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342735-346125 subjects 343136-344290

^ Modifying Struct members
342935 [ymendel pobo] Is it possible to modify the members of a Struct class once it's been
+ 342937 [justincollin] -Justin
| 342940 [ymendel pobo] ruct.html
| + 342941 [drbrain segm] What gem?  You can't submit a patch?  Contact the author?
| | 342948 [ymendel pobo] It's the freshbooks gem, and I haven't had luck with the author.
| + 343019 [ninja slapha] It doesn't. The fact that you can monkeypatch at all makes me very happy to be
+ 342947 [ryand-ruby z] I know this makes me a really bad person for doing this... but hey...
  342962 [ryand-ruby z] #!/usr/bin/ruby -w
  342968 [mental rydia] ...am I missing something, or don't you also need to reallocate the
  342973 [drbrain segm] That part is done in ruby code using Array#<<

^ ruby-debug for Ruby 1.9 released
342939 [mark fast-so] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
342990 [rogerpack200] Many thanks.  Now I can use 1.9 and not feel sorry for myself :)

^ gem list -r -d    *** generates  Error***  on  http://gems.github.com
342942 [jhs408 gmail] I receive and error trying to list the details of
+ 342945 [luislavena g] Please provide the output of gem with --debug and -V options enabled
+ 342966 [drbrain segm] $ rm -r ~/.gem/specs/gems.github.com%80/
  343049 [jhs408 gmail] 0.4.gem...
  343070 [ryand-ruby z] nope. the gem index in tainted. until the github gem repository is

^ [ANN] fast_xs 0.7.2 Released
342943 [normalperson] fast_xs version 0.7.2 has been released!

^ Re: Bytestream parsing in Ruby
342944 [   me ell.io] Thanks to everybody involved here, I now have a great solution that

^ [libxml]: Can't find nodes using XPath, namespaces mess
342949 [stan wozniak] I am having problems accessing elements in the XML documents using
+ 342971 [matt_neuburg] Have your run your XML thru a validator? That semicolon looks invalid to
+ 343057 [aaron tender] ^^^^^ That says that all nodes inside this document (if not explicitly

^ Ruby-net-ldap fail
342952 [brgsousa gma] I am using ruby-net-ldap to connect to a Active Directory server.
342956 [ben bleythin] Likely because the server wants a full DN and ruby-net-ldap is
+ 342957 [damnbigman g] In my experience you need to provide account@full.base.of.user.dn as the
+ 342958 [brabuhr gmai] In an Active Directory environment you can also use the user's UPN
  + 342960 [damnbigman g] Yep, UPN that's the term I couldn't remember so constructed with written
  + 342961 [ben bleythin] Ahh cool. I've never really worked with AD except to sync it with
    343094 [brgsousa gma] I got it working with ruby-ldap.
    343095 [ben bleythin] Yes, as mentioned before you need to provide the full path (DN) or
    343096 [brgsousa gma] Is it a library limitation? Or it really should work like this?
    + 343097 [ben bleythin] No, this is How LDAP Works=99.  Remember that Active Directory is like
    + 343099 [damnbigman g] You are forgetting that when you log into a Windows computer you have to
    + 343112 [brabuhr gmai] You could provide your own function to search the tree based

^ [ANN] fast_xs 0.7.3 Released
342953 [normalperson] fast_xs version 0.7.3 has been released!

^ (newbie question) gem
342954 [tsakai gallo] charset="iso-8859-1"
342963 [keburgett gm] I had trouble with gem on 64 bit linux systems in the past.  I had to resort
342965 [tsakai gallo] charset="iso-8859-1"
342967 [drbrain segm] This is correct.  You need to install RubyGems in each ruby

^ debugging messages from a daemon program
342959 [oudeis nodom] I'm developing a daemon written in Ruby and in the course of development I
+ 342964 [keburgett gm] I just did some development on a daemon, and I understand your pain.
| 342978 [b.candler po] The ENV hash is the OS environment. It's only supposed to contain
+ 342977 [b.candler po] Why? A global variable is global - it should be visible from any file.

