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^ Re: nokogiri 1.3.0 Released
337962 [rogerpack200] Cool. Any instructions on how to install that in windows?
337966 [aaron tender] gem install nokogiri
337968 [bqotatjyujep] But it still doesn't work under mingw version of Ruby 1.9.1. It's very
337985 [aaron tender] Do you mind expanding on this?  I tested it with that particular version
+ 338037 [bqotatjyujep] Of course...
| 338054 [aaron tender] Okay.  It shouldn't try to compile anything.  I will take a look because
+ 338049 [rogerpack200] no windows love for me, even with 1.8.6
  338057 [aaron tender] platform string.  I've uploaded a new gem to rubyforge, and was able to
  338067 [bqotatjyujep] ruby 1.9.1p129 (2009-05-12 revision 23412) [i386-mingw32]
  338069 [aaron tender] Can you point me to the 1.9.1 version you installed?  I will install it
  338074 [bqotatjyujep] Of course, I posted it in the previous post but here it's again
  + 338077 [rogerpack200] Interesting.
  | 338078 [bqotatjyujep] You have 1.2.3, I have the last 1.3.0 :).
  + 338079 [aaron tender] No, I mean where did you get it?  I would like to download what you
    338087 [bqotatjyujep] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
    338104 [aaron tender] I think I've got it working now.  The issue is that I was cross
    + 338107 [bqotatjyujep] I must appreciate your help. I hope future releases will be without any
    + 338108 [bqotatjyujep] + webrat seems to be OK with this version of Nokogiri. The same behavior
    + 338157 [luislavena g] and

^ irb command history issues with ruby 1.9.1p129
337979 [s_ayalon hot] I've recently installed ruby 1.9.1 from source w/o any special issues on
337993 [halfcountplu] I installed 1.9.1p129 a few weeks ago on Fedora Core 10-64 and the irb
338025 [s_ayalon hot] You're right - I got the development package for GNU readline
338150 [markus fisch] Oh thanks, that was bugging me too, already. Sweet!

^ Labels: ADIO SONGS Intel Celeron 430 1.80GHz Processor -  BX80557430SL9XN
337983 [whatnext gma] The Intel Celeron processor is designIntel Celeron 430 1.80GHz

^ sequel error handeling
337984 [jeljer me.co] hee people.
338008 [spox modspox] However, I'm not exactly sure why you define a create method when it is already

^ Re: [ANN] nokogiri 1.3.0 Released - still a problem
337988 [phil pricom.] People,
337996 [mguterl gmai] and
337997 [phil pricom.] Michael,
+ 338010 [drbrain segm] It should be self-evident that if you install software using RubyGems
| + 338011 [TimHunter nc] +1. We probably should have T-shirts printed up that say that.
| + 338036 [Bil.Kleb nas] It might be, but I get tripped up by "require 'rubygems'" every few
|   + 338038 [flo andersgr] It is in 1.9.
|   + 338083 [drbrain segm] RubyGems was merged for 1.9
+ 338012 [phlip2005 gm] Yes, but that's a FAQ for every ruby gem out there. The root documentation for
  338775 [mailing.mr g] Old discusion. But my 2$ ;)
  338799 [flo andersgr] I would consider this an edge-case, especially because it is easily

^ Ruby Gem Issue
338007 [devrubygem g] I get this error below when running :make in my macvim editor
338080 [drbrain segm] Likely the path for vim is not the same as the path for your shell.
338086 [devrubygem g] Thanks for the response!!
338219 [drbrain segm] "vs" is not part of the command.
338638 [devrubygem g] Hey Eric,
338842 [drbrain segm] You're going to have to learn how to run shell commands from your

^ Help JRuby "win" at JavaOne Script Bowl
338013 [charles.nutt] Hey there folks! There will be a "Script Bowl" again this year at
+ 338063 [rogerpack200] might help
+ 338081 [james.britt ] My fork, with additions: http://gist.github.com/121617

^ Sqlite3-ruby ON Windows Vista with 1.9.1p129 mingw32
338014 [jdezenzio gm] I'm using the ming compiled 1.9.1 p 129 successfully on Vista and I even
+ 338015 [jdezenzio gm] As a further note, if I didn't need to use sqlite3, I wouldn't.
| 338016 [jdezenzio gm] Correction on the error message (it should read instead)
+ 338050 [rogerpack200] Yep that one's tough, too.  Unfortunately when you do the
  338059 [jdezenzio gm] 1) install wget or curl in path
  338060 [rogerpack200] Oops forgot steps :)
  338062 [jdezenzio gm] Okay making some progress but still stuck.
  338064 [jdezenzio gm] rake vendor:sqlite3
  338065 [jdezenzio gm] Found a copy of unzip.exe and placed it in the folder.
  338068 [jdezenzio gm] I figured it out - will post in a moment.
  338070 [jdezenzio gm] The reason why I had issues with unzip was because I had downloaded some
  + 338071 [jdezenzio gm] Running ruby 1.9.1 p129
  + 338075 [rogerpack200] Glad to hear you got it working--and thanks for the feedback on the

