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^ [ANN] flickr_cli version 0.1.5
393605 [beholdthepan] *"A command line interface to a photo sharing website is surely an

^ [ANN] pg 0.13.2 Released
393606 [ged FaerieMU] pg version 0.13.2 has been released!

^ [ANN] minitest-excludes 1.0.1 Released
393607 [ryand-ruby z] minitest-excludes version 1.0.1 has been released!
393649 [transfire gm] I am wondering, why would one ever use "skip" now as opposed to using this
393650 [ryand-ruby z] this new exclude feature?
393688 [headius head] Short story: we want to run MRI's tests without modifying them.

^ Accessing a web page and looking for a file and downloading if found
393609 [ruby.student] 1. Access a public website.
393614 [ryand-ruby z] I would use mechanize for this.
393623 [ruby.student] Great. I'll give it a try.
393628 [matma.rex gm] httparty / rest-client / standard Net::HTTP for Internet access;
393629 [ruby.student] Thank you

^ [ANN] RubyInline 3.11.2 Released
393610 [ryand-ruby z] RubyInline version 3.11.2 has been released!

^ [ANN] vlad 2.2.5 Released
393611 [ryand-ruby z] vlad version 2.2.5 has been released!
393617 [saji u-aizu.] like the presentation..awesome. Some of the links to examples are

^ Re: [jruby-user] [ANN] JRuby 1.6.7 Released
393615 [tom.enebo gm] For 1.7.x, for sure, we will continue to fix any bugs in 1.8 mode that

^ Re: difficulty loading local class files with "ruby1.9.1" on Ubuntu 11.10
393619 [kachick1 gma] use "Kernel#require_relative", later Ruby 1.9.2

^ Re: Cannot do string compare
393620 [kachick1 gma] l is "THIS "

^ Failing to install mechanize
393625 [ruby.student] I am trying to install *mechanize* but it is failing. Any help will be
+ 393627 [raf amidev.c] I would advise you to unistall your ruby installation and install rvm
| 393633 [ruby.student] OK, I got rvm installed. It also looks like it installed ruby.
| 393635 [raf amidev.c] Type in rvm list first to see what Ruby version you have got installed.
| 393637 [ruby.student] Great!
| 393638 [raf amidev.c] Check if you have got everything installed for rvm by typing rvm
| 393643 [ruby.student] Will do.
+ 393630 [jeremy bopp.] When you see errors or notifications like what you're getting, it means
  393632 [raf amidev.c] You can try to install all the package containing this word

^ URI.www_encode_form(parms) on Windows 7
393626 [mikelupo aol] using Ruby 1.9.3

^ An RDOC question
393636 [ruby.student] When I install a gem I notice that the documentation (rdoc) is also
+ 393639 [sutniuq gmx.] $ gem server
| 393644 [ruby.student] Works like a charm!
+ 393646 [ryand-ruby z] installed.

^ How do I recursively traverse a data structure containing a mix of types?
393651 [mikelupo aol] For starters, I'm a total ruby noob who needs to be able to structure
+ 393652 [ryand-ruby z] that needs to be `hash.each do |k,v|`
+ 393654 [mikelupo aol] Thanks Ryan Davis.

^ [ANN] Ruby-Mongrel2 0.13.0 Released
393653 [ged FaerieMU] Ruby-Mongrel2 version 0.13.0 has been released!

^ Re: mapping two (or more) arrays in parallel
393655 [kachick1 gma] my approach
393656 [b.candler po] I always thought it would be cool if map, select, zip etc. with a block

^ [ANN] Ruby Test v0.4.0 released
393657 [transfire gm] Ruby Test 0.4.0 has been released.

^ Re: subtraction question
393658 [b.candler po] What have you tried so far? Is this a homework question?

^ Re: Perl like array/string slicing in Ruby?
393659 [kachick1 gma] Ruby has Array#values_at .

