77593-78654 subjects 78045-82317
^ mkmf documentation?
77820 [kero chello.] Fiddling with mkmf, to get it to install a bunch of files in the proper
77834 [matz ruby-la] It's a prefix to be removed (e.g. "lib" in "lib/foobar.rb").
77897 [kero chello.] Yes. The s is from the parent directory, of course :(
^ Float#to_f (was Re: Patches to 1.8.0p4 to add Bessel functions ...)
77823 [dooby d10.ka] ...
^ Home grown continuations
77833 [nathaniel NO] am not liable for any such damage if you read further.
+ 77835 [matz ruby-la] Since 1.8, return within the closures created by proc or lambda, just
| + 77836 [nathaniel NO] Fascinating. Good thing we have callcc :-)
| + 77856 [jweirich one] Huh? I'm not sure I am understanding. What should the following
| + 77881 [chr_news gmx] Here is what I got with (ruby 1.8.0 (2003-08-03) [i386-mswin32]).
| + 77925 [matz ruby-la] It would be 1. Don't worry. It's not created with proc nor lambda.
+ 77857 [jweirich one] Nathaniel, although I'm not doing something a bit different than what
^ opengl in ruby win180-9
77837 [internetlett] i installed ruby win 1.8.0-9 from pragmaric
^ Re: Indentation Style (offtopic)
77846 [ben thingmag] Right, but then that breaks my example because it would insert more than 2
77847 [seth cql.com] I suppose so, but it takes 10 seconds to redo indentation with any one
77848 [ben thingmag] I completely agree. It's just that when I'm reading code I don't want to
77854 [tom.hurst cl] In vi*, you have to explicitly tell it to save (:w); if you have unsaved
^ Ruby 1.8.0 and Mac OS X and Tcl/Tk 8.4 Aqua (not!)
77849 [mghall enter] My trials with Ruby and Tcl/Tk on Mac OS X
+ 77853 [mwilson13 co] Only once was I able to get tcltk working on Mac OS X and,
+ 77871 [nagai ai.kyu] I read sources for MacOS X on Tcl/Tk8.4.4. But I couldn't understand
+ 77875 [chris m-audi] Probably because you don't have access to that code. :) I went down
+ 77890 [mwilson13 co] I think that once the problem is solved, it can be released as a shim
^ Ruby-talk, ÂÎÇÁÓÄÈÒÅË? ÑËÀÁÎÃ? ÏÎËÀ ! 316375419933006
77850 [jasone lsanc] ...
^ What happened to the Ruby Weekly News?
77861 [ptkwt shell1] ...
77867 [pate eylerfa] Actually, we're trying to get past some technical issues realting to the
^ floating point...
77862 [fprimus uxb.] ciao,
77868 [bjamiedohert] only the banks know about this, but it will save you a fortune
77869 [bhonky email] hey there, i thought you'd like to check this out
^ fwd: hey its me again
77870 [bsweetie ema] Every day thousands of Americans are saving money, don't be one of the few who miss out!
^ Fwd: Re: [Cooker] Re: To all those with local Cooker mirrors
77873 [wjl icecaver] ...
^ 1.8.0-preview7 block-to-super bug/change or behaviour
77884 [kero chello.] Up to 1.8.0-preview6, the code below prints three lines (A, B, A).
+ 77887 [chr_news gmx] this is what I got (with todays CVS)
+ 77891 [nobu.nokada ] Seems [ruby-talk:77654] was wrong.
77892 [kero chello.] [snip patch]
^ Lafcadio: An object-relational mapping layer for Ruby
77888 [sera fhwang.] I've just released Lafcadio, an object-relational mapping layer for
+ 77894 [mccallister ] I have noticed this, and Vapor (for PostgreSQL) being advertised. Is
| 77907 [sera fhwang.] Database independence, to my mind, is a useful goal but not the main
| 77965 [drak navel.g] Moreove, we have found that DBI causes quite lot of overhead, which
+ 77915 [usenet andre] This looks interesting, but IMO it would be far more useful if you would
| 77954 [sera fhwang.] If this is to become reusable across a number of different DBs (like
+ 77956 [sdmitry lrn.] ATM i'm making project that will help one to quickly have site with news
78028 [sera fhwang.] Perhaps things would be clearer for people using your package if you
78078 [sdmitry lrn.] I placed it in the redist directory, and probably, i'll write it in my INSTALL
+ 78118 [sera fhwang.] That might work, too. Feel free to try out whatever you think will
+ 78344 [sera fhwang.] Today's release (0.1.2) runs fine in Ruby 1.8.0 without any warnings.
