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^ Re: Ruby SOAP Bug?
370137 [palmergs gma] I apologize in advance for a dumb question, but in a Rails 2.3.x

^ [ANN] stickler 2.0.2 Released
370147 [jeremy hineg] Stickler version 2.0.2
370158 [tim.pease gm] repository.

^ Is this a bug?
370150 [gjenkins lbc] ruby 1.9.1p129 (2009-05-12 revision 23412) [i386-darwin9.7.0]
370152 [rimantas gma] For me it looks like you are rounding -32.05, not -32.50.
370153 [gjenkins lbc] Yes, I intend to round -32.05 to the nearest 1 decimal place not to a
370154 [gjenkins lbc] irb(main):007:0> sprintf("%.0f",-1.5)
370155 [gjenkins lbc] sprintf("%.0f",10.5)
370156 [bg-rubytalk ] rsion_and_rounding
370157 [gjenkins lbc] Thank you Ben,
370172 [shortcutter ] Since you are coming from a Java background I guess you are aware that

^ [ANN] treequel 1.1.0
370151 [ged FaerieMU] Treequel is an LDAP toolkit for Ruby. It is intended to allow quick, easy

^ gruff graphs and labels
370159 [ruwanb gmail] I am a newbie....and there are very less documentation when I google

^ Re: Send email with attachments in Ruby
370160 [ruby-forum c] require 'rubygems'

^ New Programs
370161 [askany.co.cc] Office 2010 BLACK EDITION x86 - ProPlus Only

^ New Programs
370162 [askany.co.cc] Office 2010 BLACK EDITION x86 - ProPlus Only

^ Date#parse assume a EU format - can it assume a US format?
370163 [josh.m.sharp] Before you jump to an answer here, please don't suggest that I use
370187 [b.candler po] It is U.S. middle-endian format in 1.8.7. But try this monkey-patch for

^ Retrieving Motherboard Serial Number
370170 [jayaoscarlok] May I know that how to retrieving Motherboard Serial Number, please?
370189 [no spam.plea] Use Win32OLE and the WMI interface. Sorry, no code to hand, but googling will

^ Sphink issue
370173 [avijit.shand] I get this if I execute  "script/server"
370176 [b.candler po] .. which is a part of Rails.
+ 370178 [avijit.shand] Sure will follow you.. thanks
+ 370180 [diego.viola ] Please ask in a Rails forum.

^ Changing protocol or urls in will_paginate
370174 [constantin.n] Hey,
370175 [b.candler po] Please post questions about Rails to a Rails forum.
370177 [constantin.n] Hey Brian,
370179 [diego.viola ] Please ask in a Rails forum.
370181 [constantin.n] Alright, cheers guys.

^ {Detached} Mysql Gem and beyond: Fixing, Supporting and Celebrating
370190 [edmond.kacha] 2010/9/20 Luis Lavena <luislavena@gmail.com>
370194 [luislavena g] On Sep 21, 8:02=A0am, Edmond Kachale <edmond.kach...@baobabhealth.org>
370231 [groups.2009a] meant

^ Dividing a number into individual digits
370191 [timothy.baro] Here's a simple question:  What's an effecient way to get the digits of
+ 370192 [edmond.kacha] 2010/9/21 Timothy Baron <timothy.baron@gmail.com>
+ 370195 [shortcutter ] Five days ago the exact same question was raised here - and answered.
  370197 [timothy.baro] An inability to use the right search phrase?  I had looked, but nothing
  370306 [perl2ruby gm] One alternative to split could be unpack

^ Re: how to get Mycompute.sum().mean=2.5?
370196 [myocean135 y] def mean(n)
370198 [myocean135 y] sorry,i correct it
370199 [mentionuse g] data = [1, 2, 3, 4]
370234 [myocean135 y] require 'rubygems'
370308 [myocean135 y] a friend  help me solve it,

^ (none)
370200 [r_budiharso ] unsubscribe

^ [ANN] treequel 1.1.1
370202 [ged FaerieMU] Treequel is an LDAP toolkit for Ruby. It is intended to allow quick, easy

^ wxruby-ruby1.9 works (wa: Re: Getting GUI for ruby for Linux running (QT or wxWidget)?)
370204 [markus fisch] Finally I got it working on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit!

