y] With espicial thanks from Austin
| + 109345 [halostatue g] % tar xvfz ruby-1.8.2.-preview2.tar.gz
| + 109347 [phlip_cpp ya] The mailing list that supports this "rcssserver3D Robocup Soccer" thing
+ 109352 [drbrain segm] Well, there's probably a bug in rcssserver3D.  Can you give a

^ [ANN] aeditor 1.6
109362 [neoneye adsl] AEditor is an ercool programmer's editor, written entirely in Ruby
109363 [phlip_cpp ya] (Uh, a CUA mode so I don't need your cheat sheet? Don't hit don't hit!)
+ 109372 [botp delmont] this is cool but...
| 109373 [neoneye adsl] [snip backtrace]
+ 109374 [neoneye adsl] Good point.. I had completely forgotten this.. I also must implement this,

^ [ANN] Ruwiki 0.8.0
109364 [halostatue g] I am pleased to announce the long-awaited release of Ruwiki 0.8.0.
109366 [halostatue g] The main demonstration site for Ruwiki is
109377 [mneumann nte] First bug found ;-)

^ Apache threaded MPMs and Modruby 1.2.2
109367 [ gm navel.gr] I was wondering if anyone is successfully using mod_ruby with

^ FastCGI and threads
109368 [ gm navel.gr] FCGI.each do |fcgi|
109415 [ahoward noaa] what will this buy you?  fastcgi is process based from apache's point of view
+ 109432 [carl.youngbl] True that in this particular case threads aren't necessary, but it
| 109440 [ahoward noaa] oh yeah - non-output related thread would indeed be nice.  although i must add
+ 110116 [ gm navel.gr] hmm thanks for this info I was not aware of this limitation.
  110133 [Ara.T.Howard] [ahoward@www ahoward]$ ab -n1024|grep Requests

^ returning symbols
109378 [daniel danie] I want to write a method to store a list of some instance variables in
+ 109379 [dave pragpro] You could use a closure, but more typically you'd want to enapsulate he
+ 109381 [kristof vlee] You can use the name as a string or symbol, and retrieve
+ 109382 [mikael phubu] It's kind of a hack, and you should avoid using it, but
+ 109383 [transami run] class C
| + 109384 [daniel danie] Interesting example... What I don't understand is how would you
| | 109405 [daniel danie] Ok I think I cleared my brain a bit on my particular example and did a
| + 109387 [ahoward noaa] what does this give you over this?
|   109393 [transami run] Reference to c. With the lambda example the context is embedded. Send on the
+ 109385 [flgr ccan.de] For ordinary variables you can use the code that I attached.
+ 109414 [bob.news gmx] "Daniel Cremer" <daniel@danielcremer.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ [IGNORE] - test
109386 [Ara.T.Howard] -a

^ yaml overlay
109388 [transami run] this has come up again for me, is their an easy way to overlay yaml documents?

^ Rubish Way of extracting elements
109389 [dvoelkerts w] I started written a little script to analyse my syslogs. The development
+ 109390 [dvoelkerts w] I feel sorry, 'I started writting..' is the correct way.
| 109399 [dvoelkerts w] What the hell, writting is also wrong, tzzz. Too much caffeine in my head!
+ 109396 [dblack wobbl] You could match it to a regular expression, and grab the results in
| 109401 [dvoelkerts w] Thanks a lot. Thats the way I would expect it. Simple and nice to
+ 109397 [cmills frees] Probably use regular expressions.  You could have one big regexp or one
+ 109398 [flgr ccan.de] if md = /^<(\d+)> (\S+ \d+ \d+:\d+:\d+) (\S+) (.*?)$/.match(text)
  109419 [bob.news gmx] "Florian Gross" <flgr@ccan.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  109434 [dvoelkerts w] *boom* That blow my mind away! No no, thanks a lot for that piece of code.
  109500 [bob.news gmx] "Daniel Vöěkerts" <dvoelkerts@web.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 109529 [dvoelkerts w] thank you very very much for your short lesson. It's very intresting and
  | 109658 [bob.news gmx] "Daniel Vöěkerts" <dvoelkerts@web.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 109689 [danyc hotmai] Dany