^ [ANN] looksee 0.0.2 Released
342969 [george.ogata] looksee version 0.0.2 has been released!

^ JRuby, ffi, bad file descriptor
342970 [djberg96 gma] JRuby 1.3.1
343036 [headius head] Hmm, did you post this to JRuby dev list or ruby-ffi list yet? Could
343067 [djberg96 gma] e.
343069 [headius head] Got the source of that temp.rb handy? It looks like it's passing a
343075 [djberg96 gma] require 'ffi'
343081 [headius head] Ahhh. Yeah I see the problem.
+ 343083 [eleanor game] I'd be interested in support for that as well if it's possible: a lot
+ 343092 [djberg96 gma] Ok, that's unfortunate.
  343098 [Usenet Googl] The mapping for Ruby Classes in JRuby is Foo -> org.jruby.RubyFoo, so

^ Re: : Can't find nodes using XPath, namespaces mess
342972 [mark thomasz] As Matt said, the document is not well-formed XML. Try adding the
342982 [stan wozniak] <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
342998 [matt_neuburg] s = <<END
343058 [aaron tender] Wow.  These results are just wrong.  This is a bug in REXML.  In XPath,
343068 [matt_neuburg] Thanks for spotting that. I must have removed the namespace and then put

^ Re: Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 Released
342980 [rogerpack200] Should the links on
+ 343003 [luislavena g] Not until there are actual files being uploaded to garbagecollect
+ 343007 [james graypr] I've updated the 1.9.1 patch release link.
  343062 [rogerpack200] Thanks James.

^ Re: Timeout errors using Net::HTTP on Windows
342983 [rogerpack200] Anybody know if this was ever fixed? I'm unable to recreate it currently
342999 [james graypr] James Edward Gray II

^ Yet another MySQL issue on WinXP
342989 [mmx38 msn.co] I know that my questions will NOT be answered even thogh are pretty
+ 342991 [jcoglan goog] If you're using mysql, you should have the following in your
| 342992 [mmx38 msn.co] I just recreate a new my_app project like this..
| 342996 [mmx38 msn.co] Let me notice some things that may are not right..
+ 343001 [luislavena g] has been created for people getting started with Ruby and Rails on
  343005 [mmx38 msn.co] Thanx man for the help!
  343009 [mmx38 msn.co] I just wanted to say thank you one more time!

^ Re: Fwd: ruby_frame in 1.8 is what in 1.9?
342995 [mark fast-so] My best guess: try GET_THREAD()->cfp->self. That's probably not going to
343010 [jameskilton ] I'll take a look at ruby_debug for sure, but for more information, here's
343011 [mark fast-so] Oh, it's just a test for equality. Try what I suggested; it might work.
343013 [jameskilton ] I will, once I can get this thing built. What is the deal with Ruby 1.9.1 /
+ 343015 [mark fast-so] Roger's opened up a ticket on it. Hopefully the core team will fix.
+ 343077 [rogerpack200] One option would be to create a "ruby sources" gem that includes the
  343078 [jameskilton ] I like the idea for sure, though I doubt we need the entire source, just all
  343082 [rogerpack200] An excellent idea.  I'll probably work on a gem for it saturday [or if
  343089 [jameskilton ] I'm think that to start it does hard coding and with a fallback so that

^ Syntax error from element.rb
342997 [grimble nosp] Not a regular Ruby developer.
343000 [TimHunter nc] svg << %| textLength="#{@}"|   if @length
343002 [grimble nosp] Tim, thanks for a quick reply.
343014 [TimHunter nc] I don't see why not. The developer will probably thank you for it.

