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^ Ruby/DL and functions that modify a pointer
129348 [bg-rubytalk ] I just started using Ruby/DL and am amazed at what it can do. I've
129500 [ttate ttsky.] Please use the method 'struct' like 'extern', and the following example
129513 [bg-rubytalk ] Thanks so much for your help Takaaki,
129602 [ttate ttsky.] module MyLIB
129676 [bg-rubytalk ] Thanks so much Takaaki, that works perfectly, I'm now wrapping a library
^ yarv and dbi
129351 [jeffm ghostg] Anyone out there tried dbi with yarv
+ 129355 [cmills frees] I don't think YARV supports Kernel.require yet.
| 129357 [jeffm ghostg] Thanks. I've now verified that it doesn't work with require 'abbrev' or
+ 129358 [ko1 atdot.ne] [ yarv and dbi ]
129414 [cmills frees] script
129420 [jeffm ghostg] I'll be a willing test subject.
129429 [navindra cs.] In what context did you find Ruby to be slow? A website of yours? Be
129440 [jeffm ghostg] Processing flow data from a router. The script caches user information
+ 129506 [halostatue g] Could your script be doing things that could be improved in performance?
| 129511 [mneumann nte] Well, I think Ruby/DBI is not the fastest. It parses (and splits) each
| + 129523 [halostatue g] Austin Ziegler * email@example.com
| + 129528 [cmills frees] each
| + 129535 [mneumann nte] Yeah, good question. It tries to abstract over the database. Well,
| | 129577 [michael.walt] As Charles pointed out, the string-fumbling should merely be a fallback path.
| | 129580 [jeffm ghostg] The script only runs dbi to extract data user details from an existing
| + 129631 [jim weirichh] Its been a _long_ time since I have looked at DBI/DBD code, but if I
| 130704 [mneumann nte] No, you're correct. It's still working in the way you decribe.
+ 129547 [ryand-ruby z] I have an open bug for the postgres dbi handler. It causes about a 7x
^ [ANN] Pimki 1.5
129372 [assaph gmail] Pimki version 1.5 is out. This is a bug fixes release with some new
129390 [app1tam ups.] In order to get this to start under Windows with Ruby 1.8.2, I had to
129391 [app1tam ups.] I apologize, I forgot to include another line I had to patch,
129399 [app1tam ups.] I was not able to move the files from storage in v1.3 or v1.4 to the new
^ Nuby needs an intro to testing for Win 2K
129385 [barry anglei] I'm trying to understand how to use the test/unit methods and I haven't
129388 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Depends which bits you are trying to get your mind around. If it is
129392 [barry anglei] Thanks, I'll take a look at your link!
129396 [hgs dmu.ac.u] I don't use Scite, so can't be sure how this interacts.
129400 [barry anglei] I got the same error.
129402 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Should be
129404 [barry anglei] Thank you!
129405 [hgs dmu.ac.u] The fact that the test failed showed me where the error was. Which
129411 [barry anglei] Yes.
129465 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Usually, when one does unit testing, the unit is a class. This is
129497 [barry anglei] Thanks Hugh!
129503 [hgs dmu.ac.u] That's OK. If you have any contributions, patches, etc for my
^ newbie: Rails deliberations
129389 [peter.cuttin] I have alot of questions and (daft) opinions which I will place in this
+ 129403 [ruby.talk.li] I don't mean to discourage you from posting Rails questions here, but
+ 129410 [drbrain segm] Yes.
^ session.rb @debug warning
129393 [pustoi spils] I have tried to copy files with session. Coping is working, but I have
^ [ANN] Ruby Quiz Domain
129395 [james graypr] Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm moving Ruby Quiz to a
^ win32ole error -- method_missing
129413 [Jack_Rabbit ] I'm just learning Ruby. I'd like to be able to control AutoCAD but
^ Re: Pimki 1.5
129416 [assaph gmail] My bad. The docs should have have said MAJOR version, ie. pimki
129417 [assaph gmail] new
129422 [app1tam ups.] When I tried importing the files, I got an error about an undefined
129425 [app1tam ups.] No, I used the a version number of 3 (as you said in the README) and it
^ How to access postgresql on windows
129418 [WernerBohl i] How may I access Postgresql on windows? I already have a Ruby
129419 [mneumann nte] Yes, try the pure-Ruby postgres-pr module. It should run on Windows as
^ Asynchronous IO class or methods?
129421 [djberg96 hot] Are there any plans to add support for the POSIX functions aio_read,
129661 [bob.news gmx] "Daniel Berger" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
^ [ann] aeditor-2.3 (darkmatter release)
129423 [neoneye gmai] AEditor is written in 1523 lines of ruby code. It depends on ncursesw and ruby.
