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^ [RDOC] quoting YAML
122651 [vjoel PATH.B] I'm trying to embed YAML output in a simple markup file (not a ruby code
+ 122665 [jamis_buck b] Needle for RubyForge--one of my examples had a similar line in it.
| 122701 [vjoel PATH.B] Thanks, Jamis. I can live with that, since it's legal YAML.
+ 122674 [pragdave gma] Sorry about that. It's a hole in the way RDoc handles directives. At
  122676 [mneumann nte] code{{{
  122678 [pragdave gma] I'm guessing this doesn't help in this particular case, as the scanning
  122687 [mneumann nte] Ah, sure. That's why I suggested to move the directive handling into the

^ Syntactic sugar for common idiom
122660 [ gm navel.gr] module MyModule
122776 [vjoel PATH.B] Don't wait :)

^ Slashdot mention
122670 [demerzel gma] "RAD in Ruby"
122753 [dross rubymi] KDevelop uses Kate by default. Its even better in this recent

^ Best way to debug ruby+fastcgi?
122675 [jd nospam.co] What is the best way to debug fastcgi scripts?
+ 122688 [clr4.10.rand] I am not sure how fastcgi relates to regular cgi scripts. But for
+ 122749 [drbrain segm] 1) Run the equivalent as a regular CGI, make sure it works.
+ 122788 [lists zara.6] Argh, that error message always makes me mad. I'm sure Apache can be
+ 122826 [flgr ccan.de] Remote breakpoints might be a good option here -- they let you connect

^ [ann] uname ruby library
122692 [ceaser rome.] I did this to more or less scratch an itch.

^ [OT] Read comp.lang.ruby through Google Groups
122695 [ehames gmail] Have any of you tried reading the messages to ruby-talk through Google Groups?

^ Ruby Article at Linux Journal
122696 [pat.eyler gm] Hey, it looks like our own Ara Howard has been busy.  He's got a cool
122710 [ryco gmx.net] Very nice read. Thanks for sharing Pat, and thanks for writing, Ara.

^ Re: Read comp.lang.ruby through Google Groups
122700 [aredridel gm] Google Groups?
+ 122702 [aredridel gm] Google Groups?
+ 122707 [ruby brian-s] Doesn't seem to work that good, as your messages was sent twice ;)
  122708 [ehames gmail] Sometimes, I get duplicated posts in GMail, but I don't know whose fault is it.
  122781 [martin.anker] I only post through groups-beta.google.com, but google seems to have a

^ Gui programming example
122705 [braempje net] I'm absolutely new to ruby but I can program in a lot of other languages. To
+ 122706 [mark ociweb.] Sounds like you need something with the power of Tk's Canvas widget. I've
| 122714 [steven.jenki] Ruby-gnome2 supports the Gnome Canvas. I've used the Canvas in C, and
| 122722 [lymans gmail] FOX/FXRuby has a 2d canvas (FXCanvas) and a 3d GL canvas
+ 122728 [ruby brian-s] A small example project I once used in a ruby course can be found at.
| 123166 [braempje net] That's a very nice project, that helps quite a lot. Thanks, and thanks for
+ 122731 [phlip_cpp ya] To
+ 122991 [devel nicrea] If you have any familiarity with the MFC, then wxRuby will seem very

