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^ Recession Proof Credit
318762 [nucmedmike g] Everyone  can have a credit card..Good credit, Bad credit or Slow

^ Ruby 1.9.1 preview1 is out
318771 [yugui yugui.] I released Ruby 1.9.1-preview 1. You can download it from the following
+ 318801 [rogerpack200] I assume this version passes all tests?  Are there any known outstanding
+ 318856 [neo.lee gmai] Thanks a lot!
  319005 [jzakiya mail] I have code developed in 1.9.0-1 that ran a series of benchmarks fine
  319025 [rogerpack200] gprof is your friend--I'd post to core with this sometime.
  319048 [kbloom gmail] No. There's a ruby_1_9_1 branch now. preview 1 comes from there.

^ Affine math library
318784 [OliverBurgha] Hey,
318833 [AEtzold gmx.] Dear Oliver,

^ Exchange 2007 Imap from Ruby
318785 [d_rems yahoo] Has anybody had any luck accessing Microsoft Exchange 2007 Calendar

^ download files from mail
318791 [blanca.id13 ] I'm trying to download a file with net::IMAP from mail count. I can
318806 [artur.juve g] compare the files and detect de differences
318807 [blanca.id13 ] I have compared the excel file download from mail with the original and
318811 [blanca.id13 ] At last I found the solution, to download correctly excel files I use

^ how to implement timeout on vista
318795 [chen_li3 yah] I am sorry if this post is duplicated.
318804 [ara.t.howard] gem install terminator
318849 [chen_li3 yah] Thanks.

^ XDG v0.5.0 released
318800 [admin tigero] = XDG 0.5

^ memoization example the ruby programming language question
318805 [credulity gm] Attached is the example of memoization from the above book.
+ 318816 [jgabrielygal] class Proc; include Functional; end
+ 318818 [james graypr] OK, lambda() is just the tool that creates the Proc object for you.
+ 318891 [credulity gm] Thanks for explanation!!!  Boy I would never would have seen it.

^ irb: Is it possible to automatically create a subsession on startup?
318808 [william.fisk] In irb I can create an object and then create a new subsession with
318823 [rogerpack200] I believe there's a ~/.irbrc
318830 [william.fisk] yes I am using .irbrc, but it doesn't work when you pur
318836 [vjoel path.b] module IRB
318844 [william.fisk] Joel,
318845 [vjoel path.b] Sorry, cut-and-paste error :(
318847 [william.fisk] Hey Joel,

^ lambda and multiple arguments: how?!
318809 [ruby-lists n] I've been working on porting a useful Perl module to Ruby and have
318812 [dblack rubyp] You could call it as: code.call(pid,*params), or maybe try this
318819 [ruby-lists n] lambda {
318865 [shortcutter ] You need to adjust the parameter list to the arity of the block.
319138 [ruby-lists n] Ah, I get it now!  Took awhile to digest but this was perfect (checking

^ oracle_enhanced adapter 'uninitialized constant' error
318813 [shalicheng g] Can any one help me? I'm using Ubuntu and trying to connect to an oracle
318820 [shalicheng g] require 'active_record'
318826 [caduceass gm] I'm 90% sure I'm wrong on this, but you never know.  Have you verified
318828 [shalicheng g] Todd,
318831 [caduceass gm] Cetric,
318832 [caduceass gm] I think that might have to be :port => "1521" (in quotes).  Untested, BTW.
318841 [shalicheng g] Todd,
318848 [shalicheng g] Just in case any one who's interested, for the TNS error I had above, it

^ createing directories and moving files into it
318815 [scappa gmail] I have an undetermined list of directories.
318840 [AEtzold gmx.] irb(main):001:0> require "fileutils"
+ 318850 [scappa gmail] for I in *; do mkdir ${I}/myFolder; mv ${I}/* ${I}/myFolder; done
| + 318851 [scappa gmail] (in mac os terminal)
| + 318852 [botp delmont] RnJvbTogQmVlIFRhcmQgW21haWx0bzpzY2FwcGFAZ21haWwuY29tXSANCiMgSSBkaWQgaXQgdGhp
+ 319830 [Christopher.] ant to write to.

^ Proper way to define a subclass within parent file?
318817 [strattner ya] I am starting to build a script to manipulate various network device
318829 [stefano.croc] You're wrong here. The body of a class definition is executed when it's found.
318837 [strattner ya] I knew of instance variables, and class variables, but not class
318839 [b.candler po] if you want dynamic lookup, otherwise Foo will statically be resolved to

^ OSX: Can't install RMagick. Can't find the ImageMagick lib
318821 [forum josh.c] I'm trying to install RMagick because one of my used plugins for RoR
318822 [rogerpack200] post those files.

