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^ [OT] Re: TextPad replacement for Linux?
37518 [tobiasreif p] ~ WARNING: Windows 95/98/ME detected
+ 37521 [james rubyxm] I think you should be ok so long as you run gvim (the GUI version),
| 37586 [martindemell] This may be of interest: http://cream.sourceforge.net/
+ 37528 [tom.hurst cl] enlightenment.
| 37529 [tobiasreif p] simply pass me the $$s :)
+ 37550 [djkea2 mugca] Tobias, I hope you don't mind the direct email.
^ Ruby on the Sharp Zaurus?
37522 [sma 3plus4.d] I wonder whether Ruby would be a good choice to develop application for a
+ 37526 [kentda stud.] Ruby went on happily with less than 8 Mb on the Agenda VR3 PDA. However,
| 37532 [pabs pablotr] [snipped]
+ 37531 [pabs pablotr] eed
37548 [wknaka pobox] I'm not familiar with Familiar :) but it appears to be targetted at the
37564 [sma 3plus4.d] "Wes Nakamura" <email@example.com> schrieb
^ problem with http - 302 error
37523 [mhale rolemo] When I run this on windows against a url that returns a 302 it
37525 [rasschaert i] it might come from the version of http.rb that you have.
^ [RCR] Kernel::big_endian? and Kernel::little_endian?
37524 [jason jvoege] I'd like to be able to determine the endian-ness of the architecture Ruby
^ Kernet methods and IO methods
37530 [info mjais.d] in Kernel there is a Module method "gets" and in IO there
37533 [ysantoso jen] def Kernel.gets
37535 [Dave Pragmat] Actually, it's slightly more complicated than that.
^ [RCR] -- Starting a Background Process
37534 [dennisn pe.n] If I'm submitting this suggestion / request in the wrong form or place,
37596 [mwg fluffy.i] I think IO.popen already does something similar.
+ 37615 [dennisn pe.n] True, but what I'm suggesting is something a little more general, as
+ 37745 [aerpenbe uni] Greetings,
37747 [decoux moulo] Write it like this
37765 [aerpenbe uni] OK, subtle change, big results.
^ Fibonacci Number Generators
37540 [jzakiya mail] Forth background (see comp.lang.forth).
+ 37541 [Dave Pragmat] To be fair, the Bagley algorithm is designed to be a comparative
| 37582 [sinara blade] Here I show some examples inadequate for newbie's question :-)
| + 37592 [sinara blade] Sorry, it was wrong. I just wanted to say "We feel curious that
| + 37612 [chr_news gmx] You can also combine 1 & 2 (this avoids the unnecessary recursive super
| 37646 [sinara blade] That's good!
| 37683 [chr_news gmx] Thank you very much for your interesting and innovative posts!
| + 37727 [sinara blade] It's very excellent!! Certainly, we have not to treat irrational
| | + 37829 [chr_news gmx] This sounds like good news about the implementation quality
| | + 37831 [jzakiya mail] After looking at the submitted Fibonacci code, I'm
| + 37800 [chr_news gmx] It looks like that the mailing list and comp.lang-ruby.org are pretty
| + 37809 [chr_news gmx] Ups, this is more like O(nlog(n)), O(log(n)). The current Gmp implements
| + 37828 [jzakiya mail] After looking at the submitted Fibonacci code, I'm
+ 37543 [michael_s_ca] That depends on whom you ask. I've always seen the sequence starting
^ Need help compiling on NextStep3.3
37542 [klakeman arc] I pulled down the source for version 1.6.7, and trying to compile on a
37560 [drosih rpi.e] You'll run into a few different errors trying to compile on
^ Ruby Servlets?
37545 [tihen.willia] Is there a way to do Ruby Servlets? My understanding is that eruby
+ 37552 [joe vpop.net] The main difference between mod_ruby and fastcgi is that with
| 37585 [tobiasreif p] Which of the currently available books covers fastcgi?
+ 37587 [nat.pryce b1] Check out WEBrick. I haven't tried it myself but from reading the docs it
37588 [stephan.schm] Webrick is a freamework for TCP/IP Servers with an example Server for
37594 [mjais web.de] does that mean that webrick is similar tomcat ?
^ OO/Ruby Terminology
37549 [james rubyxm] I added a wiki page for Ruby book development ...
