65725-84035 subjects 66237-83952
^ Redirecting/Logging output
65917 [brusch2 gmx.] the following code solves my problem for now, but is there a "nicer"
+ 65922 [nobu.nokada ] class << (log = File.new('log.txt','w'))
| 65927 [B.Candler po] print "Hello"
| 65975 [nobu.nokada ] I'd forgot about 1.6.
+ 65926 [bob.news gmx] class SplitOutput
65928 [B.Candler po] $defout = $logger
^ how to get IIS to execute ruby scripts?
65918 [jonnypichler] i tried a few things with ISAPI-filters or so on but it doesn't do what i
65934 [chrismo clab] I decided to Wikify my setup knowledge - check out
^ [ANN] Radical 0.65 released
65947 [idan idanso.] = Version 0.65
+ 65958 [john.carter ] Yes, but what does Radical do?
| 65961 [kentda stud.] <QUOTE>
+ 65977 [jbritt ruby-] What is Radical?
+ 66004 [roberto REMO] [courtesy cc of this posting sent to cited author via email]
+ 83866 [roberto REMO] [courtesy cc of this posting sent to cited author via email]
66123 [idan idanso.] Yes, under certain conditions the interepter just segfaults(I think
^ thx, perfect
65948 [jonnypichler] thx, this is perfect
65950 [chrismo clab] response there, then linked to it here.
^ Ruby Optimization (was: Re: Ruby Compile-time ...)
65952 [dcarrera mat] Alright, it seems that things like contant folding would not be so
65954 [batsman.geo ] I believe the overall picture is best described by saying that in Perl
^ FXRuby FXTable columnwidth by content?
65956 [Golgatha gmx] The question is short. is there a good way to set the columnwidth of a
65959 [lyle users.s] No, there is no way to *automatically* resize a column based on the
65979 [sander knolo] # FXTable has two new API's, getMinRowHeight() and getMinColumnwidth() which
^ 'each' returning array
65962 [schatten nos] Is there a way to transparently accumulate expresions evaluated within
+ 65963 [dcarrera mat] Would Array#map do what you want?
| 65976 [schatten nos] In this case: yes, or more general (not involving %w-style literal
+ 65965 [nobu.nokada ] Enumerator in "rough".
+ 65967 [ahoward fsl.] how have i lived so long without knowing that!
| 65978 [nobu.nokada ] $ cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/src co rough/ext/enumerator
+ 66087 [schatten nos] Finally I've written a 5-lines long mixin, ..
+ 83888 [schatten nos] Finally I've written a 5-lines long mixin, ..
^ Looking for shell emulation with command completion
65968 [jim freeze.o] Has anyone written a ruby console app that supports
65969 [vjoel PATH.B] How about just using irb? It's not hard to extract enough code from the
65970 [jim freeze.o] Never thought about that. Doesn't irb use readline for
65971 [vjoel PATH.B] Yes.
^ FXRuby 1.0.20 seg fault
65974 [_soso softho] I built from sources FOX-1.0.34 and FXRuby-1.0.20 on Win32 with VC-6.0
65982 [jbritt ruby-] I noticed a new entry in the RAA for a 3-D game called Hail, described as "free 3d gladiatorial combat game for windows."
65987 [hal9000 hype] I did much the same research you did, and was coming to
+ 66016 [chrismo clab] Maybe this is a sign of Ruby's popularity -- spamming the RAA :)
+ 66023 [lyle users.s] I saw Lorien's name, too, so I figured it was probably legitimate in
+ 83871 [lyle users.s] I saw Lorien's name, too, so I figured it was probably legitimate in
+ 83950 [jamesUNDERBA] Some time ago, Lorien sent me a number of E-mails describing the role of
+ 83967 [hal9000 hype] Something is rotten in Denmark, to quote Shakespeare.
^ Ruby article at News Factor
65983 [dcarrera mat] Daniel Carrera
+ 65990 [mikkelfj-ant] "It's been whispered about in secret for the past few years. Some of the
+ 83861 [mikkelfj-ant] "It's been whispered about in secret for the past few years. Some of the
65984 [chicolinux y] unsubscribe
^ Ruby Application Server
65985 [waisun.chia ] I'm in the process of selecting a Ruby Application server for
+ 65989 [mikkelfj-ant] Seaside docs.
+ 65994 [avi beta4.co] In what sense is Radical inspired by Seaside? I took a quick look
^ I'm stuck
65991 [frido q-soft] Well my problem sounds IMHO trivial.
^ [ANN] oocp 2.0.0
65992 [sinara blade] oocp Version 2.0.0 released.
