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simple mail with Ruby
287541 [pbailey@bn .] I just want Ruby to enable me to send simple e-mails, sometimes with an
+ 287551 [ara.t.howard] require "net/smtp"
| 287679 [pbailey@bn .] Wow! I need to look closely at this. This looks incredibly complicated
| 287681 [ara.t.howard] sure.
+ 288075 [oggrzech@o2 ] Install actionmailer gem and every task with email will be easy. :D

[ANN] MountainWest RubyConf 2008 speakers and registration
287542 [pat.eyler@gm] MountainWest Ruby, LLC is happy to announce that registration is
287668 [blowmage@gm ] ...

sqlite regexp support
287543 [funkaster@gm] What's the Right Way(tm) to implement regexp support in sqlite?

fxruby gem problem
287544 [lcl@ta az d.] Dear ruby acolytes
287548 [lyle@ly ej h] It sounds as though the gem installation failed at some point. What
+ 287555 [lcl@ta az d.] I did try that at some point and have just tried it again.  It fails to
+ 287556 [lcl@ta az d.] Sorry, I missed your first question.  Rubygems is 0.9.0.
  + 287569 [lcl@ta az d.] Apologies to all for replying to my own posts - the problem is I have to
  | 287580 [lyle@ly ej h] Let's not be that drastic yet! Can you send me (off-list) the contents
  | 287617 [lcl@ta az d.] Sorry Lyle, I tried to contact you offlist and the message bounced.  This
  + 287621 [lyle@ly ej h] Drat, I should have picked up on this sooner.
    287737 [lcl@ta az d.] Just to close the lid on this.  Lyle offered some very valuable
    287755 [lyle@ly ej h] No blushes necessary. I've added a sidebar for the next release of

Problem with StringList object in Ruby/Qt4
287545 [rcmitchell@g] I'm experimenting with building Ruby applications with Qt4 GUI interfaces.
287553 [stefano.croc] I think this happens because QtRuby uses ruby lists instead of most (if not=
287625 [rcmitchell@g] That seems to be it.  Thank you, Srefano!

kD-Trees implementation
287549 [mailing.mr@g] I started playing with ruby kD-Trees implementation, an thoughts?
287564 [mailing.mr@g] new code - lets you print trees, and find k-nearest points (at least i
287993 [no@sp m. le ] Is this the standard way to build a kdtree?
288007 [mailing.mr@g] Problem is more complex than you think.
288055 [no@sp m. le ] Yes, ok, I see that now, @dim copies doesn't help much.
288064 [mailing.mr@g] There are reaserch papers that descripbe O(nlogn) instead of (nlog^2n)
288104 [no@sp m. le ] The wikipedia page for kdtrees references an o(n) median-finding algorithm
288110 [mailing.mr@g] I didn't say it was scary, I'm not scared of complex math but since
288112 [no@sp m. le ] Not a problem - thanks for sharing your kdtree implementation!
288113 [mailing.mr@g] Well, I guess it's close enought - it doesn't guarantee balanced tree -

??? Who killed Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan = NEOCON/ZIOCON many layers  of deception
287554 [khazar@in ia] On 911 the yanks bastards aided by mossad killed 3000 of their own

Windows File Comparing
287558 [lovell.mcilw] I am attempting to right a small utility that checks one file against
+ 287565 [tom@ac id nt] i suppose a lot of this depends on how heavy-weight you want this to
+ 287566 [gthiesfeld@g] You're taking files in y and comparing them to every file in z.
+ 287567 [tom@ac id nt] i suppose a lot of this depends on how heavy-weight you want this to be.  something more reliable would be a SHA1 of the contents of the file-
+ 287568 [giuan.m@gm i] You can use File#directory? to test if an entry is a directory (.,.. are
| 287585 [lovell.mcilw] I will give that a shot, I believe I did put an if statement in there
+ 287572 [reid.thompso] Is this just because you want to do it it Ruby?
  287584 [lovell.mcilw] ke two

