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^ I: how to override methods on class composed in another class or module?
391677 [luca.pagano ] module?

^ I: RegEx Unicode Character
391678 [luca.pagano ] I am using regexp to match unicode(arabic) character but it is not =

^ I: Can we set a timeout time for Net::SSH::Connection::Session#exec!
391679 [luca.pagano ] when using Net::SSH::Connection::Session#exec! ,sometimes command =

^ I: search through a csv file
391680 [luca.pagano ] ?=20
391692 [luca.pagano ] I: search through a csv file

^ I: Certificate ssl and encrypt...
391681 [luca.pagano ] I'm a newbie web development and I'm working with a web project in Rails
391691 [luca.pagano ] I: Certificate ssl and encrypt...

^ I: Binding#self
391682 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"
391705 [luca.pagano ] I: Binding#self

^ I: SSH hangs for 30 sec on AIX
391683 [luca.pagano ] - AIX 6.1
391695 [luca.pagano ] I: SSH hangs for 30 sec on AIX

^ I: MIDASWAD - Matz is Dumb and so We are Dumb
391684 [luca.pagano ] The biggest problem with Ilias Lazaridis is that his suggestions to =

^ I: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender
391685 [luca.pagano ] from time to time I get these kinds of reply from the mailing list.

^ I: Speedup Ruby 1.9.3 on Windows a lot
391687 [luca.pagano ] I've written a blog post about speeding up Ruby 1.9.3 on Windows a lot -

^ I: genie.rb:20: syntax error, unexpected $end, expecting kEND
391688 [luca.pagano ] has_one :category

^ I: Certificate ssl and encrypt.
391689 [luca.pagano ] Thanks Brian!

^ I: Logical operator ||
391690 [luca.pagano ] That cleaned my main, my exercise is fixed now, thank you a lot =
391698 [luca.pagano ] I: Logical operator ||

^ I: calculator program help
391693 [luca.pagano ] If your valid expressions contain no whitespace, you can split your =
391702 [luca.pagano ] I: calculator program help

^ I: Ruby for Windows
391694 [luca.pagano ] along
391701 [luca.pagano ] I: Ruby for Windows

^ I: Autocompletion of commands & arguments
391696 [luca.pagano ] candidates_A_m
391703 [luca.pagano ] I: Autocompletion of commands & arguments

^ I: block.arity when using each_with_index
391697 [luca.pagano ] I have a class with a custom iterator (each) that uses block.arity to

^ I: Windows Repository
391699 [luca.pagano ] I was trying to do this without using gem server
391754 [luca.pagano ] I: Windows Repository

^ I: Share stories about using Ruby outside of pet projects
391700 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"
391737 [luca.pagano ] I: Share stories about using Ruby outside of pet projects

^ I: calculating the prime factors of a very large number
391704 [luca.pagano ] Yes it is specific to 1.9
391741 [luca.pagano ] I: calculating the prime factors of a very large number

^ I: cant install ruby using rvm on osx lion
391706 [luca.pagano ] % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time
391711 [luca.pagano ] I: cant install ruby using rvm on osx lion

^ I: [ANN] ssh 1.0.0 Released
391707 [luca.pagano ] ssh version 1.0.0 has been released!

^ I: Exclamation marks in method names
391708 [luca.pagano ] Dear all,
391726 [luca.pagano ] I: Exclamation marks in method names

^ I: Noob question regarding custom method
391709 [luca.pagano ] could
391715 [luca.pagano ] I: Noob question regarding custom method

^ I: Binding#with
391710 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"
391722 [luca.pagano ] I: Binding#with

^ I: To convert a Ruby tk script to *.exe
391712 [luca.pagano ] Oh.. Sorry. Please have a look at this one.
391752 [luca.pagano ] I: To convert a Ruby tk script to *.exe

^ I: model "lift-passengers" and concurrent programming
391713 [luca.pagano ] What about the way up?
391717 [luca.pagano ] I: model "lift-passengers" and concurrent programming

^ I: BE
391714 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"
391723 [luca.pagano ] I: BE

^ I: How to use csv files in ruby
391716 [luca.pagano ] notice that you call register_new_customer with no arguments, but =
391719 [luca.pagano ] I: How to use csv files in ruby

^ I: Syntax Error
391718 [luca.pagano ] price = row[2].to_f # fetch, convert from string, and store in `price
391731 [luca.pagano ] I: Syntax Error

^ I: "A" and "an" articles in front of words
391720 [luca.pagano ] What you want is the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary

^ I: Using gets and split
391721 [luca.pagano ] That's a good point & idea. I will take that into consideration and will
391733 [luca.pagano ] I: Using gets and split

^ I: Advanced Ruby: Eval over multiple Bindings?
391724 [luca.pagano ] I don't think so. I just wondered.
391730 [luca.pagano ] I: Advanced Ruby: Eval over multiple Bindings?

