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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 Released
391786 [stefan.alber] ...

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

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@bo p.] 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@bi wi se] What°«s the standard way of implementing #hash for value objects in Ruby?
391791 [jeremy@bo p.] I don't know how good this is, but if your objects have a unique string
391793 [now@bi wi se] Ugh, that should of course be
391812 [now@bi wi se] I seem to have failed in communicating what I°«m after.  I wasn°«t after
391821 [now@bi wi se] That°«s a very bold statement to make, considering that you don°«t seem
391825 [now@bi wi se] What in what I°«ve written in this thread suggests that I don°«t know
391826 [now@bi wi se] Trivial  perhaps.  Wrong  most definitely.  That you don°«t seem to
391835 [now@bi wi se] Precisely.  And how do you get a single value from the hash values of
391836 [now@bi wi se] This was the main reason for releasing Ruby 1.8.7p357.
391868 [now@bi wi 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@za h] =?windows-1252?Q?Re=3A_What=92s_the_standard_way_of_implementing_=23hash_?= =?windows-1252?Q?for_value_objects_in_Ruby=3F?=
391837 [zachary@za h] =?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@bi sw] 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] ...
+ 391805 [xeno.campano] ...
| 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@ma .] 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@ho k- on] 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@va de ] 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@va de ] 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@va de ] 1) In recent days, I have not used rvm upgrade.
+ 391915 [peter@va de ] 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@va de ] Welcome :-)
+ 391853 [gilbertly@gm] Beside what Peter has described, one more hint: you probably need to
| 391862 [peter@va de ] You are correct, but I think it is better to advise the OP
| 391863 [wbrisett@at ] ...
+ 391854 [alexszepes@g] Thank you very much for the reply but for your solution to work i would
| 391856 [gwtmp01@ma .] File.rename(ARGV[0], new_filename)
+ 391858 [alexszepes@g] Thanks you Gary it works now. HOWEVER one last thing I cannot get
| 391864 [peter@va de ] 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@gm ] 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] ...

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

[ANN] col 1.0.1
391884 [gsinclair@gm] If you want a dash of color in your Ruby console program, use
391900 [w3gat@nw ag ] Love the idea.  Where do I find "tap"
391901 [gsinclair@gm] Ah... Object#tap is a Ruby 1.9 feature that doesn't exist in 1.8.
391903 [gsinclair@gm] Col v1.0.2 has been released.  It is compatible with Ruby 1.8.6+.  I

Re: Making questionable headway with erubis.
391888 [b.candler@po] The trouble is, almost nobody runs Ruby this way any more, and so you're

noob question regarding strings
391890 [linusphan@ya] I am still learning Ruby, my question is,
+ 391891 [steve@st ve ] A string literal is anything in double quotes written in your program.
+ 391892 [peter@va de ] First Google hit for "ruby doc string"
+ 391894 [linusphan@ya] Thank you Steve and Peter for answering my question, but I'm still
| 391895 [dunsmoreb@gm] No as they do not reference another object.  You can tell they are
+ 391896 [linusphan@ya] Thank you Bryan for answering the question. It helped.

segfault while attempting to push a gem
391897 [gsinclair@gm] In running the command "gem push pkg/whitestone-1.0.0.gem", it is
391898 [gsinclair@gm] I worked around the problem by using system ruby instead of RVM.

[ANN] whitestone 1.0.1 -- simple and succinct unit testing
391899 [gsinclair@gm] A long time ago, I imagined my ideal unit testing library.  In the middle

soap error message
391905 [dickyhide@gm] I want to use soap and I installed gem soap4r-1.5.8.
391914 [priyankapath] Are you using ruby version 1.9.x than it requires to add patch in
391945 [dickyhide@gm] Thanks I will try it.

[ANN] taglib-ruby 0.3.0 "Snoop Ogg"
391909 [robin@ni or ] I'm pleased to announce version 0.3.0 of taglib-ruby, jokingly

String filtering
391911 [gultekinmg@g] I want to get the name of a subdirectory.
391916 [gultekinmg@g] p x[/#{Alternative_Plugin_Dir}([^*]*)/,1]

[ANN] test-unit 2.4.4
391912 [kou@co mi ng] test-unit 2.4.4 has been released.

[ANN] test-unit-rails 1.0.0
391913 [kou@co mi ng] test-unit-rails 1.0.0 had been released!