78350 [sdmitry lrn.] Thanx, sorry for being idle for a while..
78407 [sera fhwang.] At this moment I'm not making a lot of drastic changes, so you can
^ Ìàññîâûå ðàññûëêè ïî Ðîññèè
77895 [rambler-rr r] ...
^ Too bad I've found about Ruby
77896 [wit7777bezsp] ...
+ 77898 [sdate everes] ...
| 77908 [wit7777bezsp] ...
| + 77912 [rich infoeth] Ruby handles network traffic great in its internal threading model. It
| + 77914 [sdate everes] ...
| 77934 [wit7777bezsp] ...
| 77935 [emmanuel.tou] my mind, the timeline is much longer than that. you should base your
+ 77900 [emmanuel.tou] IIRC, his conclusion is something like "couldn't have done it in ruby, but
| + 77901 [dave pragpro] To be fair, the conclusion was "couldn't have done it _without_ Ruby..."
| | + 77902 [hal9000 hype] but
| | | 77917 [dcarrera mat] I will do cartwheels if wxWindows is stable. I've been really hoping to
| | | + 77919 [rich infoeth] WxRuby is close to an initial (very early) Alpha release. It will be
| | | | + 77921 [dcarrera mat] When the time comes, if anyone is interested, I can test on a Sun SPARC.
| | | | | 77922 [dcarrera mat] BTW, I have Gtk+ installed on this SPARC workstation, so I can test both
| | | | + 77927 [tcfelker mtc] This probably isn't the right place to ask, but I've a quick question. I
| | | + 77920 [phasis bclin] ...
| | + 77905 [volker_grabs] What's about Ruby+TK?
| + 77909 [wit7777bezsp] ...
+ 77960 [ot inspired.] few years ago while researching some object oriented languages and was
| 77964 [wit7777bezsp] ...
+ 78043 [frido q-soft] Well you have to decide yourself of course, but we have decided to go
^ Ruby-talk, E-MAIL ÐÅÊËÀÌ? 964389230263175
77913 [pubnet univ-] RJjqYbgLvafjPXaQTHWMifnpGvBnokVhWgyUhFGCFLMvINmqvifFouV
^ non-fatal file not found error compiling 1.8.0-preview7
77918 [dblack super] I'm getting a non-fatal error message when compiling preview7. With
77938 [nobu.nokada ] "dep" file will be created automatically after that warning.
^ Take a Fantasy Cruise with Me!
77928 [katrina ecst] it's me Katrina from Ecstasea Yacht Charter. Just wanted to say thanks for pre-registering
77930 [dcarrera mat] Is it me, or is spam getting really hard to catch these days?
+ 77932 [B.Candler po] Yes; because more people are using spam filters, the spammers are adapting
| 77936 [dcarrera mat] Your score was -107.8, whereas the required score for spam is +5.0
+ 77985 [hal9000 hype] that
| 77986 [dan sidhe.or] Nah, keep with the theme--hope that GeekCruises puts on a Ruby Romp
+ 78029 [cjh_nospam m] are all pretty suspicious...
+ 82299 [cjh_nospam m] are all pretty suspicious...
78030 [ben thingmag] Ruby Conference 2003 is rapidly approaching. If you'd like to make a
+ 78031 [research ise] For those who are interested, I've put this exchange through spambayes
+ 78036 [ptkwt shell1] ...