^ ruby-talk ml
65996 [Eugene.Scrip] Best regards,
^ reading the output of a program "in real-time"
65997 [laurent data] I'm still learning Ruby, and I have a small question.
65998 [nobu.nokada ] You have to let the program recognize stdout as a tty.
66002 [laurent data] Thank you very much !
^ Convert python script in ruby
66000 [gp NOSPAM.le] Is there any software to convert python script in ruby?
66062 [achou tealea] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
66068 [feldt ce.cha] Interesting, do you have a Python parser in there?
66176 [achou tealea] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
^ Un site web professionnel prix modŮ”
66006 [contact net-] =20
^ Internal node MEMO
66008 [feldt ce.cha] I'm trying to get up to date with Ruby internals. Some questions regarding
66011 [chadfowler c] but since you've been away, you might not know that there's a ruby-core list
66012 [feldt ce.cha] Thanks I didn't know that. Will subscribe.
^ [OT] Re: I'm stuck
66014 [batsman.geo ] ;-)
+ 66033 [frido q-soft] Well as I understand the docs are on Japanese. Well ahem my Japanese
+ 83874 [frido q-soft] Well as I understand the docs are on Japanese. Well ahem my Japanese
66038 [batsman.geo ] The point is that for most of us the sources are the only documentation when
+ 66041 [ahoward fsl.] isn't there some effort at a wiki-rdoc hackup of the ruby source? if so,
+ 83876 [ahoward fsl.] isn't there some effort at a wiki-rdoc hackup of the ruby source? if so,
66043 [batsman.geo ] If I'm not mistaken it's in the CVS head.
^ Divide by Zero in RDE
66015 [johan.nilsso] [sorry if this is off-topic]
^ 'nother Ruby Article
66017 [STUCKNER MUL] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
66020 [batsman.geo ] _ _
^ 4 Senior Developer positions at Java tools company
66024 [ergnosis btc] (Please do not reply to this posting. Contact details are provided on our
^ ftp slow
66026 [asodu azot.c] Who can explain me, why same code on ruby much more slow then same on perl
66029 [peter semant] You might try locating the part that is slowest.
66031 [mxvera qwest] Hey everyone, we need to encourage Daniel Berger, who has started the
66037 [djberge qwes] Apparently my co-worker picked a bad week to quit doing barbiturates. :-P
^ Re: your BMW dcw
66040 [jam_kernovit] <html>
^ rubynet-announce Digest, Vol 1, Issue 31
66042 [rubynet-anno] Send rubynet-announce mailing list submissions to
^ need help using sqlsh
66044 [jim freeze.o] Does anyone have some docs on sqlsh.new found in ruby_dbi.
^ Test Unit help
66045 [jd204 NSnih.] I'm new to unit testing, and test-first development. Sometimes I
+ 66049 [batsman.geo ] def test_foo(w = nil)
+ 66060 [jweirich one] Help is just a simple refactoring away. Since the test_xxx methods are
+ 66064 [jd204 NSnih.] 1) Assertions need not be placed in 'test_xxx' methods.
+ 83878 [jd204 NSnih.] 1) Assertions need not be placed in 'test_xxx' methods.
^ LibNeural on OS X: undefined symbols
66046 [thealmightyd] Running OS X 10.2.4, trying to make use of Akimichi Tatsukawa's
^ Ruby Tk
66053 [xfan1 lucent] /home/bhp/rje/ruby/ruby-1.6.1/ext/tcltklib/tcltklib.so (LoadError)
^ debug with emacs
66054 [seth cql.com] What's the procedure to use the ruby debugger in emacs? I get the message
66173 [armin xss.de] M-x rubydb => ruby -r debug test.rb
^ Beta Testers Needed
66055 [seth cql.com] All,
^ Re: FXRuby Reference
66058 [lyle users.s] For any gaps in that documentation (and there are still many!) you will
^ how is ruby's timing?
66065 [ccos bigpond] i'm thinking of using ruby as a scripting
^ Idea for a small app
66066 [hal9000 hype] Here's an idea in case someone wants to run
66069 [mike osdn.or] That's here already, look for synergy2.
66070 [hal9000 hype] Nice to know. Thanks, I'll look for it.
^ Re: your BMW hwia
66067 [jam_kernovit] <html>
^ Narf & eRuby
66074 [rayz gloria-] is it possible - use narf libs in eruby ?
^ Ruby & Source Navigator
66075 [nigel waspz.] Does anyone know of a Ruby parser that can be used with Source Navigator
^ VIRUS NOTIFICATION
66076 [anti-virus d] ################# VIRUS NOTIFICATION #################
^ Re: your BMW fku
66078 [jam_kernovit] <html>
^ [BUG] gc_sweep(): unknown data type 48
66079 [batsman.geo ] ./dict.rb:316: [BUG] gc_sweep(): unknown data type 48
66082 [nobu.nokada ] I guess it should be (1), a bug around GC.