^ I: Beginner: how to use gedcom parser
391725 [luca.pagano ] My guess is that you need to be in the root directory of the project and
391742 [luca.pagano ] I: Beginner: how to use gedcom parser

^ I: CLI, what is it?
391727 [luca.pagano ] Caselle da 1GB, trasmetti allegati fino a 3GB e in piu' IMAP, POP3 e SMTP autenticato? GRATIS solo con Email.it http://www.email.it/f
391748 [luca.pagano ] I: CLI, what is it?

^ I: Using Ruby to install/manage something from source - Features?
391728 [luca.pagano ] brew install htop
391729 [luca.pagano ] I: Using Ruby to install/manage something from source - Features?

^ I: referring to version numbers in a gem
391732 [luca.pagano ] charset="us-ascii"
391745 [luca.pagano ] I: referring to version numbers in a gem

^ I: Reading CSV File
391734 [luca.pagano ] This is the output of the error
391756 [luca.pagano ] I: Reading CSV File

^ I: windows pry editor setup
391735 [luca.pagano ] I got it working the problem was that .pyrc was not in the home directory
391743 [luca.pagano ] I: windows pry editor setup

^ I: [ANN] Thin 1.3.0 Double Espresso release
391736 [luca.pagano ] Hey,

^ I: The fastest way to read files
391738 [luca.pagano ] <ryand-ruby@zenspider.com>

^ I: How to remove empty element in an array
391739 [luca.pagano ] You should pastie your code somewhere.

^ I: can't find/uninstall installed gems
391740 [luca.pagano ] You can always rm the gem file manually.
391753 [luca.pagano ] I: can't find/uninstall installed gems

^ I: Navigating through the official Ruby documentation
391744 [luca.pagano ] you can think of a module as a collection of useful methods that you can

^ I: [ANN] Hashery v1.5.0 released
391746 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"
391764 [luca.pagano ] I: [ANN] Hashery v1.5.0 released
391777 [luca.pagano ] I: [ANN] Hashery v1.5.0 released

^ I: Problem using (installing?) RJB - rjbcore.so is missing
391747 [luca.pagano ] gem install rjb

^ I: sum returning two values
391749 [luca.pagano ] I am atatchning my test files here, can you please help me .
+ 391759 [luca.pagano ] I: sum returning two values
+ 391782 [luca.pagano ] I: sum returning two values

^ I: important qution on ruby
391750 [luca.pagano ] charset="iso-8859-1"

^ I: Forming a Ruby meetup group...
391751 [luca.pagano ] do

^ I: How timeout $stdin.gets ?
391755 [luca.pagano ] For your particular use case can you simply refactor it to use select?

^ I: How to kill an exist tcpserver or tcpsocket?
391757 [luca.pagano ] existing

^ I: ruby is scripting language
391758 [luca.pagano ] Can any body help me out of the confusion
+ 391760 [luca.pagano ] I: ruby is scripting language
+ 391778 [luca.pagano ] I: ruby is scripting language

^ I: How Am I to Understand This Class Behavior?
391761 [luca.pagano ] The following code gets me wondering: how come the last "puts" gets
391762 [luca.pagano ] I: How Am I to Understand This Class Behavior?
391779 [luca.pagano ] I: How Am I to Understand This Class Behavior?

^ I: Dividing a gem into 2 or 3 gems
391763 [luca.pagano ] 1) Keep the original gem name
391781 [luca.pagano ] I: Dividing a gem into 2 or 3 gems

^ I: Argument error --- How to solve?
391765 [luca.pagano ] without getting too involved with Ruby's encoding mechanism
391776 [luca.pagano ] I: Argument error --- How to solve?

^ Binary Data to Image
391767 [sagar.varule] Im reading XML file which has Content tag which has binary data(i
391788 [shortcutter ] WNzlvmT9orboet9EYouFMX9QvG3sV0PO7/gtXF7BjQGhGoSzh+Pg8iWk705TkOSm/5LrKOsqx5J=

^ Re: Create Excel Sheet(.xls/.xlsx)
391768 [zhiqiang.lei] Admin, this guy please.

^ Problem with Base64
391769 [sagar.varule] Im reading XML file which has Content tag which has binary data(i

^ my mailbox is being bombarded from an auto reply
391770 [botpena gmai] can any ruby-talk admin unsub luca.pagano@email.it

^ Re: Noob question regarding custom method
391771 [bharath.redd] Please unsubscribe from this list.

