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^ Speed sprint
357878 [benemue goog] We all know: Ruby is not the fastest interpreted language out there. I
+ 357881 [alexander je] If you have not already done so, switch to Ruby 1.9.
| 357883 [benemue goog] Done, and I know that there are improvements. But it's not enough :)
| + 357891 [tony medioh.] Have you taken a look at some of the other Ruby implementations available,
| + 357892 [randall.alex] understand they are usually a version behind regular Ruby but you have the
| + 357902 [shortcutter ] You know that greed is one of the seven deadly sins, do you?  ;-)
+ 357901 [matz ruby-la] idea.
+ 357934 [nick nick-br] These benchmarks show that Ruby 1.9 (MRI) is much faster than 1.8. In

^ Quick way to copy data from super class into subclass?
357880 [audrey.lee.i] I want to create a subclass of Hash.
357885 [joelvanderwe] => nil

^ tokyocabinet ruby api install problem
357887 [brw314 gmail] Now that I have TC installed, I seem to have encountered a similar issue

^ ActionController::AbstractRequest.relative_url_root = "/rotspecs"
357890 [xeno.campano] Sorry for the rails problem, but the Ruby pertinent question is, how do I find

^ ruby version 1.9.2 dev with memcached-0.1.18 native compilation  error/syntax errors
357893 [andrewmilkow] i there

^ ruby version 1.9.2 dev with memcached-0.1.18 native compilation  error/syntax errors
357895 [andrewmilkow] Hopefully these errors somehow relate to REE, if not, highly

^ ruby-dev and mkmf
357896 [brw314 gmail] are these gems, I can't  seem to find anything about them.
357897 [jonathan jmn] Those are packages you should install if your copy of ruby is from a
357898 [brw314 gmail] I'm doing this on dreamhost, which is a debian system.I listed the

^ Test::Unit Newbie Question regarding loops
357899 [spam joeandj] #---------------------------------------------------------
357936 [b.candler po] No, I don't think so. A failed assertion raises AssertionFailedError
357939 [spam joeandj] This is really the great idea I was looking for, thanks. Obviously I'm
+ 357949 [b.candler po] Well, they're apples and oranges to some extent. rspec is similar in
| 357951 [spam joeandj] I'm seeing some performance issues I can't seem to get around. Your
| + 357952 [spam joeandj] Finished in 0.482389 seconds.
| + 357953 [b.candler po] A large number of *failing* test cases. What if you do
| | 357957 [spam joeandj] Yes, the all passing test ran in the 0.48 sec posted above. For the most
| | + 357960 [b.candler po] Well, Test::Unit is doing a degree of book-keeping for you - counting
| | | 357966 [spam joeandj] Yes, I see the speed up as well.
| | + 357969 [richard.conr] Handling large volumes of tests is not out of scope for Test::Unit - there
| + 357954 [walton vyper] Nothings wrong, exceptions are just slow.  This is actually true of most
+ 357955 [richard.conr] If you want to metaprogram tests, you should really look into using dust.

^ [ANN] isi-1.2.1 is released with isi2bibtex and isi2html
357903 [t_nissie yah] Dear Rubyists and TeXnicians,

^ Now Win a laptop computer from (EZ laptop) free of charge
357904 [jedady.1 gma] All you have to do is just click on the link below and register on-

^ RDoc status and future?
357907 [cfb jndata.d] RDoc 1.0.1 is part of the standard library for Ruby 1.8.6 and 1.8.7
357937 [transfire gm] I use RDoc 2.4.3 but via WebRI. Others use Yard.
357983 [cfb jndata.d] - Will RDoc continue to be part of the Ruby Standard Library?
+ 357986 [arndt.roger ] Then make yourself independent from language specific,
+ 357987 [ryand-ruby z] absolutely

^ home files on desktop
357910 [wybo servaly] One of my users managed to display all her $HOME files and dirs on her desktop,
357918 [shevegen lin] Not trying to nitpick but what does this have to do with ruby? Might be
357922 [wybo servaly] Sorry! Picked the wrong list!

^ Calling a redefined method higher up the ancestor hierarchy
357912 [tomtt.rails ] I have a situation where an object has redefined the method method. Is
357913 [shortcutter ] irb(main):001:0>     class TestClass
357919 [tomtt.rails ] Thanks, that fixed it!