+ 66084 [batsman.geo ] I'm working on it; my `ulimit -c` was 0 and I just fixed it, but the
+ 66085 [batsman.geo ] Finally got one. It's 8MB, but I'm using the following script to try to
+ 66090 [nobu.nokada ] core files unique.
| 66104 [batsman.geo ] You mean adding instance variables to a String? I don't do that...
| 66127 [nobu.nokada ] Yes, I meant it. Hmmm, it might not be, more information is
| 66129 [batsman.geo ] I'm having a problem to get it :( If I rebuild the Debian package (so
+ 66093 [matz ruby-la] Thank you. It seems a bug that Nobu already fixed recently. Try the
66166 [batsman.geo ] I finally found a way to reproduce the bug with some predictability
66184 [nobu.nokada ] What's this obj's content? Try `rp obj' with attached
66239 [batsman.geo ] #3 0x080ad77a in rb_bug (fmt=0x80b1300 "gc_sweep(): unknown data type %d") at error.c:180
66242 [matz ruby-la] I'm afraid so. But, too often, when I doubt others, it turns out to
66246 [batsman.geo ] Can I give you any more information?
66247 [decoux moulo] The best is to try to give a simple example where it's easy to reproduce
^ 'Spamicity' value (was: Re: your BMW fku)
66080 [batsman.geo ] X-Spam-Status: No, hits=4.5 required=5.0
+ 66081 [nobu.nokada ] What about the gain for HTML only mails?
+ 66091 [spectra debi] Or to use a bayesian filter.
+ 66106 [martindemell] Ack! I fall foul of the current limit often enough - I'd hate to think
+ 83885 [martindemell] Ack! I fall foul of the current limit often enough - I'd hate to think
83948 [dan sidhe.or] More likely an upgrade to a newer version of SpamAssassin (2.60 seems
^ Joint Venture (urgent response needed)
66083 [richardakuez] FROM THE DESK OF
^ Problem with Struct in Ruby 1.8.0
66086 [ks tp1.ruhr-] I have a problem with class Struct in Ruby 1.8.0.
^ Anything like Class::DBI from Perl
66088 [pw-googlegro] We've been doing some work using Class::DBI in Perl which makes access
^ Re: your BMW rtx
66099 [jam_kernovit] <html>
^ A question about require.
66100 [ben.thomas w] I was wondering what is the best way to "re-require" a file in ruby. In
+ 66101 [batsman.geo ] load "script_that_has_foo_in_it.rb"
| 66389 [ben.thomas w] Sorry I didn't reply in the mailing list (a habit not to spam).
+ 66102 [dblack super] load (as opposed to require)
+ 66103 [kentda stud.] Sounds like you would be better of with just using Kernel#load
+ 83903 [kentda stud.] Sounds like you would be better of with just using Kernel#load
^ mixing IO#read and IO#syswrite
66110 [vjoel PATH.B] The docs clearly warn against mixing buffered and unbuffered reads, or
66118 [nobu.nokada ] It's safe because IO#rewind and underlying IO#seek implies
^ Re: arctan in ruby
66111 [cyclists nc.] def arctan(x)
^ Additions to pop.rb...
66112 [frank fejes.] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
66120 [aamine lover] Thank you very much. Your patch seems good, except `stat' method
66121 [frank oopdre] Great! I do think, though, that stat should belong to the POP3 object since
66122 [aamine lover] Ah, just I forgot it. Thanks.
^ Alternate location for ruby-expect?
66117 [Peter.Booth ] The pc3.cesga.es server that hosts ruby-expect is down at present.
66771 [jfontan cesg] It's working now. I'll change the server to other more stable, but don't know
^ GUI toolkit supporting Global IME?
66119 [bsl04 comp.u] I'm unable to confirm which if any of the Ruby GUI toolkits support
+ 66181 [mikkelfj-ant] Fox is not ready
+ 83907 [mikkelfj-ant] Fox is not ready
+ 84018 [mikkelfj-ant] Fox is not ready
83979 [rocioestrada] As Far as I know it works on Tk, I just tried one of the widgets samples
^ OT: Fugue in eight voices - was Re: Anything like Class::DBI from Perl
66125 [hal9000 hype] Simon, that is the funniest thing I've seen
^ libxml and umlauts
66128 [manfred topp] i have try my first steps with libxml.
66199 [manfred.hans] my first solution.
