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^ Enumerable
154543 [SimonKroeger] is the Module Enumerable documented somewhere?
154552 [nobu.nokada ] ext/enumerator/enumerator.txt in 1.8 source, or would be seen

^ Ruby project examples
154547 [gaston.garci] ...
154600 [nohmad gmail] Unlike "Daily Python URL", these are very formal pages though.

^ database driver developers guide
154555 [leigh_kenned] I was looking at the list of drivers supported by rails, and it is
154575 [dave burt.id] ...
154700 [leigh_kenned] Thanks for the tip.  I had a look though this and have an idea where to
154740 [eduardo.yane] There is an adapter at http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/2030 but I don't

^ Ruby and WSH How?
154556 [ahidalgo bel] Any ideas or links to Ruby and WSH(Windows Scripting Host)?
154560 [tksano gmail] You can do it with ActiveScriptRuby. Though I myself have not experienced that.
154562 [zdennis mkte] I have used Ruby and WSH. It is beautiful. Documentation is sparse, so
154565 [dave burt.id] ...
154574 [zdennis mkte] I guess I meant documentation for using WIN32OLE and WScript...etc... I
154576 [dave burt.id] ...

^ Re: automated testing tool in ruby
154561 [karlin.fox g] Sounds like your asking for a protocol-level capture/replay functional

^ ruby enscript support
154570 [sy1234 gmail] I got enscript working to highlight syntax with my wiki, but I've been

^ Re: Rogue threads found! The plot thickens....
154573 [drbrain segm] ...
154597 [drbrain segm] Even better with renewer objects.
155746 [andrew.townl] Sorry for the late reply--haven't been able to keep up with the list
155784 [drbrain segm] Its more low-level than that, it can be used to expire the Tuple it

^ Code Sharing - Units (abandoned child)
154577 [gavin refine] Last night I was sleepily trying to calculate the sustained transfer
+ 154580 [Ara.T.Howard] you're code looks very interesting too though...
+ 154588 [jeff.darklig] ...
| 154623 [gavin refine] Er, I must have missed it...where is there a module in that
+ 154706 [netghost gma] Damnit, ruby is too much fun.  I was just thinking I was going to

^ how to read binary file with char 0x1A
154582 [sunh11373 ho] I tried to read a binary file with a char '0x1A' (EOF on window I guess).
+ 154585 [drbrain segm] File.open name, 'rb' do |fp|
| 154604 [ruby.brian g] That is one of the things that I did not understand for a long time,
+ 154586 [w_a_x_man ya] contents = open(filename, "rb") { |f| f.read }
| 154589 [tshiget1 gw.] see also: IO.binmode
+ 154618 [Ara.T.Howard] open(path, 'rb') do |f|

^ Friendly community petition - official IBM DB2 drivers for Ruby
154583 [andrew.stuar] This is a show of interest/community petition to IBM, requesting that IBM
155749 [andrew.townl] Just a thought:  wouldn't it be better to have the "real" DB2 drivers

^ interface Ruby with C on a 64 bit machine
154594 [vb.here gmai] I need to interface Ruby with C on a 64 bit machine? How can i do that.

^ implementing the "each" method for own classes
154598 [huber.philip] first of all, i'm new to ruby and this list.
+ 154599 [ruby.brian g] It is a bit hard to help you, if we don't know your classes. But lets
| 154601 [huber.philip] thanks a lot, works exactly as i wanted :)
| 154607 [bob.news gmx] - did you test this with an empty queue (I guess in that case @root will
| 154608 [huber.philip] actually i did test it with a queue filled with a few elements. as you
| 154609 [ruby.brian g] Sorry for posting something that untested. But as I look again you
| + 154611 [huber.philip] of course your right, my variant leaves out the first element.
| | 154613 [bob.news gmx] Don't ask.  There's a dark secret connected to this.  Noone ever lived to
| | 154653 [daryl brandy] Chaining is the reason.
| + 154612 [bob.news gmx] Just put "return self" or just "self" in the last line of your method
|   154614 [ruby.brian g] It is - I'm sorry, I'm task-switching in my mind too fast at the
+ 154610 [ruby.brian g] Just one more hint in case you didn't know it. You should do

^ [ANN] Nitro Flare 0.3.0
154602 [george.mosch] Flare is a Blog engine powered by Nitro and Og. The aim of

^ Re: FCKEditor and Rails Walk-through
154616 [tokmak gmail] Thanks for the article, i enjoyed it very much. Also FCKEditor is very cool!
154627 [josh.charles] Ok, I'll work on that this weekend.

