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^ Ruby-session active?
66237 [cjh_nospam m] Sean Crittendon has a ruby-session project on sourceforge. I assume that
66238 [jbritt ruby-] Sean Chittenden runs rubynet.net, and whle I didn't see any mention there of ruby-session, a post to bulletin board might yield

^ encountering EOF not at the End Of File
66241 [meinrad.rech] i m reading binary files into strings ...

^ TCPSocket delay problem
66245 [seth cql.com] Matz,
66248 [matz ruby-la] How about using octet decimal e.g.
66255 [seth cql.com] The dotted address is not available.  That's what DNS lookups are for, to
+ 66256 [decoux moulo] Can you give an example for such names ?
| 66258 [seth cql.com] ad.doubleclick.net
| + 66259 [decoux moulo] What is your system ?
| + 66265 [nobu.nokada ] Something weird for IPv6 at that site?
|   66267 [seth cql.com] Quite likely.  I'll try disabling IPV6 support.
+ 66261 [michael_s_ca] *chuckle*
+ 66264 [matz ruby-la] I'm sorry if you feel offended, it's not my intention.  But if
| + 66270 [ahoward fsl.] ruby -r socket -e 'p (Time.now); p (TCPSocket.new %q(ad.doubleclick.net), 80); p (Time.now)
| + 83939 [ahoward fsl.] ruby -r socket -e 'p (Time.now); p (TCPSocket.new %q(ad.doubleclick.net), 80); p (Time.now)
|   + 66272 [jnews epicso] [Reformatted for clarity]
|   + 66285 [seth cql.com] Ara,
|   + 83942 [jnews epicso] [Reformatted for clarity]
|     + 66286 [seth cql.com] I somehow managed to miss that email with the information about restricting
|     | + 66292 [seth cql.com] Thanks for everyone's help with my delay problem.  The key insight was
|     | | 66302 [batsman.geo ] In my system the following options to configure when building
|     | + 66304 [B.Candler po] FYI there's a very nice archive of this list. From www.ruby-lang.org it's
|     + 66312 [ahoward fsl.] this is valuable information.  thanks for the info!
|     + 83912 [ahoward fsl.] this is valuable information.  thanks for the info!
|     + 83952 [michael_s_ca] ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ??
+ 66266 [eblanton cs.] Is it possible that the hosts in question have IPv6 addresses, and the
+ 83930 [eblanton cs.] Is it possible that the hosts in question have IPv6 addresses, and the

^ parsing a strange date
66249 [cedric.foll ] i'm parsing squid log in Ruby and i've failed to analyse the date with the

^ Ruby Weekly News
66253 [Dave thomase] Ruby Weekly News: 03/04/2003

^ Need some help with ERuby.import
66254 [oliver beddo] I am developing a small website using mod_ruby + eruby, and I was wondering

^ tDiary error: "singleton can't be dumped"
66257 [austin halos] I'm using tDiary 1.5.2 with the Blogkit
66310 [mutoh highwa] We have never seen this kind of error message....
66323 [austin halos] I am in the process of merging local changes with CVS version. (I

^ any ruby news aggregators out there?
66262 [chrismo clab] I checked RAA and didn't see anything out there. Anyone working on an
66263 [austin halos] Yes, and no. I've written a validating RSS 0.91, 0.92, and 2.0
+ 66268 [chrismo clab] Cool - thanks for the update.
| 66277 [austin halos] That would be AmphetaDesk. Yeah, it's a possibility, just not my
+ 66320 [chrismo clab] "I haven't yet uploaded it to the sourceforge project I
  66325 [austin halos] I should have it uploaded tomorrow for an initial version. (I was

^ OSCON
66269 [ptkwt shell1] For those coming to OSCON this year...
+ 66273 [dave pragpro] I'm hoping to give a talk and an all-day tutorial (both on Ruby, of
| 66290 [matz ruby-la] I'm going to give a talk, and hopefully a half-day tutorial.
| + 66291 [seth cql.com] Specifically, what help do you need?
| | 66293 [matz ruby-la] Attend the tutorial, help part of presentation, fill the words I drop
| | + 66294 [seth cql.com] I could do that.  Usually I manage to speak in complete sentences.  :)
| | + 66296 [rich infoeth] I could help as well...whatever you need.
| + 66324 [ged FaerieMU] I'll be there doing a presentation called "Data-Driven Classes in Ruby",
| + 66326 [ptkwt shell1] Matz,
| + 83918 [ptkwt shell1] Matz,
|   83945 [dan sidhe.or] Well, *that's* quite a blast from the past. (Someone's unclogged a
+ 66283 [zak mysql.co] Not that I do anything but lurk on this list, but I will be there. I
+ 66287 [rich infoeth] I will be there as well (speaking on FreeRIDE).
| 66300 [zak mysql.co] A day before or after OSCON would be best for me.
+ 66288 [lennon day-r] I would love to go, already living in Portland and all, but the
+ 66301 [piers ompa.n] I'll be there - doing a talk on Integrating SAP with OpenSource, and

