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339665-340619 subjects 340038-345706

^ Gemini game engine 1.0.0
339858 [logustus gma] charset=US-ASCII;
339861 [shawn42 gmai] Congrats Logan; I know how much work you've put into this.  I can't wait to

^ [ANN] rspec 1.2.7 Released
339863 [dchelimsky g] rspec-1.2.7 has been released!

^ [ANN] rspec-rails 1.2.7 Released
339864 [dchelimsky g] rspec-rails-1.2.7 has been released!
339872 [dchelimsky g] I just pushed 1.2.7.1 to fix a bug in "script/generate rspec". Please

^ How to submit a form and get response content
339865 [edmondye qq.] I have a login page,it includes a form,this form includes two text,one

^ how to extract domain name without sub domain from url
339867 [chem.leakhin] Does anyone know how to extract domain name without sub domain from url?
339882 [justincollin] This is actually quite difficult, because there is a multitude of
339887 [shortcutter ] We can get better results by ignoring particular known domain prefixes

^ Ruby Installer - One-Click contest voting is now open!
339868 [luislavena g] I'm glad to inform that voting for One-Click Ruby Installer website
+ 339891 [hramrach cen] And also acceptance of new designs closed.
+ 339912 [rogerpack200] is html/sass available for each design, but we only get to see the
  339952 [luislavena g] 1. Once design is approved, both hompages and inner page needs to be

^ Threads + Forks in Ruby 1.9.1p129
339870 [matthew.hinm] Hey All,
339908 [rogerpack200] Maybe it doesn't copy the threads over right or something?
339910 [matthew.hinm] I'm wondering if this text might have something to do with it (from
339922 [eleanor game] POSIX threads are managed by the kernel rather than the process, hence
339930 [rogerpack200] Thread.new { puts 'hello'; loop { sleep 1; puts 'in 1' +
339934 [eleanor game] Thank goodness for that. Whilst I much prefer the idea of a forked

^ Execute Ruby script over HTTP protocol as Java Script
339871 [karthick1983] Am a newbie to this Ruby forum. I need a strong help from you people
339881 [rubfor recit] Just to clarify what you're asking - do you want to put a Ruby program
339888 [karthick1983] Thank you so much ... Exactly ... What i was thinking is, the Ruby
+ 339894 [rubfor recit] I'll start the ball rolling by suggesting you don't try and run Ruby but
| 339895 [karthick1983] Thank you Mike ...
| 339926 [imphasing gm] If you really insist on writing Ruby to execute in the browser, you could
| 339998 [karthick1983] Thank for your reply. But i am new to Ruby world. I need to start from
| 340141 [bbxx789_05ss] Generally, you can't do what you want.  You can download a browser onto
| + 340150 [eleanor game] HotRuby provides a YARV implementation in JavaScript and Red (http://wonderfullyflawed.com/2008/10/13/red-40-a-full-ruby-runtime-in-your-browser/
| | 340152 [karthick1983] Thank you Ellie ... I will try it and i let you know.
| + 340166 [rubfor recit] Just learning javascript
+ 340135 [mark thomasz] I would suggest Yahoo's BrowserPlus (http://browserplus.yahoo.com/)
  340137 [botpena gmai] in ruby (http://browserplus.yahoo.com/demos/photodrop/intro).

^ Multibyte and Gems
339873 [martinhess m] I've tracked down a problem with a Gem I am trying to use. It turns =20
339879 [drbrain segm] /opt/local/lib/ruby1.9/gems/1.9.1/gems/webby-0.9.4/=20
339911 [martinhess m] So is it considered best practice to put an encoding comment at the =20
340136 [m.fellinger ] ng
340205 [drbrain segm] multiruby_setup the_usual # only once

^ [ANN] backpack-journal 1.1.0 Released
339874 [jbarnette gm] backpack-journal version 1.1.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] lather 1.4.0 Released
339875 [jbarnette gm] lather version 1.4.0 has been released!
339900 [tim.pease gm] <shameless_self_promotion>

^ [ANN] pastejour 1.2.0 Released
339876 [jbarnette gm] pastejour version 1.2.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] nokogiri 1.3.2 Released
339877 [aaron tender] nokogiri version 1.3.2 has been released!

