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Sorting Titles in Ruby
284633 [rick.denatal] Before I start writing this, I thought I'd see if something already
+ 284636 [wieczo.yo@go] You can use the Linguistics
| 284837 [MonkeeSage@g] On Dec 24, 12:01 pm, Thomas Wieczorek <wieczo...@googlemail.com>
| 284838 [MonkeeSage@g] Err...that's silly. I meant...
| 284841 [MonkeeSage@g] What the heck...again...I meant this...
+ 284957 [martindemell] martin
284997 [rick.denatal] I think that capitalizing a title "properly," whatever that means, is
upper arrow key is not worked in irb. is it bug?
284638 [bad_good_lio] i manually download ruby-1.8.6.tar.gz
284641 [vjoel@pa h. ] Do you have the readline and readline-devel packages installed? If you
284652 [bad_good_lio] thank you Joel VanderWerf ..now irb working well .but
284653 [bad_good_lio] i tried to install 'stringio' and some related package
+ 284655 [bad_good_lio] actually when i install
+ 284656 [ryand-ruby@z] this is _precisely_ why I won't use ubuntu for ruby development.
284657 [vjoel@pa h. ] There's no need to reference unspeakable acts with middle-eastern
C++ Functors and Ruby extensions
284644 [jameskilton@] ...
+ 284698 [AEtzold@gm .] Dear Jason,
| 284740 [jameskilton@] ...
+ 284790 [GGarramuno@a] Your assumption is correct. You can't do it. The functor needs to
284907 [jameskilton@] ...
+ 284975 [shortcutter@] I'm not too familiar with Boost. So could you quickly summarize what
| 284996 [jameskilton@] ...
| + 285013 [pbrannan@at ] extern "C"
| + 285090 [shortcutter@] Thanks for taking the time to explain! I was not aware that something
+ 285009 [pbrannan@at ] Your code doesn't use dynamically-generated function pointers; it uses
REXML/Amrita2 closing tag
284650 [vasyl.smirno] I've noticed that Amrita2 (which uses REXML), automagically compresses
284658 [phrogz@ma .c] ...
284659 [vasyl.smirno] It's sad. REXML looks like an almost abandoned project.
284680 [m.fellinger@] Not perfect, but it fixes your problem (ruby ftw :)
284707 [vasyl.smirno] Thanks a lot, Michael!
Trouble with Readline and Building Ruby 1.9
284651 [james.herdma] I'm having a little trouble building Ruby 1.9. I'm building on
+ 284674 [gmurray@cl u] grep for the functions showed they were declared in /usr/include/
+ 284689 [han.kessels@] ast
284813 [yudi.xue@gm ] ...
284840 [han.kessels@] www.weblogs.uhi.ac.uk/sm00sm/?p=3D291
284921 [tadatoshi@gm] I'm having the same problem.
284924 [raulparolari] 1) generate readline in the way indicated by Yudi (..make
284926 [tadatoshi@gm] Thank you for your reply, Raul.
284956 [han.kessels@] Once you succeeded in installing readline in /usr/local, did you point
285014 [yudi.xue@gm ] ...
285091 [tadatoshi@gm] Thank you for your reply, Han.
288854 [joepeck02@gm] I really, really, really want to thank Han Kessels for this. Your
320492 [joseignacio.] I have the same problems as listed here (Ruby 1.9 + Leopard). I have
320791 [joseignacio.] $ sudo ports install ruby19
Monkey-patching with modules
284661 [mikejholly@g] module Foo
+ 284662 [vjoel@pa h. ] You are defining a new class, Foo::String.
+ 284663 [rick.denatal] A module is a namespace, so constant names defined inside a module are
+ 284665 [mikejholly@g] Thanks very much.
+ 284687 [fedzor@gm il] Is there some equivalent of a variable constant? I'm looking for a
284727 [MonkeeSage@g] Class variable?
syntax error for a case within a module
284667 [hawat.thufir] For the project at <http://code.google.com/p/dwemthys/source>, I want to
284669 [ryand-ruby@z] if you indented properly you'd SEE your problem.
