213033-214478 subjects 213432-215030
how to include files in ruby webs?
213256 [edward@ta gu] What is the equivalent of
+ 213258 [logancapaldo] Check out the docs for require and load.
+ 213262 [canyonrat@ma] Well, I don't know php but 'require' is the equivalent of #include in
| 213269 [gavin.kistne] ...
+ 213279 [dapatil@ne d] You can use require or load.
how to get ruby to report errors on website
213259 [edward@ta gu] Is it possible to set up ruby on the web somehow so that it reports
213260 [eero.saynatk] You may want to consider posting all your questions in one
213270 [gavin.kistne] Although I've only used it on one project, ruby-web is a nice little framework (er, foundation) for building web apps on top of. One of the nice things is that you get quite nice error messages when something goes wrong.
continuing the next iteration
213261 [goofball@va ] What's the Ruby equivalent of "next" in Perl or "continue" in C?
+ 213264 [nospam@no it] You may or may not have heard this, but jumping to a label is frowned upon
| + 213267 [gavin.kistne] ...
| | 213273 [gavin.kistne] ...
| + 213286 [goofball@va ] There's nothing wrong with a structured jump without a label.
| + 213288 [goofball@va ] I wonder how much overhead there is associated with this
| | 213541 [david@va ln ] Amen. If you have extra data in the data set, I'd personally just first
| + 213294 [w_a_x_man@ya] def do_rows(grid, char)
| 213382 [goofball@va ] Yes, that's the way to do it. Columns are still an issue,
+ 213334 [phurley@gm i] Try catch/throw, although if you can rework your code into smaller
213335 [phurley@gm i] Sorry I did not read as closely as I should -- my example was just of
`ps -ax` gets cut off when run from cron
213276 [carl.lerche@] I have a simple ruby script that writes the content of `ps -ax` to a
+ 213289 [nospam@no it] Code? Remember that cron jobs run in a different environment, often with
+ 213290 [pbattley@gm ] Try `ps -axwww` instead.
213292 [carl.lerche@] Hey, that did it! Dumb of me not to check the man pages for ps...
Tibco Rendezvous binding help (esp. for Windows)
213277 [djberg96@gm ] There's been some interest in finishing up the TibcoRV bindings for
[CHALLENGE] better alias_method
213278 [ara.t.howard] i've been wanting a better alias_method for quite some time. essentially i'd
+ 213356 [logancapaldo] module Patchable
| + 213369 [ara.t.howard] heh. i think you may be hitting the same thing i was. here's some food for
| | 213376 [llasram@gm i] class A
| | 213380 [ara.t.howard] indeed. hadn't consider it that way.
| | 213384 [gavin.kistne] p RUBY_VERSION
| + 213386 [kbloom@gm il] [Code snipped. You'll have to look above if you want to know how the
| + 213391 [kbloom@gm il] caller knows a function only by the name you call it.
+ 213362 [kbloom@gm il] It would be nice to have this built in to the language -- a way to blur
+ 213367 [kbloom@gm il] One more unit test that this passes. (This one seems to go to the heart of
+ 213371 [ara.t.howard] the show stopper for me is the fact that define_method cannot define methods
+ 213416 [ mfp@ac .o g] It's been in 1.9 for quite a long time now.
+ 213660 [kbloom@gm il] Having established that 1.9 has this feature, my #override method (and
Sun hires JRuby developers.
213282 [ola.bini@ki ] Sun hires JRuby developers Charles O Nutter and Thomas Enebo with a
+ 213287 [farrel.lifso] I wonder if Sun plans to push Ruby on the JVM now that IronPython 1.0
| 213299 [headius@he d] For what it's worth, Sun's HR crew isn't any faster than any other HR
| 213331 [richard.conr] I think they are just hedging their bets. Sun have always been about keeping
+ 213341 [james@gr yp ] Congratulations Charles and Thomas!
+ 213346 [logancapaldo] +1
+ 213365 [headius@he d] And it's worth saying that everyone I've spoken with about Ruby,
+ 213558 [rick.denatal] Well Charles, we're pulling for you. It's not the first time that Sun
| 213630 [headius@he d] I like to think that open source may be the missing part of the
| 213632 [rdm@cf l. om] I've been following Sun's activities for years. It's been
+ 213792 [banshee@ba s] So I have to ask - is JRuby a good thing for the Ruby community, as opposed
+ 213795 [kbloom@gm il] These are old issues about Java performance. The Java VM has driven a lot
+ 213796 [rdm@cf l. om] There are a large number of interesting (IMHO) frameworks that
+ 213807 [shortcutter@] I fully agree to what Ken and Rich have said. Some more comments below.