Is this message rejected with a 5.7.1
391917 [ralphs@do 32] I am trying to post a message but am getting kicked out with a 5.7.1.  This is a test with a more-or-less empty message

File size of web-based flv.  Reading some bytes from a web-based file.
391918 [ralphs@do 32] This is such a noobie question.

File size of web-based flv.  Reading some bytes from a web-based file.
391919 [ralphs@do 32] This is such a noobie question.
391920 [nested.bit@g] You should probably make a HEAD request and parse Content-Length header
391921 [ralphs@do 32] Could you beef up the example/explanation a bit, please.
391924 [hassan.schro] using net/http -- something like

Expected argument 1 of type uint8_t, but got Fixnum 7
391922 [mcpierce@gm ] On our project, which is primarily written in C++, I have the above
+ 391925 [shortcutter@] There are some macros and functions for conversion, IIRC in ruby.h.
+ 391926 [ammarabuali@] NUM2CHR in ruby.h. I don't think it distinguishes between signed and

Re: Create web application using ruby not with frameworks
391927 [b.candler@po] It depends what you mean 'not with the frameworks', because I think
+ 391928 [lake@la ed n] Nice answer, Brian.
+ 391932 [peter@va de ] Very interesting.
  + 391939 [luke.gru@gm ] I started writing a little microframework built on top of Sinatra for
  | 391954 [matma.rex@gm] Have you ever tried Camping? I haven't had time to dig thru your code,
  | 391975 [luke.gru@gm ] Yeah, the Camping code is really fun to read. Basically, Studio54 tries
  + 391949 [b.candler@po] If you go in below this level, then you're on your own.

ANN: Sequel 3.31.0 Released
391929 [code@je em e] Sequel is a lightweight database access toolkit for Ruby.

Desktop ui testing options
391934 [johnsayeau@g] With python and sikuli I can test desktop programs. Are there any Ruby
+ 391936 [steve@st ve ] You can use sikuli to test Ruby apps too, iirc.
+ 391943 [richard.conr] You might want to look into some extensions based on the AutoIT windows

Looping through an array of hashes? help
391935 [stress4@gm i] is a sample of what im trying to do.
+ 391937 [tony.arcieri] The each { |i| there doesn't give you an index like you're expecting.
| 391938 [tony.arcieri] Err whoops, here's a version without the Water::IE duck type class I made :)
+ 391941 [stress4@gm i] Perfect, thank you for the response. It does exactly what i was looking

install ruby1.9 on redhat3
391944 [dickyhide@gm] My lab workstation is redhat3 and the ruby version is 1.6.8.
391947 [b.candler@po] Google 'ruby rvm'.
391970 [dickyhide@gm] Thank you very much,

error : `load_without_new_constant_marking': no such file to load -- mon grel_rails (MissingSourceF
391946 [ankita.negi1] I am using rails 2.2.2 with ruby 1.8.7.

eventmachine http
391948 [aggouni2002@] I am working on a ruby script that download some web page (from a list
+ 391950 [pete@pe er i] pete
+ 391952 [aggouni2002@] thx,

Including/selecting modules based on the methods they define
391951 [jhart@sp of ] At http://spoofed.org/go.tar.gz I've put a simplified version of a problem
391955 [matma.rex@gm] But you do in fact know the module name (as long as it's consistent
391956 [jhart@sp of ] 2012/1/4 Bartosz Dziewoski <matma.rex@gmail.com>
391960 [jhart@sp of ] I was able to solve this by removing the imports from each plugin.rb,

[ANN] Rails 3.2.0.rc2 has been released
391953 [santiago@wy ] Rails 3.2.0.rc2 has been released. **Update your Gemfile to depend on

organizing a complex gem
391957 [code@ap th o] I need to organize a project into a gem, and would like some ideas about
+ 391966 [transfire@gm] ...
| 391968 [code@ap th o] Where would I store this within the gem/project directory hierarchy,
| 391978 [transfire@gm] ...
| 391982 [code@ap th o] It kinda looks like you're still talking about post-installation paths.
| 391986 [transfire@gm] ...
| 391987 [code@ap th o] ~/src/project_name/data/foo ?
| 392017 [transfire@gm] ...
| 392022 [code@ap th o] Thanks.  That's a big help.
+ 392037 [now@bi wi se] If the user is expected to (be able to) edit it, then °»etc°….