^ Re: [jruby-user] Re: Help JRuby "win" at JavaOne Script Bowl
338026 [charles.nutt] I just pulled the full raw gem list and processed it. The stats line

^ [ANN] RubyKaigi2009 Tickets Now Available
338028 [l.g.chin gma] Tickets for RubyKaigi 2009 go on sale from 7pm JST today (Monday, June

^ eval?  instance_eval??  hmm
338029 [p.witty gmai] Hey ruby wizards.  I got a question for you.  I want to call a method on
+ 338031 [jcoglan goog] 2009/6/1 Steve Hull <p.witty@gmail.com>
+ 338032 [b.candler po] You can easily see what you've done wrong if you just use 'puts' instead
  338117 [p.witty gmai] James -- perfect.  Thanks!
  338136 [b.candler po] I wouldn't expect there to be any. eval or instance_eval with a string

^ How can I get command's result code, which executing via ssh
338035 [hronya gmail] I use net/ssh library.
+ 338040 [shortcutter ] This is likely because SSH does not propagate the result of the remote
| 338043 [b.candler po] Ahem??
| + 338044 [b.candler po] A quick check of the SSH protocol spec in RFC 4254 says, in section
| | 338045 [b.candler po] One other point. It's very dangerous to do
| | 338102 [hronya gmail] We use 1.9
| + 338097 [shortcutter ] I am pretty sure that the ssh on at least one system we have at work
|   338100 [b.candler po] You said: "SSH does not propagate the result of the remote process.  You
+ 338072 [synfinatic g] I just ran into the same problem last week and I ended up doing what

^ Girard Perregaux   http://www.replicawatchsite.com
338039 [replicawatch] Perregaux

^ Re: Quine (#207)
338046 [b.candler po] cat quine.rb | ruby
+ 338047 [robert.dober] Good thinking, but the "optimal" solution still passes ;)
| 338051 [b.candler po] Sure - the trivial quine is valid. I can also run it on my network which
| 338053 [robert.dober] True but you cannot test it on your network with zero nodes, but I
+ 338052 [pjb informat] A better solution would be to compile the ruby program. Then $0 would

^ [ANN] ri_cal 0.5.3 Released
338055 [rick.denatal] ri_cal version 0.5.3 has been released!

^ JRuby support at EngineYard!
338056 [charles.nutt] We'll be working closely with EY folks to make sure their JRuby setup is

^ Heres that seating chart your looking for!
338066 [mike.swarski] Giants http://pearlcompany.ca/2009/06/its-definately-giants-seating-chart-for.html

^ Newest styles Chanel,Coach,LV  sale online
338076 [salemyshoes ] salemyshoes@hotmail.com  contact with this msn/email let u enjoy stylish

^ [OT] Games for Programmers
338085 [djberg96 gma] Here's a list of board or card games that are based, more or less, on
338093 [james graypr] While not strictly programming, RoboRally is easily the favorite of my
+ 338101 [eleanor game] And a very amusing game to watch a room of drunk non-techies trying to
| 338103 [james graypr] We had a non-geek friend who had so much trouble with right and left
+ 338171 [djberg96 gma] Yes, I've played RoboRally. It can be fun, yet aggravating. :)
  338175 [dan-ml dan42] It's not from boardgamegeek.com nor is it a board game, but I found

^ Rich Kilmer's Units System v0.5.0 released
338089 [admin tigero] = Rich Units
338090 [transfire gm] My apologies for the subject line! I did not notice it before I sent

^ RichUnits v0.5.0 released
338091 [admin tigero] = Rich Units
338092 [transfire gm] RichUnits v0.5.0 released

^ return value of require
338109 [detlef.reich] I had a problem with require and ruby 1.8.7-p72 on debian (original
338139 [b.candler po] I'm don't see what the problem is. require returns false if the library

^ rendering pdf
338112 [ytbryan gmai] i am new to ruby ( like two hours new! )  but i do know other
+ 338113 [gregory.t.br] If it's possible to use JRuby, look into FlyingSaucer.
+ 338140 [b.candler po] (prince - commercial)
  340496 [b.candler po] I just came across another free (GPL) option for rendering HTML+CSS to