+ 213824 [david@va ln ] Very few things are. If it gets support and ends up being Done Right -
+ 213856 [coder68@ya o] David, that whole response was simply fantastic and hit the nail on the
+ 213861 [pbattley@gm ] On a related topic, I'd be content if the java executable could
+ 213865 [snail@ob me ] <email@example.com> writes
[Fwd: Sun to Support Ruby]
213285 [shortcutter@] FYI
trac like application in Ruby available?
213291 [just-for-new] I wonder if something similiar to tracs is available using Ruby?
213293 [dbalmain.ml@] Check out http://collaboa.org/. I'm not sure if it's still being
213295 [just-for-new] Well the last post is now over 200 days ago, unlikely that one can
213301 [samuel.kvarn] The development of Collaboa has been dormant for a while, but Jason
213308 [just-for-new] Well I checked the logs shortly after my message and yes it is activly
mysql-ruby module errors
213296 [merrua@ya oo] Im trying to install mysql-ruby on windows 2000.
213374 [merrua@ya oo] I also should mention a window pops up after running the command
222792 [eliemedeiros] You probably figured this out by now, but for those that are having the
223268 [merrua@ya oo] My fix was reinstalling a few times till I got everything working.
[ANN] Rubilicious 0.2.0 (The "about freakin time" Release)
213300 [pabs@pa lo r] Rubilicious 0.2.0 is out in the wild. Rubilicious is a native Ruby
irb problem with swiss german keyboard layout on windows xp
213302 [maurice.faeh] I can't use string interpolation in irb,
Re: new genetic programming system for ruby
213303 [wccrawford@g] They're keeping the meeting logs at http://rosl.iandb.net/ for those
213304 [wccrawford@g] Oh... If you go to http://drp.rubyforge.org/rdoc/index.html and click
213305 [wccrawford@g] Sorry, third post in a row, hating myself...
213383 [polypus@ya o] about the slides, did i understand right? theo did simon give them to
[ANN] Wirble 0.1.1: Irb Enhancements for the Masses
213306 [pabs@pa lo r] I just released version 0.1.1 of Wirble. Wirble is a small collection
+ 213310 [benjohn@fy h] That looks great! :) A feature request: Could you syntax highlight the
| 213396 [pabs@pa lo r] I looked into highlighting the input in Irb, too. It's a lot more work,
| 213484 [hal9000@hy e] You can use the lexer built into irb. I forget how it's
| 213494 [logancapaldo] You certainly can steal irb's lexer. Here's an example from some code
+ 213342 [johnwilger@g] FYI, the gem file doesn't seem to exist. I tried both the URL abave
| + 213348 [fred@la av .] Nice little tool, BTW... ;)
| | 213399 [pabs@pa lo r] [snipped]
| + 213351 [nolivier@al ] ...
| + 213377 [pabs@pa lo r] That's what I get for doing a release at 4am :).
| 213389 [ben@bl yt in] I think you mean...
+ 213490 [fugalh@xm ss] Nice! I think you should do auto indent too.
213493 [tdjordan@gm ] ruby 1.8.4 (2006-04-14) [i386-mswin32]
[OT] St. Paul, MN next week
213309 [shortcutter@] are there still some Ruby activists in Twin Cities? All info I found on
213354 [nicksieger@g] ...
OT: Windows equivalent of -ps
213311 [sambient@gm ] Sorry, but googling doesn't seem to be leading me anywhere. I have a
+ 213313 [jan.svitok@g] most probably pslist from sysinternals.com (NB: it's worth looking at
+ 213314 [oeaniz@gm il] I always liked PsTools from sysinternals. I don't know the exact
+ 213315 [nospam@no it] There isn't one. Have you considered installing Linux? Commands like "ps"
| 213317 [sambient@gm ] I've considered it but not feasible right now.
+ 213328 [djberg96@gm ] See sys-proctable, available on the RAA, which serves as a
+ 213349 [znmeb@ce ma ] I've seen some of the responses to this post, and I'm really curious.
| 213361 [sambient@gm ] Well off the top of my head right now -
| + 213387 [kenosis@gm i] I don't have my win pc at hand but you can try CygWin - its a pretty
| + 213502 [znmeb@ce ma ] I don't have that one handy, but I'll look it up
+ 213408 [james.britt@] If you are on WinXP (maybe also Win2k), try tasklist
Matrix modifying and coercion question?
213312 [efuzzyone@ne] I was wondering why Ruby Matrix class doesn't creates objects which are
213704 [efuzzyone@ne] I know it is bad posting on one's own email, but I didn't get any answer. I
213316 [shugo@ru y- ] Services except mailinglists will be down for a server maintenance on
[ANN] call_stack 0.1.0: ruby-breakpoint/breakpointer working in 1.8.5, backtraces
213319 [ mfp@ac .o g] Source code and additional information at
Re: Wirble 0.1.1: Irb Enhancements for the Masses
213324 [wccrawford@g] Like, in real time, like an IDE? That'd be awesome.
