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[ANN] vlad-perforce 2.0.0 Released
344181 [ryand-ruby@z] vlad-perforce version 2.0.0 has been released!

Re: [Ruby] [ANN] vlad 2.0.0 Released
344183 [ryand-ruby@z] === 2.0.0 / 2009-08-18

Good tuyorial for ruby
344184 [praveen454gr] Iam new to ruby.Can any suggest good tutorial for ruby.Iam also

Re: Good tutorial for ruby
344185 [praveen454gr] Regards
344190 [ralf.mueller] you could find the first pickaxe under

Relative Path in ruby - for File open
344186 [idealone5@ho] I am trying to fetch a file to do some processing in ruby,
+ 344188 [ryand-ruby@z] what's the problem?
+ 344189 [bg-rubytalk@] By "current path" do you mean executable path or the current working
  344199 [b.candler@po] And if you mean the directory in which the script is located, then

[ANN] ruby2c 1.0.0.7 Released
344193 [ryand-ruby@z] ruby2c version 1.0.0.7 has been released!
344227 [rogerdpack@g] Unable to find file.
344231 [reid.thompso] $ irb
344242 [ryand-ruby@z] Don't bring it up here. File a bug.
344244 [ryand-ruby@z] % ruby -v -I../lib -rubygems -e 'require "ruby_parser"; require
344260 [reid.thompso] hmm -- looks like it's only an issue in irb...
344263 [ryand-ruby@z] cool. that's enough info. please file a bug.

Using a Model
344202 [pete@zo or .] Not sure if this should be on the rails or ruby forum, so my apologies
+ 344210 [jstewart@fu ] Try using script/runner from your rails app and losing the require.
| 344211 [pete@zo or .] Thanks Jason,
| 344212 [jstewart@fu ] Cheers,
+ 344992 [anthony.metc] Personally, I'd do this from a migration....
+ 345041 [josh.cheek@g] I've also done this several different times using rake tasks. You could do

ruby 1.9 and qt 4.5
344203 [am@ar bo .d ] i would like to install ruby 1.9 and qt 4.5 on an windows xp (yes, i
344209 [rogerdpack@g] Might be hairy.  The best bet would be to use new mingw version with the devkit.
344215 [am@ar bo .d ] e devkit.http://rubyinstaller.org/http://rubyinstaller.org/downloads/http:/=
+ 344339 [am@ar bo .d ] installing ruby 1.9.1 with devkit is really simple, the rubyinstaller
+ 344340 [am@ar bo .d ] installing ruby 1.9.1 with devkit is really simple ...

cannot install shotgun with RubyGems
344204 [martin.guetl] Installing the shotgun gem seems to work fine, the output of
344205 [ryand-ruby@z] Looks like it is packaged improperly. Should have used hoe.
+ 344213 [martin.guetl] I solved my problem by downloading the shotgun sources from github
+ 344238 [drbrain@se m] These aren't filled in on remote specs, you must fetch the gem first.=
  344246 [ryand-ruby@z] Right... note to self: don't answer email at 3am...
  344304 [martin.guetl] I'm getting the same output. There is no /bin/shotgun file, though.
  344307 [ryand-ruby@z] 506 % sudo gem install  --no-ri --no-rdoc shotgun
  344308 [martin.guetl] Thanks a lot for your help.
  344310 [b.candler@po] I expect you're running Debian or a Debian-based distro, e.g. Ubuntu.