^ [rcr] String#split behaves odd
122717 [neoneye gmai] Maybe the return value of String#split is wrong.
+ 122719 [james graypr] Perl's split() works as you described above.  You just need to call it
+ 122748 [matz ruby-la] Feeling odd is subjective.  Could you tell me why you felt
  122768 [botp delmont] //|Maybe the return value of String#split is wrong.
  122774 [matz ruby-la] I don't get it.  [] is an array of strings with zero elements. ;-)
  + 122778 [neoneye gmai] In the past I had the impression, that as long as there are no newline's
  | 122779 [botp delmont] //|[] != [""]
  + 122780 [zdennis mkte] There is misleading behavior though with the current implementation. For
  + 122795 [jim weirichh] This is a tough call, IMHO.  It all depends on your mental description of
    122846 [neoneye gmai] Ah I had forgotten this..
    122863 [ryand-ruby z] To weigh in, I think the behavior of split should necessarily be
    + 122864 [ryand zenspi] argh... should _NOT_ be compared... not not... stupid brain.
    + 122865 [ryand-ruby z] argh... should _NOT_ be compared... not not... stupid brain.
    + 122869 [transami run] This is good thinkings.
    | 122875 [botp delmont] //should be a 1:1 correlation between join and split. Namely, anything
    | 122886 [matz ruby-la] "abc\n".split("\n").join("\n")
    | + 122889 [botp delmont] //
    | | 122891 [matz ruby-la] Blame Larry Wall for the weird default behavior. ;-)
    | | 122892 [botp delmont] //Blame Larry Wall for the weird default behavior. ;-)
    | + 122894 [transami run] "abc\n".split("\n",-1).join("\n")
    |   + 122913 [halostatue g] No. Most of the time, I don't actually *want* all the extra crap when
    |   | 123102 [transami run] Really? In all my code I either had to put the -1 in b/c I was getting
    |   | + 123104 [halostatue g] Really. I just did a quick audit of my publicly released code -- no checks to
    |   | | 123112 [transami run] Could you send me said code? I would like to see how it effects things.
    |   | | 123119 [halostatue g] No; it's all publicly available, as I said. TeX::Hyphen,
    |   | | 123121 [transami run] Okay, well that's good enough. I'll grab a couple and check it out.
    |   | + 123105 [billk cts.co] I'm pretty sure it would break a lot of my code.  I'm used to #split working
    |   + 122940 [flori nixe.p] "abc\n\ndef\nghi".split(/\n+/)
    |     123046 [transami run] Sorry, what are you pointing out here?
    |     123068 [glenn.parker] It is impossible to have perfect forwards-backwards symmetry with split
    |     + 123070 [ruby brian-s] That is obvious, but no argument against wanting split and join to be symmetric
    |     | 123075 [bob.news gmx] "Brian Schröäer" <ruby@brian-schroeder.de> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    |     | 123083 [glenn.parker] I had the same thought, based on the similar Perl feature.
    |     + 123085 [transami run] I see. Well, The -1 parameter was only have the story. The other half of this
    + 122881 [jim weirichh] %w( aabb bbaa ).map do |s| s.split(/a/,-1).join('a') == s; end
      122882 [botp delmont] //second that.

^ Re: uname ruby library
122720 [djberg96 hot] There is already sys-uname on the RAA.
122732 [ceaser rome.] I wanted to find something I could play with and write an

^ Re: String#split behaves odd
122733 [tsawyer gmai] it

^ Re: Duck images (DRb service)
122736 [ruby-talk wh] I'm amazed at the progress that has been made in just the last 12
122737 [pat.eyler gm] Don't be silly!  Who would want to use ducks to take Switzerland ...

^ COM with Ruby
122750 [justin.rudd ] I know about Win32Ole for accessing COM objects, but what about
+ 122799 [trieck bells] Wow.  That sounds pretty involved.  Wouldn't you have to generate a COM
| 122819 [justin.rudd ] Shouldn't.  At least I hope not.  Python has a library that allows
+ 122818 [djberg96 hot] Regards,
  122820 [justin.rudd ] Looks like a good start.  I might have to extend it a bit to be able

^ RMagick pre-requisite changes
122755 [cyclists nc.] Just a heads up that RMagick 1.6.2 is the last release that will support

^ Ruby (quiz?) simulation idea
122756 [hal9000 hype] This is just off the top of my head. I thought I'd post it instead of
122802 [james graypr] [snip description]
122804 [ruby brian-s] I'd like to propose something a bit different that stresses the fact that
+ 122809 [james graypr] War of the simulators?  I say we unleash Brian's vampire bats on the
| 122812 [ruby brian-s] Oh, oh, oh. I wanted to stress cooperation and altruism, and now we have
+ 122810 [jamesUNDERBA] Sounds like something from A.K. Dewdney's Computer Recreations column
  + 122813 [ruby brian-s] This is not my source, as I don't read scientific american. But it is a very
  + 122848 [james graypr] (off-list reply)
    122850 [james graypr] Or not.  Sorry.

^ RDoc =begin and =end?
122759 [transami run] I'm currently trying to Rdoc a large project. After a great deal of typing
+ 122767 [james graypr] Sure is.
+ 122825 [pragdave gma] =begin rdoc
  123049 [transami run] Whoa, almost lost this thread...
  123072 [pragdave gma] No - that's a current vintage. If you still see the problem, why not

^ any way to know context of expression evaluation?
122765 [itsme213 hot] def bar (x, y)
122769 [itsme213 hot] Totally inadequate context for my question, which is a bit more complex than