^ [ANN] Tork 18.1.0
393660 [sunaku gmail] Tork ----> Test with Fork

^ Re: Find a substring in a string
393661 [kachick1 gma] At first, check below points.
393662 [kachick1 gma] ":" did not match the line "Hello World",

^ [ANN] markd 0.2.0 Released
393663 [daixque gmai] markd version 0.2.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] Ruby-Mongrel2 0.14.0 Released
393664 [ged FaerieMU] Ruby-Mongrel2 version 0.14.0 has been released!
393665 [sophrinix gm] Thank you all for the hard work you put in to this project.

^ [ANN] Spectroscope v0.1.0 released
393666 [transfire gm] Spectroscope 0.1.0 has been released.

^ Simple sound generator for Ruby (using PortAudio)
393667 [ryohashimoto] You can generate sounds in Ruby by following codes.

^ Re: [ruby-cvs:42007] nobu:r34829 (trunk): * ext/bigdecimal/bigdecimal.c (GetVpValueWithPrec): since methods
393668 [drbrain segm] _nurat_canonicalization

^ [ANN] inifile 1.0.0
393669 [tim.pease gm] inifile version 1.0.0

^ [ANN] Citron v0.4.0 released
393670 [transfire gm] Citron 0.4.0 has been released.

^ Rubymoticons
393671 [rubytalk2dav] I was demonstrating injection of a symbol, and noticed a familiar
393674 [zettabyte gm] Hmm, a little off-topic, but how come my ruby 1.9.2-p290 version of irb
393680 [matma.rex gm] I think that irb, seeing a - or + sign at end of lines, assumes it's
393681 [rubytalk2dav] That makes sense, but it should be smart enough to realize that it's a
393682 [echristopher] Also, it should then take the next line entered and attempt to use it
393683 [matma.rex gm] Actually, I think it does. But it doesn't strip the newline signs from
+ 393684 [adam apresco] 2012/2/29 Bartosz Dziewo=C5=84ski <matma.rex@gmail.com>
+ 393685 [echristopher] irb(main):001:0> :-
  393689 [flo andersgr] .chomp
  393690 [echristopher] Yes, but not in irb; in irb, after you type "foo \n", it is
  393692 [matma.rex gm] ruby -e 'p eval(":-; 1")'
  393700 [zettabyte gm] 2012/3/1 Bartosz Dziewo=C5=84ski <matma.rex@gmail.com>

^ [ANN] Be v0.1.0 released
393672 [transfire gm] Be 0.1.0 has been released.

^ [ANN] mogilefs-client 3.1.1 released
393673 [normalperson] A MogileFS client library for Ruby.  MogileFS is an open source

^ Re: Script RC on Windows
393675 [kachick1 gma] You mean like this?
393676 [echristopher] Kenichi, I keep seeing your messages here, but I never know what
393677 [kachick1 gma] Eric
393678 [echristopher] Sorry if I came off rude. I just discovered another part of why I
393679 [echristopher] Oh, obviously I am getting *some* ruby-forum messages, since I get Kenichi's.

^ [ANN] hoe 2.15.0 Released
393686 [ryand-ruby z] hoe version 2.15.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] minitest 2.11.3 Released
393687 [ryand-ruby z] minitest version 2.11.3 has been released!

^ [ANN] Relativity 0.0.9 released
393691 [peter vanden] Just released version 0.0.9 of 'relativity'

^ Re: Can't understand the behaviour of .to_i
393693 [dinmukhamedk] Hmmmm, i see. Thanks a lot for your help!!!

^ Re: Installing any gems fails!
393694 [luislavena g] It seems one environment variable is affecting RubyGems to work
393698 [raf amidev.c] Uninstall your Ruby and try rvm to manage your Ruby and gems

^ [ANN] Rails 3.0.12 has been released!
393695 [tenderlove r] Rails 3.0.12 has been released.  This release contains various bug fixes

^ [ANN] Rails 3.1.4 has been released!
393696 [tenderlove r] Rails 3.1.4 has been released.  This release contains various bug fixes

^ [ANN] Rails 3.2.2 has been released!
393697 [tenderlove r] Rails 3.2.2 has been released.  This release contains various bug fixes