Confirm my Performance Test Against Java?
344218 [benjchristen] I'm evaluating Ruby for use in a variety of systems that are planned by
+ 344221 [xenogenesis@] Well.... without having put a ton of thought into this... yes, Ruby
+ 344222 [brabuhr@gm i] Is this test case in any way representative of the tasks you will
| + 344224 [reid.thompso] If it is, then you should just do
| | 344240 [brabuhr@gm i] 2009 i686 GNU/Linux
| | 344248 [benjchristen] Thanks everyone for your responses.
| | + 344249 [benjchristen] "as the code that happens is neither the most "elegant" *nor* fastest
| | | 344251 [josh.cheek@g] A version of Mike Sassak's gist
| | | 344255 [josh.cheek@g] start = Time.now
| | | 344316 [ninja@sl ph ] start = Time.now
| | + 344252 [matt@ha ps a] Ben -- I've been working with Java since '96 (and taught Java for sun for
| + 344325 [rick.denatal] One of the things this 'benchmark' skips over is the time it takes to
|   + 344341 [benjchristen] Thank you very much for the excellent answers, and your well reasoned
|   | + 344347 [brabuhr@gm i] Or, perhaps in your case: 9x% in Ruby, y% in Java.
|   | + 344353 [msassak@gm i] "The Ruby Way", by Hal Fulton: http://isbn.nu/9780672328848 (The oldest of
|   | + 344365 [martindemell] If speed and static typing are must-haves, and if you have already got
|   | | 344459 [benjchristen] Thank you Martin and Mike for the book references, I will go pursue
|   | + 344639 [ninja@sl ph ] I can't think of any particularly good examples, mainly because...
|   |   344848 [pbooth@no oi] ...
|   + 344351 [minilith@gm ] Put in a few require statements, load some gems in the ruby source and
+ 344235 [msassak@gm i] The point everyone keeps bringing up--whether this benchmark is indicative
| 344236 [msassak@gm i] Argh! That gist should be http://gist.github.com/170476. Sigh...
| 344239 [vjoel@pa h. ] num = 0
| 344245 [msassak@gm i] to blow *too* many minds." :-)
+ 344256 [shortcutter@] 1.9* is significantly better.  I did not try JRuby yet.
| 344258 [reid.thompso] $ java FileReadParse
+ 344269 [headius@he d] 1.8.6 is pretty slow, compared to other impls. Ruby 1.9 and JRuby will
| 344285 [brabuhr@gm i] $ java FileReadParse
| + 344294 [benjchristen] @Mike
| | 344300 [xenogenesis@] did both, so :)
| + 345580 [headius@he d] Worth noting again that for any long-running code or benchmarks,
+ 344296 [benjchristen] @Matthew K. Williams
  + 344299 [benjchristen] Edging away from the data driven performance analysis, I'd like to
  | + 344305 [josh.cheek@g] I apologize if my solution turns you off to Ruby (because of the joy, and
  | + 344311 [ninja@sl ph ] First, I should say that I'm going to present arguments for Ruby here, whether
  | + 344312 [b.candler@po] And in that case, your response time may be dominated by the time to
  | + 344466 [pbooth@no oi] ...
  |   344490 [benjchristen] Peter,
  |   344733 [pbooth@no oi] ...
  + 344301 [xenogenesis@] OK, speed and excellent concurrency handling (non-JRuby Ruby strikes

a question with [Thread]
344219 [quietstill@g] when im running a code like this
344223 [imphasing@gm] My guess is that since you're not joining the thread to the main
344250 [quietstill@g] thanks Alex. I solved it that way. :D

Re: a question with
344220 [bbxx789_05ss] When a Ruby program terminates, all threads are killed, regardless of

Windows GUI automation question
344229 [AEtzold@gm .] Dear all,
344233 [luislavena@g] he GUI application will be provided (see p. 170), so that I could easily se=

$$all kinds of clothing , shoes , sungless and watch etc.
344254 [1000prince01] $$all kinds of clothing , shoes , sungless and watch etc.

Class name as a variable
344257 [quietstill@g] I'm thinking about a question, that is : Several classes will have a method
+ 344261 [spox@mo sp x] With how you asked your question, I'm assuming you want to call a static
| 344288 [quietstill@g] 2009/8/20 spox <spox@modspox.com>
+ 344282 [lists@be tr ] [untested]
  344289 [quietstill@g] 2009/8/20 Bertram Scharpf <lists@bertram-scharpf.de>

TCPServer Error while I'm using WEBRick
344259 [shamaoke@ho ] When I'm starting a ruby script with a WEBRick server included I'm
344315 [b.candler@po] It happens, I reported it ages ago. It doesn't cause any problems, so

[ANN] vlad-git 2.0.0 Released
344274 [jbarnette@gm] vlad-git version 2.0.0 has been released!

