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Adobe SVG Viewer for Linux
27043 [tobiasreif@p] I'm pleased to announce that beta releases of Adobe? SVG Viewer 3.0
27053 [armin@ap ro ] Wow. Indeed good news.
27045 [szegedy@or u] I am trying to write a Ruby extension in an very complex
27046 [szegedy@or u] Is there some simple way to remove methods of a class from the
27047 [decoux@mo lo] It depend what you want to do, you have
27051 [szegedy@or u] Thank you for your fast and informative answer!
27052 [decoux@mo lo] yes,
27072 [nobu.nokada@] And then you must ensure the class is finalized before unload,
27087 [szegedy@or u] Thank you both, for the answers!
27054 [peter@se an ] Im trying to write my own each method for a 'sort of' range class that
+ 27055 [decoux@mo lo] Write it
+ 27056 [feldt@ce ch ] "Blocks and Iterators" a bit down on the page
+ 27057 [dblack@ca dl] Your each method has to yield values as it iterates.
27060 [peter@se an ] Thanks to all who replied, like all ruby it was alot simpler than I
+ 27064 [dblack@ca dl] And if you want to be even more concise while still (in my opinion :-)
| 27065 [dblack@ca dl] def each
| + 27067 [feldt@ce ch ] Better watch that black hole down in the low, right corner... :-)
| + 27073 [cboos@bc -t ] I experienced the same weird behavior. What editor are you using? :)
| + 27091 [1007572597.6] What is going on with this code? I can't figure it out.
| | + 27094 [decoux@mo lo] @pointer + 1 .. @end is a Range object
| | + 27095 [dblack@ca dl] Whoops, I guess I crossed the line :-)
| | + 27096 [decoux@mo lo] No, not really
| | + 27097 [dblack@ca dl] Never mind. Ignore. Wrong.
| + 27100 [1007575275.8] irb(main):001:0> def each()
| 27101 [decoux@mo lo] No, the the number of arguments used in the block (|i| -vs- |a,b|) change
| 27102 [1007576454.0] Yes, thanks. As David said, "puts" is a bad way to print out test
+ 27068 [mike@st k. o] Be careful that the use of an instance variable means that you may be
27071 [peter@se an ] Fortunately for this class I have a very specific use in mind and I can
27061 [ohgr81@ea th] Design Pattern CD
27066 [Dave@Pr gm t] came with Ruby, but not just as a standalone application.
+ 27069 [STUCKNER@MU ] The only barrier to doing this is the will to do it. I for one am all for it
| + 27075 [ jimm@io co ] I recently busted my second Pilot, and am back with my Newton.
| + 27076 [erik@ba fo s] X actually runs very good on a device like this. No need for
| 27077 [jim@fr ez .o] Has anyone checked netbsd as a potential OS?
| 27098 [erik@ba fo s] On http://www.handhelds.org/email_lists.html there is a list for netbsd
+ 27079 [rich@in oe h] Do it Dude!
| + 27084 [hal9000@hy e] I'm with Dave, Rich, Steve, et al.
| | + 27085 [Dave@Pr gm t] I really wasn't envisaging writing all this from scratch. Can we work
| | + 27086 [jim@fr ez .o] I'm in.
| | + 27090 [tobiasreif@p] Count me in on the latter; (the former still could cause problems ;) )
| | + 27132 [kentda@st d.] .... which is what I want to do in my modified FLTK Editor done in Ruby
| | + 27164 [ s@xs .d ] suppose your code is in the middle of the file.
| | 27186 [tobiasreif@p] ermm... that could be settable in preferences, along with other
| | + 27212 [ s@xs .d ] which makes it hard to use.
| | | + 27213 [mchahn@fa el] Doesn't a binding contain all the context you need to execute a code
| | | | 27214 [ s@xs .d ] "all the context" is very stretchy. does a binding contain exactly the
| | | + 27263 [vjoel@PA H. ] That would be harder in Ruby than in Forth. Definitions in Forth are
| | + 27264 [vjoel@PA H. ] Nedit does, at least on unix/linux. I haven't used the Windows version,
| + 27088 [james@ru yx ] The key may be ease of installation and transparency for the average user.
| 27092 [Dave@Pr gm t] Folks - I'm talking about approaching Sharp, or Trolltech, or someone
| + 27099 [erik@ba fo s] Make sure you talk to the handhelds.org-people also. The familiar
| + 27106 [james@ru yx ] One approach is to show Sharp, et al, a mock-up or emulator that behaves as if Ruby were the de facto scripting language.