^ BlueFeather 0.30 released
343004 [rubyist morp] I have released BlueFeather 0.30. This software is extended Markdown converter

^ using git for projects with multiple gems on rubyforge
343006 [vjoel path.b] Some rubyforge projects release more than one sequence of gems.
343028 [jeremy hineg] I think I started using github before rubyforge offered git repos, so that's
343216 [vjoel path.b] That's probably what I'll do for now

^ [QUIZ] Dwarf Name Generator (#216)
343016 [yahivin gmai] -=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=

^ [ANN] hitimes 1.0.4 Released
343021 [jeremy hineg] {{ Release notes for Version 1.0.4 }}

^ [ANN] amalgalite 0.10.1 Released
343022 [jeremy hineg] amalgalite version 0.10.1 has been released.

^ Download file, allow cookies
343023 [fedekiller g] the required image it downloads an image which says "Allow Cookies".

^ [ANN] tyrantmanager 1.0.9 Released
343030 [jeremy hineg] tyrantmanager version 1.0.9 has been released.

^ build array from interval and duration
343031 [jason.lillyw] Is there a shorter way to build an array based on an interval and
343032 [dominikho gm] irb(main):004:0> 0.step(10, 0.5).to_a
343035 [jason.lillyw] That's great. Thank you.

^ ffi, struct pointer question
343033 [djberg96 gma] I've recently been trying to port some C code over to FFI. I'm trying
343039 [chust web.de] the gr_mem member of the group structure is a NULL terminated array of
343040 [djberg96 gma] ead_pointer).null?)

^ RUBY vs COMMON LISP
343034 [fft1976 gmai] On Aug 1, 8:55=A0pm, p...@informatimago.com (Pascal J. Bourguignon)
+ 343037 [martindemell] Yes indeed. Ruby, thankfully, is designed to be nice to humans, not to pars=
+ 343038 [ibc aliax.ne] on
| 343042 [keburgett gm] This is a vapid, silly discussion.  Use whatever language you wish, but
+ 343066 [fft1976 gmai] *******
  343072 [pjb informat] I specified a syntactic reader.  Not just a reader.  READ-SEQUENCE, or
  + 343073 [robert.dober] I personally think that LISP is beautiful and LISP code is ugly(1), I
  | 343085 [karottenreib] sometimes i just wish i had that big red delete button to remove endless,
  | + 343088 [vjoel path.b] *poof* Look, it's Godwin!
  | | 343104 [lojicdotcom ] LOL
  | + 343090 [rick.denatal] Ah, how long has man debated the meaning of beauty, and truth for that matter?
  + 343117 [fft1976 gmai] On Aug 3, 1:19=A0am, p...@informatimago.com (Pascal J. Bourguignon)
    343118 [pavloveviden] Go away, troll.
    343119 [fft1976 gmai] ble
    + 343131 [minilith gma] IIRC you didn't parse ruby syntax in ruby. You thus didn't point out
    + 343133 [wuwei23 gmai] No, we don't like it when you try to drag comp.lang.python into

^ qtruby overrides "to_s" depending on user's LOCALES
343041 [ibc aliax.ne] =2D---------------------
+ 343043 [stefano.croc] as
| 343045 [ibc aliax.ne] Yes, after sending the mail I found the same thread :)
| 343047 [stefano.croc] nt
| 343048 [ibc aliax.ne] Thanks, I already saw this solution in the RubyForge thread. However I'm=20
+ 343044 [ibc aliax.ne] =2D-=20

^ [ANN] Call for Proposals for RubyConf 2009 talks is now open
343046 [dblack rubyp] As many of you know from Twitter and elsewhere, the Call for Proposals

^ does anyone have Ruby 1.9 64b for Windows working?
343050 [nick nick-br] The "one click installer" is great, but the Ruby website provides no
+ 343051 [luislavena g] Unless you're going intereacting with 64bits processes, services or
+ 343052 [thopre gmail] 2009/8/2 Nick Brown <nick@nick-brown.com>
  + 343060 [nick nick-br] Speed is important for this project, and it will have to run on Windows
  | + 343063 [nick nick-br] svn co ...
  | + 343064 [mguterl gmai] I'm not positive, but I think if you run `autoconf` in the checkout
  + 343061 [list.rb gmai] Do people not understand that in this day in age, not all software

^ Download free games
343053 [ravi.kabcd g] Free!!Free!!