^ Performance of Ruby 1.9 vs. Ruby 1.8 (was: Speed sprint)
357917 [Ruby GoogleM] I have seen this claim that Ruby 1.9 is somehow faster than Ruby 1.8
+ 357924 [cremes.devli] Are you looking at the same benchmarks and charts that I am?
| 357933 [Ruby GoogleM] Yes, I am.
| + 357944 [Coey_Minear ] The claim is that 1.9.1, in its entirety, is generally faster than 1.8.6, in its entirety.  The data backs that up.  (I'm looking at the "A faster Ruby on Windows is possible (benchmarks for 4 implementations inside)" benchmark.)  The fact that a new VM (YARV) is part of what makes 1.9.1 different from 1.8.6 is irrelevant.  If you trying to assert that the different VM is the _only_ reason for the performance, then yes, that would be a bad claim, because there are too many other variables and changes involved.  But they didn't; the comparison was between 1.9.1 and 1.8.6.
| | 357945 [miles appcon] So what your saying is that the VM is part of Ruby? I think your analogy would be better stated that a speed comparison between a Nissan Cube and a Nissan GT-R is invalid because they were driven on different tracks for the time trials.
| | + 357947 [Coey_Minear ] Just to be clear, when I talked about VMs, I was referring to the part of Ruby's architecture that is considered the virtual machine.  I was not talking about the virtual machine that would be running XP or Linux within which a Ruby (or any other application) would be run.
| | + 357950 [walton vyper] Yes, the YARV VM _is_ an intrinsic part of Ruby 1.9, just as the JVM
| + 357946 [rogerpack200] Their rails runs 2x faster with 1.9
| + 357948 [cremes.devli] in
+ 357926 [eregontp gma] 2010/2/23 J=F6rg W Mittag
| 357935 [Ruby GoogleM] *did* my own tests and they I *did not* see any statistically
| 357959 [billk cts.co] The confusion is understandable.
+ 358029 [michael.broo] It shows averaged scores of Ruby 1.8.7 (the Ruby MRI) vs Ruby 1.9.1 and vs a
  358082 [doug dseifer] -Doug Seifert
  358094 [luislavena g] By real world definition you should include IO operations (either

^ Re: UTF8 hell
357920 [shevegen lin] How does python solve this?
357941 [pedzsan gmai] or 6 but not 3 nor 5 octects?
357962 [Ruby GoogleM] Nope.

^ Trace local variable
357929 [loic.lehenaf] I've searched a lot to get an answer but I can't figured it out. I wish
357982 [shortcutter ] I don't think there is an easy way with MRI and standard tools.  You
358033 [loic.lehenaf] Thank you for your proposals. I'll prefer to avoid patching the
358077 [shevegen lin] But that looks ugly :(

^ How do I set the encoding on a regexp ?
357940 [pedzsan gmai] #!/usr/bin/env ruby
+ 357997 [rogerpack200] Do you have an example of this?  It might be a bug.
| 357998 [pedzsan gmai] I'm not clear what you mean by an example other than what I put in the
| + 357999 [rob flowof.i] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
| + 358001 [rogerpack200] Do you have a small example (like your original) that throws an
| | 358006 [pedzsan gmai] No I don't.  I *think* that I might have had a string that was not
| + 358007 [b.candler po] It's not a bug(*), and it sure is confusing. My own attempt to document
+ 358002 [dnspringer g] r = Regexp.new(s,16)
+ 358010 [dnspringer g] Perry,
  358017 [pedzsan gmai] Thanks.  I'm doing more experimenting and I'm also looking at the source
  358020 [b.candler po] 16 is just Regexp::FIXEDENCODING
  358021 [dnspringer g] My bad.
  358110 [hutch-lists ] This has been really helpful, but I'm still having difficulties. I'm
  + 358115 [pedzsan gmai] I might help you to know that your constants are the same as mine.  I
  + 358126 [b.candler po] One has to laugh or cry. As best I could, I factored out my opinion of
    + 358131 [rogerpack200] You should post it to core...
    + 358411 [headius head] This is exactly the situation I worried about when Matz proposed the
    + 358423 [rogerpack200] One thing that might help would be to set the default encoding, then all
      358455 [b.candler po] That depends where the strings came from. If they were returned by a
      358487 [vikkous gmai] Having wrestled with these issues a little bit myself, I think your

^ Licensing for Ruby logo
357942 [miles appcon] I'm developing a site that is about Ruby, what is the licensing for the rub=
357943 [tony medioh.] The Ruby logo is copyright =A9 2006, Yukihiro Matsumoto. It is released und=
357956 [richard.conr] nder

^ CVS from Excel Encoding issue
357958 [ruby-forum m] Using Ruby 1.8 (for Rails 2.3.5)
358107 [ruby-forum m] Any encoding experts out there?

