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Accessing SVN through Ruby
137230 [vacindak@gm ] I want to code up a CMS of sorts in Ruby that uses Subversion as the
+ 137232 [tanner.burso] I also would be interested.  I was looking for this very thing not a
| 137437 [vacindak@gm ] Ok, so I guess I should create something then.  I'd just assume wrap
| 137442 [rasputnik@he] Isn't there a bounty for this?
| 137443 [vacindak@gm ] Bounty?
| 137501 [rasputnik@he] As in Jango Fett - not the chocolate bar.
+ 137537 [kou@co mi ng] % svn co http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk svn
| 137541 [vacindak@gm ] I'm on Windows at home, and I don't think TextDrive (only FreedBSD
| + 137542 [rooneg@el ct] I don't think anyone has done the leg work to make the ruby bindings for
| + 137544 [kou@co mi ng] I'm sorry for my poor English skill, but I can't understand
|   137546 [vacindak@gm ] Heh, ok.
|   + 137547 [kou@co mi ng] I don't have Windows box, so I can't help you about the
|   + 137566 [surrender_it] try installing a tiny unisih environment such as cygwin or msys/mingw ,
+ 137555 [lmarlow@ya o] You might want to take a look at the rscm library on rubyforge: http://rubyforge.org/projects/rscm/
  137607 [vacindak@gm ] Saw it already, won't do what I need.  I have to have access to the
  137833 [vacindak@gm ] E.1 Prerequisites
  + 137836 [drbrain@se m] Is DL unsuitable for this?  That would require only a compiled SVN
  | 137870 [vacindak@gm ] (Cross-posting to dev@subversion.tigris.org since at least part of
  | 137902 [drbrain@se m] DL is a generic dynamically-linked library wrapper that requires none=20
  | + 137925 [vacindak@gm ] Nice, an answer that might get me somewhere.  Thank you!
  | | + 137960 [drbrain@se m] I think I've illustrated the biggest ones already, with SWIG you can
  | | + 137992 [vacindak@gm ] Well, I managed to get a little bit more progress by moving around a
  | | + 138020 [jkugler@bi f] <SNIP>
  | |   138025 [vacindak@gm ] I did read that section on using the API.  It's not overwhelmingly
  | + 137927 [rooneg@el ct] That's incorrect.  Hand rolled ruby bindings for SVN once existed, but
  + 137885 [ruby-ml@ma i] Hey, it is not that bad. See the snippet at the end that
    137928 [vacindak@gm ] Yes, it is, and this is one of the main reasons I want something more
    137931 [steven.jenki] I've wrapped two libraries with SWIG. In both cases, I ended up writing
    137938 [steven.jenki] Which is a good time for me to ask Lyle Johnson in public: Are you

fox-1.2.16 build fails make on sunos
137233 [jim@fr ez .o] ./configure --prefix=<myprefix>
137241 [drbrain@se m] I think you're missing a bzip2 header.

Mike Hall, where are you?
137234 [Daniel.Berge] It appears that Mike Hall's Ruby packages have disappeared from the RAA,
137320 [horacio.lope] what's the name of the package you're looking for ?
137321 [horacio.lope] ummm.... sorry, it looks empty now

Problem with "here" document in hash constructor?
137235 [john_b_andre] In the following code example, constructing hash1 works fine,
+ 137239 [halostatue@g] On Apr 7, 2005 12:29 PM, john_b_andrews@yahoo.com
| 137295 [bob.news@gm ] "Austin Ziegler" <halostatue@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 137242 [james@gr yp ] [snip working example]

[OT] continuations article
137249 [joevandyk@gm] I saw http://www.phubuh.org/Media/Writing/Continuations/ (an article
137250 [joevandyk@gm] See http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2005/03/24/Continuations for details.
137252 [pit@ca it in] Regards,
137254 [joevandyk@gm] Nice, I didn't think of that.

[ANN] Syck 0.54 -- typing compatibility, improved output
137251 [ruby-talk@wh] <http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/3859/syck-0.54.tar.gz>

help traversing and modifying hash key and value inplace
137256 [transfire@gm] Having a little trouble here. seems that I'm getting some errors trying
137297 [bob.news@gm ] "Trans" <transfire@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
137556 [transfire@gm] Thanks Robert.
137561 [bob.news@gm ] "Trans" <transfire@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
137675 [transfire@gm] object
138009 [transfire@gm] So here's what I've settled on. Good? Or is there still a better way to
138032 [bob.news@gm ] "Trans" <transfire@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
138094 [transfire@gm] want but
138095 [transfire@gm] Sigh, sorry if my last message is garbled --blame Google groups.

mod_ruby, Apache 2, mySQL problem
137267 [Tony.Targons] ...