^ Multiple external filters
109394 [martindemell] I'm trying to pipe my output through multiple external filters according

^ A method for summing several variables
109406 [htruax stf.c] charset="iso-8859-1"
109408 [halostatue g] I didn't participate in the initial round, but why not do a generator
+ 109409 [rcoder gmail] Austin,
+ 109410 [htruax stf.c] Thanks Austin,
  + 109417 [bob.news gmx] "Harry Truax" <htruax@stf.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  | 109420 [martindemell] Or even set up a way to specify the formulae in as convenient a manner
  + 109429 [ptkwt aracne] You can't do an 'eval' with $SAFE set to 3, but you could instead of
  | 109453 [vjoel PATH.B] That's no better than generating ruby code. $SAFE=3 won't let you create
  | 109456 [ptkwt aracne] Ooops... I suppose that makes sense.
  | 109499 [bob.news gmx] "Phil Tomson" <ptkwt@aracnet.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 109501 [decoux moulo] Just switch to $SAFE = 4 (in a new thread), to make your eval
    109637 [dooby d10.ka] We watch and learn, ts  :-)

^ [ANN] ruby queue : rq-0.1.2
109413 [ahoward fsl.] (very sorry if this is posted multiple times - for some reason i have
+ 109416 [jgb3 email.b] Congrats, Ara! You've been working on this one for a while now, I
+ 109426 [shanko_date ] Has this been tested/tried on a mix of *ix and Windows
  109439 [ahoward noaa] this has not been tested on any window machines.
  109457 [sdate everes] locking
  + 109458 [sdate everes] ...
  | 109471 [ahoward noaa] thanks for the link.
  + 109465 [ahoward noaa] you'll probably want to test you nfs setup first - i can give a little script
    109470 [sdate everes] script
    109524 [ahoward noaa] i'll tar it up and send it your way.  any chance you could try compiliing this

^ ANN: Crypt::ISAAC 0.9
109418 [khaines enig] This is to announce the release of Crypt::ISAAC, a pure Ruby implementation
+ 109433 [batsman.geo ] I have just uploaded Crypt::ISAAC 0.9-1 to the preliminary Ruby Production
+ 109649 [vjoel PATH.B] Thanks for that, Kirk. But I think I will need repeatability (as with
  109707 [bob_jenkins ] Initialization is much faster with size 16 instead of 256, and it
  109753 [vjoel PATH.B] Good point. The generation time appears to be linear in the size, so

^ fork/exec ShellExecute
109444 [GFITZGERALD ] I am trying to launch a Windoze application and then wait for the app to
+ 109447 [shanko_date ] Have you looked at win32-process on rubyforge?
+ 109448 [vjoel PATH.B] system("myApp")
  109450 [shanko_date ] And if you want to capture stdout you can also do

^ Recursive install-stub for gems?
109445 [feldt ce.cha] Sorry if this is obvious; I haven't really been following the RubyGems
+ 109460 [chadfowler g] You're not missing anything.  We're planning to add the ability to
| 109475 [gsinclair so] Thanks for answering, Chad.  I'm working on this feature at the
| 109494 [feldt ce.cha] Chad and others: I think the latter solution is best; stubbing every
| + 109510 [chadfowler g] Robert, thanks for your input!
| + 109511 [halostatue g] Why not offer both? That is, give the spec author a simple token that
|   109515 [rich infoeth] Well, because is rather defeats the purpose of keeping the files out of the
|   109516 [batsman.geo ] Doesn't that happen from the very moment you create any stub? You can
|   109518 [halostatue g] Well ... what's to stop me from listing all of my lib/* files anyway?
|   109521 [rich infoeth] Nothing stops you, but nothing forces you either.  In most libraries, there
|   + 109526 [halostatue g] Well, I can think of one library (Gavin's Extensions) library that is
|   | 109528 [rich infoeth] Excellent...then a Dir.glob should do you well for that library.
|   + 109537 [gsinclair so] That _is_ the case in one of my libraries, but I reckon that's not
|     + 109538 [rich infoeth] require 'rake'
|     | 109540 [gsinclair so] Good point.  Then there's just the corner case, where someone goes
|     + 109565 [jim weirichh] Under normal circumstances, these requires go into a Rakefile, and since
+ 109466 [rich infoeth] longer necessary.

