14634-15031 subjects 15064-15983
^ Embedding RUBY
14797 [contact bern] I just have one simple question, since i don't seem to find anything on this
14830 [chris atdesk] Sure it's possible. Look in the main.c file in the ruby source to see
^ An Attempt at Versioning
14810 [matju sympat] I have this prototype for versioning. Tell me what you think of it.
+ 14811 [Dave Pragmat] How about extending the idea slightly, and at the same time making it
| 15443 [matju sympat] Now that I think of it, I think the versioning better applies to whole
| 15486 [colin webg2.] [package versioning using a vanilla version file]
+ 14956 [ser germane-] The more I look at this, the more I like it. I've been needing this in Java
15000 [colin webg2.] The more I noodle on this issue, the more important it seems to me.
^ [Q] Why module methods are NOT included by 'include' statement?
14824 [see_signatur] Ruby has a powerful 'include some_module' statement which imports into the
^ [Q] Why module methods are NOT included by 'include' statement?
14825 [see_signatur] Ruby has a powerful 'include some_module' statement which imports into the
14845 [matz zetabit] Because "include" are intended to include the methods in a module into
14882 [see_signatur] Matz,
+ 14884 [Dave Pragmat] I'm not matz, but I make a mean spicy chicken sandwich.
| 14954 [jj5412 earth] FWIW, Cls::Mod.mf works, don't know if that's what you want though.
+ 14894 [matz zetabit] Try "ri extend" like Dave mentioned in [ruby-talk:14884]. Basicly,
^ autoload giving me fits
14833 [colin webg2.] module Testy
14842 [matz zetabit] because "autoload" search currently happens only for toplevel constant.
14839 [jj5412 earth] The first alpha release of RubyDoc is available. It currently generates text
^ More on delegation
14841 [Dave Pragmat] Following on from today's discussion of delegation, I just noticed
^ Ruby/Gtk and signal_emit_stop()
14852 [bombadil wan] I have problems with method Gtk::Object.signal_emit_stop. It seems not to
^ Ruby/Gtk and signal_emit_stop [solved]
14855 [bombadil wan] I have found problem. Function must return 'true' in order to work
^ Strange behaviour with Oracle connection
14856 [neumann s-di] I am using Oracle Module 7 from RAA together with an Oracle
14900 [aleksi.nieme] I can't reproduce it. My version prints the number and a proper error
14910 [neumann s-di] What happens, if you leave the "tns_name" out as last argument and set
^ Are you tired of making others wealthy? 3444
14857 [mhavard efla] PLEASE read this !
^ Reference Manual update?
14858 [buter CWTS.L] Just being curious here...
14904 [matz zetabit] I was too busy to update the reference. try online pickaxe book for
^ Re: Ruby on AIX? (speed issue followup)
14871 [ser germane-] By the way, for people complaining about the speed of Ruby, I'd like to point
14888 [hal9000 hype] point
14876 [aerpenbe rz.] Greetings,
14879 [dalke acm.or] Speaking of which, will anyone related to bioruby be at
^ Class/Module Information
14881 [jkaurin home] It is possible to modify the following code to produce
14907 [matz zetabit] Confucius once said "accept things as they are". ;-)
14930 [jkaurin home] Thank you for the response.
+ 14934 [matz zetabit] Don't take my words too serious (as always). I'm not even sure it was
| 14935 [Dave Pragmat] Before we go too far down this road, is it possible that there's
| + 14969 [hal9000 hype] [huge interesting snip]
| + 15003 [matz zetabit] Hmm, I'm not sure which is better way to introspect. How about making
| + 15033 [matju sympat] 1.
+ 14950 [matju sympat] a Class method...
^ Using RubyWin
14883 [glinus yahoo] New ruby user posting to the group....(New questions might seem stupid..
+ 14898 [barry_shultz] Or, are there any other IDEs for windows machines??
| 14908 [ ddj kmd.dk] your
| 14931 [jkaurin home] Do not forget Visual SlickEdit. See group starting at [ruby-talk:14002].
+ 14942 [masaki.suket] (1) Open the ruby program file.
+ 14959 [bsharpe pobo] Is there some way to double-click a word and have it just be selected instead of
| 15035 [masaki.suket] Do you mean RubyWin tries to evaluate when you double-click a word?
+ 14998 [glinus yahoo] def chab (s)
15036 [masaki.suket] Could you show me the whole program?
14890 [mark0060 tc.] Like the first black & white ruby [gem] logo posted at
14892 [carol_j aust] ????????????????? :=
^ Ruby on Darwin (Mac OS X) using Fink
14896 [ashley seman] Fink build script and patch for Ruby 1.6.3 are checked into Fink's
^ Backslashes in Backquotes
14897 [ashley seman] Is there an easy way in Ruby to execute a string as a command in a
+ 14901 [wbsoft xs4al] IO.popen ('shell command')
+ 14905 [phasis hanan] def subshell(command)
^ Re: [Q] Ruby garbage collector and non-ruby objects?
