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Bug? Fixnum#** is slower than Bignum#**
143303 [murphy@cY nu] (original text by Wolfgang N?dasi-Donner)

join not in Enumerable
143305 [logancapaldo] Just a few minutes ago I was playing with irb as I am wont to do, and
+ 143311 [Ara.T.Howard] the only reason i can think of is that just because somthing is countable
| 143318 [nobu.nokada@] Feels interesting.
| 143334 [Ara.T.Howard] only you would crank that out in C nobu ;-)
+ 143314 [dblack@wo bl] module Enumerable
| + 143316 [jim@we ri hh] [... elided version using to_a ...]
| | 143317 [chr_mail@gm ] It's
| + 143319 [kristof@vl e] I believe because join requires an ordered collection, and enumerables
|   + 143322 [bob.news@gm ] "Kristof Bastiaensen" <kristof@vleeuwen.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   | 143324 [dblack@wo bl] As per my previous post, I don't think that matters for join, which is
|   | 143329 [eric_mahurin] Unfortunately for Hash, this can cause confusion to what an
|   | 143330 [dblack@wo bl] I see it the other way.  "Index" means different things to different
|   | 143332 [Ara.T.Howard] hmm.  i don't really see any possible implication with orderedness or index
|   | 143333 [dblack@wo bl] It may not imply orderness, but it imposes an order.  I think part of
|   + 143323 [dblack@wo bl] I don't think the unorderedness would matter; consider, for example,
+ 143338 [djberg96@ho ] functionality.
  + 143349 [eric_mahurin] I was agreeing with you - each_with_index confuses what an
  | 143372 [dblack@wo bl] It just seems like a bad fit for, say, iterating through lines of a
  + 143354 [Ara.T.Howard] Enumerable#join(sep): concatinate each (Enumerable#each) thing onto a string
    143374 [djberg96@ho ] definition of
    143377 [eric_mahurin] I don't think an inifinite collection is a legitimate

Ruby Debugger.  Remove catchpoint?
143312 [dcorbin@ma h] Is there someway to remove a catchpoint while in the debugger?  Better yet, is
+ 143383 [mailinglists] Sorry, what you mean with this. Do you mean to reload the source files
| 143395 [snail@ob me ] <mailinglists@scriptolutions.com> writes
| + 143397 [mailinglists] Wow, does "ruby -rdebug" really not offer this feature ?
| + 143520 [dcorbin@ma h] Eeew.  No, the idea came from Perl.
+ 143385 [assaph@gm il] Better yet, is
  143521 [dcorbin@ma h] Yes

[ANN] soap4r/1.5.4
143320 [nakahiro@sa ] 'SOAP4R' is an implementation of

[ANN] Ruby Facets 0.7.2
143321 [transfire@gm] A N N O U N C I N G

Ruby/Tk and BWidget
143325 [nornagon@gm ] (specifically, the NoteBook thingy), primarily due to the poor
143326 [nagai@ai ky ] Please install BWidget extension on your Tcl/Tk.
143351 [nornagon@gm ] Could you point me in the right direction as to installing BWidget?
143356 [nornagon@gm ] Ah, nevermind. Got it!

Vim's Ruby indenting
143328 [vfoley@gm il] I have always used Vim to edit my Ruby code, and I've always been very
+ 143331 [ruby.brian@g] I just came over from emacs to vim, and this is also the main thing
+ 143391 [sanobast-200] Do you use vim-ruby's indent file?
  143422 [vfoley@gm il] Yes, I do.  And I have this version installed.
  143423 [vfoley@gm il] Ah no, I did not.  Thought I did.  I used the new version and it fixed
  143428 [mailing-list] I°«ll add support for this at a later time.  Until then, consider
  143435 [ruby.brian@g] On 23/05/05, Nikolai Weibull
  + 143461 [mailing-list] Sure, but tell me a reasonable way to indent it and provide me with the
  | + 143478 [vfoley@gm il] Oh, don't get me wrong, I definitly appreciate what you did.  I once
  | | 143510 [mailing-list] Thanks.  It°«s nice to hear that people like it more than what becomes
  | + 143504 [ruby.brian@g] On 24/05/05, Nikolai Weibull
  |   143512 [mailing-list] Thanks.  I agree that this kind of thing should work properly.  Ruby°«s
  + 143466 [gsinclair@gm] The following code indents properly and is what I use.
    + 143469 [sroberts@un ] I wonder whether using Syntax, based on the ruby parser, would allow an
    | + 143509 [gsinclair@gm] no
    | + 143516 [mailing-list] This has been an idea of mine for some time, but I haven°«t had time to
    + 143514 [mailing-list] The reason that this works and the other form doesn°«t is that in this