^ Recommened readings?
122775 [jtrunek hotm] For one of my university courses, I have to complete a paper on Ruby.
+ 122777 [jamesUNDERBA] Programming Ruby, 2nd Ed., by Dave Thomas
| + 122800 [johnwilger g] I'll second that. It covers pretty much everything you need.
| | 122808 [merkoth gmai] yup, I'll second that too. it's simply awesome. i started with ruby
| + 122840 [jtrunek hotm] I've heard good things about that book.  Now it's just a matter of tracking it
|   + 122842 [mark ociweb.] I'm in good shape if that's true!
|   + 122852 [johnwilger g] For your purposes, the first edition would probably be sufficient. You
|     + 122856 [jtrunek hotm] Thanks for the URL, I wasn't aware that there was an older edition available online.
|     | 122859 [michael.deha] My apologies to the students in the course that drew Brain**** and Intercal :)
|     | 123011 [vanweerd gma] c2 is unbelievable.  I think it's the coolest website on the web.
|     + 123597 [jtrunek hotm] Is this just excerpts?  It seemed a bit brief, although it worked wonderfully
|       123602 [gavrif virtu] No. It's the whole book. I have felt the same way, that the book is choppy at times and lacks continuity between chapters....Hope I'm not commiting sacrilege here...I was just so glad that someone else felt the same way that I had to nod in agreement :)
|       123604 [johnwilger g] 2nd edition seemed to be a bit better in that regard, IMHO. Also, I
|       123678 [michael.ulm ] I bought the dead tree variant before I encountered the online version.
+ 122816 [vanweerd gma] What is the purpose of your paper? Is it comparitive? Or simply
  122838 [jtrunek hotm] A little bit more about the purpose of the paper.  The paper is for my language

^ Ruby Weekly News 29th Nov - 5th Dec 2004
122782 [timsuth ihug] Ruby Weekly News 29th Nov - 5th Dec 2004
122785 [dave burt.id] s="\033[2J\033[0;0H          _\n Quack! >(')____,\n         (`
122867 [gsinclair so] "*6;s.tr!('>>v^^v<','<^vv^>');puts s;sleep 1}
+ 122871 [ruby brian-s] Just scroll up and down eight lines at a time in one second intervals ;)
| 122904 [ryco gmx.net] Haha, thanks, that really saved my day! :)
+ 122898 [dave burt.id] It does. Your problem is probably extraneous newlines in the string. Try

^ [Q] TK & Iwidgets
122783 [npolizotis g] I am using the one-click installer and  I tried to run the tk sample
122844 [rff_rff remo] HTH
122901 [npolizotis g] Thanks Gabriele

^ OT: Re: Ruby Article at Linux Journal
122789 [eule space.c] Being swiss, I can confirm that there is no such thing, and not much use
123245 [ jupp gmx.de] Correct me if I am wrong but doesn't the *true* swiss army knife only
+ 123249 [michael.deha] " it is some kind of
| + 123252 [drbrain segm] Swiss Army Laser Scalpel
| | 123262 [michael.deha] Ironically I thought about this (the Swiss Army Laser Scalpel) on the way home.
| | 123270 [vanweerd gma] Swiss Army Kanata
| | 123271 [vanweerd gma] Brain cramp..
| + 123257 [transami run] What show is this?
| + 123264 [dblack wobbl] Exactly what it would be if Perl were never referred to that way: a
| + 123335 [ jupp gmx.de] OT: Re: Ruby Article at Linux Journal
+ 123568 [eule space.c] Yeah, I guess the classic one does have about 6 tools. But classic in that
  123628 [ruby brian-s] Though I'm a big fan of the hitchhikers trilogy (or more accurately pentology),
  123706 [eule space.c] Nothing like a good quote to snap a metaphor. Thanks.

^ Re: Slashdot mention (Kate/KDevelop syntax highlighting)
122790 [langstefan g] charset="iso-8859-1"
122791 [dross code-e] I actually have 1.08 installed, I had the file upgraded. It was in CVS,
122797 [langstefan g] OK, I downloaded version 1.10 from CVS.
122811 [michael.deha] One of the sidethreads on the Slashdot article discuss Ruby having
122815 [halostatue g] Ruby's Strings are encoding agnostic. For dealing with encoded
+ 122821 [michael.deha] Wow, didn't know about exerb!   Thanks.
+ 122833 [flgr ccan.de] While Ruby does not have much support for the encoding of Strings it