213388 [wccrawford@g] Hmm... Maybe it's not just the 4am thing ;) Maybe you have a mental
213398 [pabs@pa lo r] I pretty much just have a mental block. I don't think it's constrained
Non blocking keypress reading?
213325 [sardaukary@y] On Windows XP is there a way to test that a certain key has been pressed
+ 213326 [wccrawford@g] From my quick search, I didn't find a way. Maybe this will help though?
+ 213330 [jan.svitok@g] search the archive for kbhit
+ 213817 [m.fellinger@] require 'timeout'
Re : [ANN] Wirble 0.1.1: Irb Enhancements for the Masses
213327 [etorreborre@] ...
+ 213370 [efuzzyone@ne] I don't have rubilicious
| + 213385 [pabs@pa lo r] Now that is bug is both hilarious and stupid.
| + 213417 [pabs@pa lo r] I've fixed this bug and packaged up an 0.1.2.
| + 213483 [gthiesfeld@g] I got colors to work on my XP box by installing win32_console.
| | 213491 [tdjordan@gm ] or even better
| + 213523 [benjohn@fy h] Am I doing this wrong? ...
+ 213415 [pabs@pa lo r] Any problems on Windows are a direct result of sloth and incompetence on
Re: Re : Wirble 0.1.1: Irb Enhancements for the Masses
213333 [wccrawford@g] Those are ANSI codes. You'll need to use a console that deals with
213411 [pabs@pa lo r] iscellaneous/CommandInterpreterAnsiSupport.html
213431 [gavin.kistne] FWIW, that page doesn't explicitly mention that while command.com
Problem with chronic
213337 [evilgeenius@] I've followed the install instructions perfectly. I can only require
213394 [tom@he me st] There is a bug with the loading code that seems to pop up on Linux
213338 [evilgeenius@] I've followed the install instructions perfectly. I can only require
Puzzling bug with yielded array
213339 [asbradbury@t] I have a Node class, children are stored in a hash with the node's name as the
+ 213345 [wccrawford@g] I can't find anything about the 'each_level' method, so I'm guessing
| + 213347 [wccrawford@g] Wow, totally missed that each_level was yours. -sigh- I really need to
| + 213350 [asbradbury@t] Thanks for taking a look. I'm the author of Ariel and I'm working on the next
+ 213352 [ara.t.howard] def yields_shared_then_munged_list
| 213360 [asbradbury@t] I really appreciate your detailed reply, the problem is very clear now and
| 213456 [rick.denatal] Tree traversal usually lends itself well to a recursive
| 213477 [eero.saynatk] That is a semi-depth-first traversal, though. Apparently
| 213532 [asbradbury@t] Indeed, I am implementing a breadth-first or level-by-level traversal. I don't
| 213708 [rick.denatal] def each_level(include_self=false, levels=[], depth=0)
+ 213353 [michael.ulm@] results << level.dup
8 Ruby on Rails contract positions in VA
213344 [Djakmassaro@] Please send resumes to Daniel_Massaro@oxfordcorp.com
Problems with extensions, RHEL4, $LOAD_PATH
213355 [Daniel.Berge] Ruby 1.8.5
213357 [ara.t.howard] which -a irb
213358 [Daniel.Berge] /usr/local/bin/irb
213359 [ara.t.howard] oh well. i was hoping you were picking up an old one ;-)
213393 [Daniel.Berge] GAH! Stupid sudo umask settings!
Mrelation does not exist
213366 [wcarpin@au o] Okay I originally posted the following in the rails forum, which was the
+ 213403 [wcarpin@au o] I should also note that it's a Postgres-based database that I'm
+ 213413 [wccrawford@g] And of course, the table 'sql_languages' DOES exist, right?
213436 [wcarpin@au o] Yes, the table 'sql_languages' does exist. You don't have to try to be
213437 [wccrawford@g] I'm not being a smart aleck about it. You'd be amazed how often it's
213442 [wcarpin@au o] Oh, okay. Sorry about that, i misjudged your tone!
213449 [wccrawford@g] Hm, yeah, that's not very helpful. It doesn't seem to provide a way to
Re: what is the best non-rails web/ruby development environm
213368 [coder68@ya o] I believe that you may be interested in http://www.nitroproject.org/
213564 [james.britt@] Also look for IOWA and Cerise.
Re: [ruby.mn] Re: [OT] St. Paul, MN next week
213372 [headius@he d] Ahh too bad I'm going to be out of town, I'd love to meet up at the
213427 [shortcutter@] I can't seem to get to ruby.mn...
BEST alias_method Re: [CHALLENGE] better alias_method
213375 [jason@ad pt ] The best alias_method methods would be one that didn't exist.