^ Re: OSX: Can't install RMagick. Can't find the ImageMagick l
318824 [forum josh.c] /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/bin/ruby
318825 [forum josh.c] OK, found it, but encountered another problem while installing
+ 318827 [mguterl gmai] I don't have a specific answer to your problem above, but I have found
+ 318843 [rogerpack200] Dang I hate it when port upchucks.

^ Re: UnicodeUtils 0.1.0 - more Unicode for Ruby 1.9
318834 [ymendel pobo] On Oct 27, 6:06=A0pm, "Stefan Lang" <perfectly.normal.hac...@gmail.com>

^ [ANN] rutema_elements 0.1.0 Released
318842 [damphyr free] rutema_elements version 0.1.0 has been released!

^ Simple LDAP query
318860 [henders254 g] I'm using ruby-1.8.6 and trying to query my Windows Active Directory
318872 [damnbigman g] What is the value of user_ID?
+ 318873 [damnbigman g] It probably wouldn't hurt to supply the base either.
+ 318920 [henders254 g] Thanks. This works.
  318946 [damnbigman g] Cool

^ Local variables in lambda
318867 [list.rb gmai] not yet defined ( with out pawing them to the prod) ?
318869 [b.candler po] I don't know what "pawing them to the prod" means, but you can do

^ [ANN/ADV] Intro and Advanced Rails training in Florida in January
318870 [dblack rubyp] My .sig has said so for a while, but I thought I would directly

^ OSX: require seems very slow
318871 [matt mattwyn] I'm working on a large rails app on my MacBook Pro (2.16 GHz Intel Core
318883 [transfire gm] ActiveSupport is pretty big and goes about things in a very round
318886 [matt mattwyn] So, an update: I discovered this thread[1] and this one[2] and tried
318935 [shortcutter ] Maybe you have an extremely lenghty library path or directories reside

^ socket from python to ruby
318874 [batdevis gma] self.sckt = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM, 0)
318875 [b.candler po] Since you are using TCP and calling 'connect', it's a client socket.
+ 318889 [batdevis gma] yes, I thin so.
| 318892 [b.candler po] require 'socket'
+ 318941 [apeiros gmx.] Regards
  318949 [b.candler po] Thank you. If this were just 1.8.7 then I wouldn't be interested, but
  318952 [batdevis gma] Thanks to everybody, it works!

^ Re: RubyInject 0.1.0
318877 [raf2 thinkin] tried the example and it just crashes TextEdit.

^ [ANN] braid 0.5 - vendor branch management tool
318878 [mental gmail] = Braid

^ Bug or not a bug? array*=int
318879 [kyleaschmitt] So I'm wondering, is this a bug, or not a bug, or a type-o in the docs?
318882 [martindemell] No, copies are shallow copies. Consider, for example
318884 [kyleaschmitt] Ahh.
+ 318885 [shortcutter ] Dunno.  But all (or almost all) copies (e.g. dup, clone, Enumerable#map,
| 318887 [b.candler po] ... and in many cases impossible (e.g. open files/sockets; procs/blocks;
+ 318939 [apeiros gmx.] As mentioned by others, shallow is the default (also to my knowledge in
  318978 [kyleaschmitt] Stefan, while I agree that in general you should write a proper class,

^ project manager panel in SciTE
318888 [chen_li3 yah] SciTE is a very good IDE for Ruby. But when it comes to a project or
318890 [chris.hulan ] The SciTE site links to http://llt.chez.tiscali.fr/
318893 [chen_li3 yah] This link is broken.
318894 [chris.hulan ] Google knows - http://llt.chez-alice.fr/
318898 [chen_li3 yah] Yes Google knows. But all links are still broken in the download
318968 [chris.hulan ] YOur not trying hard enough 9^)
318972 [chen_li3 yah] Which one is good part?
319022 [chris.hulan ] The good url is http://llt.chez-alice.fr/
319195 [chen_li3 yah] I download both files. But the chm file doesn't work. So I don't know
319265 [chris.hulan ] My impression from the site is the tool knows how to speak to SciTe
319416 [chen_li3 yah] No I get no errors for Filerx.
319466 [chris.hulan ] Its not the most intuitive UI, but I was able to open the help file
319588 [chen_li3 yah] I am not sure how  you use scite and filerx together: Can you see the
319614 [chris.hulan ] No, the filerx project manager is a stand-alone app, separate from

^ [ANN] RubyGems 1.3.1
318896 [drbrain segm] = Announce: RubyGems Release 1.3.1
+ 318927 [pit.capitain] Thank you for the new version. Unfortunately, bug #19268 isn't
+ 318931 [Bil.Kleb-use] Thank you!