14926 [matz zetabit] <snip code>
^ backquote and system on windows
14928 [jskeeler pac] ruby -e 'print `help`'
14929 [Dave Pragmat] I'm not a Windows expert, but I suspect that 'echo' is built into
14958 [ptkwt shell1] Yes, I think that's true - 'echo' is part of the 'shell'.
^ Re: Automatic inclusion of modules
14932 [rashworth ma] Dieser Satz beinhalten drei Fehller.
14939 [tammo.freese] Marko's signature contains misspelled words.
^ Dir#read behavior after nil is returned
14937 [nick jobdrag] Can anyone tell me if there is a defined behavior of Dir.read after it has
14938 [matz zetabit] It returns nil forever on Linux. Should there be uniformed definition
14941 [nick jobdrag] Yes, that would be nice. I am going through Rubicon to help learn Ruby and
^ Looking for UML Tool
14943 [jim freeze.o] Does anyone know of a FREE UML tool. I would like to
+ 14944 [gsemones tre] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
| 14953 [jj5412 earth] Just be sure you have a fast computer and lots of memory, 192MB minimum.
+ 14961 [toddg linux1] Pencil & paper, or whiteboards for that matter, are almost free.
^ ICQ LIB for Ruby
14945 [anders ignit] I have managed to produce some links, who references a ICQ LIB for Ruby --
+ 14946 [aerogems net] Just a thought on getting that package to compile.
| 14948 [luigi.ballab] Nope. mkmf is a Ruby module (which, surprisingly enough, also makes
+ 14947 [Dave Pragmat] mkmf comes with your Ruby: it's a Makefile maker.
^ Mascot - Ruby-crowned Kinglet
14949 [gene.rogers ] This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand
14955 [lists.ruby-t] Uh oh, here we go again. :-)
^ A Ruby web log
14952 [Dave Pragmat] In the last couple of weeks, I've been getting concerned that I'm
14960 [armin approx] sounds like a very useful thing to have.
^ load and local variable scope (and constants too)
14957 [ptkwt shell1] #####start of x.rb #####
14964 [matz zetabit] Constants are scoped by enclosing class (Object at toplevel). Since
^ Q: Inverse of Integer.chr?
14965 [daishi cs.be] Perhaps I'm missing the relevant portion of the docs, but is there an
14966 [gnhurst hurs] irb(main):001:0> 65.chr
^ Array search idiom
14967 [james.b.crig] Here's a question about a ruby idiom. I have an array that contains
+ 14975 [Dave Pragmat] I don't know if this is better, and it still has the extra pattern
| 14980 [phasis hanan] shrews",
+ 14983 [gnhurst hurs] Hmm. What if you would like the second contiguous list of primates?
+ 14984 [spwhite char] My take on this is that you're trying to work with insufficiently
^ OT: Drei Fehller -- Re: Re: Automatic inclusion of modules
14968 [hal9000 hype] Bob,
^ Attn: Sales Manager
14970 [erie uniteda] If you are outsourcing or need to expand your sales force for the short term or long term contract, Telexpand
^ Module [instance] methods, append_features, etc.
14971 [hal9000 hype] When a module is mixed into a class via include, the
+ 14976 [matz zetabit] [ruby-talk:14845]
+ 14977 [Dave Pragmat] You need to call 'super' to have the real 'append_features' do its
^ curses on win32?
14972 [hal9000 hype] Question.
+ 14993 [jj5412 earth] Couldn't find anything right off. You might have to install Cygwin as a
+ 14994 [olivier vibe] Well, since ncurses still hasn't been ported to windows (it wasn't few
+ 14995 [jj5412 earth] As a matter of fact, Cygwin comes with an ncurses. I'm installing now and
^ OOPSLA news
14973 [Dave Pragmat] Dave
^ Mascot/Icon Ruby Laser
14974 [furifilo901 ] Hey, I have just remembered that big laser beams are born within ruby tubes.
15005 [schneik us.i] # Hey, I have just remembered that big laser beams are born within
15017 [dblack candl] Ruby
15025 [schneik aust] Hmm. Interesting idea.
15026 [fgp phlo.org] or maybe
^ Includes in classes
14978 [wayne.blair ] First of all, pardon me for my painful newbie questions in advance. I am running ruby from the 1.6.2 windows install on my Win2000 box.
+ 14981 [matz zetabit] It's not legal. Class#module_function is intentionally undefined,
+ 14996 [m_seki mva.b] It's a old (ruby-1.4?) way. Current stable version is ..