^ counting .each
338114 [halfcountplu] Is there some equivalent to file.lineno when using array.each?  Eg, if I
338116 [rick.denatal] array.each_with_index do | e, count|

^ My rubygems is completely broken (EOFErrors)
338115 [doug.mcbride] Here's my environment followed by what I'm seeing.  I dug into the
+ 338118 [bbxx789_05ss] $ gem environment
+ 338119 [matt tidbits] You do not need sudo for this.
+ 338120 [bbxx789_05ss] Something seems out of whack there.  If the ruby executable is located
| 338209 [drbrain segm] This is correct for OS X.
| 338215 [matt tidbits] What the OP has is correct for OS X 10.5 Leopard, which is evidently
+ 338210 [drbrain segm] This checks the URI

^ Ruby enhancement suggestion
338121 [p.witty gmai] I'm fairly certain this isn't the proper place to suggestion minor
+ 338122 [vjoel path.b] h = {:a => 1, :b => 2, :c => 3}
| 338126 [p.witty gmai] That is indeed nice and compact.  Thanks Joel!!  That'll do quite nicely
| 338127 [Rob AgileCon] Before the other replies, I was thinking that you just wanted
+ 338123 [djberg96 gma] Pretty print might suit your needs.

^ [ANN] MagickWand for Ruby 0.1.0
338124 [TimHunter nc] I've just uploaded the first beta release of MagickWand for Ruby, my new

^ Re: MagickWand for Ruby 0.1.0
338125 [shevegen lin] Why was MagickWand created?
338205 [TimHunter nc] Well, I didn't think that my "motivation" would make any difference to

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338129 [sreekanth360] visit the link http://www.downloadtelugumoviez.blogspot.com to

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^ ruby2c?
338131 [rogerpack200] I tried to get ruby2c working recently and none of the files in the
338243 [rogerpack200] I tried to get ruby2c working recently and none of the files in the
338280 [kyleaschmitt] I did eventually get it working once, but I forget how I did it (and
338606 [rogerpack200] I did see some recent github commits to try and bring it up to 1.9

^ How do I access a my :include data in my Ruby SQL results
338132 [junk dustinb] Two tables -- one of authors, one of books
+ 338138 [b.candler po] Rails (the web framework) is not the same as Ruby (the programming
+ 338143 [mark thomasz] Agreed that it is better to use the Rails list/group. But you probably

^ Intel's Atom processors exposed
338134 [whatnext gma] First thing Tuesday morning and Intel is showing off it's new Atoms =96

^ [ANN] nfc 1.0.0 Released
338135 [aaron tender] nfc version 1.0.0 has been released!

^ <, >, and ranges in a case statement.
338141 [toastkid.wil] I feel like this should be simple but i can't figure it out.
+ 338142 [b.candler po] Simplest solution is to use a Range with extreme bounds, or use an if
| + 338144 [shortcutter ] I've attached a similar but more general approach - and a few others as wel=
| | 338146 [toastkid.wil] thanks for your in-depth answer robert!  i'll chew over that.  but, in
| + 338145 [toastkid.wil] Wow, that's a lot more complicated than i thought.  I think for the sake
| | 338147 [b.candler po] when (13...18).include? age
| | 338148 [toastkid.wil] Good point, thanks :)  i guess you meant (25..50) for the last one :)
| | 338152 [b.candler po] Yeah, you can tell I copy-pasted it from the line above :-)
| + 338167 [no spam.plea] 65..(1/0.0)
|   338168 [toastkid.wil] haha, i thought about that but it seemed kind of crazy.  It surprises me
|   + 338169 [toastkid.wil] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
|   + 338170 [flo andersgr] I guess that is because there are actually 2 infinities and both are
|   + 338195 [mark thomasz] Interesting... you can assign it to a constant.
|     338196 [imphasing gm] That's an interesting idea.. I can see an opportunity for a great deal of
|     338202 [toastkid.wil] By the way, this is a real good way to lock up your cpu, i just
+ 338149 [fred lacave.] As the others pointed out, there's no easy way to do what you want to.