^ Hosting for Ruby Latinoamerica
318897 [paqs140482 g] Does anyone know any cheep rails hosting service for "Ruby Latinoamerica"?
318924 [rogerpack200] might work.
318925 [macarui gmai] I have a VPS with Rimuhosting and it has excellent support. Slicehost

^ COMPUTER TECH
318901 [agsangelina ] Complete Internet Protection With Automatic Virus Removal. Prevents

^ which is right place to submit bugs
318905 [rogerpack200] What is the relationship between
318917 [nobu ruby-la] This.
318923 [rogerpack200] Which? :)
318961 [ryand-ruby z] he said which. redmine.
318963 [rogerpack200] My apologies--for some reason it didn't display his link right on
319009 [nobu ruby-la] Rather, I couldn't find permanet links to the redmine at the
319030 [rogerpack200] So your suggestion is to switch the link at the top right of
319035 [nobu ruby-la] Do you mean the link at the top right of
319039 [rogerpack200] I'm not sure about the japanese page.
319119 [nobu ruby-la] Thank you, I got it.  I saw http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby/

^ Question concerning ruby file access
318906 [mail ssalews] I have seen following code fragment from
+ 318907 [sepp2k googl] If you want to completely avoid race conditions, you don't check - you just do
+ 318909 [botp delmont] RnJvbTogU3RlZmFuIFNhbGV3c2tpIFttYWlsdG86bWFpbEBzc2FsZXdza2kuZGVdIA0KIyBPciBp
+ 318911 [kbloom gmail] begin

^ Sorting Array Of Dates
318908 [chandu_750 y] just started with some examples
+ 318910 [botp delmont] RnJvbTogQ2hhbmR1IENoYW5kdSBbbWFpbHRvOmNoYW5kdV83NTBAeWFob28uY29tXSANCiMgaSB3
+ 318912 [cdemyanovich] => ["12/09/2007", "06/06/2004", "10/06/2005"]
+ 318930 [shortcutter ] This is not an array of dates - it's an array of strings.
+ 318933 [b.candler po] Apart from the other solutions mentioned, you could also just use ISO
+ 318944 [ jupp gmx.de] you forgot to mention if the date format is reasonable (dd/mm/yyyy) or not
  318950 [b.candler po] I think you got "reasonable" and "unreasonable" reversed (unless you are
  + 318960 [w_a_x_man ya] =3D> arrb[1])
  + 318974 [ jupp gmx.de] oops, you are right :) That much on quick hacks... ^^

^ array comparison
318913 [perrin apoth] I can easily write a program to compare the contents of arrays, of
+ 318926 [shortcutter ] First of all I would use Set which is far more efficient for these
| + 318928 [pit.capitain] +1
| + 318965 [w_a_x_man ya] ould
|   318973 [shortcutter ] The comparison is a bit unfair since you include the build time for the
|   319016 [shourya.sarc] Interesting discussion.
|   319054 [shortcutter ] - It has a large intersection, i.e. roughly 50% on average.  This may
+ 318932 [b.candler po] If these millions of things are being read from disk, then sort them

^ Question about case statement and lambdas
318914 [cohen.jeff g] I fear this has an obvious answer that I'm just not figuring out.
+ 318915 [botp delmont] # # Attempt #4
+ 318919 [dblack rubyp] The problem is that if options is a Proc the first time you call the
  + 318929 [b.candler po] And whilst at first glance it seems that 'options' is actually "just" a
  | + 318943 [dblack rubyp] Yes, I should have made that explicit -- I had the impression the OP
  | + 318948 [cohen.jeff g] Excellent... thanks for that insight.
  + 318947 [cohen.jeff g] Ah!  Thanks for that explanation!  Makes perfect sense now.

^ arbitrary depth access yml with method_missing help
318916 [tengxianggon] Say I have a class named *TrackCompany ,  *I want to recursively get some

^ how to set up Epson FX 2175 printer
318918 [durezauberit] Good day!!!
318921 [phasis gmail] Try Omni printer driver( http://omniprint.sourceforge.net/ )
319338 [durezauberit] a big help...i also tried to browse http://www.linuxprinting.org/ which

^ Re: RubyGems 1.3.1
318940 [luislavena g] As your point may be valid, introducing a new command not only
+ 318951 [jason.lapier] =A0
+ 318962 [charles.nutt] *Strongly* agree...and I also believe any gem that depends on C
  319020 [luislavena g] On Oct 30, 2:14=A0pm, Charles Oliver Nutter <charles.nut...@sun.com>
  319034 [charles.nutt] My argument is that any Ruby impl requirement should be explicit in the
  319037 [charles.nutt] Er, I meant "it should NOT be possible to install a gem...."

^ [OT] Re: how to set up Epson FX 2175 printer
318945 [ jupp gmx.de] Fedora Core 6 is very outdated as Fedora 10 will come out soon. More

^ Exceptions & loops
318953 [dbw aber.ac.] I've had a look for exception in here but nothing quite does the job.=20
+ 318958 [jgabrielygal] You want the "next" keyword, which directly jumps to the next iteration
| 319014 [dbw aber.ac.] Thanks Jesus that's worked a treat! I do love Ruby, just wish I knew =
+ 318964 [ryand-ruby z] do not thread hijack. it isn't hard to start a new mail from scratch.