| | 27108 [armin@ap ro ] I don't think this is easy & they could be afraid that competitors start using
| + 27113 [ptkwt@sh ll ] 1) They're a Japanese company. Ruby originated in Japan and is popular
| | + 27147 [matz@ru y- a] Even though Sharp is a Japanese company, Linux based PDA is released
| | + 27160 [jason@ha lu ] Thought I'd jump in here real quick... I have a developer version of
| | 27189 [tobiasreif@p] IMHO, a site which sells various PDAs (cheap to neat, Linux(to
| + 27125 [hal9000@hy e] OK, that's still something I'd theoretically support.
+ 27121 [ralph.mason@] Why just stop at scripting, a whole Ruby OS is what we really need. That
+ 27148 [matz@ru y- a] The "MorphyONE" open hardware project, which target is HP 200LX type
Ruby & MS-SQL7
27078 [armin@ap ro ] Does anybody have any experience using Ruby & MS-SQL7.
27137 [neumann@s- i] In Ruby/DBI 0.0.4 there was a Sybase (FreeTDS - works with MS-SQL) driver for
27140 [armin@ap ro ] I'll try with ODBC. Thanks,
27361 [dthompson@ch] Are you connecting from Linux or Windows. I know a reliable way to get
27382 [mchahn@fa el] I used DBI and ODBC with Ruby to MSSQL7 in a project and it worked just
Kernel::system() not working
27089 [rcalco@co te] cmd = "C:\\Program Files\\Some Company\\Some Program\\Prog.exe"
O'Reilly: An Interview with the Creator of Ruby
27093 [ruby@ja es r] Apologies if this was posted already.
27105 [k.mckinlay@b] Oh no, not Yet Another Unit Tester.
FW: Kernel::system() not working
27107 [rcalco@co te] Anybody have any idea? This is a showstopper for me, simple as it seems. I
+ 27111 [ptkwt@sh ll ] I'm not sure why the difference between yesterday and today (but you are
| 27118 [rcalco@co te] cmd "C:\PRogram Files\Some Company\Some Product\Prog.exe"
| + 27120 [usa@os .a t.] First of all, calm youself :-)
| | 27126 [rcalco@co te] # First of all, calm youself :-)
| + 27145 [ptkwt@sh ll ] Perhaps you need the full path to cmd.exe?
+ 27135 [tobiasreif@p] I had some problem with Ruby on Win; reinstalled (and updated) Ruby
Hungarian introductionary article to Ruby.
27112 [szegedy@or u] I have seen several reports on this list on appeareances of
Looking for x-platform path builder
27116 [jim@fr ez .o] Is there a standardized way to build file pathnames
27119 [1007582508.5] See the File class, in particular File#join, File#split,
27131 [ljohnson@re ] As Jim probably already knows, File.join alone doesn't cut it on DOS/Windows
Ruby & SVG (Curl might be first)
27117 [tobiasreif@p] There is discussion going on in the Curlbreaker list regarding SVG
Surely someone can help me...
27124 [icculus@gm s] I am trying, with no luck, to get the tk library to work.
+ 27155 [schneiker@ju] Only a couple of meta-suggestions.
+ 27166 [csawtell@pa ] How did you install tcl/tk and was it complete with the extentions?
Executing external programs
27129 [michelemdl@l] I need to execute an external program from a ruby script.
27130 [michelemdl@l] check
27133 [michelemdl@l] I need to exec an external programm from a ruby script.
+ 27161 [michelemdl@l] If someone had already answered to me, please can you re send you answer
| 27165 [tsyk@yk ri .] I think you should check an environment variable 'COMSPEC'.
+ 27162 [michelemdl@l] If someone had already answered to me, please can you re send you answer
27187 [list@ch om t] Ciao,
+ 27188 [decoux@mo lo] There is also http://ruby-talk.com/
| 27199 [michelemdl@l] Thanks to all.
| 27260 [niko.schwarz] [a message without references]
+ 27217 [list@ch om t] Sorry guys, this was meant to go offlist.
ANN: REXML 1.1a6
27136 [ser@ge ma e-] Howdy, howdy, howdy.
27138 [gnuvince@ya ] how can I trap signals in Ruby like Ctrl-C, Ctrl-Z and do something else
27142 [Dave@Pr gm t] Would you believe 'trap'?