284671 [hawat.thufir] Yup, thanks, I changed the name of the file but neglected to change the
virtual key codes?
284672 [pavel989@gm ] is it possible to send virtual keycodes through ruby?
285271 [pavel989@gm ] well i guess no one knew, or what not. but in this case, is there a
285298 [ben@bl yt in] You didn't give much information. What's a virtual key code? What
285299 [shevegen@li ] I dont think all that information is necessary to help.
+ 285308 [ news@ja .f ] I think it's one of those keys that you find in your drawer and realize you
+ 285309 [ben@bl yt in] Sure it is.
285359 [pavel989@gm ] sorry!
285401 [ben@bl yt in] No problem :)
285414 [pavel989@gm ] i think thisll do!
Enumerable#to_a can run forever
284675 [ben@ku ri .n] It's possible to implement an each method in a class mixing in
284682 [matz@ru y- a] Hmm, in 1.9, you have Enumerable#take to work like your to_i(num), and
284683 [ben@ku ri .n] Aaah, ok. Those would be excellent. I look forward to 1.9! Thank you!
284686 [matz@ru y- a] It's no way to avoid entering infinite loop when you do some
284690 [ben@ku ri .n] Fair enough - but then does it make sense to have these operations
284691 [matz@ru y- a] Because it's very pragmatically useful for most of the case.
284778 [ben@ku ri .n] Aah, I see. I guess I agree.
.CN Domain(first year: $0.14) -----Surprise Price
284684 [zhangyu-goin] Dear Valued Businessman/BusinessLady,
Automating OS X with Ruby.
284685 [beholdthepan] ...
+ 284706 [ryand-ruby@z] I dunno about rubyosa, but applescript uses 'activate'.
| 284761 [careo@fa tm ] On Dec 25, 2007, at 3:55 AM, Ryan Davis <email@example.com>
| 284770 [beholdthepan] ...
| 285713 [beholdthepan] ...
| 285731 [has.temp3@vi] That's just sloppy design on RubyOSA's part, relying on a side-effect
+ 284856 [has.temp3@vi] Used it; don't much like it. It lacks various features found in
284928 [dangerwillro] I'm going to second this opinion.
How to know what class are there in a script file?
284693 [magicloud.ma] Dear,
284700 [thehcdreamer] I think there's no way of doing that, you can view the methods for a
284701 [frederick.ch] activesupport has something like that. Have a look at
+ 284705 [biihii@gm il] The activesupport Dependency thing is really nice since it works with
| 284753 [magicloud.ma] Dear,
+ 284752 [magicloud.ma] Dear,
284755 [frederick.ch] Nope, definitely still there. Was fiddling with it just a few days ago.
ANN: Sequel 0.4.5 Released
284694 [ciconia@gm i] Sequel version 0.4.5 has just been released. Sequel is a lightweight
Problem in loading files (require...)
284695 [abboura84@ya] 'Module gtk2 is required to run this program'
284708 [vasyl.smirno] Did you use "gem install ..." to install it?
284712 [abboura84@ya] Yes I think I have confusion between Ruby versions because I uninstalled
Re: image browser for windows?
284696 [alex.shulgin] There are plenty of ready-to-use image browsers (freeware and,
284861 [hramrach@ce ] Basically what makes some of the image browsers usable are tiny tweaks
How to convert a ruby string into WChar string in ruby?
284697 [rubymail@gm ] ...
+ 284735 [konrad@ty er] charset="utf-8"
| 284793 [rubymail@gm ] ...
| 284796 [konrad@ty er] charset="utf-8"
| 284799 [rubymail@gm ] ...
+ 284857 [djberg96@gm ] require 'windows/unicode'
[ANN] nanoc 2.0
284699 [denis.defrey] I'm proud to announce nanoc 2.0, the second major version of the Ruby
284704 [jaimeiniesta] Hey Denis, congratulations! nanoc looks cool, I've given it a run and
284702 [mneumann@nt ] BTW, is there a Rubinius related mailing list? I couldn't find one!