[SOLUTION] Ruby Quiz #33 Tiling Turmoil
143336 [email55555@g] Here is my solution, it is kind of short ...
143430 [email55555@g] The solution for 2x2 and 4x4 is unique.
143629 [email55555@g] =begin

Uniform vector class, inheriting from Array: How to make sure that methods return a Vector and not an Array?
143337 [sanobast-200] I recently tried to implement a uniform vector class being defined as a
143342 [ruby.brian@g] I'm quite shure you don't need to do what you are doing, because this
+ 143346 [surrender_it] this makes me think: the delegation approach is usually simpler.
| 143403 [rampant@gm i] I think you've got it. Classes which have methods which return
+ 143396 [sanobast-200] Thank you very much for pointing out how to use method_missing here.
  143399 [discordantus] Use of a "uniform" array would seem to preclude duck-typing. Even if
  143421 [lukfugl@gm i] Well, on this point, isn't it recommended that whenever you override
  143424 [discordantus] I'd never heard it mentioned on the list (that I remember), but it

I want to ask you the most important question of your life. The question is: Are you saved? It is not a question of how good you are, nor if you are a church member, but are you saved? Are you sure you will go to Heaven when you die? The reason some people don't know for sure if they are going to Heaven when they die is because they just don't know. The good news is that you can know for sure you are going to Heaven. May 22, 2005 12:11:46 pm
143339 [RLG101144@ya] THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION OF YOUR LIFE

[ANN] AllInOneRuby 0.2.2
143343 [pan@er kv en] I just released version 0.2.2 of AllInOneRuby.
143348 [pan@er kv en] gegroet,

Gem Dependancies
143345 [james@gr yp ] With HighLine, we've recently moved over to using termios... on Unix
143365 [jim@we ri hh] Not within a single gem.  You could provide separate gems with different
143369 [james@gr yp ] Do a few projects do this?  Can you point me toward an example project?
143379 [jeremy@hi eg] I'll add to it too...
+ 143388 [surrender_it] I think this are called "virtual" more than optional.
+ 143473 [jim@we ri hh] The problem is that once you get beyond simple dependencies, the requirements
  145150 [foobar@fu zb] Jim, I don't want to make this sound simpler than it is, but I'd guess

ri doesn't go on my SuSE workstation
143350 [xeno@es im .] xeno@linux:~> ri GC

ruby wiki reccomendation
143355 [Ara.T.Howard] i've used a few of the ruby wiki's in the past and liked them.  however, i'm
143368 [rampant@gm i] A ruby wiki with file/image managment and user authentication.
143440 [tamc2@ca .a ] %r{/(edit|save)/home page}, WEBrick::HTTPAuth::SiteWidePassword.new

Re: [QUIZ] [Solution] Tiling Turmoil (#33)
143358 [dbatml@gm .d] here is my solution. I didn't know this problem and I didn't google ;-)
143359 [gasman@ra w.] Here's my solution (and my first attempt at a Ruby Quiz) - also
143442 [jannis@ha de] ...

[ANN] RMagick 1.8.1 released
143361 [cyclists@nc ] RMagick is a binding to the ImageMagick and GraphicsMagick image

GREAT VIDEO! >> http://www.tbn.org/films/videos/To_Hell_And_Back.ram << Just click link to view the free video.......... May 22, 2005 7:37:34 pm
143362 [AOLfan250129] GREAT VIDEO! >> http://www.tbn.org/films/videos/To_Hell_And_Back.ram <<

Stats comp.lang.ruby (last 7 days)
143366 [bsd.SANSPAM@] Stats comp.lang.ruby (last 7 days)
143367 [agorilla@gm ] I know it's been raised before, but I don't recall any suggestions, so
143370 [dblack@wo bl] ...
+ 143371 [agorilla@gm ] Yeah, saw that conversation.  Guess I meant 'no suggestions for
+ 143382 [james_b@ne r] Sadly.
| 143413 [glenn.parker] Balwinder,
| + 143429 [billk@ct .c ] Sorry to contribute to the noise, but I don't understand this.
| + 143527 [dblack@wo bl] ...including devoting a lot of one's time to trying to help people
+ 143417 [glyconis@gm ] How about removing the stats entirely?
  + 143420 [tanner.burso] +1
  + 143928 [chneukirchen] +1, I can't hear the weekly discussions about the disclaimer anymore.

debugger restart
143373 [mark@oc we .] In looking through the debugger commands for "ruby -r debug {name}.rb", I don't
143470 [sroberts@un ] As far as I have been able to tell. Its a huge PITA, isn't it? You get
143501 [matz@ru y- a] Does this small patch helps you?