+ 37551 [alwagner tca] Sending a message to an object is certainly more OO.
| 37581 [avi beta4.co] Not to start a holy war about definitions of OO, but those who work in
+ 37808 [comp.lang.ru] I am certainly not an object guru, but to me there has always
37861 [james rubyxm] I should have been more clear, and used explicit Ruby code rather than
+ 37944 [chris cmb-en] I think the best way to introduce someone to OO programming is to first
| 37963 [james rubyxm] This is where I see a chance for confusion. Message != method. Ruby
| + 37968 [michael_s_ca] ways, and
| | + 37975 [james rubyxm] Interesting. I would think that this distinction should be made early on,
| | | + 37981 [dblack candl] I guess that in a very pure case, where someone only needed to know
| | | + 37988 [michael_s_ca] I certainly see your point.
| | + 37996 [jweirich one] Actually, I think this is fundamental to OO. When teaching OO, I make
| | + 38005 [michael_s_ca] Which is not what the issue here was, but yes, I'd agree to THAT point.
| | + 38125 [list chromat] Still farther from the original thread, but I see a great analogy just
| + 37972 [dblack candl] I guess I'd tend to think of it as *trying* to call my_foo's bar
| | 37982 [james rubyxm] Does that suggest that (generally) one shouldn't define object behavior
| | 37986 [dblack candl] I didn't mean to sound prescriptive (proscriptive? well, neither :-)
| | 37990 [james rubyxm] I didn't mean to suggest that you did. :) I was just wondering if it was
| + 37976 [chris cmb-en] Maybe just a little of both. ;-)
| 37985 [james rubyxm] So, then, the message-passing paradigm is not a general OO concept?
| 38019 [chris cmb-en] Not at first. Especially for students with a background in a procedural
+ 37997 [comp.lang.ru] - - I think a lot depends on their background.
^ Question abt. Operation of Iterators
37555 [dennisn pe.n] This may be a dumb question, but I've been unable to determine for
37557 [ysantoso jen] Both Array and String fall under the mathematical list category, not
37614 [dennisn pe.n] Cool. Thanks for the quick feedback. It appears from the documentation
^ ActiveScriptRuby gurus?
37562 [hal9000 hype] I've seen ASR mentioned here a few times...
37563 [james rubyxm] Can you post a sample VBscript or Perl script, if they're not too large?
37574 [hal9000 hype] James,
37630 [james rubyxm] I looked at some scripts, but they all refer to hs.someMethod; I never see
^ True equality?
37565 [james rubyxm] ruby -e "p 'true' if 1 "
+ 37566 [joe vpop.net] Because 1 is not *the same* as "true", but "if" statements will execute
+ 37567 [ekarttun cs.] In if statements the values false and nil are false, and all other values are true.
37568 [james rubyxm] Got it. Thanks. I think I was expecting some implicit type conversion
^ FoxServ 2.1: a Apache Server for Windows 98, NT Users
37570 [moontoeki ao] FoxServ 2.1: a Apache Server for Windows 98, NT Users
^ Installing FXRuby on Mandrake 8.1
37575 [daniel zeped] I thought I'd share my experience installing FXRuby on a fully updated (I think) Mandrake Linux 8.1 (Vitamin) system. It may prove helpful to others, although it may be outdated now that I see someone on the list is providing RedHat 7.2 RPMS for FXRuby.
37595 [ljohnson res] of RAM,
^ A Quick and Dirty Solution (was Re: REXML queries)
37589 [nat.pryce b1] children.
^ Webrick session ?
37591 [stephan.schm] does Webrick support sessions or do I have to write my own session
+ 37600 [m_seki mva.b] Tofu works with WEBrick. (Of course, it can use also with CGI and dRuby.)
+ 37738 [stephan.schm] I found Tofu already but didn't know it was part of Div so I found no
^ socket question
37597 [mjais web.de] lets assume that I have a server on localhost which returns a string.
+ 37598 [decoux moulo] scalar context : you read *only one* line
| 37607 [info mjais.d] thank you very much
+ 37601 [mike stok.co] Here you see perl's context dependency, <> knows that it's being used in
^ Ruby for the Nuby article
37603 [pete mcbreen] I've got a series of articles titled "Becoming a Software Developer"
^ remove_method bug
37605 [chr_news gmx] the script demonstrates a remove_method bug
^ remove_method bug
37606 [chr_news gmx] the script demonstrates a remove_method bug
^ remove_method bug
37608 [chr_news gmx] the script demonstrates a remove_method bug
37610 [decoux moulo] The bug is not in #remove_method but in rb_singleton_class()
+ 37611 [chr_news gmx] Thank you very much - your patch is working fine.
+ 37624 [matz ruby-la] Thank you.
^ Another FXRuby question
37609 [robl zonal.c] I've been trying to trigger a button push programatically in a test class
^ Additions to math.c (more math functions)
37616 [mghall enter] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
37737 [matz ruby-la] These functions and constants are defined under difference standards.