GridFlow/Video4jmax in Ruby
27141 [matju@sy pa ] I've written software called GridFlow (formerly Video4jmax), which is a
27143 [loriend@bi p] IMHO Ruby is a far better platform for doing this kind of stuff than JMax. I
+ 27144 [mchahn@fa el] How do you do this? I thought the ruby thread with fltk had to be sitting
| 27146 [loriend@bi p] allow you to have a block of ruby code executed from within Fltk::run
| 27150 [mchahn@fa el] By ruby-c I assume you mean an extension of ruby written in C. So the Ruby
| 27184 [loriend@bi p] In a way, but more I've extended ruby to do midi, and have developed
+ 27471 [matju@sy pa ] I think jMax is not developed enough in the direction of large projects.
27495 [loriend@bi p] I agree. I've used Max on the Mac, the IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation
+ 27595 [BMahadevan@N] ...
+ 28107 [matju@sy pa ] Well, inheritance is not even on my wishlist yet because templates still
Re: REXML 1.1a6
27151 [mikkelj-anti] I know there has been a long thread of this - so I kind of lost the
+ 27190 [tobiasreif@p] parser, manipulation API (mainly tree based), writer.
| 27309 [ jimm@io co ] Making NQXML 100% comformant is not a burning desire of mine. NQXML started
+ 27313 [james@ru yx ] If you go to www.rubyxml.com, the left side of the index page lists the
Matz's interview about Ruby ( and its on /. )
27152 [rich@in oe h] -Rich
ruby -pi expand to
27154 [z4k4ri4@bi f] What ruby -pi expand to?
27179 [decoux@mo lo] To nothing.
27437 [zak_mail@ya ] if perl -p -i.orig -e "s/foo/bar/"
27438 [decoux@mo lo] Same than
IOWA and Apache-2.0.28?
27156 [josb@cn ds .] Has anybody gotten IOWA 0.14 to work with Apache-2.0.28? Or should I just
27167 [julian@be a4] No, we haven't attempted porting mod_iowa to apache2 yet though I
27218 [josb@cn ds .] Thanks for the reply Julian, I have switched back to 1.3.22 for now and the
27224 [julian@be a4] I had that problem myself and had it corrected in CVS. I just put up a
27226 [josb@cn ds .] Great, I'll go play with that. The changes are very minor indeed.
27252 [julian@be a4] Unfortunately it's often not in people's paths either... in my case it
Bug fix for ruby-mode.el
27159 [1007619975.5] ...
28400 [matz@ru y- a] Sorry for being late.
28996 [kamphausen@n] I was just working on adding a function (ruby-current-defun) to the
29028 [1009233839.2] That'd be great. I miss beginning-of-function and end-of-function
29076 [matz@ru y- a] I will merge this one.
Statically linked extensions and deferred initialization.
27163 [kentda@st d.] As I understand extinit.c, all statically linked extensions are
27711 [matz@ru y- a] Interesting.
27840 [kentda@st d.] That's my cue! *hacks away some more*
27932 [kentda@st d.] .... and today it crashes like mad ...
27935 [decoux@mo lo] Well I've quickly look at your patch.
27942 [kentda@st d.] Thank you! Works better now.
27943 [decoux@mo lo] yes,
27944 [kentda@st d.] Well, this might be something I've done wrong on my setup, or perhaps
27945 [decoux@mo lo] No, no it was ruby-1.6.5
27947 [kentda@st d.] Wierd. But this still happens with the unmodified 1.6.5 for me.
27948 [decoux@mo lo] Try
27949 [kentda@st d.] Excuse the brain-fart smell, I'm off to thump my head into my desk a few
which editor is adviceful?
27168 [niko.schwarz] I know this always is the standard question for every language, but for
+ 27170 [info@mj is d] you could use gvim, which is a graphical version of vim
| + 27171 [michelemdl@l] I personally use Emacs as an editor for all.
| | 27175 [niko.schwarz] oh, really?
| | + 27176 [michelemdl@l] Maybe you did't received my e-mail correctly.
| | | 27177 [niko.schwarz] once i was tought a lil italian, it used to sound better *g*
| | | 27244 [huber@al m. ] The problem is his newsreader is configured to base64 encode his
| | | + 27259 [niko.schwarz] I wouldn't want to believe this is the only problem. A part of his headers
| | | | 27353 [huber@al m. ] This sounds like a bug in KNode...
