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[ANN] rbnacl-libsodium 0.4.5: a high-level crypto library, now vendored into a gem
415093 [bascule@gm i] libsodium is a portable repackaging of NaCl, a high-level crypto library.

[ANN] nokogiri 1.6.2.1 Released
415102 [mike.dalessi] nokogiri version 1.6.2.1 has been released!

creating methods automatically
415107 [kenpeng@pr v] Greetings,
+ 415108 [jgabrielygal] There might be other ways, but the json included in the stdlib parses
+ 415109 [amadeusfoleg] require 'json'                       # require the json library
  415112 [kenpeng@pr v] Thanks all for the helps.

[ANN] zbatery 4.2.0 - forkless server for the sleepy
415110 [normalperson] Zbatery is an HTTP server for Rack applications on systems that either

minitest Process.fork regression
415113 [space.ship.t] I would greatly appreciate if some other developers could chime in on this
415114 [normalperson] Sorry it's not convenient for me to login to GH (and I may not have Internet
415115 [space.ship.t] Thanks, that is a great example of why this is a big issue.
415116 [space.ship.t] Sorry to double reply, but at your earliest convenience feel free to drop
415132 [normalperson] I do not consider this a big issue (which is why I did not bring it up

Instance variable in method definition?
415117 [gvimrc@gm il] MyApp.controller :products do
415124 [abinoam@gm i] At
415125 [abinoam@gm i] Sorry for the typo on this line

How can I create a dynamic array, whose default element will empty hash ?
415119 [aruprakshit@] ...
415120 [craig@ma ac ] Only way I can think of is if you subclass Array, and override #[]?  You'd then
415121 [aruprakshit@] ...
415123 [abinoam@gm i] Look,
415126 [aruprakshit@] Thanks Abinoam for your reply. I actually looking to create an Array, whose
+ 415127 [craig@ma ac ] why not use a hash then?
| 415128 [abinoam@gm i] Repeating myself and agreeing with Craig, you're in need of a Hash not an Array.
+ 415133 [shortcutter@] array = []
  415134 [tamouse.list] This is exquisite. :)

[ANN] marketo-api-ruby 0.9.1 Released
415122 [austin@cl ar] marketo-api-ruby version 0.9.1 has been released!

[ANN] minitest 5.3.4 Released
415129 [ryand-ruby@z] minitest version 5.3.4 has been released!

[ANN] worldcup.db - Pre-Built SQLite Database (Incl. All World Cups: Uruguay 1930 to Brazil 2014)
415130 [gerald.bauer] I've pre-built w/ the sportdb Ruby gem [1] worldcup.db - an SQLite

[ANN] color 1.6 Released
415131 [halostatue@g] color version 1.6 has been released!

[ANN] JRubyConf EU 2014 (CFP closes Sunday)
415135 [headius@he d] We'd like to invite you to submit to the JRubyConf.eu CFP (handled

[ANN] nokogiri 1.6.3.rc1 Released
415136 [mike.dalessi] nokogiri version 1.6.3.rc1 has been released!

[ANN] mime-types 2.3 Released
415137 [halostatue@g] mime-types version 2.3 has been released!

[ANN] RbNaCl 3.1.0: a modern cryptography for Ruby: now with scrypt
415138 [bascule@gm i] Happy Friday everyone!

How to read the descriptions of error codes from OS using Ruby ?
415139 [aruprakshit@] I am looking for if there is any way to get the description out from the
415140 [normalperson] Something like the strerror(3) function in the C standard library?
415141 [aruprakshit@] Thanks for this. I was not aware of this. I thought, to fetch the description

why does this fail
415142 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
+ 415143 [madgenhetic@] charset=windows-1252
+ 415144 [abinoam@gm i] Change II (or) to && (and).
+ 415145 [peterhickman] From a quick glance
  415146 [abinoam@gm i] There's lots of ways to do that.

how do I give a instance variable a default value
415147 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
+ 415148 [jgabrielygal] 2.0.0p195 :001 > class Account
| + 415149 [chris.hulan@] @Jesus it seems to me he is using an online tutorial/trainer that prompts
| + 415150 [marian.mosle] I have never seen the "Oops" message either.  Maybe this what you are
|   415151 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
|   415164 [jgabrielygal] x == y ? (x -= 1; puts x) : (y-= 1 ; puts y)
+ 415152 [blasecodes@g] You are setting value of balance attribute (instead of instance variable)

yard, attr_reader and setters
415153 [detlef.reich] # This is an example class

learn how to write simple tests.
415154 [r.wobben@ho ] Im now trying to do the first exercises of codewars.
+ 415155 [amadeusfoleg] You can test that the `greeter` method returns hello world, on ruby
| 415157 [r.wobben@ho ] hmm ,
| + 415158 [amadeusfoleg] Which ruby version are you using?
| + 415159 [madgenhetic@] charset=us-ascii
|   + 415160 [r.wobben@ho ] Im working on codewars. I will try to ask them for some help.
|   + 415161 [r.wobben@ho ] Thanks,
|     415162 [atma@co va e] charset=utf-8
|     415163 [r.wobben@ho ] Changed it and still the syntax error message.
|     415165 [eshurmin@gm ] Oh...
|     415166 [r.wobben@ho ] found it after a little bit trying.
|     + 415167 [eshurmin@gm ] I don't know 'even?' method.
|     + 415168 [eveith@ww eb] ven
|       415169 [eveith@ww eb] =2D--%<---
|       415170 [stu@ru yp og] Curious. How do you test a function embedded in another function?
+ 415156 [aruprakshit@] It is easy with - http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib-2.1.1/libdoc/test/unit/rdoc/Test/Unit/Assertions.html#method-i-assert_equal