Mod_ruby on XLAMPP
137278 [paulha@ar cn] I'm trying to get mod_ruby running on a win_32 xlampp installation.  So
137390 [Tony.Targons] As far as I understand Apache setup..

"Rolling with Ruby" for Linux?
137279 [ptkwt@ar cn ] I'm finally getting around to trying out Rails and I'm using Curt Hibbs'
+ 137285 [james@gr yp ] Have you tried the command-line client installed with MySQL?
| + 137291 [jim@fr ez .o] Or, try adding your machine to the list of allowed hosts
| | 137312 [ptkwt@ar cn ] I figured out why mysql_administrator wouldn't connect.  It was trying to
| + 137305 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Welcome to the MySQL monitor.  Commands end with ; or \g.
|   137331 [jonraphaelso] Phil
+ 137354 [lyndon.samso] A great article, but I'm a bit surprised at the proportion of GUI
  137385 [curt@hi bs c] That was a conscious decision on my part. The idea was to bring those
  + 137445 [kismert@te a] As an Access/VB developer, I can say I definitely liked the article.
  + 137456 [ptkwt@ar cn ] It took me a while, but after I got the mysql_administator tool running I

Simple scene graph engine in OpenGL
137282 [kig@mi fi in] Continuing my GL hackathon, I've been scribbling together a scene graph

Movie Quotes (was Re: fed up with this newsgroup)
137293 [james@gr yp ] goto (1.0/0.0) and $beyond
+ 137301 [ryco@gm .n t] everybody.calm
| 137304 [belorion@gm ] !you.handle_truth
| + 137307 [ruby-ml@ma i] Hmm..
| + 137314 [billk@ct .c ] self.time = Time.at(0)
+ 137309 [snail@ob me ] Edward Gray II <james@grayproductions.net> writes
  137318 [glenn.parker] self.fear if you.dare?

www.mathhelpforum.com
137294 [shaymamo@gm ] We have started a new Math Help Comunity on the web. To help you with
+ 137639 [ jupp@gm .d ] How comes Ruby into play?
+ 137640 [ jupp@gm .d ] How comes Ruby into play?
  137664 [martindemell] Maybe their spamming software was written in ruby  :)

Re: - need a simple IDE which lists methods and variables
137299 [primitivewor] Just use Vim (http://vim.sourceforge.net/).
137416 [ilias@la ar ] I've overflown the links, and it looks very intresting.

Fwd: Re: 'gem install instiki-0.10.0' does not pull in dependencies - why?
137311 [jim@we ri hh] Oops!  I sent this message from the wrong mail account and didn't notice until
+ 137327 [alex@ve k. n] Oh, I see. When I specify --both, gem looks for the gem file, finds it
+ 137382 [jim@we ri hh] Yep.  That's basically it.

Re: 'gem install instiki-0.10.0' does not pull in dependencies - why?
137325 [chadfowler@g] Oh, heh.  I think I looked at this one too early in the morning. ;)

Need an animation example in  korundums' ksprite?
137326 [meruby@gm il] I like to create an animation program using korundums' ksprite class.
137401 [Richard_Dale] KSprite is in the kdegames module, so it isn't currently in the Korundum
137414 [meruby@gm il] KSprite has moveto and notify signal method which is very handy when

RubyForge at 600 projects and counting...
137329 [rich@in oe h] Tom just activated the 600th project on RubyForge!  That and 1,922
137384 [curt@hi bs c] Pretty amazing... especially if you consider that RubyForge opened for
137422 [lymans@gm il] How many do we have to go before we can say that we have a 'CPAN'?
+ 137424 [Daniel.Berge] ...
+ 137425 [binkley@al m] Wouldn't that be a CRAN?
| + 137426 [Daniel.Berge] When RAA and RubyForge merge, then we have CPAN.
| | 137427 [hal9000@hy e] I don't think they're going to merge as such, but I do hope
| | 137440 [tom@in oe he] Nope...
| + 137430 [damog@da og ] Bring CRAN to life!
|   + 137433 [damog@da og ] David Moreno Garza <damog@damog.net> | http://www.damog.net/
|   + 137435 [matt@te hn r] But then the GEM system will need to be rewritten to support CRANberrys.
+ 137460 [lymans@gm il] I guess I was asking more about a number... I have no idea how many
  + 137461 [lymans@gm il] I should look around a bit more before I start to blabber.
  + 137463 [rich@in oe h] CPAN -
    137467 [Daniel.Berge] I'll take quality over quantity any day. :)

Re: optparse to include no opt-args, invalid opt,...
137357 [botp@de mo t] #> 1. Can optparse capture nil/empty args?
137447 [bob.news@gm ] ""Pe?a, Botp"" <botp@delmonte-phil.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

[ANN] Iotaz 0.1.0
137367 [peter@nj ni ] Iotaz 0.1.0

using gem to update itself?
137394 [sigzero@gm i] I have used gem to install rubygems-update(0.8.10) but when I do a
+ 137395 [rasputnik@he] run
| 137396 [sigzero@gm i] Thanks!
+ 137399 [jim@we ri hh] Just run the update again.