^ [SUMMARY] Word Chains (#44)
154620 [james graypr] ...
+ 154660 [SimonKroeger] "Each word in the chain must be in the dictionary and every step along
| + 154668 [email55555 g] If I have the words directionary file first, and the final solution wish,
| + 154678 [james graypr] Certainly any specification is open to interpretation.  This time,
|   154705 [SimonKroeger] i was about to write a lengthy answer.... i will compress it to the
|   154712 [james graypr] To be clear, I used neither the word "dumb" nor the earlier implied
|   154726 [SimonKroeger] No, thats fine, thank you.
+ 154728 [jimfreeze gm] Nice write-up James.
| 154734 [james graypr] Thank you.
+ 154743 [gavin refine] ...
  154750 [james graypr] Sorry about that.  Word on the street is that James was cranky when

^ Re:
154622 [nakahiro sar] Add the following line to dump methods it has.

^ Code Kata Word List
154628 [josh.charles] The word list document that is used for some of the code kata's
154711 [nohmad gmail] If you use Unix like system, /usr/share/dict/words would be equivalent

^ Nano : Array#each_permutation
154630 [jeff.darklig] ...
154707 [transfire gm] Looks like you found a couple of bugs. I will fixed shortly. Thanks.

^ Email classes
154637 [tsuraan gmai] Has anyone written email parsing classes similar to those found in the
+ 154639 [brian le-roy] ditto - i was looking for something that would parse attachments from
+ 154640 [gfb tonesoft] Have you looked at RubyMail? http://rubyforge.org/projects/rubymail/
| 154641 [tsuraan gmai] That looks promising.  Thanks!
+ 154666 [usenet andre] TMail
  154722 [mikkel gmail] Tmail is quite good, although the docs are not really up to par...

^ palindrome finder
154642 [josh.charles] I've been working on this piece of code and it's starting to drive me
+ 154643 [calamitas ad] line.chomp!
| + 154644 [Daniel.Berge] IO.foreach("testdict.txt"){ |line|
| | + 154646 [calamitas ad] irb(main):001:0> "hello".downcase!.chomp!
| | + 154648 [james graypr] No, don't do that.  ;)  The "bang" methods return nil when they don't
| | | 154649 [Daniel.Berge] Oops, indeed.
| | + 154650 [discordantus] a="test\n"
| | + 154651 [Ara.T.Howard] irb(main):001:0> 'foobar'.downcase!
| | + 154652 [tanner.burso] ...
| |   154654 [Daniel.Berge] Yes, I've been corrected, 4 times now.  Thanks.
| |   154655 [Ara.T.Howard] don't worry - it's happened to us all... i didn't read the others first btw!
| + 154645 [josh.charles] gosh, I knew it had to be something stupid.  Thanks!
+ 154647 [james graypr] No worries, it's a simple mistake with an easy fix.
+ 154701 [neoneye gmai] palindrome = Regexp.new(<<'EOPALIN')
  + 154708 [josh.charles] Ok, I"m not even going to pretend to know how this code works exactly,
  + 154730 [chneukirchen] And what if I have a palindrome longer than eight chars?
    154746 [gavin refine] ...

^ Builder Question
154659 [keith oreill] Hey,
154664 [chneukirchen] Did you try  xml.xsl :variable, "name" => "cats"  ?
154675 [keith oreill] Ah, that works great. (How can I not have tried that...?)
154688 [chneukirchen] xml.xsl :stylesheet, "version" => "1.0" do
154692 [keith oreill] Hooray! You get 20pts for answering a quesiton while I was writing the

^ test--my apologies..
154662 [leoun14580 f] This is a test post---new news client.  Sorry for the intrusion.  -EP
154671 [Daniel.Berge] This is what groups like alt.test are for.
154674 [robby.lists ] Is there an alt.test.reply group?

^ [ADV] Yet Another Shameless Plug for RubyStuff
154663 [james_b neur] Overwhelmingly exciting new stuff at RubyStuff.com!
154665 [josh.charles] How about a ".NET" rehab?
154670 [gaston.garci] ...

^ Ruby and COM(ActiveX)
154667 [dandrew.thom] Does anyone know if there is a COM component for Ruby offering an
+ 154669 [wildwildwes ] ...
+ 154672 [stevetuckner] Its called Win32OLE and it is part of the standard windows distribution

^ Meta Information for Ruby -- Continuation of the discussion about testNG needing function attributes, etc.
154677 [jeff.darklig] I just came across this very interesting module today.  And I really
154753 [george.mosch] FYI,

^ Re: Word Chains (#44)
154686 [w_a_x_man ya] Added a line to your program that lets it accept -d.