15114 [wayne.blair ] It was my bad, I saw a requirement of ruby 1.6.3 on the erb 1.3.3 download
^ Re: OT: Drei Fehller
14982 [luigi.ballab] I'd say it's more a paradox than a trick question. The question is: is the
15009 [in6x059 publ] First let me say, that I did not invent this sentence myself. I
^ Eval to Proc?
14985 [buter CWTS.L] I've been looking for it in the book, but I may be looking over it...
14986 [feldt ce.cha] Yes (if I understand you correctly...),
^ Array -> Hash convertion?
14987 [buter CWTS.L] Sorry to raise another newbie question,
+ 14988 [stillflame g] a_hash = Hash.(*%w(key value etc. &c.))
+ 14989 [tammo.freese] hash = Hash[foo, led, bar, tender]
14990 [dblack candl] That's if foo etc. are variables. In the Perl example they're
14991 [buter CWTS.L] I see. Well, I kinda expected something like your RCR in [ruby-talk:11195]
14992 [dblack candl] I hope so :-)
^ Standard practices for module distribution
14997 [r2d2 mao.acc] I am planning to release some Ruby modules and wonder if there are any
+ 15001 [ljohnson res] I don't think there is really a "standard practice" for this, but you might
+ 15002 [matz zetabit] If you want to install ruby libraries along with extention, put ruby
15004 [buter CWTS.L] Just a small thought here.
15055 [neumann s-di] In Ruby it's often either
15079 [jj5412 earth] require 'Foobar', '1.3+', 'ftp://ftp.myserver.com/pub/ruby_mods/foobar',10
15082 [Dave Pragmat] There's been some discussion of this in the past, and the consensus
^ SV: Re: Class/Module Information
14999 [dennisdecker] [good example]
^ Komodo support for Ruby?
15006 [sobolak myre] Has anyone tried this yet?
+ 15018 [rise knavery] It's working fine for me. I think I still prefer Emacs (though there's
+ 15147 [Laurent.Jull] I have. It works well.
15007 [Jean-Francoi] now that I have ruby working on my HP, I would like to know how to set
^ ANN: FXRuby-0.99.172 Now Available
15008 [ljohnson res] I am pleased to announce the latest release of FXRuby, the Ruby
^ Another Ruby Newbie Question
15010 [monty astuti] Although most of the discussion about Ruby and web apps (started as a result
15012 [wayne.blair ] Hey Chris,
15046 [stillflame g] the earliest references i know of to OOP, and still good for what their worth, were the writings of Plato. ^_^
^ DRuby/Rinda/TupleSpace Dokumentation
15011 [fgp phlo.org] Is there any documentation of DRuby/Rinda/TupleSpace in english?
15019 [chadfowler y] that I never felt was finished enough to publish. If
^ SV: Another Ruby Newbie Question
15013 [dennisdecker] # Now, I have another question....while eagerly awaiting my recently ordered
^ Regexp doubt
15014 [glinus yahoo] I was looking at ruby regular expressions and noticed that the following
15016 [dblack candl] In your examples, the result is the same by coincidence. The
^ SV: DRuby/Rinda/TupleSpace Dokumentation
15015 [dennisdecker] # Is there any documentation of DRuby/Rinda/TupleSpace in english?
15023 [m_seki mva.b] Rinda's small sample is included in drb-1.3.2.
15024 [fgp phlo.org] I have to admit, I do know that Rinda/TupleSpace is Ruby's version of
+ 15027 [neumann s-di] At the beginning there is a TupleSpace.
+ 15196 [m_seki mva.b] * dRuby is not provide "name service".
^ Timezone problem compiling on Cygwin
15020 [jj5412 earth] I'm trying to compile Ruby (1.6.2 and/or 1.6.3) on Cygwin. Both complain
15059 [sma 3plus4.d] I successfully complied Ruby 1.6.4 on cygwin 1.1.8. Perhaps upgrading
15081 [jj5412 earth] Thanks for the reply!
^ Why is the subject prefixed with an ID?
15021 [mattias.wahl] How come you prefix all e-mails with a unique ID in the subject line? It's
+ 15022 [SAT MULTITEC] Use the find button and then use the subject of the thread you are
+ 15028 [matz zetabit] How about switching mail user agent?
| + 15030 [fgp phlo.org] I am an mutt-user - which has no problems with threading altough there is
| + 15037 [decoux moulo] To make an easy reference.
| + 15052 [elderburn mi] FWIW personally I *like* the numbering. :-)
+ 15102 [clpoda ispch] any
^ calling .inspect on array/hash causes core dump
15029 [viisi chello] i'm working on a c++ wrapper class for ruby objects.
15034 [decoux moulo] Can you give a complete example of failure ?
+ 15039 [viisi chello] ok, this works as 'inspect' is called inside an 'eval'.