^ Using Expect in Ruby
318955 [stephan.zimm] I'm using Expect inside of a ruby script to control an external
+ 318957 [jeremymcanal] I believe Hal Fulton has either ported Expect to Ruby or has a nice
+ 318969 [hgs dmu.ac.u] I didn't know there was one yet.
  318975 [james graypr] expect.rb ships with Ruby.
  318979 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Correct me if I'm wrong, but that is not Don Libes' Expect implementation
  318980 [james graypr] It's not libexpect.  You are right.
  318981 [hgs dmu.ac.u] [...[

^ I'm having problems with fonts and RMagic/ImageMagic
318959 [slan.dizier ] I am getting this error:  RMagick: unable to read font /usr/local/lib/

^ Re: Problem with copying array
318966 [alanomaly ho] language.
+ 318967 [dblack rubyp] Removing an entry from an array never destroys the object.
+ 318987 [b.candler po] Yes - they contain references to objects.

^ Roguelike project?
318970 [tmcdowell gm] Anyone interested in a Roguelike game written in Ruby/Ncurses project?
+ 318976 [matt moss.na] Interested in playing? Testing? Developing?
| + 318982 [tmcdowell gm] when it comes to Ruby code, but I thought it would be fun to create a
| | 319008 [sentinel.200] a snakes game and it was great fun. Since then, I am working on a much
| | 319028 [tmcdowell gm] Yeah, it's tough finding proper ruby documentation on Ncurses. I've just
| | 319047 [sentinel.200] 1. The only documentation on ncurses-ruby is the README file the author
| + 319050 [m.fellinger ] anymore, i can send you if you like :)
|   319052 [sentinel.200] Thanks manveru - could you tell me what keyboard.rb does in a nutshell.
|   319056 [m.fellinger ] It allows me to make any object the receiver of keystrokes, simply by doing
|   + 319062 [sentinel.200] I am interested in doing key mappings like Vi and emacs. Did look
|   + 319287 [sentinel.200] manver, i've been pouring through your code, and even tried out ver!
|     + 319347 [sentinel.200] Sorry, the hang was due to not setting half-delay. Still want to hear
|     | 319349 [m.fellinger ] They seem to work for me just fine, what terminal are you using?
|     | + 319366 [sentinel.200] I am using "screen". Its the only one which supported the F1.. keys. My
|     | + 319385 [sentinel.200] Still want to hear
|     + 319393 [sentinel.200] manver, I have figured out one thing about alt keys. To do this i had to
|       319422 [sentinel.200] manver -- a little bit of feedback regarding keyboard.rb.
|       319826 [sentinel.200] manver, I mentioned to your earlier that I am intending to use
|       319831 [m.fellinger ] Sorry, it's quite late here, can't go into more explanation for now.
|       319836 [sentinel.200] Thanks a million. I really appreciate this. I should be able to get my
|       319842 [sentinel.200] manver,
|       319857 [m.fellinger ] Pull from the repo, there have been major changes and improvments to VER.
|       + 319871 [sentinel.200] Works like a charm :-D
|       + 319920 [sentinel.200] manver.
|         319922 [m.fellinger ] map([/^\d$/, /^\d$/, 'k']){ @args.join.to_i.times{ view.up }}
|         + 319925 [sentinel.200] I've only integrated the count_map as yet.
|         | 319973 [sentinel.200] manver,
|         + 319980 [sentinel.200] Manveru
|           319982 [m.fellinger ] No, mappings are done per mode, and the handling is done via Keyboard,
+ 319128 [hramrach cen] There's one downside to ncurses in Ruby - they do not support
  319134 [sentinel.200] Has anyone here used or played about with "slang" / s-lang. Would that
  319156 [hramrach cen] It's at the Ruby end. 1.8 does not work with locale but ncurses seems
  319173 [m.fellinger ] Could we use the new Ruby FFI to spare us the C mess?
  319181 [sentinel.200] Haah! I read that today and was wondering myself. But i am not clear on
  319266 [sean.ohalpin] Yes - the FFI interface is really easy to use. You just need to
  319274 [sentinel.200] Seem to be other dependencies other than the gem (which installed fine).
  + 319276 [sentinel.200] It supports "darwin", but not the "powerpc" cpu.
  | 319359 [charles.nutt] Probably just some missing build flags; libffi, on which it's based,
  | 319367 [sentinel.200] The problem comes here (line 28 of platform.rb).
  | 319427 [charles.nutt] Can you submit this to Ruby FFI, as a bug or on the mailing list? I'm
  + 319280 [sean.ohalpin] $ ruby -v
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