^ QT works! (was: Re: Getting GUI for ruby for Linux running (QT or wxWidget))
370205 [markus fisch] Works great! Once I figured all packages I needed it worked out of the
370239 [ryanmelt gma] Thanks for the feedback.  I'll work on the issues with Ubuntu 10.10 once it
370247 [diego.viola ] Some examples failed to run due to a few syntax errors so I fixed some of

^ JRuby meetup at Engine Yard TONIGHT
370206 [headius head] Hey folks! If you're in the bay area and interested in JRuby, we're

^ temporarily override instance variable in a block
370207 [jd vauguet.f] I strived to override instance variable on a per-block basis, but I'm
+ 370218 [b.candler po] There is no general solution to this. It will depend on the actual
+ 370270 [shortcutter ] Exchanging instance variable values is _never_ thread safe - unless

^ Re: QT works!
370209 [markus fisch] Same on Windows 7 Pro 64bit, worked out of the box with Ruby191 .
+ 370219 [martindemell] Beautiful! I've missed the Qt bindings ever since I made the shift to 1.9
| + 370221 [eregontp gma] Me too!
| | 370228 [diego.viola ] I tried this but I get some require errors with Ruby 1.9.2. It works if I
| | + 370230 [markus fisch] Is this related to
| | + 370233 [luislavena g] I think the question was: Have you tried include the current
| |   370236 [diego.viola ] [diego@myhost pixelator]$ ruby -I. main.rb
| + 370318 [martindemell] 2. Compile the qtbindings gem on the scratchbox
+ 370237 [ryanmelt gma] Thanks for the feedback guys.   I'll update the examples tonight to handle
  370274 [markus fisch] Yeah, I figured that too. No idea why I reasoned to use 10.10 in the

^ The Great Ruby GUI Toolkit Roundup
370210 [ed.howland g] I've started a Ruby GUI toolkit Feature Matrix [1]. It is far from
+ 370212 [reid.thompso] I've been working with the IUP toolkit in C for the past week or so; and
| + 370213 [steve stevek] I was going to add some stuff for Shoes, but I can't edit the sheet.
| | 370215 [ed.howland g] Hmm, I'll check on the sharing settings. I'll add that licence. Thanks.
| | 370216 [ed.howland g] Sorry, My bad.
| + 370214 [ed.howland g] Thanks,
+ 370248 [andrea andre] ruby/Gnome2 is also distributed in gem form - the gem name is
| 370266 [ed.howland g] Thanks, Andrea.
+ 370347 [f.linard fdt] I'm a beginner with Ruby, but also take some time to find a GUI toolkit
  370361 [ed.howland g] Yes, I planned on adding some platform specific ones, esp. win32 ones.
  370362 [ed.howland g] a) mailing list URL, or mailto link

^ Search for a string in another string allowing mismatches
370211 [janus urban-] I'm sure this is a very common problem. But can't find a simple &
+ 370232 [groups.2009a] Hmm. I wouldn't think this is  common at all. I have dealt with a =
+ 370260 [list.push gm] This does not use regular expressions.
  370489 [list.push gm] A little modification of my previous post.

^ Embedding Ruby for scripting
370220 [th tp1.rub.d] I want to use ruby as an embedded scripting language for a C++ game project.
370227 [durham.coho ] Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
370251 [edmond.kacha] 2010/9/22 Ruby User <durham.coho@gmail.com>
370259 [durham.coho ] Your Lua FUD would be more effective if it were a bit more coherent, had

^ comparing the first half of a string to the second half
370222 [rubytalk che] I want to be able to test a string, to see if the second half of the string
+ 370223 [mentionuse g] I think a regular expression is probably the most succinct, cleanest
| 370224 [fxn hashref.] Clever, but almost: "aa\n" passes and it shouldn't.
+ 370225 [Rob AgileCon] => "Cyano The CatCyano The Cat"
+ 370240 [angel_steel ] str = 'Cyano The CatCyano The Cat'
+ 370241 [angel_steel ] str = 'Cyano The CatCyano The Cat'
+ 370243 [josh.cheek g] Instead of subtracting 1 from the right side of the range, you can just use
  370303 [perl2ruby gm] ring

^ [ANN] raindrops 0.4.0 - real-time stats for preforking Rack servers
370229 [normalperson] Raindrops is a real time stats package to show statistics for Rack HTTP

^ The Final Draft Ruby Specification
370235 [shugo ruby-l] The IPA Ruby Standardization WG has released the final draft Ruby Specification.

^ stop and display traceback when thread throws an exception
370238 [ralphs dos32] Is there a way to stop all threads and display traceback when any thread (especially a thread that is not the main thread) throws an exception?
370249 [sutniuq gmx.] You can either run ruby with the -d (or --debug) switch or call this
+ 370250 [huard.elise ] in my experience the ruby-debug debugger (1.8.7) goes all haywire when
+ 370258 [ralphs dos32] Quintus,

^ Do rspec, hpricot, and cucumber come with Ruby?
370242 [wolf_volpi y] answers to the following three questions.
+ 370244 [ryand-ruby z] no
+ 370245 [ninja slapha] No. However, Rubygems does come with recent versions of Ruby.
+ 370246 [diego.viola ] And you can get all those from RubyGems.