^ Can someone please disallow luca.pagano@email.it from posting to ruby-talk?
391773 [now bitwi.se] Can someone please disallow luca.pagano@email.it from posting to ruby-talk?

^ I: I: net/sftp hangs
391774 [luca.pagano ] Caselle da 1GB, trasmetti allegati fino a 3GB e in piu' IMAP, POP3 e SMTP autenticato? GRATIS solo con Email.it http://www.email.it/f

^ I: Binary Data to Image
391775 [luca.pagano ] Caselle da 1GB, trasmetti allegati fino a 3GB e in piu' IMAP, POP3 e SMTP autenticato? GRATIS solo con Email.it http://www.email.it/f

^ Mailspam
391783 [g.diemant gm] Is there a way to stop this mailspam of Luca (Mail)?
+ 391785 [phildobbin g] Just adjust your spam filters until someone at the list frags the guy...
+ 391824 [email2vimalr] Due to this Spam, I unsubscribed :(
| 391832 [praveerdixit] unsubscribe...
| 391857 [cathy1428 gm] I'm still trying to figure out how to UNSUBSCRIBE.
| 391859 [gsinclair gm] Google is your friend.
| 391860 [peterhickman] Also if you look at you mail headers you will find a header that is
| 391861 [phildobbin g] I hear mailing list efficiency is to be adopted as a module in the RHCLE
| 391885 [cathy1428 gm] I have done that several times.
| 391906 [bhaveshlette] Also same problem with me. I want to unsubscribe ruby-core group only i
| 391907 [phildobbin g] <ruby-talk-admin@ruby-lang.org>
+ 391866 [shevegen lin] I myself only use the Forum part here - www.ruby-forum.com

^ I: Problem with Base64
391784 [luca.pagano ] Caselle da 1GB, trasmetti allegati fino a 3GB e in piu' IMAP, POP3 e SMTP autenticato? GRATIS solo con Email.it http://www.email.it/f

^ I: [ANN] JRuby 1.6.5.1 Released
391786 [stefan.alber] Return Receipt

^ I: Kernel#exit raises an exception?
391787 [stefan.alber] Return Receipt

^ changing output from my hash
391789 [genius._ms h] i have a program who gets urls and category from pages on a certain
+ 391794 [jeremy bopp.] Sort your hash keys and then iterate over the sorted list in order to
+ 391829 [genius._ms h] Thanks a lot this works to my app ;)

^ What°«s the standard way of implementing #hash for value objects in Ruby?
391790 [now bitwi.se] What=E2=80=99s the standard way of implementing #hash for value objects in =
391791 [jeremy bopp.] I don't know how good this is, but if your objects have a unique string
391793 [now bitwi.se] Ugh, that should of course be
391812 [now bitwi.se] I seem to have failed in communicating what I=E2=80=99m after.  I wasn=E2=
391821 [now bitwi.se] ue objects in Ruby?
391825 [now bitwi.se] What in what I=E2=80=99ve written in this thread suggests that I don=E2=80=
391826 [now bitwi.se] to do so.
391835 [now bitwi.se] asn=E2=80=99t after
391836 [now bitwi.se] This was the main reason for releasing Ruby 1.8.7p357.
391868 [now bitwi.se] Really?  Everyone seems to use the XOR method (with good cause).

^ =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391792 [g.diemant gm] I think you can't access instance variables from a class method, so
391811 [shortcutter ] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391815 [gilbertly gm] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391816 [josh.cheek g] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391822 [gilbertly gm] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391823 [josh.cheek g] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391827 [josh.cheek g] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391833 [shortcutter ] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391834 [zachary zach] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391837 [zachary zach] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391865 [shortcutter ] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391910 [shortcutter ] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=

^ [ANN] celluloid 0.7.0: Actors for Ruby, now with timers, FSMs, and a celluloid-io gem
391796 [tony.arcieri] I figured I'd get one more release of Celluloid out before the end of

^ redmine cert expired
391798 [sandor.szuec] redmine.ruby-lang.org uses an invalid security certificate.
391814 [jeremy bitsw] This moved to http://bugs.ruby-lang.org. See [ruby-core:41630]

^ Trying to get a configuration for a simple .html.erb or .rhtml file
391799 [xeno.campano] I have a bunch of one page tools, and I don't want to put them together
391889 [b.candler po] One word: Sinatra.

^ Making questionable headway with erubis...
391804 [xeno.campano] and I am almost working, with a failure as follows from the apache error
+ 391805 [xeno.campano] Sorry.  Perhaps I just need to be more specific.  The section of the doc
| 391809 [xeno.campano] It appears that one problem I have with this is there is NO eruby around
+ 391810 [xeno.campano] Looks like I may need to merely find the old eruby gem...??