37820 [mghall enter] Understood. I was foolish and assumed that most modern UNIXen
37870 [matz ruby-la] Agreed, but I have to know the answer to the previously asked
37900 [W.L.Kleb lar] They are ANSI C standard, but I have no vast experience of how
^ Addition to file.c (File.extension)
37617 [mghall enter] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
37736 [matz ruby-la] I don't like the name "extension". It's too vague.
37750 [michael_s_ca] With all due respect to Matz' wishes, I took in informal poll of my
+ 37753 [matz ruby-la] I know.
| 37756 [michael_s_ca] Yes, I see your point with the consistency with . I agree that
| 37760 [matt lickey.] Class File also has a methods called extend_object and extend (from
+ 37758 [kjana dm4lab] Uh, but that seems too dosish for me.... Nowadays there's so many
| + 37764 [ rik kde.org] #if YANAGAWA Kazuhisa
| + 37873 [nobu.nokada ] I vote it.
| 37880 [matz ruby-la] "suffix" maybe better than "extension", but it too have same ambiguity.
| + 37916 [nobu.nokada ] I'm not against "extname", however, is there "suffix" of file
| | + 37920 [michael_s_ca] File f = ...
| | + 37922 [matz ruby-la] I don't know. Maybe suffix array of the file contents.
| | + 38001 [bluetea nc.r] That was my thought too. I would lean towards "suffix" personally. As
| + 37918 [mghall enter] This is a fun can of worms!
| 37940 [ruby fourthc] Maybe I'm missing something, but I just do something like this (on UNIX) ...
| 38098 [mghall enter] Yep, I've had to do my own "extname" or "suffix" extractions
+ 37825 [ysantoso jen] VMS engineer: hey, I found this really groovy way to type a file: just
^ Seeking to understand : Exegesis 4
37621 [philip dynas] First of all I don't wanna start a flame war, I'm just seeking knowledge.
+ 37622 [pete mcbreen] Philip Mateescu asked
| 37629 [chris cmb-en] <1d2001c1dcfc$3003a8a0$ad4e4018@CS747303-A.cg.shawcable.net>,
| 37655 [dan sidhe.or] I've learned my lesson--one joke at a time. (Which is good, as my
+ 37631 [chris cmb-en] Well, there's a lot o absorb in this Exegesis, but to me, a few things
^ how to make SOAP4R read WSDL files?
37623 [ian google.c] Here at Google, we're about to start offering an API to our
+ 37625 [james rubyxm] Sweet.
+ 37644 [tobiasreif p] Great news!
+ 37669 [tobiasreif p] Does this program work for anyone?
| 37670 [anany ece.vi] No, it needs a valid authorization key. As to how to get that, I don't
| 37672 [tobiasreif p] That's what I suspected :|
+ 37671 [greendot yah] What is the URL of the WSDL file anyway?
37676 [cbbrowne acm] Methinks it hides internally somewhere, and that the service isn't
^ Threading still broken in Win Ruby?
37626 [ptkwt shell1] Somewhere in the middle of that thread a few weeks back on the development
+ 37632 [ljohnson2 kn] Since I am temporarily unemployed (until April 22) I hope to be able to
+ 37677 [loriend bigp] Actually it is just a problem with the mswin32 version of ruby. When compiled
37685 [ptkwt shell1] It's good to hear that it works when compiled with mingw32, but the
37688 [pit capitain] What exactly is broken? I'm using (simple) threading code with
^ Etc module not available in Ruby on Win (non cygwin)
37627 [ptkwt shell1] This is sort of an FYI and a "How can we replace the missing
^ ruby speed?
37635 [tspivey8 tel] i don't know if this has been issued before,
37645 [tom.hurst cl] This isn't unexpected; speed isn't Ruby's main target. However, if
+ 37706 [dennisn pe.n] I guess I'm kind of intermediate level, but I'm not sure I understand
| 37708 [sean chitten] That's correct, "Ruby's C API" is writing Ruby extensions in C as
| 37816 [ronjeffries ] While speed may not be Ruby's main target, telling people that they can make
+ 37819 [msergeant st] Except when using Inline::C.
37961 [vjoel PATH.B] Well, there is CGenerator on RAA :)
38010 [matz ruby-la] Oops, I will, I will.
^ ftp & getaddrinfo
37636 [martin optus] require 'net/ftp'
^ How to determine login on Windows?
37640 [ptkwt shell1] require 'etc'
37643 [heesobpark y] You can get username using GetUserName API like following
37697 [cbroult sapi] This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand
^ The equivalent of tellg and seekg.