^ [Off-Topic] Colleges in the US
154693 [daniel.schie] This has absolutely nothing to do with Ruby.
154699 [james_b neur] I've heard that, in many places, scholarships go unused because of

^ Ruby compilers (for DSP processors and alike)
154704 [bart.massche] A few weeks ago, sbdy talked to me about Ruby, and Rails, and how
+ 154710 [ptkwt aracne] ...
| 154887 [bart.massche] So what is such a DSL exactly then? In your case, it is a Ruby piece of
| 154934 [ptkwt aracne] ...
+ 154727 [mailinglists] First of all i'm not sure if i understand you correctly.
  154885 [bart.massche] Ok, let me explain a bit more what I am aiming for... I'll explain it
  154932 [ptkwt aracne] ...

^ Koto released - if you can install it :-)
154714 [mail iaindoo] if anyone has ever used Qt Designer to make a .ui file, you can open it

^ Ruby/Event Fix Released 0.4.1 for SCGI
154718 [zedshaw zeds] * lighttpd 1.4.3 didn't work with the documented lighttpd.conf configuration.  The documentation and examples are updated with a configuration that works and does not require the "empty dispatch.scgi trick".  Do not use 1.4.x versions before 1.4.3 as these will frequently segfault on CTRL-C in -D mode.
154719 [Neville.Burn] runner.
154736 [zedshaw zeds] scgi_rails start --help

^ Hamburg.rb in September
154721 [Stephan.Kaem] It's close to the Theatre "Neue Flora", the next S-Bahn station is

^ How to use helpers in layout ?
154723 [ mig 1984.cz] I'm trying to use any helper in a layout but it raises
154738 [james_b neur] James

^ float out of range
154724 [lovebyte2000] I am reading from a file a list of floating point numbers, some of
154725 [bob.news gmx] IMHO Float() should raise an exception in these cases; your program will
154729 [cameron.mcbr] Morning,

^ [QUIZ] MUD Client (#45)
154731 [james graypr] ...
154801 [zedshaw zeds] This is so bizarre, I've been working on a telnet emulator using Myriad for the last week so I can script some green screen applications at work.  Who'd have thought I could post a ruby quiz solution too. :-)
154808 [james graypr] Great.  We need some clients to go with all the cool MUDs posted to

^ rpc (not xml-rpc)
154732 [bouncer nowh] is rpc possible with ruby?
154739 [james_b neur] Have you looked at Drb?
154741 [bouncer nowh] the rpc is to a different (not ruby) piece of software/server (disk quota
+ 154742 [james_b neur] DCOM? CORBA?
+ 154832 [halostatue g] If the disk quota system implements Sun's RPC, you're not going to be

^ Ruby-specific performance heuristics?
154733 [hgs dmu.ac.u] I've been doing some stuff with CSV recently, having data in one
+ 154735 [bob.news gmx] Yes, definitely.
+ 154745 [Ara.T.Howard] - use class variables of some sort : never store in an object what should be
  + 154747 [bob.news gmx] <lots of good stuff deleted>
  | 154748 [Ara.T.Howard] irb(main):001:0> "foo bar".scan %r/ \b\w+ /x
  | + 154751 [bob.news gmx] ...
  | + 154761 [eric_mahurin] Regarding performance, just using any anchor won't necessarily
  + 154754 [mailing-list] That's an overstatement.  True, use anchors whenever possible, as they
  | 154763 [mailing-list] Well, what you said was that "performance degrades exponentially
  | 154766 [Ara.T.Howard] can i assume then, that yours is DFA?
  | 154772 [mailing-list] No, it's an NFA executed in parallel,
  + 154762 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Wow, lots of good stuff already.  I'm collecting these on the web
    + 154768 [hgs dmu.ac.u] I seem to be finding that using Struct::Thingy.new is slower than
    + 154771 [Ara.T.Howard] cool.
      154777 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Thank you.  I've still not tidied it up yet.