^ How do I find overlaps between two Ruby Runt patterns?
339880 [amit.rawal y] I am developing a Google like calendar on Rails and am using Runt to

^ [ANN] hoe-git 1.0.0 Released
339883 [jbarnette gm] hoe-git version 1.0.0 has been released!

^ ruby datetime
339890 [sriram.varah] # 2 days ago
+ 339892 [ shot hot.pl] time3 =3D time1 + 48 * 3600
+ 339893 [rick.denatal] time3 =3D Time.local(time2.year, time2.month, time2.mday, time1.hour,
+ 339899 [phasis gmail] time3 =3D Time.at(time2.to_i/86400*86400+time1.to_f%86400)

^ Qwicky 0.0.2 -- a REALLY small wiki
339896 [karottenreib] Qwicky
339897 [robert.dober] AFAIK there is no known cure.
339898 [karottenreib] Too bad, I'll just have to go on then, I guess *g*

^ Is it the ruby way to implement #downto
339904 [chen_li3 yah] I wonder if the following code is the ruby way to implement
339915 [skye.shaw gm] Well, I'd hope that creating 3 unnecessary objects wouldn't be deemed
+ 339919 [chen_li3 yah] I do it this way using each().
| 339921 [dblack rubyp] def my_downto(n)
| 339935 [chen_li3 yah] Thank you so much,
+ 339920 [dblack rubyp] This message is in MIME format.  The first part should be readable text,

^ HTML dom
339907 [victor.tanvu] I'm trying to build a HTML page indexer in ruby and I'd like to be able
+ 339916 [shortcutter ] No.
| 339923 [victor.tanvu] Thanks for the help. I've decided to go for Hipricot and it works rather
+ 339918 [skye.shaw gm] On Jun 23, 8:55=A0am, Victor Tanvuia <victor.tanv...@tantanprod.com>
  339938 [shortcutter ] Why do you say that?  REXML provides an XML DOM in similar ways as other
  + 339945 [aaron tender] The libxml2 c library has contained a correcting HTML processor since it's
  + 339948 [mark thomasz] Whoa... and right after you recommended the libxml-based Nokogiri.
  | 340003 [shortcutter ] you and Aaron for the update!  Skye seemed to suggest XML tools only
  + 340144 [skye.shaw gm] Not sure what you mean by similar. Similar in that there is a tree of

^ [ANN] centralized rubygems rdocs site
339931 [rogerpack200] I am pleased to announce the release of my site that has the rdocs for
+ 339932 [james.britt ] How much disk space does this take?
+ 339933 [x-ruby-lang ] Good idea, I always hated googling for gem rdocs all over the web, and

^ Re: centralized rubygems rdocs site
339936 [rogerpack200] lemme check

^ [ANN] hoe-git 1.1.0 Released
339939 [jbarnette gm] hoe-git version 1.1.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] Autorake
339943 [lists bertra] unwilling to read generated makefiles or to learn Gnu Automake

^ [ANN] Lone Star Ruby Conference 2009 Registration is Now Open
339947 [jimfreeze gm] Howdy

^ decoding utf-8 on rails
339949 [ytbryan gmai] i tried using html_helpers and it doesn't seems to work properly on my
339950 [ytbryan gmai] pardon. i just realised it works. thanks

^ [ANN] hoe 2.3.0 Released
339953 [ryand-ruby z] hoe version 2.3.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] hoe-seattlerb 1.1.1 Released
339954 [ryand-ruby z] hoe-seattlerb version 1.1.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] minitest 1.4.1 Released
339955 [ryand-ruby z] minitest version 1.4.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] minitest 1.4.1 Released
339956 [ryand-ruby z] minitest version 1.4.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] minitest_tu_shim 1.3.1 Released
339957 [ryand-ruby z] minitest_tu_shim version 1.3.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] RubyInline 3.8.2 Released
339958 [ryand-ruby z] RubyInline version 3.8.2 has been released!

^ [ANN] sexp_processor 3.0.2 Released
339959 [ryand-ruby z] sexp_processor version 3.0.2 has been released!