+ 15040 [decoux moulo] pigeon% cat tt.c
+ 15070 [viisi chello] btw, why do you put this sparse 0 for rb_funcall? ^
| 15077 [matz zetabit] I'll fix rb_ensure().
| 15084 [matz zetabit] Here's the patch, if you'd like to preview.
| 15086 [viisi chello] tnx for your quick solution, matz!
+ 15087 [decoux moulo] Because it look better for me :-) and you're lucky because usually I write
^ French mailing list
15032 [matju sympat] this is an announcement for the French equivalent of ruby-talk. if you
^ Ruby Newbie questions
15038 [ser germane-] Question 1
+ 15041 [ ericb eb.to] This adds a method to the Date class object, not to instances of
| 15066 [ser germane-] Doh!
| 15078 [ ericb eb.to] module A ; def initialize ; super ; puts "A" ; end ; end
| 15111 [ser germane-] I mistyped; I had a "super" in the constructor of C, but missed the "super"
+ 15063 [sma 3plus4.d] Yes.
15067 [ser germane-] For some reason, in my mind the Ruby book has a big ruby on the cover.
^ Building Ruby on Solaris 2.5.1 and LinuxPPC Q4
15042 [angus pobox.] I've been trying to build Ruby 1.6.3 on a couple of platforms. On
^ Can't compile 1.7
15043 [the-master-o] I have a problem when compiling ruby 1.7 under Linux. I tried it with
15058 [matz zetabit] try giving --dbm-include=/usr/inlcude/db1 to ./configure before you
+ 15061 [the-master-o] urban@debian:~/ruby$ ./configure --dbm-include=/usr/include/db1
+ 15062 [decoux moulo] misspelling
15068 [matz zetabit] Oops...
^ Using system with spaces on Win32
15044 [mike lepton.] I cannot start programs that contains spaces in their filename on Win32. I cannot either if the path contains spaces.
15050 [phasis phasi] cannot either if the path contains spaces.
^ RUBY NEWSGROUP FAQ -- Welcome to comp.lang.ruby! (Revised 2001-02-17)
15045 [schneiker ju] RUBY NEWSGROUP FAQ -- Welcome to comp.lang.ruby! (Revised 2001-02-17)
^ Ruby/GTK question and future RAA suggestions
15047 [schneiker ju] I have 2 somewhat related sorts of questions.
+ 15048 [avi beta4.co] I've had, at last count, about 250 downloads of ruby-libglade; of course I have no idea how many of those are actively using it.
+ 15054 [armin approx] I do use Ruby/GTK actively :-)
| 15072 [m.rokos sh.c] I would like to see
| 15090 [erik bagfors] I started with Bonobo-bindings yesterday and I am surpriced of how easy
| 15129 [MAP2303 mapl] Re the message of ``[ruby-talk:15090] Re: Ruby/GTK question and future RAA suggestions''...
+ 15088 [droux tuks.c] Python/GTK is very much alive. There is snapshots available for GTK 1.4.
| 15089 [bombadil wan] I was investigating ruby-python in order to use Python/Gtk. It is more
+ 15112 [jeremy chaos] I'm using the opengl, gtk and gtkglarea extensions to play around with
15126 [schneik us.i] # > ... Can we eventually set up some general mechanism that might make
^ Some help on naming please
15049 [matju sympat] I'm looking for some fresh naming ideas... and other tips in general.
15091 [jj5412 earth] I don't think that's a good idea. Something else to remember, 'I' could also
15385 [matju sympat] I wouldn't think so, because "Interface" here is as a suffix, and Integer,
^ RE: Subscribe with confirmation error (ruby-talk ML)
15051 [cliffu earth] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
^ Ruby elegance: alternative to module_function
15053 [see_signatur] as stated in the pickaxe book Module#module_function serves the purpose of
^ Syntax highlighting
15056 [Stephan.Kaem] As far as I see, there are several text editor out there which can be
+ 15065 [sma 3plus4.d] I also tried a few different editors but didn't find a really good
| 15109 [ser germane-] I use vim for editing Ruby (gvim, usually), and I get this odd behavior: I
| 15312 [benoit.cerri] you probably have your indenting options set differently at home and at
| 15505 [mdemello ken] If you manage to get indenting working properly in vim 5.7, could you post
+ 15075 [ptkwt shell1] I find that vim 5.7 works fine for me - but I'm a vi user.
+ 15083 [alwagner tca] I use wordpad on windows and nedit on linux. Both have excellent, easily
15057 [stefan snobi] Are there any ncurses bindings for Ruby? I only found the curses-binding
+ 15060 [Tarael200 ao] Not yet, but I am planning on developing some :-)
+ 15080 [ttate jaist.] here is a curses extension which supports color and mouse.