37649 [olczyk inter] The title says it all. What are the equivalents of tellg and seekg in
37650 [decoux moulo] IO#tell and IO#seek
^ Switching from PHP to Ruby - Comments Please
37653 [jim freeze.o] Well, I'm about ready to make the switch to a Ruby based
+ 37660 [sean chitten] Congrats, you won't look back.
| + 37680 [chris cmb-en] If I remember correctly, cgi.rb covers CGI and CGI::Cookie, while
| + 37715 [jim freeze.o] Ok, help me out here. What are the possible configurations for running
| + 37718 [james rubyxm] You do not need eruby to use mod_ruby. You can write your scripts as you
| | 37719 [jim freeze.o] Is one way preferred over the other?
| | 37721 [sean chitten] eRuby from mod_ruby: the Ruby interpreter is already loaded and that
| | 37723 [james rubyxm] Regarding caching, is there a nice, Ruby Way to have a set of files switch
| | 37724 [sean chitten] That's exactly what the 'auto-reload' module is for that comes with
| | 37726 [james rubyxm] Ah, thank you!
| + 37722 [sean chitten] I believe that cgi.rb does this, but I don't know for sure.
| + 37734 [normsu slab.] Just to let you know, I've been playing around with FastCGI a lot lately... from
+ 37664 [gnhurst hurs] You didn't ask this, but if you use mod_ruby, then you will
| + 37666 [tobiasreif p] Does this apply to fastcgi as well?
| + 37667 [sean chitten] That's the same problem that all mod_*'s have running under Apache.
| + 37696 [a.immler 12m] is the behavior the same when i use eRuby ?
| 37698 [chris cmb-en] No. eRuby is just embedded Ruby. It doesn't interact with Apache as
| 37699 [sean chitten] Actually, yes. If you are using eRuby under mod_ruby (it's a good
| 37810 [chris cmb-en] Ah. My experience is with shared servers, where the admins frown on
| 37855 [sean chitten] I would tend to agree. At the height of my mod_perl or mod_(java
+ 38000 [jim freeze.o] Since I am planning on using MySQL (may switch to PostgreSQL,
+ 38004 [sean chitten] ruby-dbi's really nice. For extremely intensive stuff you may want to
| + 38022 [jim freeze.o] I have installed mod_ruby and eruby.
| | + 38073 [alan digikat] yes
| | + 38091 [sean chitten] [these discussions probably belong on the firstname.lastname@example.org list instead]
| | 38275 [jim freeze.o] Hmm...I thought I would switch to that list, so I posted the message
| + 38023 [jim freeze.o] Ruby/DBI 0.0.12?
+ 38012 [pate eylerfa] I'd recommentd dbi. If you end up wanting to switch to PostgreSQL (or
^ a mud-client in ruby?
37654 [tspivey8 tel] i'm wondering if it would be possible to write a mud client in ruby?
37689 [decoux moulo] Well, I don't know this strange language but you can write something like
^ google /ruby on slashdot
37662 [joe vpop.net] I for one am very excited about an API to the google data. Ian, can
^ CardinalProject in Rubygarden wiki
37675 [ptkwt shell1] I started a CardinalProject page in the Rubygarden Wiki so those who are
37754 [dan sidhe.or] FWIW, I'm hanging around here on and off.
^ Socket API
37679 [tom linuxbri] Could someone tell me how to create a "struct sockaddr stored in a
37684 [timsuth ihug] Use Array#pack. For example, noting
37691 [matz ruby-la] Or you can use "pack_sockaddr_in", if you use Ruby 1.7
37692 [matz ruby-la] Oops, sorry. Proper argument order is
37694 [tom linuxbri] That looks better, thanks. I guess my app'll have to depend on ruby 1.7
^ newbie to ruby
37693 [a.immler 12m] is there any easy way to access post & get HTTP data from my apache server
37695 [decoux moulo] Well, you have the module cgi.rb in the standard distribution
37700 [cparrish cox] I can't seem to get irb to work I can find the irb.rb file. but if I
+ 37701 [tsiivola nik] Try just "irb"...
| 37703 [cparrish cox] OMG thanks, (can you tell I'm a newbie or what. duh. lol).
+ 37818 [filip.moens ] Type "irb" instead (provided your path to the bin directory is set up
^ compiling xmlparser
37702 [daniel circu] I'm new to Ruby... (and to a lesser degree Unix (for me read OS X these days)
37704 [msassak spea] It looks like expat's include files (and possibly libraries) aren't in
37705 [daniel circu] I tried a number of variations of things like
37707 [msassak spea] Yes, that is what I meant.
37709 [daniel circu] I have now. Same response.
37768 [msassak spea] Sheesh. ;)