78038 [ben thingmag] Aha! It just did. And besides, the regular expression wasn't just
78076 [ged FaerieMU] "I'd like to _make a reservation_ for the Ruby Conference this year,
^ preview7 tarball size
77939 [B.Candler po] Jul 31 09:47 GNU Compr. Tar ruby-1.8.0-preview6.tar.gz 1758Kb
77940 [matz ruby-la] Maybe not. But you are bit too late. I already packaged the final
77941 [nagai ai.kyu] me too. :-)
+ 77942 [nobu.nokada ] What about setting $demo_dir by
| 77944 [nagai ai.kyu] Current version of demos use the variable to decide not only the image
| 77949 [nobu.nokada ] ...
+ 77943 [B.Candler po] That will be fine of course - thanks for your response.
^ FXRuby Popup problem (runnable script inside)
77945 [Meinrad.Rech] i got a problem with popup menus.
82295 [lyle users.s] I have already responded to a similar post on the fxruby-users mailing
^ [ANN] ruby 1.8.0
77946 [matz ruby-la] After 7 previews, Ruby 1.8.0 is finally released. Thank you everyone
+ 77947 [matz ruby-la] md5sum of above file is 582a65e52598a4a1e9fce523e16e67d6
+ 77948 [nakahiro sar] Should be
| 78001 [ian caliban.] Speaking of changes, the ChangeLog file in the distribution now refers
| 78002 [matz ruby-la] I forgot to include the old ChangeLog in the package. Check out it
| 78034 [dooby d10.ka] ...
+ 77950 [sdate everes] ...
+ 77951 [mjais web.de] Thanks a lot for your great work and this wonderful language
+ 77952 [robertm spel] Congratulations to you, Nobu and all your fellow cohorts!
+ 77953 [emiel il.fon] Domo aragoto matz, nobu and the rest of the Ruby crew. :)
| + 77979 [drak navel.g] Dear Matz please accept our gratitude for designing ruby and putting
| + 77989 [ jupp gmx.de] Saluton!
+ 77957 [bob.news gmx] Congratulations and a big Thank You!
+ 77958 [chrismo clab] I'll dogpile on the thank yous. Ruby is a great tool that has definitely
| 77963 [rodrigo.berm] Thank you =) .
+ 77973 [wit7777bezsp] ...
+ 77981 [ged FaerieMU] slightly tweaked version of 'changes.1.8.0' I used.
| + 77983 [rich infoeth] Nice job!
| + 77987 [ben thingmag] Thanks, I've been wondering what the changes were for a while now. I didn't
| + 77988 [hal9000 hype] I see your point. I'll probably think of it
| | 78020 [gsinclair so] 11?
| + 77997 [martindemell] ...
+ 78111 [ gm navel.gr] Congratulations to matz and all the rest! Thank you!
78119 [ jupp gmx.de] Saluton!
+ 78120 [gfb tonesoft] bol'shoe spasibo (here ' represents a symbol that makes l sound softer)
| 78239 [ jupp gmx.de] Saluton!
+ 78373 [ gm navel.gr] it meens 'thank you' ;-)
78633 [damphyr free] eyxaristw poly-->thank you very much, using greenglish (fragkoellinika,
^ INVESTMENT PROPOSAL
77955 [travisnkala ] ...
^ From Mr.Kembe.
77959 [abkembe junt] I am the manager of bill and exchange at the foreign remittance
77961 [robertm spel] Mr Kembe,
^ Problem building mysql-ruby under 1.8.0
77962 [B.Candler po] $ pwd
+ 77967 [decoux moulo] ...
| 77968 [B.Candler po] $ ruby -v -rmkmf -e 'p Config::expand(cpp_command(""))'
| 77969 [decoux moulo] ...
| 77975 [B.Candler po] $ ruby extconf.rb --with-mysql-dir=/usr/local/mysql
| 77977 [decoux moulo] ...
| 77980 [B.Candler po] That was it. Thank you!
+ 78016 [roberto REMO] [courtesy cc of this posting sent to cited author via email]
+ 82298 [roberto REMO] [courtesy cc of this posting sent to cited author via email]
^ Comments on "changes.1.8.0"
77966 [gsinclair so] The changes.1.8.0 file mentioned when 1.8.0 was announced is an
+ 77970 [fxn hashref.] lib_csv_description.sub!(/CVS/, "CSV")
+ 77982 [ged FaerieMU] It is, but it's called doc/NEWS.