Installing the openssl exntsion for ruby
287559 [mukyan@gm il] Ruby-newbie here.  I've exhausted google and I've yet to find a solution
287675 [kbloom@gm il] You need to install the openssl-devel rpm which contains the header files

sort lines alpahetically
287573 [junkone1@gm ] What is the fastest way to sort all the lines of a file alphabetically.
+ 287576 [john.carter@] From the commandline :-
+ 287578 [botpena@gm i] i cannot answer the question regarding "fastest" (to run, right?).
+ 287579 [linux@pi rd ] SortedFile = File.readlines('c:\ruby_scripts\test.txt.txt').sort

[ANN] command-set 0.9.2 Released
287581 [nyarly@gm il] command-set version 0.9.2 has been released!

[ANN] RegexpBench 0.5.2 Released
287582 [nyarly@gm il] RegexpBench version 0.5.2 has been released!
287595 [charles.nutt] Hmm, I wanted to try it out, but it uses DL which isn't completely
287663 [nyarly@gm il] It uses DL to access the line buffer in readline - something the stock
287671 [charles.nutt] - Charlie

Returning with methods
287586 [c00lryguy@gm] #!/usr/bin/env ruby
287598 [gwtmp01@ma .] It does.  Try
287600 [c00lryguy@gm] Well, what I'm basically trying to figure out is how to change the a
287607 [stefano.croc] I'm not sure whether your approach will do what you want (if I understand you

Re: TMail 1.2.1
287587 [aquasync@gm ] This is great news! No more action_mailer when all you really want is
287593 [raasdnil@gm ] Heh.. that's exactly how I got myself into the corner of becoming the
+ 287622 [aquasync@gm ] You could certainly have TMail have a concept of SMTP/POP3 if you wanted
| 287708 [raasdnil@gm ] Absolutely interested, come over to TMail-Talk and we'll hash it out more.
+ 287626 [u.alberton@g] I'd like to seize this opportunity to ask a question of my own :) . I
  287709 [raasdnil@gm ] No... I just had my TMail mailing list going into the wrong spot.  I
  287714 [eeklund@gm i] You mean RFC2822.  RFC2022 is about multicast over ATM (a non-TCP/IP
  287719 [raasdnil@gm ] Yes, that's exactly what I meant (bad fingers!)

Re: any tricks to speed up ruby? -fwhole-program?
287589 [john.carter@] It's an old trick, I believe the kde folks do it (I may be wrong)
287631 [znmeb@ce ma ] It's an interesting thought. However, I wasn't able to get gcc 4.2.2 to
287702 [john.carter@] I'm not sure thats simpler... I also looked at that once and decided
287704 [cwdinfo@gm i] ...

How to get peeraddr
287590 [jywu0812@ya ] server like the following?  Thanks.
287680 [jywu0812@ya ] Or, how can I enable WEBrick debug level logging?  Now I see INFO

Problem with IPAddr
287591 [btricha@gm i] ...
287596 [gwtmp01@ma .] It is because include? is treating its argument as an address not as
287599 [btricha@gm i] ...
+ 287612 [caduceass@gm] You could open up IPAddr to get at the mask for comparison.
+ 287619 [fwmailinglis] First I'd like to add that the last octet being 0 does not mean that the
  287698 [caduceass@gm] This might work too...
  287703 [btricha@gm i] ...
  287713 [caduceass@gm] Good point!

[ADV] The Ruport Book : Your guide to mastering Ruby Reports
287592 [gregory.t.br] I am pleased to announce that Mike Milner and I have finished the

Any Desktop Application?
287601 [mohsinhijaze] I am new to both the groups, and to the ruby and I like ruby very
287602 [ara.t.howard] jruby is waiting for you ;-)
287604 [mohsinhijaze] Well, what about the JRuby performacne? when its a VM On VM?
287606 [charles.nutt] JRuby performs at least as well as Ruby 1.8.6, and often better.