sciTe editor IRB window getting double characters
143375 [faker@ya oo ] Has any one had a problem with the latest release of Ruby and the included
+ 143475 [itsme213@ho ] Are you on Windows? I've had anamolies with Ruby/irb with another editor
| 143588 [faker@ya oo ] Yes, XP, I should have included that in the original post.
+ 143959 [david.a.boyd] today I installed Ruby per 1.8.2-14 final and tried to adapt scite
  + 143970 [thunder@gm i] The way that SciTE's output pane works is that it has two file
  | 144016 [david.a.boyd] Neil,
  | 144061 [thunder@gm i] This could be shortened by using $(file.patterns.rb) where commands
  | 144074 [david.a.boyd] Neil,
  | 144147 [thunder@gm i] There is SciTE documentation at
  + 144037 [curt@hi bs c] Thanks, I'll add this stuff to the One-Click installer's version of

Test
143402 [test@fr en t] Its only test.

Re: The many sounds of the unduck.
143404 [Peter.Fitzgi] _Why,

a deepcopy for "array = [1,2,3]*5"?
143407 [bvschmid@gm ] Been looking this up in the myriad of deepcopy strands, but couldn't
+ 143408 [flori@ni e. ] array = Array.new(5) { [1,2,3] }
+ 143409 [ruby.brian@g] For me [1,2,3]*5 behaves different.
  143418 [premshree.pi] He prolly meant [[1, 2, 3]]*5

GEM C Extensions
143410 [transfire@gm] I'm thinking about bundling libxml in a GEM. Does GEM support C-based

[ANN] HighLine 0.6.1
143411 [james@gr yp ] =======================
143458 [ljz@as as .c] The gem install of highline went smoothly.  However, when I did the
143476 [james@gr yp ] Can you tell me what the following code prints?
143508 [ljz@as as .c] # irb
143544 [james@gr yp ] These are indeed strange issues.  I wish I could provide some
143577 [ljz@as as .c] Yes.  All's well that ends well, and I won't belabor the point any

Endian packing errors.
143431 [binary42@gm ] I have a number I must convert to a network long. I have been using
+ 143434 [jim@fr ez .o] BigEndian    = (0 == [1].pack('l')[0])
| 143436 [binary42@gm ] PB(G4): true
| 143437 [jim@fr ez .o] irb(main):001:0> [65].pack('N')
| 143438 [binary42@gm ] I think that is what it is. I just compiled ruby from source to check
| 143443 [acharlieblue] install.
| 143445 [binary42@gm ] Thanks for the post! I've filed a bug report but it's probably more
+ 143524 [gavin@re in ] ...
  + 143535 [binary42@gm ] I this using the ruby that comes with 10.4, a custom build, or something else?
  | 143537 [gavin@re in ] ...
  + 143536 [acharlieblue] I suspect that's a custom build, because the version string is slightly

RDoc and SWIG
143433 [gfb@to es ft] I use SWIG to wrap C++ classes into Ruby. Is there any way to use RDoc
+ 143471 [sroberts@un ] I would be surprised if this works, but you might get lucky.
| 143477 [gfb@to es ft] Interesting. However, it sounds like a lot of hassle. I took another
+ 143612 [mailinglists] When using SWIG and Ruby do the that FXRuby does. Generate a complete
  143613 [gfb@to es ft] That's, actually, what I ended up with, on my own ;-). Thanks.

Sending and receiving windows messages with ruby.
143441 [awertyui@gm ] I'm trying to send and receive windows messages between a ruby app
143459 [polyergic@gm] (this may be equivelent to using Ruby/DL)
143472 [tylere@gm il] Well, can't speak for how useful it is with Ruby, as I haven't tried it

Array.=== Bug, Rails Bug, or brain failure?
143444 [markus@re li] I've got some rails code that is failing in a very strange way.  It is
143447 [jamis@37 ig ] Markus,
143449 [markus@re li] 1) x.y.class.name == 'Array'
+ 143450 [markus@re li] Ah ha!  We're both right!  It is a bug, and it does involve some of the
+ 143451 [jamis@37 ig ] Indeed, truth is stranger than fiction. ;) Consider this snippet from
| + 143452 [Daniel.Berge] I think someone needs to take a look at Forwardable and Delegator.
| + 143454 [lukfugl@gm i] It's because the proxy is the argument to, not receiver of, ===. So
+ 143453 [lukfugl@gm i] IANARE (Rails Expert), but my guess it that whatever x.y is is

UDP select()/recvfrom() delay under Windows?
143448 [ruby-talk@ba] I have the following snippet of code in a UDP client I'm knocking
143488 [mulperi@cc h] I think this will be fixed in 1.8.3 so you could try it. There is a 1.8.3rc1
143513 [ruby-talk@ba] I don't have MSVC++, so I downloaded ruby-1.8.3-preview1-i386-mswin32.zip
143601 [ruby-talk@ba] Thanks to the suggestion of Kent Sibilev in...