[ANN] Instiki 0.10.0 - On The Rails
137398 [alex@ve k. n] <fanfares/>
137408 [james_b@ne r] Really?  You're not just going by downloads, are you?
+ 137421 [chneukirchen] What else could be the most popular Ruby *application*?
| 137444 [james_b@ne r] I'm not making any claims; I'm wondering how you support yours.
+ 137432 [rhkramer@gm ] (Sorry, misplaced the original announcement.)
| + 137439 [alex@ve k. n] Yes, it is still the same backend, albeit the handling of persistence
| + 137449 [rhkramer@gm ] Alexey,
|   137492 [bg-rubytalk@] Does this mean that Instiki can now be easily integrated into a real web
|   137532 [alex@ve k. n] Actually, no. It is still a ProxyPass story, because of the Madeleine
+ 137441 [alex@ve k. n] Of course not! I've just recently paid 123,456.00 USD for a worldwide
+ 137448 [james_b@ne r] How would one know?  And what is gained by claiming something for which
  + 137536 [alex@ve k. n] James,
  + 137550 [james_b@ne r] That pretty much sums things up.
    + 137551 [alex@ve k. n] Why do you think it is such a bad thing?
    + 137581 [halostatue@g] Because it confuses popularity with quality.
      + 137584 [david@lo dt ] "most popular end-user application in the Ruby world", so he wasn't
      | 137590 [james_b@ne r] Perhaps, but if so, then simply citing the download figures should be
      | 137605 [tom@in oe he] They're cumulative.
      | 137606 [tom@in oe he] But you can see the download numbers for each release on the project's
      + 137588 [alex@ve k. n] Oh, gosh! I would never ever dare to propose a quality pissing context -
      + 137598 [glenn.parker] Knowing how many people have downloaded an application gives you, at
      + 137615 [halostatue@g] I'm not sure that it does, really. Don't get me wrong -- I don't
        137646 [alex@ve k. n] To some extent, it does. From the mail that I get as a maintainer, it is

Problem installing gems
137402 [RIsaacs@Co n] ...
137411 [jim@we ri hh] Hmmm ... what is the proxy situation on that particular box?  Browsers
137417 [RIsaacs@Co n] There aren't any proxies on this network.  I have a standard network
137418 [RIsaacs@Co n] With ethereal and an http filter, I can see this request and response...

Apache2 fcgi setup
137403 [Tony.Targons] Could somebody help me out with FastCGI setup under Apache? I'm trying
137407 [evans.jon@gm] trying

Status of libpcap
137415 [nospam@lu ac] I found the ruby-libpcap library from
137761 [jp-www@dc .g] I've used that library and linked against libpcap 0.8.3. I don't think the
137943 [crf@sb x. u-] A dumpfile of e.g. Ethereal sometimes causes exceptions when opened by
138174 [nospam@lu ac] Yes, that's exactly the problem I'm having. I try to load a capture of

Re: FastCST 0.6.5 (Mergerific Indexer Release)
137434 [george.marro] Zed -- are you in the running for the new Linux kernel SCM tool now

Ruby Garden Wiki Footnotes or Anchors
137450 [transfire@gm] On the Ruby Garden Wiki, is there a way to create footnotes or, even
137678 [transfire@gm] After some more footwork I found the answer on UseModWiki site, which

Quick start to acessing Oracle`
137452 [ross.parker@] I am looking at replacing Perl with Ruby.  I like to use Perl for a lot of
137453 [jason.sweat@] sucessfully to talk to Oracle 8.1.7 and 7.3.4 databases.
137455 [ross.parker@] Thanks!  I found and installed the Ruby:DBI module and am able to talk to
137535 [danj@3s el c] A word of caution, the OCI8 package is more capable than the older one.
+ 137538 [alex@ve k. n] There is a question I keep asking from time to time (just in case
+ 137539 [jason.sweat@] My Linux compiled Ruby talks to Oracle running on HPUX fine, but I
| 137543 [alex@ve k. n] Yeah, I need a Ruby program to run on HPUX and talk to Oracle.
+ 137572 [pit@ca it in] This interests me. What do you exactly mean by "async" calls?
  137867 [danj@3s el c] The OCI8 library can exec to Oracle in polling mode, i.e. the OCI call
  138077 [pit@ca it in] Thanks Dan, I had never heard of the polling mode. When reading about it