^ Can't find header files for Ruby
77971 [ot inspired.] I am trying to install the libneural library onto my Linux desktop
+ 77974 [decoux moulo] ...
| 78018 [ot inspired.] Guy, Thanks for the hint. Installed ruby-devel and it now works. You
+ 77976 [B.Candler po] Many Redhat packages are split into 'foo' and 'foo-devel', where 'foo-devel'
78019 [ot inspired.] Brian, thanks for replying. One of the things I like about Ruby is the
^ Incompatible changes to cgi.rb in 1.8.0
77984 [B.Candler po] Hmm, something has changed in CGI which has broken an application - sorry I
78021 [dolio po.cwr] if @cgi.has_key? 'foo'
78046 [B.Candler po] Thanks for the suggestion; that does work but unfortunately I
78051 [B.Candler po] foo( @cgi['bar'] || 'default value' )
^ Slashdot carrying an article on Ruby 1.8.0 release...
77990 [tom infoethe] Good stuff!
+ 77994 [Mark.Volkman] ...
+ 78010 [lyle users.s] And here I was wondering what to do with my 5 moderator points ;)
+ 82297 [lyle users.s] And here I was wondering what to do with my 5 moderator points ;)
82320 [robertm spel] And here I was wondering what to do with my 5 moderator points ;)
^ A PLEA FOR HELP
77991 [pleasures bl] From Binta konan Bedie
^ clearing a parameter in Ruby?
77992 [ rtan vt.edu] is it possible to write a method that can "clear" a parameter in Ruby?
+ 77993 [hal9000 hype] Short answer is no.
+ 77995 [austin halos] No. x is a local variable that refers to "Hello". A method can't affect an
| + 77999 [ rtan vt.edu] In essence, what I'm trying to do is create a set of container classes
| + 82296 [ rtan vt.edu] In essence, what I'm trying to do is create a set of container classes
| + 78008 [mwilson13 co] This sounds a little like a tuple.
| + 78015 [hal9000 hype] Hmm, perhaps just freeze the object when you
| + 78017 [B.Candler po] foo("hello") # immediate object
| | 78033 [xlucid users] Welcome to the Smalltalk-ey world of a.add(1) :-)
| + 78027 [austin halos] class ImmutablesArray < Array
| | + 78050 [chr_news gmx] You can't ``unfreeze'' frozen objects (this should be quite easy in C b.t.w.) .
| | + 82300 [chr_news gmx] You can't ``unfreeze'' frozen objects (this should be quite easy in C b.t.w.) .
| + 78047 [bob.news gmx] "Roy Patrick Tan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 77996 [g intersect-] As has already been mentioned the short answer is no.
+ 78026 [jweirich one] I don't recommend this (because I think I would get really annoyed if I
^ change in class << for 1.8.0?
77998 [brett_willia] #!/usr/bin/env ruby
78000 [ben thingmag] try msg = ARGV.shift.dup
78012 [brett_willia] Bingo. Thanks for the tip, problem solved. It didn't occur to me that
+ 78013 [ben thingmag] Well, it may work, but Ruby makes decisions on whether something is a class,
+ 78014 [hal9000 hype] there
^ [BUG?] UTF8 ruby and win32 dir
78003 [ oct zoy.org] not sure at all about this one, but on my windows XP pro French,
+ 78004 [djberge qwes] Does it help if you run with -K? (aka $-K)
| 78005 [ oct zoy.org] Daniel,
| 78006 [djberge qwes] Oops - didn't scroll down far enough. Sorry.
+ 78007 [matz ruby-la] Ruby does not convert encodings implicitly, even when you specify -Ku.
78009 [ oct zoy.org] That's what I was afraid to heard. This os definitely sucks sometimes :)
^ When Pragmatic Programmers installer for 1.8.0?
78011 [Mark.Volkman] ...