^ Missing messages
393699 [echristopher] I've been missing a lot of messages in my Gmail the past few days that
+ 393701 [ryand-ruby z] YUP! I'm seeing a drastic reduction in posts, but honestly, I've kind of =
+ 393703 [shortcutter ] I have seen quite a few threads where at least the initial posting was
| 393704 [matma.rex gm] I have similar issues as Robert.
+ 393708 [kachick1 gma] Thank you for letting me know.
  393779 [echristopher] Is any progress being made? Does anyone have an idea of how long it
  393785 [ryand-ruby z] I haven't seen anything suggesting that someone has contacted the =
  393950 [lists ruby-f] This is what's being done from now on. Everything seems to be working

^ [ANN] hoe-travis 1.0 Released
393702 [drbrain segm] * https://github.com/drbrain/hoe-travis

^ regexp removing {xxx ... }
393705 [wybo xs4all.] I'm trying to treat LaTeX files - is there a trick to remove occurrences
393706 [matma.rex gm] I assume that curly braces can be arbitrarily nested within the \large
393713 [wybo xs4all.] Thanks! This is very useful, albeit a braintwister...

^ [ANN] Ruby-Mongrel2 0.15.1 Released
393707 [ged FaerieMU] Ruby-Mongrel2 version 0.15.1 has been released!

^ [ANN] test-unit 2.4.8
393709 [kou cozmixng] test-unit 2.4.8 has been released.

^ [ANN] VCLog v1.9.2 released
393710 [transfire gm] VCLog 1.9.2 has been released.

^ [ANN] MicroTest v0.2.0 released
393711 [transfire gm] MicroTest 0.2.0 has been released.

^ Re: 8bits signed integer
393712 [b.candler po] You only need to do the modulo-256 once at the end.

^ [ANN] nokogiri 1.5.1.rc1 released
393714 [mike.dalessi] Nokogiri version 1.5.1.rc1 has been released!

^ [ANN] Lime v0.3.0 released
393715 [transfire gm] Lime 0.3.0 has been released.

^ http 0.2.0: HTTP so awesome it will lure Catherine Zeta Jones into your unicorn petting zoo
393716 [tony.arcieri] HTTP should be easy!

^ Re: bioruby help
393717 [jan.e online] You're missing one colon after "Bio::Sequence:". The line should say

^ [ANN] parslet 1.3.0 released
393718 [eule space.c] parslet is a Parsing Expression Grammar based[1] parser generator

^ Re: Reading particular text from a txt file
393719 [shortcutter ] You read more than necessary.  You just need to read 8 lines.
393721 [shortcutter ] Please post a sample of the file so we can test ourselves.
393722 [shortcutter ] The line you look for is in line 10 and not 8.  From your initial
393733 [shortcutter ] 1. It will break (throw an exception) if the string is not found in the
393736 [jan.e online] If I understand you correctly, you want to read the second and third

^ Re: Working with bitboards, bit words, binary, not sure?
393720 [shortcutter ] Both should work.  What error messages?
393724 [jan.e online] sprintf (alias format) returns a formatted string, whereas printf

^ Re: Siteruby - 1.9.1 rather than 1.9 ?
393723 [luislavena g] Standard library is installed in /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.9.1
393729 [transfire gm] Never made much bloody sense to me either.

^ Inconsistent behaviour when working with a string
393725 [trishoar bgf] I'm writing a supposedly simple program to help me sort some files in to
+ 393726 [jan.e online] The Dir.foreach iterator always begins with the current directory '.'
| 393734 [shortcutter ] Absolutely!  I'd go just a bit further and make the matching more
| 393735 [trishoar bgf] Thank you, that makes a lot of sense, I'd even noticed the . and ..
+ 393727 [jan.e online] Your code won't work with the current version of Ruby (1.9), because the

^ [ANN] YARD Notes v0.1.0 released
393728 [transfire gm] YARD Notes 0.1.0 has been released.