Using Ruby to organize ones music collection
391958 [its.code.in.] Hey!
+ 391959 [normalperson] I've been thinking about doing something with taglib-ruby.  It'd be all
| 391980 [its.code.in.] Yeah, to hell with GUIs! Didn't know about vorbistagedit - nice find!
| 391991 [its.code.in.] Updated https://gist.github.com/1566053 a little. What y'all think?
+ 392038 [robin@ni or ] It's in Python, but it works nicely for my use case, uses MusicBrainz
  392043 [its.code.in.] Thanks a bunch for getting back at me man. It's an honor to be blessed with

[ANN] rake-remote_task 2.0.6 Released
391961 [ryand-ruby@z] rake-remote_task version 2.0.6 has been released!

need help in parsing xml
391962 [harshadmehta] I have an xml structure like below and would like to store the activity
+ 391994 [shortcutter@] You should at least mention which XML parser you are using.
+ 392039 [harshadmehta] I am using REXML Parser.
+ 392076 [harshadmehta] I got it using a different way to generate the hash structure -

391963 [manavkbgupta] I have been using Ruby for a project since 2 months. Now I have to move
391964 [bhaveshlette] It will not take more time to install Ruby in new system it would be
391965 [manavkbgupta] Thanks Bhavesh for your suggestions.
391967 [josh.cheek@g] It would be easiest and most reliable to just use Bundler (

crontab and ruby script
391969 [dickyhide@gm] I used crontab command such as
+ 391974 [nested.bit@g] Looks ok. I don't think you need execute permission either, just read
| 391997 [dickyhide@gm] Thanks,
+ 391976 [cidza@ti .i ] I am quite noob
| 391992 [zachary@za h] You could also try using [whenever](http://github.com/javan/whenever)
+ 391995 [ryand-ruby@z] Run 'env -i $SHELL --norc'. It will bring up a new naked shell that is =
| 391998 [dickyhide@gm] So I add this command 'env -i $SHELL --norc' on crontab directly?
| 392057 [shortcutter@] No.  This was intended for testing only.
+ 391999 [dickyhide@gm] I write a script which it can link to ftp server and to download files.

integrating requirements in the code
391971 [job.nijenhui] I'm a very new Ruby user, but I ran into a few problems.

[ANN] Ruby-GNOME2 1.1.0
391973 [kou@co mi ng] The Ruby-GNOME2 project released Ruby-GNOME2 1.1.0.
392032 [ashbbb@gm il] At first, thank you for the release of Ruby-GNOME2 1.1.0.
392362 [ashbbb@gm il] Ruby-GNOME2 1.1.1 released
392376 [ashbbb@gm il] Sorry, I made a quick and wrong judgment. xx-P
392382 [zachary@za h] What does green_shoes use for audio and video now?
+ 392411 [ashbbb@gm il] Thank you for the good information.
+ 392412 [kou@co mi ng] We have a problem about patent not license for MP3.

[ANN] inversion 0.5.0 Released
391977 [ged@Fa ri MU] inversion version 0.5.0 has been released!

Re: Facebook like notification system
391979 [leszek.kalwa] Anyone of you know or use solution similar to facebook wall

Using a util class in ruby.
391981 [namratark@ya] I have a the following
+ 391985 [b.candler@po] I think you mean if p1 = Profession.new
+ 391988 [namratark@ya] Yes, I meant p1 = Profession.new

'with-static-linked-ext' does what, now?
391989 [myphatproxy@] I had thought from readme.ext that configuring with the
+ 391993 [code@ap th o] I'd guess it means that the libraries on which the interpreter depends
+ 392075 [myphatproxy@] It's regarding the configure options when building Ruby.  What I'm
| 392094 [luislavena@g] Ruby README, section "How to compile and install"
+ 392095 [shevegen@li ] Is it even possible to compile and use a completely static ruby variant
  392099 [myphatproxy@] Yes, I had already removed the comment marks from the appropriate lines.

Trouble getting ffi and getmntinfo to work
391990 [djberg96@gm ] I'm trying to use getmntinfo on OSX (Snow leopard), but I can't seem to
392042 [djberg96@gm ] Oops, apparently I have to explicitly call getmntinfo64 because,