Ruby as application scripting language?
287603 [mohsinhijaze] I've seen some applications which expose their object model for the
287605 [jari.william] Sure, Sketchup (now owned by Google) for example use Ruby.
287620 [has.temp3@vi] On 16 Jan, 07:18, Jari Williamsson

Re: The Ruport Book : Your guide to mastering Ruby Reports
287608 [chris.lowis@] This looks great ! Just to let you know, there seems to be some broken
287651 [gregory.t.br] This should be fixed now, thanks.

How to use LDAP with Rails appliaction.
287609 [varun.rajesh] I am new to LDAP and i wanna deploy my application with LDAP

native threads in ruby
287610 [emergence@gm] Is there anyway possible, one can make use of native threads in Ruby?
287613 [charles.nutt] JRuby supports native threads today, where each Ruby thread maps to one
287614 [jameskilton@] ...
287643 [thomas.mackl] I believe that while 1.9 does support native threads, their benefit is
287659 [charles.nutt] That is correct. Ruby 1.9 runs with native threads, but they don't run
287700 [emergence@gm] It looks like I'll be using JRuby. Does JRuby have all the features that
287716 [charles.nutt] We've done the best job we can making JRuby compatible with Ruby

Re: Mr Bones - 1.1.0
287611 [florian.ebel] /opt/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rspec-1.1.2/lib/spec/runner/options.rb:216:in
287652 [tim.pease@gm] If you have the following line anywhere in your source code
287678 [ara.t.howard] just a quick note, if you ever load a lib with a screwy at_exit
287685 [vjoel@pa h. ] Hm, what about this?
287697 [ara.t.howard] yeah - something like

I have q question about using ruby/dl for win32 dll
287616 [dmkim@mk ec ] I'd like to access some function in win32 dll

TreeView question(SOLVED)
287618 [cesare.diaz@] the method for drop all rows in TreeView is 'clear' [1]

not catching my exception
287623 [junkone1@gm ] begin
287632 [yermej@gm il] uninitialized constant RecordNotFound (NameError)
287637 [jftran@ru yf] I guess Junkone is refering to ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound
287654 [junkone1@gm ] now i realise i should have used ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound

Passport in ***** form
287624 [prasadm29@gm] I am currently writing a program for logging in using telnet. Just
287795 [lists@be tr ] <http://www.bertram-scharpf.de/tmp/password.rb>
287840 [prasadm29@gm] Hey,
287868 [lists@be tr ] There is also <http://www.caliban.org/ruby/ruby-password.shtml>.
287885 [m.fellinger@] require 'highline'

Help decoding UDPSocket trap data
287627 [contact@th r] I have a script that opens a UDPSocket on port 162 and listens for traps
+ 287634 [yermej@gm il] On Jan 16, 8:26 am, jackster the jackle <cont...@thirdorder.net>
| 287642 [contact@th r] Good call yermej...thanks.
| 287647 [yermej@gm il] On Jan 16, 10:23 am, jackster the jackle <cont...@thirdorder.net>
| 287649 [contact@th r] puts logger.value
| 287653 [gwtmp01@ma .] Well I just perused the documentation at: <http://
| 287655 [contact@th r] thank alot Gary...that works...
| 362141 [joao.pompei@] I know that isn't the thread to ask this, but this is the closest I got
| 362147 [johnsheahan@] I was able to get my version to work but I have to look back now and
| 362179 [joao.pompei@] We got the things going here. Thanks all.
+ 381190 [chandu.ch29@] I am new to ruby.
  381197 [b.candler@po] (1) Are the trap packets arriving? Run Wireshark to look for them.

Creating a process and/or executing a ruby script internally
287628 [s.garcia39@g] ##this is my process create script

Example CVS/SVN commit script
287630 [thedossone@g] I've been googling, but not too succesfully for examples of CVS and
287633 [ben@be ma ey] This is what you looking for?