^ Re: Wee 0.7.0 + Tutorial Videos
129426 [itsme213 hot] I'm having trouble getting Nemo to run with Wee 0.7.0. Any ideas?
129430 [mneumann nte] Yes. You should wait for Nemo 0.3.0.
+ 129449 [itsme213 hot] Michael, I may be doing something wrong, but none of the MPEGs worked
| + 129453 [ezra yakima-] I could not get the videos to work either. On OS, Linux or Win. All it
| | + 129462 [ruby roblall] They worked fine for me on a windows XP box using windows media player 9.
| | + 129475 [mneumann nte] There are only 60k - 100k in size. You should see the logo and then the
| | 129516 [ezra yakima-] charset=US-ASCII;
| | + 129526 [zoso foton.e] I'm not sure, but I think Sorenson is/was patented (if you mean Sorenson
| | + 129536 [mneumann nte] Please download them as fast as possible, as I'm going tomorrow in
| | 129551 [ezra yakima-] charset=US-ASCII;
| | 129552 [alang cronos] Go to the download page for Wee and use a web browser to click the
| + 129469 [mneumann nte] There are in DIVX4 format. I'll try to convert them into some other
| + 129473 [rff_rff remo] Divx5/Xvid :)
| | + 129474 [rff_rff remo] ...
| | + 129478 [mneumann nte] yeah, now try that with "transcode"... only ffmpeg works for me, and
| | 129484 [rff_rff remo] IIRC mplayer was able to generate xvid, but I don't think you should be
| + 129487 [se digitale-] Definately XVID 1.0x if you can.
| 129490 [mneumann nte] Hm, sorry, that does not work here.
+ 129486 [kh newclear.] I've released the 0.1.2 gem with updates for Wee 0.7.0 compatibility.
^ symbols vs strings vs ?
129428 [joevandyk gm] Any rules or guidelines on when to use symbols vs strings? I'm not
129431 [assaph gmail] Symbols are immutable strings. Every occurence of the same symbol
129434 [joevandyk gm] It did help! Thanks.
129438 [eero.saynatk] Always use a Symbol rather than a String, except if you
129441 [james graypr] Hmm, don't think I agree with that. What it you need to modify its
129442 [eero.saynatk] The way I thought of it is that if you need to modify a string,
129444 [dblack wobbl] This message is in MIME format. The first part should be readable text,
129445 [dblack wobbl] str = "a constant string"
129446 [jim weirichh] * Use strings when content matters
129507 [halostatue g] ...and that matches mine, too.
^ rdoc consuming all available memory
129432 [usenet-norep] On my machine, rdoc continues to consume memory until the system becomes
^ Blogging software
129435 [probertm acm] What are your thoughts on blogging software? I am looking for something that
+ 129463 [ptkwt aracne] So far it's working pretty well for me. I'm using webrick as the server.
+ 129464 [martindemell] hobix (running why's blog) looks very impressive - for one it's got a
+ 129466 [drejewic wsi] - lightweight
+ 129493 [zdennis mkte] I first tried Hobix, but had some problems up front which never got
+ 129495 [chneukirchen] You might want to try mine,
+ 129541 [snowzone5 ho] i'm porting my tkblog over to ruby...i'm using rubywebdialogs
+ 129566 [probertm acm] Thanks, everyone.
^ [ANN] Toronto Ruby User Group meeting 6 Feb 2005
129436 [mike rosebud] The Toronto Ruby User Group is having another meeting to eat and
^ ANN: net-mdns, multicast DNS and service discovery (aka "Rendezvous")
129443 [sroberts uni] net-mdns is an extension to the standard 'resolv' resolver library that
+ 129514 [bg-rubytalk ] Thanks for putting this up!
+ 129557 [lyndon.samso] Rendezvous is a ( good ) Tibco messaging product, don't get their
129637 [bg-rubytalk ] Um, google sez Apple wins. Apple has called their implementation of
129639 [rooneg elect] Actually, Apple is phasing out the name "Rendezvous" because of the
129642 [sroberts uni] Note that the lib is called net-mdns, and the only mention of
^ [Terminology] What's the Ruby/OO name for this paradigm?
129447 [eero.saynatk] In my current project, one of the main paradigms is code such as in
+ 129450 [drbrain segm] Its called "Currying".
+ 129454 [martindemell] Technically currying, but from the example it looks like the intent is
| + 129548 [eero.saynatk] I suppose not quite currying either--although it's a fair terming. I'm
| + 129561 [rampant gmai] Reminds me of decorators except applied to functions instead of
+ 129598 [matju sympat] It is called "delayed evaluation". The pattern is that instead of having a
^ Re: What's the Ruby/OO name for this paradigm?