^ Re: coco/rb ver 0.5.0
66271 [mikkelfj-ant] I'll just add that you need not parse a grammar in one stage. For most

^ EBCDIC -> ASCII
66274 [matt black-b] I'm trying to write a Ruby script that will translate data in EBCDIC and
66276 [wjl icecaver] It's not ruby, but translating EBCDIC to ASCII is easily done with
+ 66279 [matt black-b] It's also easily done using dd.  The problem is that there are packed
| 66303 [lkrupp pssw.] I don't suppose you have the source for the COBOL program that
+ 66280 [dblack super] => "1.8.0"
  66281 [wjl icecaver] Hey, very handy! =) I'll have to use that in my new scripts now that I

^ An interview with Andy Hunt and David Thomas
66275 [james jamesb] An interview with Andy Hunt and David Thomas

^ "sysread for buffered IO" during QNX install
66278 [vjoel PATH.B] I'm trying to install ruby on QNX 6.2. I get as far as 'make install'
66282 [vjoel PATH.B] $ ./ruby -v

^ [ANN] Test::Unit::Mock: Mock objects for testing with Test::Unit
66284 [ged FaerieMU] I'd like to announce the initial release of Test::Unit::Mock, a mock
66305 [jweirich one] Excellent!  I was actually thinking about such changes to Mock object

^ ruby-dev summary 19646-19711
66289 [aamine lover] This is a summary of ruby-dev mailing list in these days.

^ OT: Einstein's chauffeur - was Re: OSCON
66295 [hal9000 hype] Probably just that I got up too early this morning...
66298 [seth cql.com] That will only work if you think I could pass for Matz   :)

^ minor glitch in numeric.c
66297 [sdate everes] I was compiling ruby-1.8.0-preview1 from source using VC++ 6.0 on Win XP

^ find a memory leak
66306 [cedric.foll ] for i in 0...NB_THREAD

^ *in*effective userid. More Unix than Ruby
66307 [hgs dmu.ac.u] We have some students using java serllets, and when things go wrong

^ Re: find a memory leak [erreta]
66309 [cedric.foll ] for i in 0...NB_THREAD
83927 [cedric.foll ] for i in 0...NB_THREAD
+ 66313 [bob.news gmx] "Cedric Foll" <cedric.foll@ac-rouen.fr> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 83916 [bob.news gmx] "Cedric Foll" <cedric.foll@ac-rouen.fr> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ how to get RUBY-GD working on windows?
66311 [jonnypichler] i want to get ruby-gd ( http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=ruby-gd )

^ system command expansion after PTY.spawn
66315 [ cvm aiss.de] -<snap>------------------------
+ 66316 [ cvm aiss.de] Sorry, i forgot: This happens with ruby 1.6.8 on Intel Solaris 5.8.
+ 66341 [decoux moulo] Nothing, pty seems have a problem : if someone know well this, he can
+ 66342 [nobu.nokada ] Exception to notice that the child process exited.
  66343 [decoux moulo] OK, but now you really think that this is normal ?
  + 66344 [nobu.nokada ] It may not be easy to use.  I don't know from where this design
  | 66346 [decoux moulo] The signal was installed by pty, if it can't manage this signal it must
  + 66345 [ cvm aiss.de] require 'pty'
    + 66347 [decoux moulo] Well, normally this must be written
    + 66354 [matz ruby-la] This works with 1.8.
      66368 [ cvm aiss.de] require 'pty'
      66371 [matz ruby-la] I think it's the original design by A.Ito, the author of pty.
      66373 [ cvm aiss.de] Cool, that works. :-) Just retrying once seems to do want I want :-)

^ Newbie question regarding drives
66317 [roger.sperbe] Can someone advise me of how to find out within my Ruby program what drives
+ 66319 [chrismo clab] IIRC, I don't think there's a handy cross-platform solution.
| + 66321 [roger.sperbe] Thanks very much!
| + 66322 [mgushee have] And I wouldn't expect to find one, given that Windows and Unix-like
|   66327 [djberge qwes] For *nix systems, see Mike Hall's "filesystem" module
+ 66328 [mikkelfj-ant] drives
+ 83934 [mikkelfj-ant] drives

^ REXML Namespace Help
66318 [austin halos] I'm having some troubles with figuring out how to create XML

^ Ruby and Firebird Database
66329 [greg brondo.] Does anyone have a the Ruby DBD built for windows (XP in particular) to
66337 [dali insula.] Not exactly what you are asking for but at least ODBC works pretty well.