Bug in Rails 2.0 when overloading a find_by method?
287635 [d.c.meyers@g] I've got an interesting replecatable bug that has sprung up since I
287657 [ryand-ruby@z] Off topic. Send to the ruby on rails list.

regular expression
287638 [stu_09@ho ma] i wanting to write a regular expression which matches words which
+ 287645 [boss@ai bl d] [^aeiou]*/
| + 287648 [boss@ai bl d] Regards,
| + 287690 [ed.odanow@wo] O.K. - it really increases the readability ;-)
|   287729 [boss@ai bl d] t('').
+ 287646 [rick.denatal] Something like this?
| 287686 [ed.odanow@wo] This doesn't work as expected...
| + 287695 [rick.denatal] Ahh, but "xaxxixxexxixxuxxoxxuxx" DOES contain the vowels in
| | 287699 [ed.odanow@wo] Oh - I see. Let's wait for the more complete specification ;-)
| + 287696 [moises.trovo] On Jan 16, 2008 8:03 PM, Wolfgang N=E1dasi-Donner <ed.odanow@wonado.de> wro=
+ 287731 [eeklund@gm i] Start with regular expression documentation; I think that's what your

Getting Apache error when trying to load mod_ruby
287641 [laredotornad] I'm using Apache 2.2 on Fedora Core 6 Linux.  I'm using ruby 1.8.6 and

Re: How to generate a serial random number
287650 [chen_li3@ya ] Thank you all for the inputs and the ideas.

"Henceforth the world will be governed by the Anglo-Saxon peoples,  who, in turn, are swayed by their Jewish elements".   Re: *** BENJAMIN  FRIEDMAN'S audio speech transcript -- and WARNING to AMERICA ***
287658 [lemnitzer@in] "Henceforth the world will be governed by the Anglo-Saxon peoples,

Ruby books
287660 [shandybleu@y] I was just wondering if anybody has a Ruby book that deals with strictly
+ 287661 [fedzor@gm il] Practical Ruby Projects
+ 287739 [marick@vi ib] _Everyday Scripting with Ruby_ works through four smallish projects.
  287740 [rbazinet@gm ] ...

Loading MIBS for Ruby SNMP
287665 [contact@th r] I'm finally able to recieve traps from my Cisco devices and access the
287684 [yermej@gm il] On Jan 16, 1:42 pm, jackster the jackle <cont...@thirdorder.net>
287691 [contact@th r] Thanks yermej...I found them and was able to import CISCO-SMI but the

ruby annoyances ... mine is line continuation, what's yours?
287666 [scooterm@ho ] Just thinking how really smart Ruby is in most areas makes it all the
+ 287669 [james@gr yp ] Ruby 1.9 allows the period at the beginning of the line, so cheer up,
+ 287670 [mailing-list] Don't all sentences _end_ with punctuation?
| + 287672 [tim.pease@gm] Not the incomplete ones
| + 287682 [perrin@ap th] The case being discussed is not of a sentence ending with punctuation,
|   287722 [win@wi ce t.] Well, the unit was tall
|   287963 [cjs@cy ic ne] No. But we're not discussing writing English, we're discussing writing
+ 287673 [jftran@ru yf] You can insert spaces before or after the dot, so for instance,
+ 287676 [ara.t.howard] have fun debugging that one - the stack trace from any error on any
+ 287677 [doodpants@ma] On Jan 16, 2:41 pm, "scoot...@hotmail.com" <scoot...@hotmail.com>
  287721 [hramrach@ce ] It depends on the operator. `+' is quite easy to see but a `.' is not.