^ [ANN] ParseTree 3.0.4 Released
339960 [ryand-ruby z] ParseTree version 3.0.4 has been released!

^ [ANN] ruby_parser 2.0.3 Released
339961 [ryand-ruby z] ruby_parser version 2.0.3 has been released!

^ [ANN] ruby2ruby 1.2.3 Released
339962 [ryand-ruby z] ruby2ruby version 1.2.3 has been released!

^ [ANN] event_hook 1.0.1 Released
339963 [ryand-ruby z] event_hook version 1.0.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] heckle 1.4.3 Released
339964 [ryand-ruby z] heckle version 1.4.3 has been released!

^ [ANN] flog 2.1.1 Released
339965 [ryand-ruby z] flog version 2.1.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] flay 1.3.0 Released
339966 [ryand-ruby z] flay version 1.3.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] vlad 1.4.0 Released
339967 [ryand-ruby z] vlad version 1.4.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] gauntlet 1.1.0 Released
339968 [ryand-ruby z] gauntlet version 1.1.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] forkify 0.0.1 Released
339969 [matthew.hinm] forkify version 0.0.1 has been released!

^ But wait! There's more!!! Just 3 easy payments of eleventy dollars! pew pew pew!
339971 [ryand-ruby z] dinner break is over... back to the "grind"!
340060 [DekuDekuplex] Whew -- glad I checked the author before adding the sender to my spam
+ 340070 [eleanor game] I had to dig that one out of my spam folder. I guess "3 easy payments"
| 340101 [ryand-ruby z] clearly it was "eleventy" and "pew pew pew". sure signs of spam.
| 340109 [eleanor game] surely that was just a typo for "twelvety"... local spam for local
+ 340114 [robert.dober] Do you mean they do *not* go to the SPAM folder?????
  340138 [DekuDekuplex] I don't trust Bayesian filtering, so I prefer not to use it.

^ [ANN] ruby2c 1.0.0.6 Released
339972 [ryand-ruby z] ruby2c version 1.0.0.6 has been released!

^ [ANN] zenprofile 1.1.0 Released
339973 [ryand-ruby z] zenprofile version 1.1.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] wilson 1.1.1 Released
339974 [ryand-ruby z] wilson version 1.1.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] Sipper 2.0.0 Released
339975 [rubylearner ] Project : http://http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=3D7001
340052 [eleanor game] The overview would be more helpful if it started with a description of

^ [ANN] image_science 1.2.0 Released
339976 [ryand-ruby z] image_science version 1.2.0 has been released!
339997 [tony medioh.] Yay, the one glaring omission from the API has been resolved.

^ [ANN] png 1.2.0 Released
339977 [ryand-ruby z] png version 1.2.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] un 1.0.1 Released
339978 [ryand-ruby z] un version 1.0.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] change_class 1.0.1 Released
339979 [ryand-ruby z] change_class version 1.0.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] ZenTest 4.1.3 Released
339980 [ryand-ruby z] ZenTest version 4.1.3 has been released!

^ Re: [Ruby] [ANN] ZenTest 4.1.3 Released
339981 [ryand-ruby z] ...