284703 [gethemant@gm] There you go!
Calling Irb from inside an application
284711 [lists@be tr ] this may be easy to anwer but it is difficult to google for.
+ 284713 [stefano.croc] Not a direct answer to your question, but can't you load the file with the=
| 284714 [jftucker@gm ] Merry christmas!
| 284775 [lists@be tr ] The code is not actually mature. The clearing could be done by an
+ 284748 [ryand-ruby@z] I'm a bit confused. Your subject line IS handled by this code. Indeed,
284776 [lists@be tr ] I wanted to know how to do it without having to type in the same
284716 [squeezzed@gm] I guess, my problem will scarcely take you very long :)
284718 [jari.william] Unless I haven't misunderstood something: Overwrite gets() so it outputs
STICK In Your Stocking
284717 [transfire@gm] Holiday Greetings,
284920 [caduceass@gm] Hey Trans and Peter, thanks! I have a huge use case for this lib.
284719 [santiago.lun] ...
284721 [transfire@gm] On Dec 25, 10:01 am, "Santiago Lunar" <santiago.lu...@gmail.com>
+ 284724 [matz@ru y- a] It's semi-automated. We need only a few keystrokes when we see a mail
+ 284728 [lists@be tr ] Bertram
[ANN] Ruby 1.9.0 is released
284720 [matz@ru y- a] We are happy to announce of the release of the 1.9.0 the development
+ 284725 [freeparis2@g] ...
+ 284726 [matz@ru y- a] For your information, here's the test result from the released Ruby
| 284730 [fedzor@gm il] This alone makes today worth it :-)
| 284732 [waleed.harbi] Thanks :)
+ 284734 [pluskid@gm i] Thanks! and Merry Christmas!
+ 284741 [james.herdma] Thank you to Matz and the many Ruby contributors! Your efforts are
| 284742 [carl.lerche@] ...
+ 284746 [kbloom@gm il] Is this a stable release? Is it intended for production development
| 284749 [ryand-ruby@z] As stated at rubyconf and elsewhere, this is a development release. It
| 284785 [patcito@gm i] ...
+ 284747 [mguterl@gm i] ...
+ 284782 [magicloud.ma] Dear,
| 284784 [konrad@ty er] charset="utf-8"
+ 284815 [railsonrails] Three Cheers for Matz and Ruby team :)
+ 284845 [sander.land@] Thanks Matz.
| 284847 [eustaquioran] Thanks Matz!
+ 284886 [wayneeseguin] ...
Re: Ruby 1.9.0 is released
284722 [citrix_linux] Thanks Matz!!
284723 [transfire@gm] For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow...
284729 [rollingwoods] Great christmas gift! Thanks for guys hard worked.
+ 284733 [jan.h.xie@gm] Thanks matz.
| 284736 [rtilley@vt e] Thanks for the new release! Ruby is a wonderful language.
| 284737 [rtilley@vt e] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
| 284738 [vasyl.smirno] Thanks for your devoted work! Ruby is a wonderful language!
| 284739 [fabioakita@g] Excelent. Great job! Thanks to all the Ruby Core Team, we are really
| 284743 [ed.odanow@wo] Thanks for all the amount of work you invested for this gift today!
| 284756 [ymendel@po o] Thankfully, you don't have long to wait after a dot zero Rails release
| 284762 [dejan.dimic@] Thanks Matz!
+ 284786 [matz@ru y- a] We worked hard. But it's just a beginning. We still need to do a lot
+ 284788 [raasdnil@gm ] You have earned it Matz! Thank you so very much for your fun language!
| 284791 [bermonruf@gm] ...
+ 284800 [jeremymcanal] Could you point out some areas that are in dire need of documentation?
| + 284803 [shawn42@gm i] ...