129448 [transfire gm] to
^ [EVALUATION] - E01: The Java Failure - May Ruby Helps?
129451 [ilias lazari] A cooperation between Sun Microsystems and IBM&Co. in conjunction with
+ 129757 [ilias lazari] Can please some community member has the gentleness to give me an answer
| 129783 [gene.tani gm] Hmm, much warmer reception than c.l.python
| + 129795 [snail objmed] email@example.com writes
| + 129852 [martindemell] To be fair, his evaluation form does look like it'd be a useful
+ 130693 [ilias lazari] Ruby is not what you are searching for. It is not capable to replace
| + 130712 [sroberts uni] You have a project. You need to evaluate tools for your project. Other
| | 130783 [ilias lazari] Please do not disrupt the obious context.
| + 130749 [rampant gmai] I don't really understand what your question is, so I can't help you.
| 130784 [ilias lazari] We are humans.
| 130785 [spoooq gmail] From the link - "fictive technology collection". Ive worked on some of
| 130786 [spoooq gmail] Some of it is possible. I have created persistent Ruby objects, for
| + 130804 [ilias lazari] Yes, I would like to know if all this you have done is based on some
| + 130823 [halostatue g] For everything except persistent code (e.g., persistent object state),
| + 130856 [ilias lazari] Can you name me a few, which would fulfill my stated requirements? [like
| | + 130870 [martindemell] If what you're looking for is a full stack web framework, check Rails
| | | 131380 [ilias lazari] ok
| | + 130871 [halostatue g] Your stated requirements are exceedingly vague, which makes it hard
| | + 130888 [ s xss.de] .... a very impressive 100-line who's who and what's what that I'll be
| | | 130895 [lyle.johnson] I was thinking the same thing (and not just because my name was
| | | 130914 [craig-duncan] I've seen the "maybe that should go on the wiki" response quite a few times. My
| | | 130963 [lyle.johnson] I was going to explain my take on this, but by the time I got finished
| | | 130964 [bob.news gmx] "Lyle Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| | | 131009 [craig-duncan] So, i guess the joke implies that there is no "known" way to make the valuable info
| | | 131019 [bob.news gmx] "craig duncan" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| | + 131021 [ilias lazari] I simply need to produce software.
| | + 131025 [enebo acm.or] What Java bundles exist where you just download and start? Especially
| | | 131031 [ilias lazari] One reason for leaving JAVA.
| | | 131036 [enebo acm.or] Fair enough. As a follow up question...Have you found any technology
| | | 131039 [ilias lazari] not yet.
| | | + 131041 [wildwildwes ] This guy has been asking these sorts of questions on various
| | | | 131042 [ilias lazari] Mr. Moxam,
| | | | + 131047 [rasputnik he] Yes, yes it is.
| | | | | 131048 [ilias lazari] no, it not the time.
| | | | | + 131051 [halostatue g] Okay. I'm through.
| | | | | | + 131061 [ilias lazari] [...] - (off-context comments)
| | | | | | | + 131062 [eero.saynatk] This may sound like a stupid idea, but since it seems that these tools
| | | | | | | | 131066 [ilias lazari] This is a very nice idea.
| | | | | | | | 131068 [joaopedrosa ] Could you write some free MDA tool for Ruby? I think we are missing one. :-)
| | | | | | | | + 131070 [eero.saynatk] The tools exist but you can't name them? J'accuse.
| | | | | | | | + 131073 [ilias lazari] I try to estimate the effort for implement something like an MDA tool.
| | | | | | | + 131072 [halostatue g] Wrong. I did not increase the complexity; I addressed your ignorance.
| | | | | | | 131075 [ilias lazari] [...] - (omitted reading)
| | | | | | | 131359 [curty free.f] Have you considered upgrading?
| | | | | | | 131365 [snail objmed] <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
| | | | | | | 131366 [steve.longdo] Would that be a Sinclair ZX-81 reference?
| | | | | | | + 131375 [agorilla gma] That's the first thing I thought of too, so even if it's not...
| | | | | | | + 131389 [snail objmed] <email@example.com> writes
| | | | | | | 131405 [Stephan.Kaem] I can remember pretty well sitting (closely) in front of a TV set with a
| | | | | | | 131408 [snail objmed] <Stephan.Kaemper@Schleswig-Holstein.de> writes
| | | | | | | 131481 [spoooq gmail] This is truly a superior troll. He started well, with a web-site that even
| | | | | | | 131585 [chneukirchen] Don't forget that he made you write a 12-line summary about him. :-)
| | | | | | + 131188 [chneukirchen] [snip wonderful stuff]
| | | | | + 131084 [snail objmed] <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
| | | | | 131142 [rasputnik he] I call troll, sorry for feeding.