^ THREE HUNDRED!
339982 [ryand-ruby z] I just finished my release flood and we cracked release #300!
+ 339983 [xeno.campano] Isn't that kind-of bad netiquette?  Perhaps you are half kidding.  Sorry if I
| + 339984 [tony medioh.] Yeah, screw you zenspider, stop releasing software, I hate it :)
| + 339985 [ryand-ruby z] *woosh*
| | 339988 [jbarnette gm] st
| | + 339989 [tomcloyd com] Yeah, really. And you think yourself a programmer. I myself never write
| | + 339990 [ymendel pobo] John,
| | | 340081 [phlip2005 gm] *whoosh!*
| | | 340085 [ben bleythin] irony += 1
| | + 339994 [minilith gma] While all those packages are outstanding and/or ground-breaking, I
| | | + 339995 [tony medioh.] I prefer new and interesting packages to well-known and essential packages.
| | | | 340027 [hramrach cen] s.
| | | | 340032 [robert.dober] es.
| | | | 340063 [james graypr] Me too.  It's one of the reasons I stick around.  There's still no
| | | | 340069 [eleanor game] Well there's always this list...
| | | | 340071 [james graypr] Maybe I misunderstood.  I thought RT stood for Ruby Talk.  Thus, I was
| | | | + 340072 [charles.john] Cheers--
| | | | + 340073 [eleanor game] No, my mistake. I read that as 'great' rather than 'greater'.
| | | |   340115 [robert.dober] as
| | | |   340117 [eleanor game] Oh no, any time is a good time to eat biscuits - doubly so if there's
| | | + 339996 [tomcloyd com] NO. You want to talk to the largest crowd. It's a marketing problem. ~t.
| | | + 339999 [ryand-ruby z] oh.
| | | | 340012 [minilith gma] Approved. Yet, I'd prefer a dedicated ruby-announcements list that
| | | | 340014 [jbarnette gm] Seems like you could pretty easily filter this stuff yourself, since
| | | | 340040 [minilith gma] Unfortunately, Google Groups don't have filters. Neither has the ruby
| | | | + 340042 [hramrach cen] Google software sucks ;-)
| | | | + 340078 [matt harpsta] But you can filter email which comes to your gmail account--
| | | + 340006 [drbrain segm] Sorry, release announcements have been happening here for years.
| | + 340010 [gmane auxbus] Yup, and 300+ is just "bloat". Can't you wrap them up in a single
| + 340018 [xeno.campano] Yes, though I don't like the traffic, I was more pointing out the unabashed
| | + 340020 [ryand-ruby z] what are you responding to? ... your own email?
| | | 340026 [gethemant gm] You still want this one?
| | | 340033 [ryand-ruby z] HAHAHA! hell yeah!
| | | + 340037 [robert.dober] Huh? Is anybody there? It was almost like hearing voices.
| | | + 340048 [gethemant gm] Sent!
| | + 340023 [hramrach cen] st
| + 340080 [phlip2005 gm] ...
|   340102 [ryand-ruby z] hahaha! yes, that's exactly what I'm doing!
+ 340004 [botpena gmai] lol :)
+ 340076 [matt harpsta] I take it, since you've cracked 300, you're on the side of Xerces?
| + 340082 [codeblogger ] 2009/6/24 Matthew K. Williams <matt@harpstar.com>
| + 340103 [ryand-ruby z] scissor me timbers!
+ 340119 [aaron tender] I think that if we all work together, and believe in ourselves, we can
  + 340126 [jbarnette gm] As I don't have an effective way to filter messages in this forum, I'd
  + 340128 [eleanor game] Now I'm wondering if there's some kind of icky co-dependency thing
    340131 [ruby-ml kitt] Yes. An icky, delicious thing-dependency.

^ How to close socket with eventmachine?
339986 [di3go.bernar] How can i close a socket with eventmachine?
340089 [rogerpack200] close connection should work like a champ.  you might repost to the EM

^ [ANN] production_log_analyzer 1.5.1 Released
339987 [drbrain segm] production_log_analyzer version 1.5.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] zenweb 2.18.0 Released
339991 [ryand-ruby z] zenweb version 2.18.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] zenweb 2.18.1 Released
339992 [ryand-ruby z] zenweb version 2.18.1 has been released!

^ gem libray name conflict problem
339993 [phasis gmail] When I saw "require 'inline'" in a ruby file, I thought the gem is
340000 [ryand-ruby z] I think I've talked to them before about that. I came first. :)
340005 [phasis gmail] Thanks, but I want remote search.
342106 [drbrain segm] There's no easy way to implement a remote `gem which`.

^ How to connect to SpatiaLite, a spatial enabled sqlite3 db?
340007 [janmartin3 g] I am a beginner making a decision on what programing language I spent
340009 [drbrain segm] From your python code below, it seems to be plain old SQL.
340016 [janmartin3 g] I gave it a try.
340021 [drbrain segm] Don't top post.
340025 [janmartin3 g] I am a beginner, so I do not know how to load extensions in ruby.
340030 [ryand-ruby z] that's a plain DB execute with a select statement to load spatialite.
340039 [janmartin3 g] #!/usr/bin/env ruby
340041 [ryand-ruby z] "not authorized" via line 8 of your script (the load_extension part).