Can we get some moderation?
287667 [kyleaschmitt] Can we get some sort of moderation on this list?
+ 287688 [TimHunter@nc] ruby-lang is unmoderated, so you'll have to do your own moderation. I've
+ 287801 [robert.dober] Although I have no filter I feel that would do more harm than good...
  287807 [kyleaschmitt] Was so infrequent.  Lets hope it returns to that way.  Though for the

RubyGems 1.0.1 in windows
287674 [lance.sanche] i'm not sure where to report this.
287687 [TimHunter@nc] versions of RubyGems required "time" and 1.0.1 doesn't. In that case,
287785 [gthiesfeld@g] I can't speak for certain, but I think it probably went out when they
287960 [lance.sanche] Thanks for the info on that one, trying to upgrade the shop i work in

DAILY ZIONIST NEWS ----->   jewwatch.com  <----------   Re:  "Henceforth the world will be governed by the Anglo-Saxon peoples, who, in  turn, are swayed by their Jewish elements". Re: *** BENJAMIN FRIEDMAN'S audio  speech transcript -- and WARNING to AMERICA ***
287683 [thermate@in ] ...

Zlib, hidden classes and modules
287692 [xan20031@ho ] the benefit of help from a pretty experienced scripter, however with my

File upload works fine in FF, Crashes server in IE
287694 [iman_sina@ba] I made a file upload system.
287753 [iman_sina@ba] IE will only pass this HUGE string when a SWF-type file is

Buy Lrg Sidekick 3 iphone 8gb Sidekick Lx iphone 4gb
287701 [signup192@ya] EXCLUSIVE MOBILE WORLD  LIMITED.

"int cfunc(void) " how can I call this function with "ruby/dl'
287705 [dmkim@mk ec ] In ruby/dl (win32)

iterating through the registry
287706 [hawat.thufir] I want to iterate through the registry, getting results similar to
+ 287710 [yermej@gm il] I just threw this together. It seems to work though doesn't do quite
| 287712 [diegoslice@g] Alternatively, you could use rubylogparser which is a wrapper around
+ 287711 [botpena@gm i] ! REG.EXE VERSION 3.0

Quit, if a specific key is hit
287707 [pavankumar_k] ...
287733 [james@gr yp ] It can definitely be solved.  Here's a solution that works on most
287815 [dangerwillro] In many of the game libraries, input for different platforms is
+ 287827 [pavankumar_k] Cool.. that clears some air!.. Cheers guys!!..
+ 287850 [pavankumar_k] I found a platform independent solution to this in one of the comments
  + 287888 [devi.webmast] I could be wrong, but I was under the impression that _all_ Errnos
  + 287891 [marcelo.maga] On Jan 18, 2008 4:19 AM, Pavankumar Kulkarni

Greedy and non greedy quantifiers
287715 [d_kelly18@ho] Im just after a bit of clarification with quantifiers in regular
+ 287717 [andrew@an re] Dan
| 287718 [d_kelly18@ho] yeah that helps thanks, I think I was just making things up..
+ 287726 [radek.bulat@] VGhlcmUgYXJlIDQgKEkgaG9wZSB0aGF0IGRpZG4ndCBtaXNzIGFueXRoaW5nKSBvcGVyYXRvcnMg
  + 287727 [radek.bulat@] It of course matches "aaaab" (missing one 'a')
  + 288040 [shortcutter@] etitions.

FXRuby or Shoes?
287720 [biot023@gm i] Sorry I've posted this in the generic Ruby thread, but I wanted as
+ 287724 [wieczo.yo@go] I have just started using FXRuby(with the PragProg PDF) and I am quite
| 287725 [wieczo.yo@go] ... tell you something about it.
+ 287742 [devi.webmast] Shoes and FXRuby are really different.
| 287754 [lyle@ly ej h] I would echo everything Daniel said, and I'm the FXRuby guy.
| 287762 [biot023@gm i] I spotted that, but heard that it was a little, um... Out there?
| 287769 [wieczo.yo@go] Yeah, _why is a hero for me. I found a blog about Ruby, the next thing
+ 287743 [znmeb@ce ma ] I'm in a similar muddle. I just downloaded Shoes a week or so ago and
  + 287745 [jeff.barczew] ...
  + 287748 [devi.webmast] I think the real decider for me would be portability -- will a
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