| | | | + 131087 [snail objmed] <email@example.com> writes
| | | + 131053 [Tim.Ferrell ] What might also help ... you will be in a better position to ask good questions if you familiarize yourself with the language at hand first... yes, this
| | | 131065 [ilias lazari] [...] - (process suggestions)
| | | 131086 [snail objmed] <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
| | | 131100 [spoooq gmail] This person is not asking for information. He is a successful troll.
| | + 131034 [halostatue g] Right. But the production of software is something that is very
| | 131040 [ilias lazari] of course.
| | 131044 [halostatue g] Then very few languages will do what you want, and they pretty much
| | + 131049 [ilias lazari] [...] - (increased complexity, lost context)
| | + 131205 [markus.pilze] Would you subsume an MDA-based model transformer and generator
| | + 131208 [markus.pilze] Oh yes, one thing left: you invest into a transformer. At least yet,
| | + 131214 [halostatue g] A "generic" model transformer and generator, yes. A framework,
| | 131335 [markus.pilze] Agreed. It only makes sense, if the transformer|generator framework
| | 131367 [halostatue g] I'm still highly skeptical. I don't doubt the value and efficiency
| + 130864 [chneukirchen] Sometimes, I'd love Object#marshal_io=, to make it save everything
+ 131149 [zimba.tm gma] Easy.
| 131152 [snail objmed] "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
| + 131155 [ruby-lists l] omg! blasphemy! a ruby user thats never wasted hours reading slashdot
| | 131202 [snail objmed] Slashdot - at times interesting, but the lack of insight in some of the
| | + 131203 [jamesUNDERBA] Handy though to read comments a +3 or higher just to see the (possibly)
| | | 131224 [snail objmed] <jamesUNDERBARb@neurogami.com> writes
| | + 131213 [glenn.parker] Pre-filtered SlashDot with S/N graphs: http://alterslash.org/
| + 131211 [chneukirchen] Just curious, how long have you been on the net?
| 131223 [snail objmed] Since July 1990. Why?
| + 131225 [martindemell] That picture is a sort of bizarre rite of passage :) It even has its own
| | 131226 [snail objmed] <email@example.com> writes
| + 131237 [chneukirchen] 15 years on the net and no goatse. wow. :-)
| 131254 [snail objmed] <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
| 131378 [chneukirchen] That's probably needed to make the picture un-pornographic, but I
+ 131260 [eule space.c] (In response to news:email@example.com by Ilias Lazaridis)
| + 131261 [discordantus] Strangely, I had already been reminded of a story where a distributed
| + 131520 [matju sympat] I think it's more along the lines of testing how long it takes for very
| + 131637 [ilias lazari] My main goals are those which i've announce.
+ 131379 [ilias lazari] I'm closing this thread.
131382 [bg-rubytalk ] No, you're not. It will live on forever.
131399 [ilias lazari] You're right.
131406 [snail objmed] <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
^ RedCloth 3.0.2 -- Please, oh please, let this be the one
129452 [ruby-talk wh] Okay, okay. The tumblers are clicking, the clouds are parting.
+ 129520 [alex verk.in] Guess what did you forget to include in your announcement? :)
+ 129521 [alex verk.in] I'm sorry, but... still no go. But looks close.
| 129525 [tamc2 cam.ac] I've been wondering whether RedCloth is being stretched in too many
| 129538 [ruby-talk wh] Yeah, totally. But I think I just need more tests.
| 129553 [alex verk.in] Just one of them - and that one doesn't work with RedCloth 2.0.11, either.
+ 129533 [Bil.Kleb NAS] Confirmed on my end: I just refreshed http://fun3d.larc.nasa.gov
129540 [ruby-talk wh] Oh, come on. You're dangling free code out there?? Seriously, Bill.
129581 [Bil.Kleb NAS] (delivered 3.0.2 to_LaTeX tests + hack offline)
129582 [tobias.luetk] Can't wait for this. I have been meaning to hack this myself for
129587 [vanweerd gma] I'm curious- I keep hearing about LaTex -> PDF, but never
+ 129588 [Bil.Kleb NAS] I don't understand the later and I need math typesetting.
| 129634 [bdarcus gmai] This is one of those semi-religious issues.
+ 129609 [dblack wobbl] I've done some work, along those lines, on a Redcloth -> DocBook
129635 [bdarcus gmai] 1) Support v4.4 of the DTD (just released). It adds a new