^ Can't load gem
370252 [tschellhorn ] I've run into some trouble while updating my ruby-version on ubuntu.
370253 [tschellhorn ] when I run
370255 [rick.denatal] Have you installed the ri_cal gem under 1.9?
370256 [tschellhorn ] I've installed ri_cal under
370261 [tschellhorn ] I've installed ruby 1.9.2 from source and everything works fine now!
370263 [rick.denatal] I stopped using debian packaged Rubies a long time ago.  They just

^ having problems with open4 and stuck forked processes
370257 [timuckun gma] I am running a batch process which uses the wkhtmltoimage-i386 binary
370268 [shortcutter ] What do you mean by that?  Goes the timeout undetected?  Can't you
370294 [timuckun gma] you
370309 [shortcutter ] I don't find that obvious at all from your initial description.
370313 [huard.elise ] Euhm (asking this because I honestly don't know) will this work for
+ 370315 [b.candler po] asynchronously in the main thread, which makes it unsafe in just about
| + 370376 [timuckun gma] Do you know of any examples on how to do that? I am willing to rewrite
| + 370413 [timuckun gma] But what if the process hangs?
|   370439 [shortcutter ] Select can be called with a timeout which guarantees that the call
|   371017 [timuckun gma] Hey guys I want to revist this issue because I can't seem to find any
|   371022 [vikkous gmai] Your problem may be that you're sending signal 0; you should pass
|   371808 [timuckun gma] Well I tried to go a different route and ran into a strange issue.
+ 370317 [shortcutter ] But he uses Timeout which AFAIK uses threads internally for monitoring.

^ Re: Shoes 3 released
370262 [gdprasad gma] I am using Ubuntu 10.04
+ 370264 [eregontp gma] Wow, did not see this cool little app, very interesting :)
+ 370265 [steve stevek] Awesome!
+ 372788 [dske01 126.c] <a

^ ruby telnet
370267 [ruwanb gmail] I am trying to do below and I am stuck I would appreciate your help.
370330 [staf_nospam_] Take a look at Net::Telnet

^ Thanks for filling in the Great Ruby GUI Round-up
370271 [ed.howland g] Thanks to all those who filled in the various holes in the feature

^ Question installing JRuby 1.5.2 under SuSe SLES 10
370273 [ruby.student] I downloaded jruby-bin-1.5.2.targ.gz on my SuSe SLES 10 system.
+ 370275 [wyhaines gma] It's the -bin package. You don't have to compile it.  Just unpack it.
| 370277 [ruby.student] Your service is faster and better than a pay service!
| 370417 [headius head] That's entirely up to you :)
+ 370276 [joelvanderwe] Just unpack it somewhere and put the bin dir on your PATH. I put it at

^ repackaging a compiled gem as a binary
370278 [martindemell] I've installed the qtbindings gem in an ARM emulator environment
370279 [luislavena g] Generate a newer gemspec, remove the extension definitions and include
370285 [martindemell] Thanks! When I went to look for the gemspec I noticed that alongside

^ Odd behavior when << hash
370281 [astahl hi5.c] require 'rubygems'
+ 370282 [Rob AgileCon] # so here, doIt is referencing an object which is a hash
| 370283 [astahl hi5.c] Thanks, Rob.  Made the mistake of assuming I get a copy of the hash when
| 370310 [shortcutter ] the technical term for the effect is "aliasing".
+ 370284 [josh.cheek g] You are modifying the same hash, then adding the same hash to the array

^ Unexpected behaviour of defined? under 1.8.x
370286 [jarmo.p gmai] I've just landed upon a very interesting landmine by using defined?
370292 [rick.denatal] Why?
370316 [b.candler po] I think the point is the autoload stuff.
370349 [jarmo.p gmai] I'm fully aware that it was related with autoload and why the file got

^ Confused about 1.9.1 and ruby-debug19
370288 [markus fisch] I'm using 1.9.1p378 via rvm on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit.
370305 [rogerpack200] I think there was some change in later patch levels of 1.9.1 that made
370332 [markus fisch] I now realized why I'm confused: because I found I had installed 1.9.1
370338 [rogerpack200] Sure bring it up here: http://groups.google.com/group/ruby-debugger