^ Configuration Convention
393730 [transfire gm] This is probably one of this topics that will get little attention.
+ 393731 [zettabyte gm] all
| 393743 [transfire gm] I think "put up with" is the operative phrase. Yes, `ls` hides them but
| 393758 [zettabyte gm] ing
+ 393739 [shortcutter ] Why remember?  Files are in the file system or VCS repository where you
| 393744 [transfire gm] I just mean remembering all the tools, how to use them, configure them and
+ 393792 [transfire gm] Strewn amidst the CHANGLOG.textile, README.textile, TODO.textile and
+ 393794 [gsinclair gm] I agree.  It's insane not to have all configuration files in a "config"
  393795 [transfire gm] I think there is a chance that it still could. Basically, I see two paths
  393796 [transfire gm] s/up/us

^ Re: Error when trying to read from excel file
393732 [kachick1 gma] You mean like this?
393737 [raf amidev.c] I think we could do with this excell sheet and explanation on what you

^ [C extension] How to detect Linux Kernel and glibc version?
393738 [ibc aliax.ne] kernel and glibc version in which the extension is being compiled (so
393766 [normalperson] kgio just uses: have_func('accept4', %w(sys/socket.h))
393768 [ibc aliax.ne] Just great :)
393781 [normalperson] Yes.
393802 [ibc aliax.ne] Clear, thanks a lot.

^ Re: How to detect Linux Kernel and glibc version?
393740 [shortcutter ] But you could add a few lines, couldn't you?  Why not
393741 [ibc aliax.ne] Just cool :)

^ Getting the class of an object.
393742 [ralphs dos32] Consider;
+ 393745 [ToMaTo Googl] b.method(:foo).owner #=> Dance
| 393746 [ralphs dos32] <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
| 393747 [ymendel pobo] what it is. =A0Is it a method? =A0Is it a local variable? =A0Is it a proc =
+ 393748 [shortcutter ] bar method.
| 393750 [sduncan weta] Great answer. I'm pretty new to Ruby and assumed that defined? returned
| + 393752 [steve stevek] methods that end in ? may not return a boolean, but they will return
| + 393753 [ralphs dos32] Sam,
|   + 393754 [steve stevek] ...
|   + 393755 [sduncan weta] Yeah, that is odd.
|     + 393756 [cu9ypd gmail] defined? is a INSN RTL, there for it's not "defined" in the ruby script =
|     + 393757 [matma.rex gm] defined? is not a method - it's a keyword, or it can be considered a a
+ 393749 [jan.e online] I don't really see why you are looking for Ruby code. Isn't that more of
  393751 [ralphs dos32] Jan,

^ http://ruby-doc.org/docs/keywords/1.9/  : (Object)
393759 [ralphs dos32] What is the purpose of
+ 393760 [cczona gmail] Object is their class, and the root object in Ruby.  (Well,
| + 393762 [echristopher] However, the ones Ralph asked about are NOT methods on Object, or any
| + 393763 [zettabyte gm] Hmm, I was under the impression that keywords were distinct from
|   393765 [cczona gmail] More info here.  http://stackoverflow.com/a/9446185/893498  Short
+ 393764 [transfire gm] defined?

^ [ANN] UnicodeUtils 1.3.0 - case conversion, normalization and more
393761 [perfectly.no] UnicodeUtils - Unicode algorithms in pure Ruby code.

^ Re: Time. to_military_time?
393767 [shortcutter ] irb(main):004:0> Time.mktime 2012,3,10,10,11,12
+ 393769 [sylvester.ke] Out of curiosity, isn't '0457' the same as 4:57 AM? If that's the case, =
| 393770 [wbrisett att] You are correct, and I was wondering the same thing. Unless he has some =
| 393776 [code apotheo] Somehow, I managed to never see midnightish times in print when I was in
| 393843 [darkintent g] ems
| 393845 [code apotheo] Yeah, that too.
| 393851 [b.candler po] => "1657"
+ 393771 [sylvester.ke] Sorry, I missed the reply below, Robert, please ignore the follow-up.