^ Fwd: Developing Ruby Language into an International Standard
357963 [7aq3z2hj7f s] Readers might be interested in this posting
357971 [Ruby GoogleM] Yes, Shugo Maeda announced it right on this list back in December. The

^ [ANN] Call for Papers for 2010 Workshop on Scheme and Functional  Programming
357965 [feeley iro.u] Call for Papers

^ Rubygems can install gems due to lack of space
357967 [no makemethe] No space left on device -
357995 [rogerpack200] maybe it's running out of temp space?

^ memprof / GC dynamics
357968 [smparkes smp] Wow, memprof is great stuff.
357996 [rogerpack200] Maybe it's retaining references to your existing objects, but also it's

^ [ANN] johnson 2.0.0 prerelease 2
357972 [smparkes smp] johnson version 2.0.0.pre2 has been released!=20

^ [ANN] envjs rubygem 0.1.4
357974 [smparkes smp] envjs rubygem version 0.1.4 has been released!=20

^ [ANN] plist v3.1.0 released -- 1.9.x compatibility is here!
357975 [ben bleythin] I am pleased to announce the availability of Plist v3.1.0.  This
357977 [ben bleythin] Ahh, I nearly forgot: Big thanks to the following folks for

^ ruby-debug-ide & Vim
357981 [marco-oweber] There is a vim-ruby-debugger script out there.

^ Ruby on Rails application could not be started
357984 [canner3009 g] I'm upt o install retrospectiva on my centOS 5 machine. Therefore, i
357992 [b.candler po] Someone else who was trying to help you would need to see them.
358038 [canner3009 g] #   File    Line    Location

^ Referring to Hash and Array Elements
357985 [saeed.bhuta ] I am a beginner to Ruby. Currently I am working with Hashes and Arrays.
+ 357988 [shortcutter ] cation
| 357989 [saeed.bhuta ] Awesome! This is the syntax that I needed, thanks Robert.
+ 357990 [rick.denatal] cation

^ Launching a commamd prompt window from .rbw application
357991 [alex.decaria] How can I launch a command prompt window from within a .rbw application?
+ 358055 [chris.hulan ] HAve a look at http://whynotwiki.com/Ruby_/_Process_management
+ 358056 [rogerpack200] Looks like using system can do it

^ results are different by running script via irb and ruby
357993 [j_wu_76 yaho] Hey,
357994 [jeanjulien.f] irb automaticaly prints out the value of the last expression, but your

^ Create a counter in a hash to return first 10 results only
358000 [johnwdale gm] New to ruby..
358003 [johnwdale gm] referred to an earlier post and figured this out.
358005 [shortcutter ] Like?

^ deserialize java object
358004 [codetest123 ] I am using ruby to check some memcache keys.
+ 358018 [hassan.schro] Haven't tried it but a google search on "deserialize java object with ruby"
+ 358023 [yermej gmail] I guess jruby would be one option. You should be able to use the Java

^ Iterate over hash of nested hashes
358009 [glenn_ritz y] I'd like to be able to take a hash whose values are either hashes or
+ 358012 [fxn hashref.] The iterator should yield... what? key, value pairs when it gets to a
| 358016 [glenn_ritz y] {'en' => {'A' => 1, 'B' => {'C' => 3, 'D' => 'four' }}
| 358019 [fxn hashref.] For example
| 358028 [shortcutter ] now
| + 358030 [fxn hashref.] Yeah, much nicer.
| + 358215 [glenn_ritz y] Thanks, this is very helpful.
|   358251 [shortcutter ] 1. merge Hashes intelligently (i.e. with a bit more logic than
+ 358013 [jonathan jmn] def iteration obj
  358011 [jonathan jmn] Oops.  I fixed line 3 above :)
  358014 [shortcutter ] You could also do

^ Opening new command window from a Ruby application
358022 [alex.decaria] I have a .rbw application.  I only want it to open a command

^ WWW deprecation notice in Mechanize
358025 [rschoenm gma] I'm a Ruby newbie trying to use scrubyt to extract text from a site. I
358040 [ryand-ruby z] First off, stop using scrubyt and use mechanize directly. That takes =
358070 [rschoenm gma] of the biggest issue, you're using something that provides little value to=

^ You dream API for a text editor
358031 [reachme char] I am doing a bit of research for a project I am helping out with - a
+ 358034 [marco-oweber] Jedit can be scripted in various languages. I bet they have JRuby
| 358042 [reachme char] Thanks for the reply.
| 358044 [marco-oweber] your trying to please everyone. This is not going to work (IMHO).
| 358045 [reachme char] Thanks, it's appreciated. :)
+ 358136 [ninja slapha] First, make a low-level API. Then, join us in trying to build a "dream API" on