^ mysql multithread
391806 [aggouni2002 ] I have three threads trying to access db and get information from the
+ 391807 [jgabrielygal] Wild guess: you are using the same connection for all threads.
+ 391808 [aggouni2002 ] True :)

^ Hash access
391817 [josh.cheek g] #hash. My understanding was that #hash gives a unique identifier, and that
391818 [gilbertly gm] Here is how Hash in Ruby works when it tries to determine if two keys are e=
391820 [josh.cheek g] I see. The confusion for me was that the comparison goes in the other
391846 [ryand-ruby z] but
391848 [gwtmp01 mac.] Yong Li nailed the description of how it works. Please read it again. It =
391852 [ryand-ruby z] You're right. I really should have something that prevents me from even =

^ =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing?= =?windows-1252?Q?_=23hash_for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391819 [ryand-ruby z] after

^ Rack 1.4.0 new index option of Static middleware
391828 [luc honk-hon] Am I missing something or does the new :index option of the Rack::Static =

^ I'm trying to use the -I directory command
391830 [genius._ms h] want to use the -I command to tell where staticmatic load the lib from
391847 [ryand-ruby z] What's the question? Please be more direct with what problem you're =

^ How to report a bug in ruby-1.9.3-p0 that is not present in ruby-1.9.3-head (ruby-1.9.3-p6)
391831 [peter vanden] While running cucumber tests on shoes with ruby-1.9.3-p0 (on rvm on linux
+ 391838 [luislavena g] The problem is not Ruby 1.9.3-p0 versus 1.9.3-p6, the problem is that
| 391850 [peter vanden] Thanks. Indeed, I created a new rvm gemset (with ruby 1.9.3-p0),
| 391874 [luislavena g] Did you use rvm upgrade to copy gems from one version to the other?
| 391886 [peter vanden] 1) In recent days, I have not used rvm upgrade.
+ 391915 [peter vanden] backport request.

^ If else not working
391839 [sathish.babu] I'm getting error like comparison of string with 50 failed
+ 391840 [peterhickman] When you do the mark = get() what you actually get back is a string
| 391843 [sathish.babu] Thanks a lot Mr.Hickman understood the basic casting.
+ 391841 [stefano.croc] That's the problem. In ruby, you can't compare a string with a number (you'll
  391844 [sathish.babu] Thanks a lot Crocco...! Understood and great explanation

^ Update database field in ruby on rails
391842 [jenishkottar] I'm updating a database hashing algorithm.

^ output file from variable
391849 [alexszepes g] I am hoping someone can help me. I have just started learning ruby and i
+ 391851 [peter vanden] Welcome :-)
+ 391853 [gilbertly gm] Beside what Peter has described, one more hint: you probably need to
| 391862 [peter vanden] You are correct, but I think it is better to advise the OP
| 391863 [wbrisett att] charset=us-ascii
+ 391854 [alexszepes g] Thank you very much for the reply but for your solution to work i would
| 391856 [gwtmp01 mac.] File.rename(ARGV[0], new_filename)
+ 391858 [alexszepes g] Thanks you Gary it works now. HOWEVER one last thing I cannot get
| 391864 [peter vanden] If you still think this may be the case (of the file not being closed
+ 391881 [alexszepes g] Thanks for the advice on the block, that tip is no doubt going to save
+ 391883 [alexszepes g] Woot, its all working now. It was sending them to my windows home

^ gserver io.peeraddr and io.addr not working
391855 [shelvacu gma] I have been trying to get the ip address of clients connected to a
391887 [b.candler po] begin

^ Problem in Installing facebook_oauth GEM in Windows
391869 [sundhari1979] I am using ruby 1.8.6 and rails 2.3.5 in windows..
+ 391873 [luislavena g] You've installed RubyInstaller DevKit (MinGW+MSYS) while the version of
+ 391902 [sundhari1979] I am using Ruby 1.8.6 , gem 1.3.5 , rails 2.3.5 and Devkit 4.5.1
  391908 [luislavena g] Seems you didn't read my response.

^ [ANN] Facets v2.9.3 released
391871 [transfire gm] Facets 2.9.3 has been released.
391872 [transfire gm] Note, the website is a bit wonky right now. I'll fix it up sometime this

^ Check my terminology and understanding please
391876 [nathan linds] Am I understanding this correctly, and are my terms correct?  Thanks in
391877 [steve stevek] A 'receiver' is also an object, and your 'object' is also a receiver,
391878 [nathan linds] I'm afraid I don't follow.  What's the different message you speak of, if
391879 [steve stevek] =A0variable =3D receiver.object.method( arguments )
391880 [nathan linds] That makes sense, thank you!
391882 [steve stevek] Awesome. Any time.
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