^ Modules and importing them/their namespace?
338151 [markus fisch] I haven't found anything so far, so probably it doesn't exist and I'm
338153 [stefano.croc] FinallyMyClass = MyModule::HasSubmodile::AndAnotherOne::FinallyMyClass
338158 [markus fisch] I don't think so, as it does not make the current scope aware of
338160 [stefano.croc] Sorry, I think I misunderstood your question. I thought you only wanted to use
338162 [markus fisch] I haven't though about that, I will look into it. Still have to get used
338173 [gwtmp01 mac.] I just wanted to point out that require and include are two very

^ [ANN] Ramaze 2009.06
338154 [m.fellinger ] The Ramaze development team is happy to announce version 2009.06 of Ramaze, the

^ not to allow previous page
338155 [mailtorajuit] 1.....i my webapplication after logout i dont want to disply the previos
+ 338156 [srijayanth g] 1) I want to be a Beatle
+ 338161 [b.candler po] If this is a question about web applications work in general, for
  338164 [srijayanth g] More importantly, please frame the questions well. Regardless of where you

^ [ANN] Localmemcache-0.4.1: A persistent key-value database based on mmap()'ed shared memory.
338159 [schween snaf] I've just released localmemcache-0.4.1.  It brings fixes for compilation

^ Rubygems
338163 [jdezenzio gm] I have a curious question...
+ 338165 [jdezenzio gm] I think I might have figured out my own answer, possibly.  In case this
| + 338176 [rogerpack200] Interesting.  For me if I have ruby's in different locations but I cd
| | 338177 [jdezenzio gm] Yeah, it was strange but I can confirm that the behavior did in fact
| + 338204 [luislavena g] RubyGems gem commands and Ruby ones are using @"ruby" to refer to the
|   338207 [jdezenzio gm] I tested with 3 different installations and you are correct.  It listed
|   338211 [jdezenzio gm] In addition,
|   + 338229 [luislavena g] While a monolitic setup/installer sounds tempting, I'm against those.
|   + 338276 [rogerpack200] Might be useful for some people. I could host it [however, as Luis
|     338288 [jdezenzio gm] I agree with both of you to some extent - installers are pre-defined and
+ 338213 [drbrain segm] Do not do this, it breaks ruby.
  + 338216 [jdezenzio gm] I'm not sure I follow you are maybe you are misunderstanding me.  There
  + 338227 [luislavena g] =A0

^ (pas de sujet)
338166 [lolveley yah] unsubscribe

^ Failing tests from Mechanize gem
338174 [jayeola gmai] Chaps,
338178 [aaron tender] You should send them to me.  I am the maintainer.  The only problem is

^ Lose 45 lbs in just 30 days easily !
338179 [inuvin101 gm] Lose 45 lbs in just 30 days easily !

^ Proc in ruby 1.8.6 and 1.8.7
338180 [robert.panko] pr = Proc.new do |arg, &block|
338184 [b.candler po] Yes, that's what you need - to pass the block as an explicit argument.

^ convert 2D array to cute text table with | pipes ?
338181 [phlip2005 gm] I have only started googling I will report back here what I find or write.
338186 [b.candler po] Have a look at Ruport's text table rendering code
338188 [phlip2005 gm] txbut - I should'a made clear I have no mandate to install a whole new library.
338262 [mark thomasz] make it any shorter/cleaner/DRYer. I think your code is fairly DRY

^ invoke a event in ruby/tk
338182 [jesussalas18] here is the problem.
338240 [nagai ai.kyu] For example,
338244 [jesussalas18] require "tk"
338250 [nagai ai.kyu] I see.
338325 [jesussalas18] Thanks, is what I was expecting

^ Re: nfc 1.0.0 Released
338183 [sunaku gmail] Seems like the NFC class includes Singleton, correct?
+ 338185 [b.candler po] Module functions are good for this too.
+ 338198 [aaron tender] That would create a new instance of the object as soon as the gem is
  338220 [sunaku gmail] In that case, use Kernel#autoload to load your library only when the NFC
  338221 [drbrain segm] You have to require 'nfc' to get the autoload, so this won't work.
  338241 [sunaku gmail] sun@yantram ~/tmp> cat nfc.rb
  338254 [ryand-ruby z] yes... but you have to put that autoload SOMEWHERE. Otherwise, what's
  338277 [sunaku gmail] Ah, I see now.
  338310 [ryand-ruby z] I assure you that hostility would be offering you MY boner if you

^ Botched apt stuff trying to check out source...??
338189 [xeno.campano] root@leopard:~# apt-get source libldap-ruby1.8
338190 [xeno.campano] Doh.  Sorry, I got it.

^ Error While Install Gem
338194 [nabusman gma] I am trying to install Mechanize on a WinXP machine, and I am getting
338212 [drbrain segm] What was the full error?
338217 [nabusman gma] Install required dependency nokogiri? [Yn]  y
338218 [drbrain segm] I think this went away with RubyGems 0.9.5
338222 [nabusman gma] ruby 1.8.6 (2007-09-24 patchlevel 111) [i386-mswin32]
338223 [nabusman gma] Thanks. Updating Gems...
338225 [nabusman gma] Yup, that solved it, thanks. What is weird is that the
338226 [drbrain segm] The latest one-click is newer than ruby 1.8.6p111, you either found an
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