what is wrong here
415171 [r.wobben@ho ] I want to sort a hash by first the value and after that the key.
415172 [eshurmin@gm ] ...
415173 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
415174 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
415175 [eshurmin@gm ] a =3D {:a =3D> 6,:b =3D>5, :c =3D>4}
415176 [r.wobben@ho ] ...
+ 415177 [eshurmin@gm ] Oh.. now I see what you want.
+ 415178 [jgabrielygal] You have an array of hashes. Each element of the array has a value by

[ANN] ElixirConf 2014: Registration NOW OPEN
415179 [jimfreeze@gm] For those interested Rubyists, ElixirConf has opened registration.

how can I do this
415180 [r.wobben@ho ] I have a exercise where I must count differences between two strings.
+ 415181 [paul.christo] In general I would prefer using #each over 'for', like
| + 415182 [r.wobben@ho ] Thanks for the tip.
| + 415186 [w3gat@nw ag ] You might consider one of the routines which computes a distance between
+ 415183 [sandor.szuec] => ["f", "o", "o"]

[ANN] flog 4.2.1 Released
415184 [ryand-ruby@z] flog version 4.2.1 has been released!

[ANN] flay 2.5.0 Released
415185 [ryand-ruby@z] flay version 2.5.0 has been released!

for the next step book or codeschool?
415187 [r.wobben@ho ] I have followed the ruby track on codeacademy.
+ 415188 [atma@co va e] charset=utf-8
+ 415189 [blasecodes@g] Now that you know the basics, you should move on to something more
| 415195 [r.wobben@ho ] Thanks,
+ 415190 [bsv.1511@gm ] Hey,

simple thread in MINGW32 c extension cannot be joined
415191 [Tino.Lange@i] I'm currently trying to build a cross platform C++ Ruby Extension module.
428242 [vishal@ma ks] KINDLY UN SUBSCRIBE ME
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Binary to 32 bit numbers
415192 [adamwenham64] I'm working on a problem on Codewars where an IPv4 address is converted to
+ 415193 [programmer21] ...
+ 415194 [madgenhetic@] ...
+ 428255 [w3gat@nw ag ] if you include each group as a Hex number you get 80.20.0A.01 Also don't

Inconsistency in Enumerable#reduce without initial value
415196 [andrew@av t.] {"a" => "b"}.reduce { raise }
+ 415199 [abinoam@gm i] IMHO perhaps #reduce needs at least two values to do his job!
| 415201 [andrew@av t.] Ah, that seems to make sense, thanks. It still seems surprising that it
| 415202 [matthew@ke w] doesn't yield the block in only that case. I do wonder if this is intended,
| 415203 [andrew@av t.] Right on. When I thought about it some more I realized the same thing.
| 428249 [shortcutter@] There is a distinction between invoking #reduce or #inject without
+ 415204 [matthew@ke w] I think you want ¡­hsh.map{|k,v|v}.reduce{|m,e|e}¡­ or
  428247 [ryand-ruby@z] =B4hsh.reduce{|m,e|e}.map{|k,v|v}=B4

Why does String#% method not work with hash having keys as strings ?
415197 [aruprakshit@] "%s => %s" % hash.values_at('time', 'result')
+ 428240 [botpena@gm i] no tricks here. just plain  ruby code
| 428274 [aruprakshit@] I wouldn't convert a hash to hash again. Because for me, it is then easy to
+ 428253 [shortcutter@] irB(mAin):008:0> "A%04dB" % 1
  428258 [ryand-ruby@z] On May 31, 2014, at 6:18, Robert Klemme <shortcutter@googlemail.com> =
  428263 [shortcutter@] Yes, exactly my point.
  428267 [ryand-ruby@z] On Jun 2, 2014, at 0:27, Robert Klemme <shortcutter@googlemail.com> =
  428271 [shortcutter@] Well, I read it differently but there you go.
  + 428272 [matthew@ke w] I suspect Arup meant "with a hash" rather than "to hash."Only folk with
  + 428275 [aruprakshit@] That's my mistake and bad English made you guys confused.

why do Ruby think this is a symbol.
415198 [r.wobben@ho ] def solution(keys, default_value)
415200 [myappleguy@g] Your calling .add on answer (which is a hash) within your each block.

Ruby threadering
415205 [monsegurh@gm] how do i threadering in ruby?
+ 415663 [matthew@ke w] You'd probably need a threaderer.
+ 415665 [atma@co va e] charset=utf-8

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