[ANN] crown 1.0.0
344291 [vjoel@pa h. ] The *crown* program gathers gem lib and bin files under one directory
344292 [ryand-ruby@z] that's pretty cool!
344358 [vjoel@pa h. ] Thanks! I will look into gem plugins...

Ruby/DL - cross-thread violation on rb_thread_schedule()
344293 [gin18em@ho m] I think I'm a little over my head here and was hoping someone more
344675 [gin18em@ho m] Well been trying to read up on this topic and I found this from a
344999 [gin18em@ho m] Well I noticed I got the error when I try to use my structure to convert

CompilationRybu what an option --with-static-linked-ext
344295 [f00l@ya de .] /home/yaroslav/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/openssl/ssl.rb:26: uninitialized

[ANN] rubygems-isit19 1.0 Released
344297 [drbrain@se m] rubygems-isit19 version 1.0 has been released!

[ANN] rubygems-isit19 1.0 Released
344298 [drbrain@se m] rubygems-isit19 version 1.0 has been released!

Ruby List Roast - A Tentative Attempt
344303 [iisca@li e. ] Dear ruby list members
+ 344306 [josh.cheek@g] dang, _you're_ English grammar sucks!
+ 344323 [rick.denatal] When I was a kid  I had to put my abacus together every morning using
+ 344335 [dominikho@gm] I feel offended, you didn't mention my name!
+ 344344 [tomcloyd@co ] This will be a test case for the question of whether humor and ruby mix.
+ 344372 [robert.dober] Please read only my brilliant code and ignore my lousy French (well it
+ 344435 [james@gr ys ] I'm glad you like my name.
  + 344439 [gregory.t.br] on
  + 344445 [rick.denatal] on

Re: crown 1.0.0
344313 [b.candler@po] I guess the downside is, you can't have multiple versions of the same
344320 [ryand-ruby@z] That's exactly the point of crown as I see it.
344357 [vjoel@pa h. ] Right. It would be a problem if, for example, your project contains two

API Change to Timeout?
344314 [chriseppstei] Breaks the documented API of the timeout function by changing the
344317 [chriseppstei] Nevermind, I'm tired and didn't fully understand that change when I

`init': OCI Library Initialization Error (DBI::DatabaseError
344319 [namit.jain@t] I tried to connect Oracle with Ruby but on executing the ruby script it

how to handle pivot table window and its controls using ruby
344321 [vamsikrishna] i want to handle the PivotTable window and its controlls like radio

Encoding::CompatibilityError
344329 [graycardinal] res = main_page.scan(/#{pr}:(.*?)<\/table>/m).to_s
+ 344330 [graycardinal] Ruby 1.9.2
| 344521 [graycardinal] main_page.force_encoding "UTF-8"
+ 344543 [b.candler@po] It depends on where main_page and pr came from.

[ANN] looksee 0.1.0 Released
344331 [george.ogata] looksee version 0.1.0 has been released!

extending ruby - handling errors
344342 [jason.lillyw] I want to raise an ArgumentError, "Function only takes numeric objects."
+ 344343 [jgabrielygal] I'm not sure if what you are trying to achieve makes sense or not. The
+ 344346 [bg-rubytalk@] Right, because "foo" is a String, and Strings aren't numerics.  If you want
  + 344360 [jason.lillyw] Thank you. I see that what I wanted is not a good idea. Doing a catch is
  + 344363 [gwtmp01@ma .] I would argue that this is also the wrong approach because it
    + 344368 [jason.lillyw] Could you give me a simple example of guaranteeing pre-conditions by the
    | 344374 [gwtmp01@ma .] The simplest case is when the arguments are already known
    | 344375 [jason.lillyw] That makes sense. Thank you!
    + 344384 [bg-rubytalk@] If you're writing calculate_bounding_box() as a bit of library code
      344401 [jgabrielygal] He will know when he sees that error, if it wasn't in the
      344443 [bg-rubytalk@] Right, and will sit there confused saying "What?  What does 'ceil' =20