^ cookies in eruby mod_ruby
66330 [lists debona] Can someone explain how to set/delete cookies using mod_ruby (eruby)?
+ 66338 [kentda stud.] The japanese doesn't tell me much, but the code seems sane, so I hope
+ 66339 [matz ruby-la] require "cgi"
+ 66366 [frank nospam] Personally, I don't quite like the CGI#out style of doing things so I set
| + 66365 [frank nospam] After I sent this out I thought I should clarify what I said for non
| + 66379 [lists debona] Why don't you like the .out method? I couldn't even get it to work, and
| | 66383 [frank nospam] That is my basic impression of it...perhaps someone who knows and loves it
| | + 66388 [lists debona] I will as soon as I get a chance. My one week old baby boy is requireing
| | + 66413 [lists debona] worked beautifully :) thanks a bunch.
| + 83921 [frank nospam] After I sent this out I thought I should clarify what I said for non
|   66380 [lists debona] If I leave it with it's own headers, will it be interfering with mine?
|   66387 [frank nospam] I believe it will, however check it for yourself.  Either way, you don't
+ 83910 [kentda stud.] The japanese doesn't tell me much, but the code seems sane, so I hope

^ [ANN] Russian Ruby resource and Ruby Course
66332 [leikind mova] A Russian-language Ruby resource has been started - http://ruby.iatp.by

^ Re: Ruby, Python and their relatedness in Cyrillic ;-)
66335 [ptkwt shell1] Horosho!

^ Re: Ruby and Python related in Cyrillic ;-)
66336 [ptkwt shell1] Horosho!
66340 [asodu azot.c] If you don't know, language name not translated ;-)
66364 [gfb tonesoft] This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
66376 [ptkwt shell1] Don't worry, no offense taken... my joke was rather obscure and probably
66404 [adamon maila] Interesting.  Is there a list of words that are spelled the same in
66414 [bystr mac.co] Gee, I couldn't come up with a single one, however I am sure there must
66418 [asodu azot.c] If you hear me :-)

^ Module#require
66348 [Eugene.Scrip] Is there require method implementaion, which loads library in the
+ 66349 [bob.news gmx] maybe
| 66351 [Eugene.Scrip] Unfortunately it doesn't. require and load without second parameter load
+ 66350 [a.bokovoy sa] Something like this one?
| 66353 [Eugene.Scrip] Thank you for fast report, I need to explore your code to understand it
+ 66355 [matz ruby-la] Usually, general purpose libraries are not designed to be loaded in
  66360 [Eugene.Scrip] First I need to search all standard paths for library and then read all

^ puts sometimes gives:in `write': Interrupted system call (Errno::EINTR)
66352 [hgs dmu.ac.u] ./parallel.rb:465:in `write': Interrupted system call (Errno::EINTR)
66356 [matz ruby-la] I think I fixed this one in somewhere during 1.7 development.  Try
66367 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Excellent! [Your doing your '8 hours ahead trick' again :-)]
66378 [hgs dmu.ac.u] Sort of further to this, I run my automated build and test on the

^ problem with "require" in cygwin-build...
66357 [jonnypichler] i built ruby 1.6.8 in cygwin on my "windows xp sp 1"-machine

^ Is there a way to 'unload' a script/module/class ?
66358 [Patrick.Benn] I've got a Ruby script that acts as a 'launcher' of sorts for a C++
66359 [decoux moulo] use 'load' rather than 'require'
66361 [Patrick.Benn] That won't work since I need to instantiate a class within the loaded
+ 66362 [Patrick.Benn] I take it back - I had to change a few more things, but it now works
+ 66363 [decoux moulo] I don't understand sorry, you don't want something like this ?
  66382 [glenn gmlewi] What if the loaded module is a "*.so" or "*.dll" file?
  66395 [matz ruby-la] No.  There's no portable way to unload dynamic library.
  66451 [glenn gmlewi] You are aware that Tcl does this, right?

^ File that produces "unknown node type 0" error
66369 [seth cql.com] charset="us-ascii"

^ (German) Linux-Magazin on "Programmieren mit Ruby"
66374 [ jupp gmx.de] The present (04/2003) German Linux-Magazin issue's "Tux liest"

^ sorry!
66384 [jonnypichler] i'm sorry for bothering the newsgroup with my last 2 postings - now i know

^ We are in the starting gate....
66391 [no spam4me.c] I have a few (very quick) getting started questions about Ruby.
66393 [surrender_it] I think so, you could use winapi, ole, and lots of other stuff.
66426 [no spam4me.c] OK, that's enough to get me off and running.  Thanks again.