^ Embedding Ruby as plugin
109454 [listaccount ] I have an application written in C++, that provides a plugin interface. What I
+ 109481 [vjoel PATH.B] Not sure I understand. Where is the ruby interpreter in this picture?
| 109502 [listaccount ] plugin.so embeds it. I can't change the C++ app, it will never know, that one of
+ 109507 [Richard_Dale] I'm not familiar with the code generated by SWIG, but you can start ruby and
  109544 [listaccount ] You're totally right. I missed calling the init function generated by SWIG. It's

^ unsubscribe
109455 [a_ferdowsy y] what should I do for unsubscribeing from this list?
109464 [dooby d10.ka] ...

^ RCR #138 status?
109461 [djberg96 hot] After reading Michael Neumann's blog
+ 109463 [dblack wobbl] From the RCR process point of view, it's one of the legacy ones from
+ 109513 [surrender_it] that would be wonderful, please resubmit the rcr and I'll run to vote it.
+ 109514 [surrender_it] that would be wonderful, please resubmit the rcr and I'll run to vote it.

^ Re: About ruvi and RT civility
109472 [gsinclair so] For the record, I mentioned several keystrokes I saw not (properly)

^ Idea for testing ruvi
109480 [hal9000 hype] I'd really like to have a vim-like editor scriptable in
+ 109482 [ptkwt aracne] I thought that vim itself was scriptable in Ruby (you have to build it
| + 109484 [hal9000 hype] I've heard something about it. But
| + 109485 [gsinclair so] Yeah, it's pretty limited, though.  It doesn't expose any deep vim
+ 109493 [ruby-lists l] ruvi is already pretty much fully unit tested though (23 tests, ~ 300 asserts)
| 109497 [hal9000 hype] testcases for IBM's vi on AIX. Take a known file, apply
+ 109506 [batsman.geo ] Take a look at testcases.rb in the ruvi sources: he's already doing

^ Q: Shifting a hash anf and array
109483 [Meino.Cramer] I am looking for a neat "trick" to shift the contents of an array and
+ 109486 [nkh tele2_no] swap every consecutive values starting from the beginning of the array,
+ 109487 [martindemell] array.unshift(array.pop)
  109503 [bob.news gmx] "Martin DeMello" <martindemello@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 109504 [Meino.Cramer] thank you very much for your sources !
  | + 109508 [bob.news gmx] "Meino Christian Cramer" <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  | | 109509 [Meino.Cramer] *MANY* BIG thanks for your Pickaxe.inject ! ;)
  | + 109530 [ahoward noaa] ~ > cat a.rb
  + 109505 [martindemell] Doh :)

^ RAA feature request - clickable urls and spaces
109489 [neoneye adsl] I have 2 minor issues with the "Description" output.
+ 109496 [nakahiro gma] Hmm.  It seems useful if we can specify description parsing/formatting
| + 109498 [neoneye adsl] Wonderful.. Thanks  ;-)
| + 110194 [nakahiro gma] Check RAA.
|   110198 [martindemell] Great! One more suggestion - see
|   110208 [nakahiro gma] No automatic URL detection now...  The owner can update the rmagic
|   110221 [neoneye adsl] Ok.. I have converted my RAA entry to rdoc format.. it is much better.
+ 109877 [ jupp gmx.de] Is that really neccessary?
  109919 [halostatue g] Necessary, no. A good idea, yes.