loop over array with indices
143455 [softpro@gm .] i have the recurring problem that i want to loop over an array with
143457 [Daniel.Berge] See Enumerable#each_with_index.
143505 [ruby.brian@g] And define yourself map_with_index, inject_with_index etc. where
143617 [logancapaldo] require 'enumerator'
143625 [pit@ca it in] arr_iter.inject("") { |a, (b, i)| a << "#{b}@#{i}" }
143627 [logancapaldo] Aha. That's really cool. I did not know that.

Tk read-only text box
143460 [nornagon@gm ] Another Tk question.
143474 [nagai@ai ky ] Hmmm.... Probably there are some ways.
+ 143497 [nornagon@gm ] Interesting. Could you tell me how that works, exactly? Like, what's
| 143507 [nagai@ai ky ] Each widget has a bindtag list to determine bindings which should be
| 143584 [botp@de mo t] #Each widget has a bindtag list to determine bindings which should be
| 143594 [nagai@ai ky ] # Are you misunderstanding? I'm not NaHi-san. :-)
| 143595 [nornagon@gm ] How extensive is the Japanese documentation? Would it be worth trying
| 143606 [nagai@ai ky ] reference (almost all of the commented problems are already fixed).
| + 143608 [nornagon@gm ] Ahhh, okay. Thanks for the info.
| + 143649 [steve.brumba] Indeed.  Benjamin Peterson translated it; you can find the translation
+ 143609 [nornagon@gm ] Hmm. I've been using this for a while and it works quite nicely.
  143614 [nagai@ai ky ] Here is an example.
  143633 [nagai@ai ky ] It goes without saying that the following is same to replace

Re: Array.=== in Rails Bug
143462 [markus@re li] This is a bug in the code that does the proxying, and either the
143463 [jamis@37 ig ] Except that you'd want to add that to Array, rather than the proxy
143482 [markus@re li] Did that, but in the meantime I found a better solution (and included it
+ 143483 [ksruby@gm il] The target of AssociationProxy is not always an instance of Array. For
| 143523 [markus@re li] Good point.  Descending it from Array shouldn't hurt for the other
+ 143486 [jim@we ri hh] FileList in Rake used to inherit from Array to get array-like behavior.  I
  143525 [markus@re li] This is a much more thorough wrapping (see earlier on this thread).  It

Re: HighLine 0.6.1
143465 [greg7224@gm ] Are you running in Windows or *nix.
143464 [greg7224@gm ] whoops... missed the uname listing and jumped to conclusions.
143511 [ljz@as as .c] # cd /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.9/gems/highline-0.6.1

Making a scripting tutorial
143479 [vfoley@gm il] I am part of a Linux User Group in Quebec, and I would like to make a
+ 143484 [james_b@ne r] Over how many days?  You've listed quite a bit of material to present to
| + 143485 [agorilla@gm ] Bill Guindon (aka aGorilla)
| + 143490 [vfoley@gm il] I was thinking in a period of about two hours.  Like I said, I want to
|   143502 [ruby.brian@g] I'd say it is impossible to do what you want to do in just two hours.
|   + 143522 [curt@hi bs c] Curt
|   + 143532 [vfoley@gm il] Four days?  We meet once a month, I doubt they'll remember something
|     143533 [ruby.brian@g] That is exactly what I meant. ;-)
+ 143487 [assaph@gm il] can
| 143489 [ryco@gm .n t] I found
+ 143506 [bob.news@gm ] There are quite some tutorials out there - you can easily find them with
  143529 [gene.tani@gm] Unfortunately, ruby-forum.org not quite up yet (get screen shots of old

Killing a Process started with Kernel.system
143491 [MartinAusChe] I know, this question was asked a dozen times, but I can't believe that
+ 143494 [billk@ct .c ] I'm guessing the problem is your "everlasting" program
+ 143495 [nobuyoshi.na] Fundamentally, since Kernel.system doesn't finish until the child
+ 143496 [nobuyoshi.na] Fundamentally, since Kernel.system doesn't finish until the child
+ 143526 [gavin@re in ] require 'win32ole'
  143539 [Ara.T.Howard] so no way by pid?
  143542 [Daniel.Berge] require "win32/open3"
  143556 [Ara.T.Howard] awesome!  so can do something like this from now on to make code
  143654 [nobuyoshi.na] That interface feels ugly to me.
  143660 [Ara.T.Howard] but maybe
  143663 [nobuyoshi.na] To implement is easy, to design is not. :-)
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