213379 [ara.t.howard] the primary reason to use aliases is not to simply have another handle on
+ 213392 [kbloom@gm il] The solution to this problem will actually let alias_method fall into
| 213577 [rick.denatal] But the point is that although you can 'hide' alias_method behind a
+ 213574 [rick.denatal] Here's a sketch which generalizes this a little and adds a module
Re: using rcov in already running program - undocumented stuff
213397 [skurapat@uc ] I can't find Rcov::CodeCoverageAnalyzer#dump_coverage_info,
213669 [ mfp@ac .o g] Yes, I originally didn't want them to be used externally because I didn't want
Rake: Looking for shortcut to file targets list from within a rakefile
213400 [mikshir@gm i] I have several projects that are growing and I'm using rake to manage
ERRORLEVEL not set correctly on exception
213402 [brian.kejser] If I run the following code, then the DOS ERRORLEVEL is set to 1 as expected.
213689 [nobu@ru y- a] Nobu Nakada
RMagick .psd to .jpg cannot load in browsers
213406 [icvu.mba@gm ] I have been working on a project that requires me to convert images
213440 [mike@ru yw z] It's a good indication that either HTML headers are not set up
state machine in ruby
213410 [snacktime@gm] So I'm refactoring a very ugly piece of client code that needs to
+ 213426 [shortcutter@] It seems you have answered it in the subject already, don't you? One other
+ 213429 [garbagecat10] For clues to a possible approach, look at the HTTP client implementation
| 213445 [snacktime@gm] Some quick examples of what I'm dealing with. There are about 10error scenarios in all, this is just a couple.
| + 213448 [ara.t.howard] sorry not to include orig message - the text was totally fubar and hosed my
| | + 213453 [garbagecat10] Reading this, I kept trying to figure out how this is different from
| | | + 213457 [ara.t.howard] reprocessing 30 satellite years of data from a tape archive... there are
| | | + 213465 [snacktime@gm] Ya I hesitated to post that as it was pretty hard to read. You can
| | + 213557 [garbagecat10] ...
| | 213560 [ara.t.howard] yes. it's state machine __system__: the machine and the system to process it
| | + 213562 [garbagecat10] ...
| | | 213623 [ara.t.howard] k. go easy on me. it's version 0.0.0 ;-)
| | + 213565 [sean.ohalpin] Possibly Advanced Message Queuing Protocol - see
| + 213544 [garbagecat10] ...
| 213629 [snacktime@gm] The difficult part is the error correction, at least for me not having
+ 213441 [vidar@ed ei ] A state machine is fundamentally a set of states with associated
+ 213528 [martindemell] Give smc.sourceforge.net a look
+ 213753 [john.carter@] First off I would just like to note a small mathematical congruence....
+ 213758 [garbagecat10] Eliminating threads is part of the point here. They make certain
+ 213785 [nospam@no it] Let me add my 2c. Every program is a state machine. The difference between
213945 [john.carter@] Correct.
213973 [garbagecat10] Been there, done that. It's a well-studied (and often very effective)
wxruby + scripts -> single executable ??
213412 [sja@wo ld st] Is there some way to bundle wxruby and associated application scripts
213418 [vjoel@pa h. ] Have you tried rubyscript2exe?
Re: better alias_method
213414 [transfire@gm] Not at all becasue inclusion adds to the inheritance chain, it doesn't
+ 213447 [kbloom@gm il] see http://www.erikveen.dds.nl/monitorfunctions/index.html#implementation
| 213467 [transfire@gm] All of these can be found in Facets (facets.rubyforge.org) except Matz'
+ 213460 [sylvain.joye] I don't see how you write "recursive methods which call super".
213463 [transfire@gm] Like is Haskell you'd have to explictily state it's recursive. So for
+ 213464 [evanwebb@gm ] I encountered this same problem a while ago and also began to come up
+ 213481 [logancapaldo] I'm pretty sure this would be impossible (also you are thinking of
Re: [CHALLENGE] better alias_method (a solution too!)
213420 [ara.t.howard] i thought so. still, i'm unclear whether or not it'll make the task any
safe domain specific language implementation
213421 [jfmiller28@y] Greeting All,
Test and exceptions
213423 [brian.kejser] In the file testcase.rb that is part of the Test module why are only the
213439 [jan.svitok@g] This was discussed on ruby-core, topic "test/unit doesn't rescue a
Ruby on Windows.
213424 [hsavr@ya oo ] 1. When I double-click on a file with .rb extention a DOS-like window
+ 213428 [jfmiller28@y] 'puts "Hello"'
+ 213433 [sander.land@] You need to open a command prompt and run it from there. Try
+ 213434 [cory.chambli] @echo off
| 213475 [ryan@NO PA e] Hey, that's a good idea. I didn't ask the question, but thanks!
+ 213435 [jan.svitok@g] Start your program from the shell (cmd/DOS window). Then the window
+ 213438 [mental@gm il] In explorer, if you go to folder options, and click advanced for the