^ Sorting problem with an Array of Arrays
370289 [tester.paul ] arr1 = [["ABC-1", 1271768400, 2],  ["ABC-2", 1271773800, 1],
+ 370299 [perl2ruby gm] pare
+ 370307 [tester.paul ] pare
  + 370312 [jgabrielygal] s.
  | 370333 [tester.paul ] On Sep 23, 3:22=A0am, Jes=FAs Gabriel y Gal=E1n <jgabrielyga...@gmail.com>
  | 370351 [jeremy bopp.] What you appear to be describing is actually an ordered insert operation
  | + 370353 [perl2ruby gm] Wonder what the performance of this would be if there were 10,000
  | | 370358 [jeremy bopp.] Probably pretty poor overall.  The big problem is that timestamp search
  | | 370370 [tester.paul ] Thanks Jeremy.  I will try the new methods tomorrow.
  | + 371188 [tester.paul ] idx =3D arr.index { |item| new_item[1] < item[1] }
  |   371191 [jeremy bopp.] What version of Ruby are you using?  Array#index as of Ruby 1.8.7
  + 370336 [jeremy bopp.] Classes are rather a central concept in Ruby, so it would be a really
  | 370350 [perl2ruby gm] ts.
  | 371216 [shortcutter ] nts.
  + 371218 [groups.2009a] wish,

^ Using ERB inline templates w/ Sinatra on 1.9.2-p0 broken?
370293 [astahl hi5.c] get "/" do

^ Screencasts with Ruby Warrior (learning Ruby program by Ryan Bates)?
370295 [paul.denling] I'm just getting started with Ruby and found the game Ruby Warrior by

^ Ruby Installation Error
370296 [tridib04 gma] I am trying this command to build the ruby interpreter
+ 370297 [tshanky gmai] What platform are you on? Linux or Mac OSX. Get the latest version of
| 370298 [tridib04 gma] I am on Linux....Where can i find the Latest version of autoconf..
| 370300 [tshanky gmai] Please download autoconf from http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/ and
| 370557 [tridib04 gma] Thank You..I have downloaded the file.I will be very grateful if you can
| 370669 [tridib04 gma] I have downloaded the file autoconf-2.60 as it was asking for update
| 370676 [jeremy bopp.] I'm not sure you can build autoconf within the ruby source directory if
+ 370689 [b.candler po] You should not run autoconf at all. This is only needed if you are
  370737 [tridib04 gma] I am running it on Linux Platform.When I am typing make test it is
  + 370738 [tridib04 gma] The ruby version is....1.9.2
  + 370739 [jeremy bopp.] Which Linux distribution are you using?  Are you running RedHat, Ubuntu,
  + 370755 [b.candler po] Well, all tests passed except one, and maybe you can live with that.
    371099 [tridib04 gma] I not working mainly on Linux...I am working on Windows Vista service
    371111 [jeremy bopp.] The fact that you're using Windows in this case does not matter because
    371146 [tridib04 gma] To this command..it is showing me the following result
    371148 [jeremy bopp.] It looks like the server is running some version of RedHat Linux.  What
    371159 [tridib04 gma] CentOS release 4.8 (Final)
    371166 [jeremy bopp.] CentOS is a derivative of RedHat, so that's good information.  Thanks!
    371577 [tridib04 gma] Can any one provide me the link where from I can download Ruby version
    371578 [joelvanderwe] ...

^ Why can not set value to instance variable of Class?
370302 [imelody msn.] class ParaList
370304 [tony.arcieri] You've defined an attr_writer for :paralist, but need an attr_reader for it

^ [ANN] Ruby-GNOME2 0.90.0
370314 [kou cozmixng] The Ruby-GNOME2 project released Ruby-GNOME2 0.90.0.
370427 [ed.howland g] I see the Ruby GUI Toolkit Feature Matrix/Round up [1] has been

^ to make dot method dot method work?
370319 [myocean135 y] here is the class
+ 370322 [qrprat77 gma] The most obvious way I see to do it is to use an object attribute
| + 370325 [qrprat77 gma] Let's follow what happens, and maybe I will make more sense.
| + 370326 [Rob AgileCon] You've defined #up on Mycompute instances, but not on string.  If
+ 370323 [impulse221 y] i'm totally newbie in ruby, sorry if im talking about smth obvious, just
+ 370328 [b.candler po] 1. calling method 'foo'
  370367 [myocean135 y] 1.it's not necessary  to  use  @@  in the code
  370369 [hassan.schro] Not totally :-)
  370372 [myocean135 y] please see
  370382 [impulse221 y] class String
  370385 [myocean135 y] there is another way to solve it(an expert in stackover help me)
  370397 [b.candler po] Do you understand what you've done? At runtime you've added a custom
  370422 [myocean135 y] 1. why are you still assigning to @@result?
  372080 [cbciv yahoo.] You're still using a class variable rather than an instance variable.