^ Proc.new v. lambda
393772 [ralphs dos32] Is there a way to programmatically determine if an object was generated by Proc.new versus lambda?
393773 [matma.rex gm] Really, you could have checked it yourself.
393774 [ralphs dos32] Bartosz,
+ 393775 [matma.rex gm] It's all documented here: http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/Proc.html
+ 393782 [gwtmp01 mac.] It is always hard to answer 'why?' with respect to design decisions.

^ RDoc::RI::Store to RDoc::TopLevel ?
393777 [transfire gm] I'm working with the RDoc API and I was able to use RDoc::TopLevel without

^ Re: Real Ruby Novice with question about Date class
393778 [randy_at_mat] I had thought of that initially and tried it in irb as well to test and

^ [ANN] hoe 2.16.0 Released
393780 [ryand-ruby z] hoe version 2.16.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] treequel 1.8.5 Released
393783 [ged FaerieMU] treequel version 1.8.5 has been released!

^ [ANN] YARD TomDoc v0.4.0 released
393784 [transfire gm] YARD TomDoc 0.4.0 has been released.

^ [ANN] nokogiri 1.5.1 Released
393786 [mike.dalessi] Nokogiri version 1.5.1 has been released!
393787 [shortcutter ] Thank you!

^ REMOVE ME
393788 [Tim.Cawte fd] YARD Notes 0.1.0 has been released.=20
393789 [ryand-ruby z] List-Id: ruby-talk.ruby-lang.org

^ Re: in > comparison of fixnum with nil failed, what's wrong with my code?
393790 [shortcutter ] Do you also want to count 9,3 or only adjacent pairs?  From your code it

^ Re: Finding intersection of n-number of arrays of integer ranges
393791 [shortcutter ] How exactly do you determine intersections?  In other words: do you only

^ [ANN] nokogiri 1.5.2 Released
393793 [mike.dalessi] Nokogiri version 1.5.2 has been released!

^ [ANN] Ruby-Mongrel2 0.16.0 Released
393797 [ged faeriemu] Ruby-Mongrel2 version 0.16.0 has been released!

^ [ANN] Lightrail 0.99.0: minimalist Rails 3 stack for JSON APIs
393798 [tony.arcieri] One of the great advancements of Rails 3 brought to the table was enough
+ 393799 [saji u-aizu.] Wonderful, this seems to fit my needs very well!! Thank you for this gem!
+ 393800 [botpena gmai] can you tweak rails so you can just do something like,
  393801 [tony.arcieri] Perhaps there will be some cross-pollination between Light Rail and Rails'

^ rspec-2.9.0.rc1 is released!
393803 [dchelimsky g] rspec-2.9.0.rc1 has been released, with numerous enhancements and bug =
393806 [dchelimsky g] There was an error in one of the gemspecs so I just released

^ Re: Nagging (simple) problem
393804 [jan.e online] The range literal 1...self (like Kenichi suggested) is actually the same
393805 [shortcutter ] Note also that there is a fairly simply optimization: use self / 2 as

^ IDE wars
393807 [hawat.thufir] I know that there are others out there, but these are what I found

^ for enumerators:  last, prev ?
393808 [ralphs dos32] I see that enumerators have the methods rewind and next.
393809 [matma.rex gm] Enumerators can only "move" in one direction - forward. #end would be
393813 [ralphs dos32] Bartosz,

^ Re: Problem replacing $data[abc] with $data['abc'] using gsub
393810 [jan.e online] The part ".*?" of the regular expression is very inefficient, because it
+ 393814 [jan.e online] It's called backreference. You can also use it in your regular
+ 393826 [b.candler po] Is it? Have you measured it?
  393827 [matma.rex gm] Sorry, but you're both wrong. :) The expression, as far as I know,
  393828 [jan.e online] Yeah, I was wrong about all characters being consumed. That's how the

^ Re: How do I properly read from a pipe?
393811 [shortcutter ] thread.  If buffers are not sufficiently large enough your version
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