^ Idiom for creating hash from two arrays
122798 [jp-www dcs.g] I'm currently using the following code for creating a hash from two arrays,
122801 [bob.news gmx] "Jonathan Paisley" <jp-www@dcs.gla.ac.uk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
122822 [jp-www dcs.g] Of these (including my original), I think the each_with_index solution
+ 122824 [flori nixe.p] hash = {}
| 122906 [jp-www dcs.g] Below are some benchmark results from four different implementations
+ 122845 [transami run] zipnew ?
  122905 [jp-www dcs.g] Hash.zipnew ... I quite like the similarity to Hash.new, and the inclusion
  122914 [glenn.parker] Why does it need a new name?  Instead, why not extend Hash.new to do
  + 122916 [dblack wobbl] What if you wanted to set a default value for the hash?
  | 122930 [glenn.parker] Hash.new                          => hash
  | + 122933 [dblack wobbl] But what about a hash from two arrays with a default value?
  | | 122943 [glenn.parker] h = Hash.new(keys, values)
  | | 122953 [dblack wobbl] I know.  I'm still not in favor of changing the signature of Hash#new
  | | 122974 [glenn.parker] Unless Ruby is much smarter than I thought, this will build a new
  | | 122985 [dblack wobbl] Not exactly... more that I don't think updating an existing hash from
  | + 122936 [jp-www dcs.g] That's a good point. Given that, I don't think it's really necessary to
  |   122938 [dblack wobbl] class Forever
  |   122946 [glenn.parker] That's a fairly pathological case.  Should we therefore deny all the
  + 122919 [transami run] I guess b/c Hash.new already takes a hash-default. Perhaps with keyword
  + 122922 [jp-www dcs.g] That's certainly a possibility. I suppose the disadvantage of this is that
    122926 [transami run] How do you set the default value after the fact?
    122932 [jp-www dcs.g] Yes.

^ rb_sys_fail problem with One Click Installer
122807 [djberg96 hot] Ruby 1.8.2 RC 7 and 10

^ Duck Images Weekly News 29th Nov - 5th Dec 2004
122817 [ruby-talk wh] Duck Images Weekly News 29th Nov - 5th Dec 2004
+ 122831 [flgr ccan.de] Good stuff. Thanks a lot. :)
+ 122832 [michael.deha] Quacktastic.
+ 122866 [robert.mcgov] Thanks Why that gave me a much needed smile!
  122878 [discordantus] Sponsored Links
  122880 [vjoel PATH.B] Gee, I almost regret not having a side order of ads served up with the

^ Ruby in the Rainy City (2nd and final notice)
122828 [pat.eyler gm] (2nd notice ... it's this Saturday if you're in the area, you should

^ Win32 Utils
122829 [walter mwsew] Are there plans to include the Win32 Utils as part of the Windows One Click
122849 [jamesUNDERBA] That would be quite nice; I've been finding them quite useful.
122851 [walter mwsew] They do have one, which is great, but it has not kept up with the new
122857 [djberg96 hot] I've got binary versions of open3 and shortcut available at

^ extension with undefined symbols
122834 [elathan phys] Is there a way to force ruby to load a shared lib with undefined

^ Problem using ruby_options() - help!
122839 [snail objmed] I'm trying to call a Ruby program from C and pass it some arguments.
+ 122855 [sroberts uni] I don't know anything about ruby here.. but I know the standard format
| 122908 [snail objmed] <sroberts@uniserve.com> writes
+ 122887 [nobu.nokada ] $ ./x
| 122907 [snail objmed] <200412080520.iB85Ker4006311@sharui.nakada.niregi.kanuma.tochigi.jp>,
+ 122996 [snail objmed] I've got a solution.
  123057 [nobu.nokada ] ruby_set_argv() sets the arguments for the script, while

^ libxml2
122841 [mikael.x.lar] Is the wrapper for libxml still maintained ?
+ 122853 [ksibilev bel] I don't know whether it is being maintained but I'm using it without
+ 122910 [neil hakubi.] I asked the same question a while back.
  123094 [transami run] Could you send me a copy? Or does anyone else know where I can get a source
  + 132354 [martin.povol] Here is my version, it uses latest verzion from Sean Chittenden and
  | 132370 [mikael.x.lar] I found this new project at rubyforge, no source yet, the project admin is
  | 132371 [martin.povol] He also has http://rubyforge.org/projects/libxsl/
  + 132377 [neil hakubi.] Oops, I missed this message when you first sent it!

^ Re: ruby-dev summary 24959-25044
0512 [ko1 atdot.ne] This is ruby-dev summary 24959-25044.

^ [ANN] RubyGems 0.8.3 Released!
122884 [jim weirichh] = Announce: RubyGems Release 0.8.3
+ 122909 [robert.feldt] Did you fix the problem with C extensions that should not be installed
+ 122957 [langstefan g] Did just that. But now certain operations work only as root.
| 122975 [jim weirichh] Ug.  I won't get a check this until this evening, but I'm guessing that
| 123013 [langstefan g] $ echo `gem env gemdir`/gems/sources-0.0.1
+ 123004 [vanweerd gma] Thanks for the update and the awesome package. RubyGems has made me
| 123015 [jim weirichh] This whole post install thing is a bit of a hot topic (sheesh, what isn't
+ 123016 [mailinglists] Is it possible to get a better server for the gem archive ?
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