How do I estimate how long it will take a calculation to complete?
344345 [tester.paul@] It seems to work well for "reasonable" numbers but then I fed it an
+ 344348 [minilith@gm ] ...
+ 344349 [karottenreib] looooooooooooong! if it already takes days to calculate 19 digits, i'd guess
  + 344350 [karottenreib] 2009/8/20 Fabian Streitel <karottenreibe@googlemail.com>
  + 344354 [minilith@gm ] I still think people should do their homework (even though it's
  | 344356 [karottenreib] 2009/8/20 lith <minilith@gmail.com>
  + 344355 [tester.paul@] ha ha.  I've stopped the script. =3DD
    344359 [wruyahoo05@c] Paul,
    344361 [glennj@nc .c] And http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Prime_decomposition to see
    344364 [tester.paul@] That's cool!  I've never heard of Rosetta Code before.  I've

Help Wanted - Chambermaid
344352 [fassmann@fo ] I'm working on a lib called Chambermaid that creates snapshots of ruby

[ANN] jruby-openssl version 0.5.2 Released
344362 [headius@he d] jruby-openssl version 0.5.2 has been released!

Why, oh why, _why?
344366 [doodpants@ma] _why the lucky stiff appears to have disappeared from the internets!
+ 344370 [billk@ct .c ] Wow.  Hope he's OK.
+ 344386 [phrogz@ma .c] On Aug 20, 2:08=A0pm, Karl von Laudermann <doodpa...@mailinator.com>
| + 344388 [karottenreib] wow, how sad. that just ruined my day. he really was an idol to me.
| | + 344396 [gerald.ebber] Op vrijdag 21-08-2009 om 01:13 uur [tijdzone -0500], schreef Fabian
| | | 344587 [gene.tani@gm] agreed, i still read the "upturned bin" GC post regularly.  Happily,
| | + 344399 [billk@ct .c ] Yes.  _why's poignant guide and tryruby.hobix.com instantly
| + 344391 [james.britt@] Done.
| | 344440 [james@gr ys ] I went ahead and pulled all three of his links on the documentation
| + 344643 [ninja@sl ph ] That is sad, and probably the first time I've been truly burnt by an online
|   344644 [tony@me io .] I entirely agree.  I must've pointed at least a dozen people who were
|   344646 [brabuhr@gm i] ine
+ 344400 [ralf.mueller] sometimes hard to accept, but: people come and people go.
| 344421 [gregory.t.br] Not sure if you are aware, but _why intentionally destroyed all his
| + 344422 [hramrach@ce ] Still it is completely your decision if you pack up your stuff and
| | 344426 [gregory.t.br] Yeah, I just wasn't sure if the OP was aware of what happened given
| + 344423 [ralf.mueller] Yes, I know. And I'd rather see his work in some others hands than put
| | 344425 [gregory.t.br] and
| | 344428 [ralf.mueller] Sorry, I didn't meant Guy Decoux to be seen as a direct example.
| + 344432 [rick.denatal] Well, one theory, and most likely?, is that he did it intentionally,
| | + 344433 [martindemell] Nothing on the shoes mailing list either. (Actually, I wonder if he
| | + 344434 [gregory.t.br] Do you really think there is a remote possibility that he was hacked
| |   + 344441 [jameskilton@] It's definitely too late now, or we would have heard if he got hacked. He
| |   | + 344448 [fxn@ha hr f.] He has no obligation to do that. Behore him that didn't exist, well
| |   | | + 344450 [gregory.t.br] Things are impermanent by themselves... a volitional destructive act
| |   | | | 344495 [markonlinux@] I only hope he's ok, as it seems like an act of someone not in the right
| |   | | | 344500 [gregory.t.br] I don't want to pass judgment either, honestly.  Non-personally the
| |   | | | + 344502 [tony@me io .] I hold no ill will towards _why over his disappearance and think it would be
| |   | | | + 344510 [minilith@gm ] Quite frankly, I think you're overdoing it. For important projects,
| |   | | |   + 344517 [dale.flanner] We should keep it in mind that he is possibly watching this very thread.
| |   | | |   + 344523 [gregory.t.br] I think there was a misunderstanding.   If you blow out a github
| |   | | + 344453 [jameskilton@] I never said he was obligated to keep it around, but that doesn't make the