^ Suggestion for future quizzes  (was: Re: [SUMMARY] Word Chains (#44))
154737 [ruby ml.icem] Since the ruby quiz is about specific problems, not about the same kind of
154749 [james graypr] I really don't want to tell anyone how to write their code.  That

^ Rake: multiple prerequisites in rule?
154744 [maze strahlu] I am using Kwartz as a templating engine for my Rails project. Kwartz
+ 154769 [langstefan g] Rant allows you to give a block to create the prerequisite name(s)
| 154945 [maze strahlu] Thanks Stefan!
+ 154949 [niklas grin.] Not as elegant as using a rule perhaps, but you could write
| 154951 [maze strahlu] Thanks, that does it! So that means there will be one definition (in memory)
+ 155025 [jim weirichh] Rake 0.6.0 (just released) now supports multiple prerequisites in a rule.
  155044 [maze strahlu] rule '.rhtml' => ['.html', '.plogic'] do |t|

^ variables in regex
154756 [JCYoder gmai] Does anyone know how I can write a regular expression using a variable

^ variables in regex
154757 [JCYoder gmai] Does anyone know how I can write a regular expression using a variable
154758 [dblack wobbl] /.{1,#{variable}}/

^ Re: template library - specific needs
154764 [mikkel gmail] there are many template systems in ruby...
154765 [james graypr] ERb fails the very first requirement of what the other person was
154767 [ruby-talk le] erb is the accepted way to do this.
154770 [Ara.T.Howard] amrita supports all of this and also separates code from template - the

^ [ANN] MouseHole 1.1 -- rose-colored spectacles for the Web
154773 [ruby-talk wh] MouseHole 1.1 is out.  If you're unfamiliar with it, that's okay because
+ 154784 [james_b neur] Very slick.
| 154792 [james_b neur] But this
| 154805 [ruby-talk wh] Yeah, the first one had some missing DLLs.  Sawry!!
+ 154796 [ptkwt aracne] ...

^ Idiomatic conversion of yielding block to array
154775 [ruby_talk sh] So I have a function that generates like 300 lines of text and I want to
154776 [levin.alexan] require 'enumerator'
+ 154779 [SimonKroeger] You don't need the to_a but still zip will create 3 arrays.
| 154785 [SimonKroeger] s1 = ['this', 'is', 'a', 'test'].join("\n")
| + 154786 [levin.alexan] require 'generator'
| | 154788 [SimonKroeger] Yes, perfekt, that's what i was looking for (and implemented :) )
| | 154793 [lukfugl gmai] What's the second to last line for?
| | 154794 [SimonKroeger] str[fixnum] => fixnum or nil
| | 154798 [lukfugl gmai] Ah, sorry, I missed the fact that you were iterating over characters
| | 154800 [SimonKroeger] hmm, true .. on the other hand assert_equal throws an
| | 154804 [lukfugl gmai] Indeed, I forgot about that as well. Most my programming has been in
| + 154789 [lukfugl gmai] Good heavens, no! Neither of those are thread safe. Criminy!
|   + 154790 [lukfugl gmai] (Sorry, for those in non-tree-threading clients, that was in reply to
|   + 154791 [SimonKroeger] because zip converts each argument to an array, which isn't what you
|     154795 [lukfugl gmai] Ah, yes. I'd probably do it with SyncEnumerator rather than zip as
|     + 154797 [lukfugl gmai] Again, I need to proofread my posts better. That should read "Only if"
|     | 154799 [SimonKroeger] It is a _sized_ queue wich i initailized to be of size 1, so there is
|     | 154807 [lukfugl gmai] Yeah, I should have looked into that before my first post. Again, my
|     + 154803 [levin.alexan] ...
|       + 154806 [lukfugl gmai] Yeah, but that performance is probably linear (again, I'm shooting
|       + 154829 [SimonKroeger] ...
+ 154813 [w_a_x_man ya] class Array

^ Beginner: Options with YAML
154778 [lispamateur ] I already use YAML to handle persistance of a queue, e.g. - one big data
+ 154780 [james graypr] The first thought that pops into my head is to store these options in
| 155095 [lispamateur ] Well, by 'clumsy' I meant exactly something like
| 155112 [james graypr] login(SERVER, PORT, USER, PASS)
+ 154782 [langstefan g] Simply store the information in a hash in a yaml file.

^ Thread for scheduling
154787 [csjasnoch wi] I would like to be able to create a thread that uses a schedule
154802 [Ara.T.Howard] background commands in a way that does not block the calling thread.  so,

^ Ruby "Game" (Graphics & Sound) Frameworks
154809 [ruby_talk sh] What's the state of Ruby with regard to "game" frameworks, a la PyGame
+ 154810 [peter.thoman] I think the most usable framework is RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/)
+ 154812 [florgro gmai] Except for the 3D model this is all done by Ruby-Gosu in a very