78070 [andy toolshe] Next couple of days
+ 78077 [ged FaerieMU] Nice haiku. =:)
+ 78338 [NOSPAMcs96an] Any news on this?
78355 [andy toolshe] Man plans and God laughs
^ [BUG] ruby 1.8.0 - GC
78022 [ajm nb.sympa] I have an application using FXRuby (1.0.24). In this application I have a
+ 78025 [matz ruby-la] I'm not sure it helps me or not, since I have zero knowledge about
+ 78090 [lyle users.s] Allen, I can take a look as well (if you like) to see if it's an
+ 82302 [lyle users.s] Allen, I can take a look as well (if you like) to see if it's an
^ Parrot SMOP benchmark
78023 [harryo qiqso] I was just reading Dan Sugalski's slides from RubyConf 2002 and noticed the benchmarks relating to something called "SMOP" at the end of the article.
+ 78024 [dan sidhe.or] It's in the parrot CVS repository. A couple of dozen lines of code, a
| 78035 [rich infoeth] mops.rb?rev=1.2&content-type=text/x-cvsweb-markup
| 78037 [ben thingmag] To be clear here...
| + 78039 [spoon dellah] I think it means you should run it for each language not
| + 78072 [dan sidhe.or] No, of course not. It means that the machine this test was run on was
+ 78044 [pcdavid emn.] Here are the results on my machine (P4 @ 1.6 GHz, 512MB, Debian
| 78049 [harryo zip.c] Thanks Pierre-Charles.
| + 78052 [mjais web.de] to be fair Python 2.3 should be used. according to python.org
| + 78069 [angus quovad] I'm not so sure. See that ruby 1.6.8 from Debian is compiled withouth any
| 78073 [pcdavid emn.] I had not used any special compilation flag either, but just to be
+ 78053 [simon simon-] Remember that MOPS only test the speed of the dispatch loop. If you have
^ What's New and Shiny in Ruby 1.8.0?
78032 [ruby-talk wh] Since there were a number of requests around for a more detailed
+ 78040 [ben thingmag] Thanks for doing that. I like that you've not only mentioned the
| 78041 [matz ruby-la] The | operator is not suitable for the cases like
| 78075 [ben thingmag] Thanks for the clarification. I hadn't thought of which hash "wins"
+ 78122 [harryo qiqso] text = ["the", "quick", "brown", "fox", "jumps", "over", "the", "lazy", "dog"]
| + 78123 [hal9000 hype] thought it would be nifty, is sorting by multiple values ...
| + 78125 [ruby-talk wh] If you don't mind, I'm going to add this tiny example to the page. This is
| | 78132 [harryo qiqso] Great. I'll go have another read.
| + 78137 [kdresner cs.] Wow. Sooo good.
| + 78205 [brett_willia] I really like this. But is there a simple easy way to get a descending
| | + 78218 [markjreed ma] How about
| | + 82318 [markjreed ma] How about
| | 78232 [harryo zip.c] For any numeric fields, you could just use -x, rather than x. So, to sort as
| | 78249 [martindemell] ...
| | 78268 [harryo qiqso] However, if we try
| | + 78300 [pit capitain] Very nice idea. I like it.
| | + 78301 [martindemell] ...
| | 78358 [mccramer s.n] just want to say "hello" to the group !
| | 78363 [hal9000 hype] Here are some useful links for you...
| | 78379 [mccramer s.n] ***THANKS A LOT***
| + 78213 [ian caliban.] How does one use this with one's own objects, though?
| + 78233 [harryo zip.c] I would guess that there's something in the code you didn't show (ie, that
| | 78257 [ian caliban.] I assigned to the variable 'p', which is also a method in Ruby. That's
| + 78280 [androflux so] Person doesn't implement #each, why mixin Enumerable?
| 78281 [harryo qiqso] That's probably something one should do, anyway. Ie, define the logical default ordering for objects of that type.
+ 78139 [srijit yahoo] Thanks for the detailed explanation.
78248 [ruby-talk wh] Ruby/DL is now covered. Prototyping functions, casting into structs, and
78255 [ben thingmag] Regarding LocalJumpError, my understanding is that the problem with