Gem install fcgi
137459 [Tony.Targons] Gem installation of fcgi appears to be broken
137484 [aredridel@gm] Do you have the fastcgi development kit installed?
137486 [chadfowler@g] It definitely looks like it's not installed.  Being on Windows, you
137488 [aredridel@gm] I suppose the gem can't fall back to the pure ruby version? (Can gems
137491 [chadfowler@g] No, but that's a really neat idea!
137498 [pergesu@gm i] I was getting that error too, but on FreeBSD.  Opted just to install

[QUIZ] Knight's Travails (#27)
137468 [james@gr yp ] 1.  Please do not post any solutions or spoiler discussion for this quiz until
+ 137645 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Sounds fun... <sigh>I just wish I had the time...</sigh>
+ 137708 [kero@ch ll .] # Ruby Quiz #27, Knight's Travails
  137738 [sellberg@go ] Oh, I wish I thought of that, my solution has to reverse the path

Re: local relocation entries in non-writable section
137474 [jim@fr ez .o] collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

fcgi-0.8.6 recently released
137475 [nospam@no pa] I just noticed fcgi-0.8.6 was made available with important bugfixes.
137514 [paulha@ar cn] I get the same error, but it pretty much always happens to me for
137519 [aredridel@gm] You'll need a compatible compiler in your path.
137630 [paulha@ar cn] And that would be?  I have gcc 3.3.3 for cygwin and Microsoft cl (aka
137790 [rasputnik@he] Header files.
137824 [aredridel@gm] Header files, for both the FastCGI dev kit, and your OS' C api.

How should this really be coded in the Ruby style?
137476 [glenn.ruby@g] I'm now in the lucky position of finding myself coding in Ruby all
+ 137481 [Daniel.Berge] This is where TDD is your friend.  It not only tests your code, it
| 137485 [agorilla@gm ] never thought to use '.to_s' to avoid the nil issue.  Good to know.
+ 137483 [agorilla@gm ] I'm hardly a guru, but I'll toss in my $.02
+ 137487 [rampant@gm i] Here's my play with it, though as Daniel said, you didn't include
+ 137497 [bob.news@gm ] "Glenn Smith" <glenn.ruby@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  137506 [billk@ct .c ] To be fair, its indentation was intact.  It's just $#@#%#$ Outlook
  137560 [glenn.ruby@g] Gents
  137804 [lukfugl@gm i] You can have the best of both worlds with 'or'.

Anyone try the new fcgi-0.8.6 yet?
137478 [nospam@no pa] I was wondering if anyone else tried using it and found it stable enough
+ 137480 [aredridel@gm] A rough change-log (from the difference from the previous release)
+ 137516 [khaines@en g] I have abused the _heck_ out of FCGI with two of the three patches that

New fcgi gem sorely needed
137489 [tobias.luetk] There is no gem for the new fcgi release. Can anyone help out? Tom?
+ 137499 [tom@in oe he] Me?  Yikes, I'm not sure how I'd go about that... who built the current
+ 137510 [aredridel@nb] Let me suggest something. The best mark of "production ready" is to look
| 137523 [nospam@no pa] In principal, I agree with you 100%.  But this world is full of people
| 137525 [aredridel@nb] That's sad. I'm tempted to say "let them go the way of the dinosaur" if
| 137530 [tobias.luetk] Be that as it may, the essence of my post was that we need a new gem.
| + 137540 [tom@in oe he] It seems like Tatsuki Sugiura is, in his own words, the temporary
| + 137549 [aredridel@nb] Agreed! It's gotta be up-to-date, especially for critical
+ 137522 [khaines@en g] It's not ready for a version bump to 1.0.  There were serious, blatant,

Freelance Rubyist needed for web
137494 [danj@3s el c] I need a freelance Ruby programmer. All the work is Web oriented and is

Detecting thread exit immediately
137496 [martindemell] class FXIrb < FXText
137500 [vjoel@PA H. ] In line with your last thought, what about writing something to a queue
137503 [martindemell] That still won't give me instant feedback, will it? Why I'm so keen on
137509 [martindemell] The good people on #ruby-lang solved this one :) It's as simple as

Access variables in singleton?
137517 [ruby@di it l] I created the following small singleton class, but it seems that my
137520 [bg-rubytalk@] Wrong context, this is defined within the "Context" class definition, not

Net::HTTP problem with SAP (iView is not compatible...)
137518 [jim@fr ez .o] I am trying to scrape some info from a web page (local intranet),
137521 [jos@ca no k.] You could try setting the User-Agent in the HTTP Request header so the site
137557 [jim@fr ez .o] Ahh, thanks. I'll give that a try.
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