| |   | |   + 344456 [shawn42@gm i] However much I hate to agree with Jason, I have to say that _why should have
| |   | |   + 344458 [shevegen@li ] I think that for now we should close that chapter. _why is gone and no
| |   | |   + 344461 [james.britt@] I'll say.  I'd wonder how he got access to my servers to shut down
| |   | |   | 344489 [rick.denatal] Okay, here's my theory.
| |   | |   + 344505 [matz@ru y- a] Fortunately, none of the SVN repository, ruby-lang.org, ruby-doc.org
| |   | |     + 344506 [james@gr ys ] I disagree.  ;)
| |   | |     | 344518 [robert.dober] So do I and the same holds for _why, and well just *everybody*.
| |   | |     | + 344519 [martindemell] Aargh - you had to go and spoil it by bringing up recruiters :( A
| |   | |     | | 344522 [robert.dober] You are so right and nevertheless your professional career might
| |   | |     | + 344524 [gregory.t.br] Not that I care about recruiters, but did anyone say that in this
| |   | |     + 344623 [wayneeseguin] Matz,
| |   | + 344451 [bg-rubytalk@] Destroy it?  Didn't he just make it unavailable?  And it wasn't as if
| |   | | 344645 [ninja@sl ph ] Best not to trivialize those contributions. Not to mention the things built on
| |   | + 344457 [robert.dober] I strongly feel so too.
| |   + 344444 [rick.denatal] Or maybe the server(s) (is|are) at home and he forgot to pay the electric b=
| |     + 344446 [steve@st ve ] bill!
| |     + 344447 [gregory.t.br] bill!
| + 344557 [Usenet@Go gl] That's quite an unfortunate crossing of thoughtstreams that put Guy
|   344567 [gregory.t.br] Yes, I realized this after posting but was trying not to call attention to =
|   344814 [william.full] G'day people,
+ 344430 [sander.land@] Sad, and somewhat puzzling he didn't just allow people to say goodbye
+ 344492 [transfire@gm] On Aug 20, 4:10=A0pm, Karl von Laudermann <doodpa...@mailinator.com>
+ 344525 [caduceass@gm] He is now working for the NSA :>
| 344526 [caduceass@gm] No wait, I meant the MiB, of course.
| 344715 [Rob@Ag le on] And in that case, he'd be known as Y
| 364410 [socialcommun] What is nsa we people dont know about it
| 364419 [ jupp@gm .d ] for many years its existence was not acknowledged by the U.S.
| + 364430 [rick.denatal] Now that you told him, you're going to have to shoot him. <G>
| | + 364432 [sophrinix@gm] There's a CIA Black site for that (TM)
| | + 364488 [shortcutter@] Me too, me too! :-)
| |   364522 [colinb2r@go ] I was going to suggest (after seeing Rick DeNatale's post) that after
| |   + 364530 [rick.denatal] That sounds like a line from a movie, maybe Dr. Strangelove?
| |   | + 364545 [brabuhr@gm i] n"
| |   | + 364563 [robert.dober] Rick we got a problem in the states we have to shoot ourselves 9 times
| |   + 364562 [shortcutter@] I agree.  You go first. :-)
| + 364544 [Ruby@Go gl M] That is only half of their job. The other half is exactly the dual of
+ 344564 [oshybrid@gm ] On thing i do know is that he was working on Shoes 2, and on his Shoe
| 344577 [eleanor@ga e] I know _why? had a background in the Amiga scene so it's no surprise
| 344578 [oshybrid@gm ] Except in REBOL 3 all parts but the most core components are going to be
| 344579 [eleanor@ga e] For many people that caveat alone will rightly or wrongly sway their
| 344600 [hramrach@ce ] I for myself try to stick to opensource where possible.
+ 344647 [kbloom@gm il] I find it somewhat unsurprising that somebody who was totally anonymous
| + 344648 [paradisaeida] Somehow, I had premonition you would make this 'dis-appearance'.
| + 344651 [oshybrid@gm ] Good point, may have been something he planned from the start, something
+ 364456 [rick.denatal] Rick DeNatale
| 364458 [chandrasekar] I don't know if this has been sent out already, but I really enjoyed
+ 405603 [lists@ru y- ] Hey, kindly visit, http://www.seoclerks.com/ for any type of SEO
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