^ Inconsistency in Array#[]
343054 [w.piekutowsk] behaviour. I want to understand why this design decision was made.
+ 343055 [dblack rubyp] The way I see it, the process short-circuits as soon as it realizes
+ 343059 [lists bertra] In the end, it is probably a matter of taste but I agree with you.
  343071 [lists bertra] Sorry! The least surprise of course would be
  343074 [list.push gm] Really?
  343108 [renard nc.rr] .html
  + 343109 [list.push gm] I am not expecting otherwise.
  + 343116 [lists bertra] taste and it's no more. The most weird thing would be to change
    343120 [wishdev gmai] Good evening,
    + 343122 [Rob AgileCon] Just take a look at the definition of blank? (and present?) from the
    | 343153 [b.candler po] I think that demonstrates a problem - there are different ideas of what
    | + 343159 [lists bertra] class Array ; def notempty? ; self if any? ; end ; end
    | + 343190 [vjoel path.b] but let's not make ruby more like javascript
    + 343146 [lists bertra] Several. Here are two. (The links do not work any more.)

^ SciTE Hangs with gets()
343056 [jvanalstine1] I'm new to ruby, and coming from a C++/C# world it would be wonderful if
+ 343065 [cmshea gmail] Ha.  I'm the one who said it was well-discussed.  If the problem is
| 343132 [jvanalstine1] I did try the things posted in that thread, but setting sync had no
+ 343076 [mark thomasz] Since you're obviously used to an IDE, why not try a Ruby IDE like

^ [ANN] Ruby Screencasts at RubyPulse.com
343080 [aaalex rubyp] RubyPulse episodes e0.1 and e0.2 have been released!

^ ANN: Sequel 3.3.0 Released
343086 [code jeremye] Sequel is a lightweight database access toolkit for Ruby.

^ Instant Rails Replacement?
343087 [fictionalper] Is there a standalone (non-installable) way to get Ruby to run?
+ 343091 [keburgett gm] I suggest you check out Heroku <http://heroku.com/>
| 343093 [david_v_wrig] I suggest you check out Heroku <http://heroku.com/>
| 343101 [fictionalper] I've been using that along with the tutorial, but I wanted to have a
+ 343107 [luislavena g] I can suggest the packages of One-Click Installer, that are 7zip
+ 343124 [headius head] Step 1: Unpack JRuby
  343149 [smithno saic] I also put JRuby "bin" directory in my path and I set a JRUBY_HOME

^ [OT] Good web design
343100 [b.candler po] Sorry for the OT, but I figure there must be other people on this list
+ 343102 [seanh1313 tx] Here is one that I like.  They change the articles but you can search for old ones from what I remember.
+ 343103 [tomcloyd com] Brian,
+ 343110 [howardrobert] that are absolutely stunning, yet standards complaint and accessible for

^ using rb_iseq_load
343105 [husam senuss] Is this API supported by ruby 1.9, I'm trying module to load pre-
343480 [rogerpack200] twould appear that that's the right way.

^ [ANN] ri_cal 0.7.5 Released
343106 [rick.denatal] ri_cal version 0.7.5 has been released!

^ Correctly upgrading ruby on MS Windows
343111 [calvin98115 ] streamlined way to upgrade Ruby. Presently I am on Ruby version 1.8.6
343115 [luislavena g] "Please note that some of the above binaries will require manual

^ Best way to implement animated chart in ruby
343113 [di3go.bernar] I need to implement a animated chart in ruby, im using gtk.
+ 343114 [james.britt ] If you're up for JRuby, there may be Swing components you could use.
+ 343134 [zyzygy telst] How about generating SVG (which is just xml) and displaying it using a
| 343160 [di3go.bernar] About web i can't, it need to be a desktop application, because the
| 343207 [logustus gma] Diego,
+ 343171 [brabuhr gmai] Have you looked at ruby-gnome2?  You may be able to use the same
+ 343209 [ryand-ruby z] One of the ex-seattle.rb members did some REALLY pretty realtime full