^ Re: Fugue in eight voices - was Re: Anything like Class::DBI from Perl
66130 [chadfowler c] Hal, why does this always have to turn into a Perl vs. Ruby argument? :)
66133 [batsman.geo ] 1: How can I do xyz in Ruby?
^ [ANN] DbTalk 0.72
66134 [dali epot.cz] I would like to announce a new release of my Ruby project DbTalk.
+ 66165 [sdate everes] Dalibor,
+ 83914 [sdate everes] Dalibor,
^ Ruby 1.8.0 bug
66137 [child t9.ds.] [BUG] unknown node type 0
+ 66141 [seth cql.com] I also see this periodically. However, when I do see it, it is caused by an
| 66144 [decoux moulo] This is not normal.
| 66160 [child t9.ds.] It should be easy - I'll send it to you later today.
| 66167 [seth cql.com] This has nothing to do with gentoo. I see the same behavior on Debian, Red
+ 66145 [nobu.nokada ] Can you show the stack trace?
+ 66147 [seth cql.com] When I see this behavior, if I show the stack trace the message no longer
| 66152 [batsman.geo ] Aren't you getting a core dump?
| 66157 [seth cql.com] No, obviously not. If I were getting a core dump I would have the stack
| 66162 [batsman.geo ] You should :) If you're in bash do
| 66168 [seth cql.com] I have ulimit set correctly and other apps do indeed produce cores. I've not
+ 66206 [uehli bluewi] I ran over the same bug some time ago. Matz tried to reproduce it, but failed
^ [ANN] NYC Smalltalk March Events
66154 [sanchezc ear] 1. March 3rd, Introduction to Smalltalk - Method Invocation
^ Re: Spawn new window with FXRuby
66175 [lyle users.s] Many of the example programs included with FXRuby do exactly this --
^ Clearing up questions on HAIL ( was RE: Hail?)
66178 [jbritt ruby-] I received a reply about Hail from Neil Boyd, HAIL Lead Design. The game is legit. Ruby is used to script certain features; that
^ Bug in date.rb?
66185 [child t9.ds.] def <=> (other)
^ [ANN] fsdb
66187 [vjoel PATH.B] FSDB is a file system data base. FSDB provides a thread-safe,
66188 [dcarrera mat] What's Ruby's new IRC server? I forgot.
66192 [wmoxam klick] irc.freenode.net
66193 [dcarrera mat] Thanks.
^ More on blocking...
66195 [seth cql.com] Back on the subject of IO and blocking, I have another situation. (These
66196 [matz ruby-la] Finally, I got the clue, I think. You're mixing non-blocking IO with
66197 [seth cql.com] Ah, OK, now I begin to see also.
66198 [matz ruby-la] Unfortunately, it does.
^ [ANN] xml-configfile 0.9.0
66200 [contact maik] Yo!
^ Ruby/GNOME2 as multi-platform GUI toolkit
66202 [gour mail.in] I am considering which GUI toolkit to choose for Ruby development.
+ 66209 [eblanton cs.] I don't know about Gnome2 in general, but Gtk2 certainly works on
+ 66212 [brian coolna] As of 8.4 (at least), TK also supports Unicode. And Qt3 will probably
+ 83905 [eblanton cs.] I don't know about Gnome2 in general, but Gtk2 certainly works on
+ 84024 [eblanton cs.] I don't know about Gnome2 in general, but Gtk2 certainly works on
66210 [dcarrera mat] I think that Gtk2 is your best bet. Personally, that's what I plan on
66213 [gour mail.in] Thank you for your replies.
^ Re: eruby problem
66207 [frank nospam] What does your apache error log say? Are you running mod_ruby?
84022 [frank nospam] What does your apache error log say? Are you running mod_ruby?
+ 66228 [frank nospam] [code snipped]
+ 83919 [frank nospam] [code snipped]
| 83923 [frank nospam] What does your apache error log say? Are you running mod_ruby?
+ 84032 [frank nospam] [code snipped]
66211 [bob.news gmx] I'm pondering whether to start a module that does code generation for
^ Prolly a simple question
66217 [ghost-no-spa] Sorry if these questions have come up before, but google searching hasn't
^ Expect.rb -- possible patch...
66218 [hgs dmu.ac.u] I have been wanting to use Ruby for expect-like applications, but
66225 [danj 3skel.c] Can anyone explain the purpose of CGI_PARAMS in `cgi.rb'; why the
+ 66227 [ahoward fsl.] -a
+ 83900 [ahoward fsl.] -a
+ 84033 [ahoward fsl.] -a
^ ANN: coco/rb ver 0.5.0
66229 [probertm NOS] I have finally got around to using, and thus testing, coco/rb and an