^ instance_eval
109519 [lopexx autog] class X
+ 109520 [lopexx autog] Ok. the following works since a gets captured by clousure
| 109523 [decoux moulo] What do you expect with ?
| 109525 [lopexx autog] I read in rdoc that instance_eval changes eval context to the receiver,
| 109527 [decoux moulo] It change self and the default class
| 109531 [lopexx autog] So it seems it uses the class accessor of self
| 109532 [decoux moulo] An instance variable belong to an object, not to a scope.
| 109533 [lopexx autog] Thanks. It's clear now for me.
+ 109522 [dblack wobbl] instance_eval sets 'self' to the receiver (x in this case), but it's
+ 109539 [Richard_Dale] class X

^ windows/mac help wanted
109535 [Ara.T.Howard] rubyists-
+ 109541 [robertm spel] Just to confirm it compiles fine in Cygwin. Though I don't have an nfs mount available to test with.
| 109546 [ahoward noaa] you could just test locally.  if it works there it works.  what i mean is,
+ 109605 [eyez illuzio] vivi ~/src/posixlock-0.0.1 % ruby extconf.rb
  109612 [ahoward noaa] thanks!
  109616 [eyez illuzio] vivi ~/src/posixlock-0.0.1 % ruby test.rb
  109623 [ahoward noaa] yup.
  + 109626 [danj 3skel.c] Windows seems to exclusive lock when a file is opened for writing by
  | 109628 [ahoward noaa] i know nothing of windows but, in my case, i'm using posixlock to lock an
  + 109643 [eyez illuzio] As I understand it, most of the problems (I'd estimate somewhere around
    109651 [robertm spel] Ara,

^ Weird PTY behaviour...
109536 [hash_bang re] I have some weird problems...

^ readline and irb on linux
109543 [jim freeze.o] We have ruby installed on Sun and Linux boxes.

^ POT (partly offtopic) Re: Q: Shifting a hash anf and array
109545 [Meino.Cramer] WHOW!  (<- that's describing the best... ;)
+ 109548 [ahoward noaa] very.  something like this perhaps?
| 109553 [Meino.Cramer] <Enigma stuff encyphered, folded, erased then thrown away : TOP SECRET! :)
+ 109657 [bob.news gmx] "Meino Christian Cramer" <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  109778 [Meino.Cramer] Enigma is growing. Currently it does scrambling text. Unfortunately
  109785 [bob.news gmx] "Meino Christian Cramer" <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  109789 [Meino.Cramer] I think in a week or two we can publish "The Enigma Mails" as a
  109794 [bob.news gmx] "Meino Christian Cramer" <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ Tk event_generate broken?
109547 [phlip_cpp ya] I suspect this Ruby version has a broken event_generate.
109635 [nagai ai.kyu] Unfortunately, if you want to generate events for canvas items,

^ [ANN One-Click Installer for Windows -- 2nd Test TCL/TK Release
109549 [curt hibbs.c] This is the 2nd test release of 182-14 changes to the
109551 [mailinglists] Link ?
109563 [curt hibbs.c] Curt

^ multiple regexp matches
109550 [khowe perfne] I want to get multiple results of a regexp pattern match, offsets included.
109552 [zdennis mkte] re.match( str );
109554 [khowe perfne] Yes that's true, but if you read the second part of my message, I'd already
109557 [zdennis mkte] According to rdoc you are mistaken.
109559 [dblack wobbl] The problem is that Kevin wanted to scan a string more than once with
+ 109562 [halostatue g] This should do what you want.
+ 109568 [zdennis mkte] Ah...thanks for the clarification David. I was mistaken.
  109572 [khowe perfne] Awesome that works great thank you. I have to wonder why Ruby doesn't have