| | | + 27261 [niko.schwarz] I wouldn't want to believe this is the only problem. A part of his headers
| | + 27210 [ rik@kd .o g] #if Niko Schwarz
| | 27222 [schneiker@ju] MS Outlook Express 5 shows the mess above. For better or worse (hmm, pretty
| + 27172 [niko.schwarz] gep, thats what im gonna do..
| + 27174 [niko.schwarz] looks interesting, do you know how to run the ruby from inside gvim?
| + 27178 [ s@xs .d ] s.
| + 27182 [neumann@s- i] Do you think of running Ruby source code you edit or how to extend vim
| 27221 [ rik@kd .o g] #if Michael Neumann
+ 27201 [mips@cy er p] for
| 27202 [gnuvince@ya ] You could always use gvim. Vim is liked a lot (IMO) because of the two
| 27203 [niko.schwarz] yea, it looks neat =)
| 27206 [gnuvince@ya ] OK. So, to select code, you can use visual mode (v) or line visual mode
| + 27209 [neumann@s- i] I think using = on a block is even better.
| + 29003 [jim@fr ez .o] How do you control the amount a single indent is?
| 29044 [neumann@s- i] set shiftwidth=2
+ 27219 [schneiker@ju] Use the FAQ Luke!
+ 27231 [mikkelj-anti] Why is it noone mentions the cross platform Scintilla based Scite editor?
27236 [baasad@qu li] I just tried scite, its pretty descent but I miss vim already ;)
Multithreading and cgi.rb
27169 [harryo@zi wo] I've written a small multi-threaded message board server.
+ 27180 [decoux@mo lo] Well, I know nothing about cgi (protocol not library) but I think that it
+ 27181 [neumann@s- i] Do you want multiple connections, i.e. handling multiple requests within
| 27216 [harryo@zi wo] As I discovered as soon as I tried to use it :-).
+ 27420 [nobu.nokada@] You can make new CGI subclass and override methods; env_table,
27173 [michelemdl@l] Under Linux I do somenthing like that to call an external program from
27191 [mentifex@sc ] The road to supercomputer AI is paved with good inventions; visit
+ 27192 [phlip_cpp@ya] Is flaming your own project supposed to make you not a sock puppet?
| 27200 [tobiasreif@p] Where's the flame?
| 27204 [phlip_cpp@ya] Mr. Manners reminds the Gentle Phlip not to flame someone for flaming
| + 27205 [tobiasreif@p] So you know more about manners better than me.
| | 27247 [phlip_cpp@ya] I believe I was admonishing myself as you advised me to.
| + 27254 [alwagner@tc ] It's a pun. It's supposed to be funny.
+ 27196 [Dave@Pr gm t] etc...
+ 27198 [tobiasreif@p] I don't get it; what's wrong with the post?
+ 27207 [matju@sy pa ] Dave, it's not ? priori a silly project. I mean, it doesn't look
| 27208 [tobiasreif@p] IMHO, it doesn't @ all qualify as spam. One message, on-topic, nothing
| + 27211 [mchahn@fa el] Tho me this falls under the category of a victemless crime (stretching the
| + 27227 [james@ru yx ] I agree. Let's hunt down and belittle all those without humor and respect.
| + 27229 [mikkelj-anti] Wait - just because a few people don't agree with your view?
| + 27235 [hal9000@hy e] OK, this is just my opinion, and it is based on hearsay.
| + 27237 [matju@sy pa ] You think I was referring to his mail because I said spam. But I was
| 27238 [hal9000@hy e] <email@example.com>; MikkelFJ <firstname.lastname@example.org>
+ 27215 [schneiker@ju] These seem to questions of moderator criteria, which in turn depend on (in
| 27256 [curt@hi bs c] no
| 27270 [tobiasreif@p] No; I just won't have the time for a while. :(
| 27272 [kentda@st d.] I second that.
| 27273 [feldt@ce ch ] Is there a way to remove obsolete projects? If not can someone add it or
| 27276 [matz@ru y- a] It's not automated. Ask me.
| + 27285 [james@ru yx ] On a related tangent: can RAA entries be listed in more than one section, or
| + 27286 [schneiker@ju] Well, in order to resolve the original issue one way or another, on behalf
| 27289 [Dave@Pr gm t] Seconded.
+ 27230 [mikkelj-anti] I'd generally like to see some cleanup. Last time I looked the same topics
Ruby on PDAs (was 'Musing')
27194 [tobiasreif@p] This looks very interesting :)