^ libxml in production
343121 [vince71 gmai] Loading production environment (Rails 2.3.3)
+ 343137 [eule space.c] If the return value of require is the issue then you don't have one ;).
| 343152 [vince71 gmai] No, unfortunately not.. I have a rake task that uses the vigetlabs-garb
+ 343200 [drbrain segm] Rails broke require*.  It didn't load libxml in either case.
  343573 [rsanheim gma] Have you opened a bug for this?
  343594 [ryand-ruby z] would it matter?
  343615 [rsanheim gma] The core team has gotten better with bugs like this.  Maybe they would

^ Inexistent instance variable value
343123 [mksm.sama gm] Howdy,
343341 [wisccal goog] It is by design.

^ The Easiest way to check if one array is a subset of another
343125 [superdisconn] I want to find the easiest way if one array is a subset of another
+ 343126 [superdisconn] Oop, i already found
+ 343127 [Gennady.Byst] PiAtLS0tLU9yaWdpbmFsIE1lc3NhZ2UtLS0tLQ0KPiBGcm9tOiBzdXBlcmRpc2Nvbm5lY3RAaG90

^ How to extract only needed attribute from an array
343128 [superdisconn] I have an object called Tags with id and name ==> [ tag.id , tag.name]
+ 343129 [Gennady.Byst] PiAtLS0tLU9yaWdpbmFsIE1lc3NhZ2UtLS0tLQ0KPiBGcm9tOiBzdXBlcmRpc2Nvbm5lY3RAaG90
+ 343130 [vjoel path.b] Is this how your array looks?
| 343140 [b.candler po] p a.map {|(id,name)| id }
| 343143 [superdisconn] Thank you for everyone
+ 343144 [shortcutter ] irb(main):001:0> Tag =3D Struct.new :id, :name

^ Kind of ParsTree for 1.9.1
343135 [macarui gmai] decided to try to convert YARV iseq's to Sexp's similar of those
+ 343158 [chust web.de] the Ruby 1.9.1p243 that I installed from source came with a library
| + 343176 [vikkous gmai] Hey, I've been wondering how one gets a tree out of ripper, or even if
| + 343177 [macarui gmai] Thomas, Thanks for you reply. I wish there was more info on ripper,
+ 343208 [ryand-ruby z] This is pretty awesome. It is gonna only get worse tho. :)
| 343222 [macarui gmai] Thanks for the suggestion Ryan! I don't have much time to hack nowadays
+ 343212 [tony medioh.] Yes
| 343220 [macarui gmai] Yeah it does but you need to pass it ruby source code not live objects.
| 343232 [headius head] require 'ripper'
| 343262 [b.candler po] I think that's the point :-) You *have* to pass it a String source for
| + 343495 [headius head] Yeah, what's wrong with that?
| | + 343497 [macarui gmai] I see the AST representation spitted by ParseTree as some sort of lisp
| | + 343504 [robert.dober] I guess if I could really chose I would like a switch, and would like
| |   343561 [Usenet Googl] Unfortunately, by then it will already be too late. There's nothing
| |   343562 [robert.dober] I am not sure I get you here, when I call ruby -a it surely would not
| |   345579 [headius head] The problem remains that ASTs may be different, or not even exist on
| + 343507 [usurffx gmai] One way to generate AST from live object is to use method_missing, which
|   + 343551 [rogerpack200] That is fascinating.  Maybe I should read the ruby quizzes :)
|   + 343560 [b.candler po] That's not proper Ruby; I don't see any loops or conditional branches. I
+ 343256 [kevin ruther] Reek (http://github.com/kevinrutherford/reek/tree) will miss ParseTree
  343478 [rogerpack200] You can still pull the code for a method using #source_location [though
  343489 [macarui gmai] I've allready done that with our named arguments gem but I wan't to have
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