^ DRB and threads
66392 [B.Candler po] I wonder if anyone can give me some hints on the interactions between dRuby
+ 66397 [lennon day-r] I highly recommend Pragmatic Programmers' book chapter on threads and
+ 66417 [bob.news gmx] "Brian Candler" <B.Candler@pobox.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| 66421 [B.Candler po] OK, that's good to know; it could probably do with making clear in the
| + 66428 [B.Candler po] Or, I haven't tried mod_ruby, but I guess the same would apply. Each Apache
| + 66430 [bob.news gmx] "Brian Candler" <B.Candler@pobox.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 66449 [ahoward fsl.] much of the signal handling, and used someone else pattern (i forget whose) to
|   66454 [B.Candler po] Yes, I found this sufficiently interesting that I kept a copy when you first
|   + 66461 [B.Candler po] Another minor patch: redirect stderr down the FastCGI pipe.
|   | 66675 [moonwolf moo] ruby-fcgi-0.8.2 released
|   | 66739 [B.Candler po] Wonderful!
|   + 66463 [ahoward fsl.] do you use the http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/ruby/ruby-talk/index.shtml
|     66465 [B.Candler po] I do. The 'Namazu' search is broken; if it can't be fixed then IMO it would
|     66491 [ahoward fsl.] doesn't this always require 'fcgi.rb'?  i mean, isn't only
|     66509 [B.Candler po] No - it is fcgi.rb which in turn tries to do require fcgi.so, and catches
|     + 66552 [ahoward fsl.] hadn't noticed this...
|     | 66631 [B.Candler po] ... the client gets half a page, which IMO is no worse than getting a 500
|     | 66654 [ahoward fsl.] the problem would be when using a non-transactional db, say mysql, and blowing
|     | 66741 [B.Candler po] I was originally just hitting it with HTTP; mod_fastcgi spawns a variable
|     | 66793 [ahoward fsl.] i think so, i have not used the C (unstable) version yet either.  the pure
|     + 66582 [ahoward fsl.] brian-
+ 66448 [ahoward fsl.] this might give you some ideas - it's only for postgresql though.

^ Using ObjectiveC for Ruby extensions
66396 [ptkwt shell1] Is is possible to use ObjectiveC to write Ruby extensions?
66399 [shirai korin] RubyCocoa is a good example.

^ Syck YAML parser (was Re: XmlConfigFile usage)
66400 [ruby-talk wh] Hey Brian.
66419 [B.Candler po] That sounds very interesting. I've not tried using 'okay' RPC yet but I

^ Einfrung in Ruby
66402 [jbritt ruby-] Robert Gogolok has started a German translation of Daniel Carrera's "Learning Ruby."

^ CGI form and upload security
66403 [m_libby ands] This is probably more of a general CGI.rb question than specifically file

^ Documentation Project: Ruby/Tk
66405 [kryptik usa.] Hey,
+ 66407 [seth cql.com] I would like a copy and to possibly contribute.  I'll send you an off list
+ 66411 [jbritt ruby-] I would like to offer it on ruby-doc.org
+ 66416 [colin unibus] Good idea, Tyler!
+ 66445 [armin xss.de] Feel free to include anything you find useful here -- in any case

^ pty & signals with wrapped shell
66406 [doug beaver.] for fun, i am trying to use PTY to wrap my shell.  i adapted script.rb
+ 66409 [drbrain segm] As far as that goes, Daniel Berger has written a module for this,
+ 66431 [han.holl pri] [ cut ]

^ mod_ruby / eruby:  intermittent failure to load file
66408 [vor_lord hot] I am having a problem using mod_ruby and eruby.  I just installed the latest
66410 [tim bates.id] Apache runs several child processes to handle incoming connections. By
66762 [vor_lord hot] some

^ OT: was Re: Ruby and Python related in Cyrillic ;-)
66412 [bystr mac.co] It was OK, I heard worse ;-)

^ Re: was Re: Ruby and Python related in Cyrillic ;-)
66415 [mikkelfj-ant] Indeed. Someone got the brilliant idea of translation Visual Basic for
66439 [    s xss.de] Since we're OT already ...
66531 [mikkelfj-ant] In my IE browser I've got a danish and an english version (different

^ SOAP, DRb and direct method call (was Re: XmlConfigFile usage)
66420 [nahi mwd.big] 250 times!  Definitely rpc via soap is slower than drb,
66423 [B.Candler po] I've done some more tests too, and SOAP still seems to be the major
+ 66424 [B.Candler po] Actually, I posted timings done under FreeBSD. On the Sun, where I was
+ 66429 [nahi mwd.big] I misunderstood you.  You said
  66432 [B.Candler po] Sure, although I guess you could go straight from Ruby object to XML
  66433 [nahi mwd.big] I might be able to do it.  But this SOAP Data Model layer is

^ FXRuby interface from Ruby
66422 [Dee.Jacobs D] Thanks for your patience in reading a basic question.
66425 [lyle users.s] The reference documentation is a work in progress, but the current
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