^ Re: smtp - from field shows up blank in client
340008 [2006hz13084 ] I am facing a unique problem. Even though I am setting all the
340011 [phasis gmail] msgstr =3D <<EOF
340015 [2006hz13084 ] Thank you very much for the prompt reply. That worked ..

^ Ruby 1.9.1, HTTP and Encodings
340017 [hannes.wyss ] I'm running into a "Encoding::CompatibilityError: incompatible

^ [ANN] flog 2.1.2 Released
340019 [ryand-ruby z] flog version 2.1.2 has been released!
343084 [ymendel pobo] Is flog v2.1.2 supposed to work?

^ Time for a ruby-announce list?
340022 [transfire gm] We are seeing a lot or release announcements among the regular posts
+ 340024 [gethemant gm] How?
| + 340029 [ryand-ruby z] Double Dog Dare you. :P
| | 340035 [robert.dober] Nice one ;).
| + 340043 [transfire gm] Increasing the concentration/orientation of list toward Ruby issues,
|   + 340047 [ryand-ruby z] and yet we should go out of our way to set up an entire mailing list
|   | 340049 [robert.dober] I have no idea if you should ;). I would like it though as soon as the
|   | 340055 [DekuDekuplex] Actually, there already seems to be a gmane.comp.lang.ruby.announce
|   + 340053 [gethemant gm] That concentration/orientation thing is just overrated. That utopia of
+ 340028 [ryand-ruby z] Not counting my latest flood of releases, there are 40 announcements
| 340050 [transfire gm] First, I think 8%-13% is a good bit. But more to the point, it could
+ 340031 [billk cts.co] if Subject contains "[ANN]"
| 340036 [robert.dober] Now that is a philosophical question, personally I prefer to filter on
| 340056 [billk cts.co] Reliable in theory... :)
| 340058 [DekuDekuplex] In that case, why not establish a custom of starting discussion of
+ 340034 [mo_mail ongh] I'd have to vote No!  I think a Ruby Talk list is perfectly the correct
| 340051 [transfire gm] While "announce" indicates a one way form of speech, unlike "talk", I
| 340074 [mo_mail ongh] I guess you're right - it really depends.  The way I see it, it keeps
+ 340059 [dominikho gm] I personally never had a feeling off "Duh, what are all the questions
+ 340067 [gregory.t.br] So far, basically unused.   Easier just to filter on [ANN] tag.
| 340095 [rick.denatal] So in a year or so this has 26 threads and 28 posts.
| 340097 [gregory.t.br] I agree.  It seemed like a good idea at the time and didn't catch on.
| 340098 [eleanor game] Let's face it, we're still not that big a community and until there's
+ 340075 [Usenet Googl] We already have not one, but *two* such lists. What do you think a
| 340079 [transfire gm] On Jun 24, 9:30=A0am, J=F6rg W Mittag <JoergWMittag+Use...@GoogleMail.Com>
+ 340088 [rogerpack200] +1
| + 340105 [james.britt ] James Britt
| + 340110 [drbrain segm] However, a significant fraction of gem authors forget to put
| + 340111 [ymendel pobo] Considering it should take you less than 30 seconds to make a gmail
|   340113 [robert.dober] I have enough of them,
|   340116 [gregory.t.br] Man, I really wish there was a parallel universe where you and Trans
|   + 340118 [robert.dober] pened
|   + 340120 [ryand-ruby z] I love you so much.
|   + 340121 [aaron tender] loop do
|   | 340123 [robert.dober] 100, are you mad, much too long
|   + 340125 [jbarnette gm] pened
|   + 340143 [transfire gm] pened
|     340188 [caduceass gm] The thing though, too though is, effectively attracting new and
+ 340133 [tony medioh.] I came to ruby-talk to make a release announcement, and stayed for the
  340140 [minilith gma] IMHO most discussions related to announcements begin like "Sounds
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