^ Help on algorithm to calculate combinations
358032 [alexis maich] I would like to find an algorithm to caclulate all options on the
+ 358036 [thopre gmail] 0 children / 0 men
| 358046 [alexis maich] max = 4
| 358047 [cidza tin.it] it doesn't produce 1 children (for instance)
| 358049 [alexis maich] It produces the 1 children option plus the empty room one. We have the
+ 358051 [josh.cheek g] def people_in_room(occupants)
  358050 [josh.cheek g] Sorry, computer lagged and I hit 'send' rather than clicking in the window
  358053 [alexis maich] Thanks Josh :)
  358063 [josh.cheek g] lol, you're welcome. But I just saw that it prints an empty line for the

^ find params
358035 [alejandro.mo] im new on ruby and im experimentig with find method. I've made a "├▒apa"
358041 [b.candler po] ['....',
358043 [alejandro.mo] Thanks a lot for your answer.
+ 358264 [jgabrielygal] queryArray.map { |e| "%#{e}%" }.join(",")
+ 358277 [b.candler po] If this is ActiveRecord then you don't want commas, you want an array
  358312 [alejandro.mo] using like a simple array worked like a charm, thanks a lot :-D
  358320 [b.candler po] No problem. Now, the original posting asked how to make it less ugly.

^ RubyZip help needed
358048 [Prashant_Sin] ...
358113 [rogerpack200] Did you try different versions of ruby? What platform?

^ WIN32OLE & MS Access 2007: read-only... only?
358052 [philippe.lan] require 'win32ole'
358054 [philippe.lan] One more precision: with this VBScript code, integrated into an HTML file, database is opened read-write too. Only the ruby code opens the database read-only...

^ Ruby class
358057 [psiersadmin ] class CartItem
358059 [nick nick-br] "see" the method. At runtime, if current_item happens to be an object
+ 358079 [echristopher] And methods are public if not specified otherwise.
+ 358087 [psiersadmin ] Thanks guys
+ 358088 [psiersadmin ] What class have object "current_item"?
  358091 [b.candler po] In general you won't know until you run your code, as you've not shown
  358092 [psiersadmin ] def add_product(product)

^ Error on iterating through a set of nested tables in a form
358058 [arti.p.singh] I am trying to run the code below on a nested table that is embedded in

^ Array index question
358060 [ks1911shoote] Question about an array. Say I have the following array...
+ 358061 [Rob AgileCon] "Orage" #=> nil
+ 358064 [dnspringer g] Please excuse my newbieness, second day with Ruby.
  358065 [luc honk-hon] class Array
  358074 [dnspringer g] textlist = ["Apple", "Orange", "Lemon", "Grape", "Orange",
  + 358075 [xenogenesis ] Second day with Ruby, huh...
  | 358076 [shevegen lin] Ruby simplifies thinking.
  | 358081 [sven.schott ] class Array
  + 358096 [cidza tin.it] in order to simplify ...
  | 358106 [shortcutter ] Interesting approach.  That could also be done with
  + 358186 [list.push gm] Same thing only different :)
    358199 [abaranosky h] class Array

^ Making a VALUE visible to multiple source files
358062 [djberg96 gma] I'm having some trouble pre-declaring some VALUE's. I've got a VALUE
+ 358069 [joelvanderwe] Try "extern VALUE ..." in the headers, and "VALUE ..." in one source file.
+ 358071 [kbloom gmail] ...
  358073 [djberg96 gma] Ken, Joel,

^ [ANN] Thin 1.2.6 Crazy Delicious release
358072 [macournoyer ] Hey all,

^ Unable to install libxml-ruby on Win2k3 machine
358078 [pusapatisiri] I am trying to install libxml using the command libxml-ruby and I am
358093 [luislavena g] On Feb 26, 12:45=A0am, Sirisha Pusapati <pusapatisiri...@yahoo.com>
358101 [siaynoqmage ] I can access the same environment Sirisha used.
358142 [luislavena g] Ok, seems that my previous comment wasn't clear

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358083 [watkinsbrian] unsubscribe

^ Re:
358084 [vadud3 gmail] this is how you unsubscribe.

^ Class Function call vs Normal Function call
358089 [Prashant_Sin] ...
358090 [b.candler po] Your first piece of code doesn't do anything at all, because it just
358095 [Prashant_Sin] The ruby version is ruby 1.8.6 (2008-08-11 patchlevel 287)
358097 [b.candler po] That's no good. As I said, you need to create two separate *standalone*
358099 [Prashant_Sin] I have tried to create a test application with code like
358100 [Prashant_Sin] Thanks for help I think I got the issue solved.
358125 [b.candler po] And this problematic code wasn't in the source you posted :-)
358146 [Prashant_Sin] I will do the changes proposed. It indeed looks a good solution
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