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| | | | + 284863 [qbproger@gm ] I don't think ubuntu updates to new versions of software after the
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| + 284854 [matz@ru y- a] How about updating doc/NEWS file, and sending patches to
| + 284855 [philo.cai@gm] It's greet if can use Wiki pages.
| + 284879 [charles.nutt] What about spec.ruby-doc.org? It's already got a lot of documentation
| + 284912 [matz@ru y- a] It's a great place if they accept 1.9 changes in spec.
| | 284950 [botpena@gm i] note, there is also noobkit.com. It's being actively nurtured by AlexG
| | 284986 [rtilley@vt e] The 1.9.0 Windows Binary download link is broken. The Christmas Day 2007
| | 285198 [james@gr yp ] Should be fixed now. Thanks for pointing it out.
| + 284937 [jeremymcanal] That would be fantastic. Perhaps we could branch the 1.8 spec and 1.9
| 285010 [charles.nutt] We could easily provide a 1.8 and 1.9 entry point, and they could
| 285120 [jeremymcanal] That would be great, Charles. I'm looking over what's there now and
| 285178 [joshua.schai] Jeremy,
+ 284818 [dejan.dimic@] Count me in :-)
OT: Polyglot programming article?
284731 [ news@ja .f ] About three or four months ago, I ran across a great article/blog post
+ 284751 [richard.conr] Well it was not specifically addressing google, who have 4 canonical languages,
| 284794 [ news@ja .f ] I stand corrected. Two or three or *four* specific programming languages
| 284817 [znmeb@ce ma ] The guy with the shirt in that movie was Alec Guinness.
| 284821 [MonkeeSage@g] On Dec 26, 1:58 am, "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <zn...@cesmail.net>
| 284828 [znmeb@ce ma ] six million? that's more like a poly *glut*
+ 284859 [martindemell] Ringing a vague bell - I might have seen it on reddit. Try posting an
+ 285444 [no@sp m. le ] Hmm, probably not mine, though I've used and written about such things
Which external modules are necessary for Ruby (1.9)?
284744 [ed.odanow@wo] I've successfully build Ruby 1.9.0 of Windows2000/MinGW/MSYS,
284763 [luislavena@g] You should check the list of extensions that need to be compiled in
284851 [ed.odanow@wo] Thank you very much for the information. I'll start a trial putting the
284858 [luislavena@g] On Dec 26, 9:45 am, Wolfgang N=E1dasi-Donner <ed.oda...@wonado.de>
Re: Ruby 1.9.0-0 benchmarks
284745 [ko1@at ot ne] Cool!
Error in fib.rb for 1.9
284750 [jzakiya@ma l] 1.9 compiles and runs great on PCLinuxOS on my Toshiba Satelite
Re: Legacy support (Was: Base64 not there makes Rails 2.0.2 fail to load in 1.9.0)
284754 [znmeb@ce ma ] 1. Isn't there a pure Ruby mysql gem?
+ 284758 [konrad@ty er] charset="iso-8859-1"
+ 284870 [charles.nutt] I've been advocating this for JRuby for newcomers looking to write
284888 [znmeb@ce ma ] Well ... I think flexibility is a good thing in general. Almost every
challenged with signal
284757 [junkone1@gm ] I am playing around with the jabber bot fron the link
+ 284766 [MonkeeSage@g] The documentation for Kernel#trap wants to help...but you have to let
| 284767 [junkone1@gm ] rg/fun-jabber-bots.
+ 284769 [luislavena@g] The error message wasn't too descriptive?
284771 [junkone1@gm ] rg/fun-jabber-bots.
284792 [gwtmp01@ma .] The documentation for Kernel#trap doesn't mention that not
[ANN] Ruport 1.4
284765 [gregory.t.br] Ruport 1.4 is now ready, so please try it out and let us know what you
ruby and dde
284768 [junkone1@gm ] is there any ruby libraries or ole libriries for dde. am looking high
284868 [junkone1@gm ] appreciate any help in finding a way to use dde from ruby.
qt4 bindings, threads
284772 [daniel.akeru] ...
+ 284779 [caleb@ae -t ] There's no Qt::Thread because Ruby lacks support for native threads =20
| 284781 [daniel.akeru] ...
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| 284897 [richard.j.da] gh
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+ 284833 [stefano.croc] ny
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