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Ruby license makes it unuseable ! !
81183 [vcharlie@mi ] 1)  cleaning up the Ruby license, so users at least know CLEARLY what they
+ 81184 [dcarrera@ma ] What's wrong with Ruby's license?
+ 81187 [mwilson13@co] Who are you?
| 81190 [prosys@ot om] Can you say T-R-O-L-L  ??
| 81298 [bobx@li ux a] T-R-O
+ 81221 [dagbrown@LA ] Don't suppose you can give a solid example of some of the language
+ 81228 [austin@ha os] There is nothing in the Ruby licence which prohibits *use* of the
+ 81287 [tim@ve et .a] No real name.

Newbie having trouble with SpecTcl, TkListbox and TkScrollbar
81188 [ejb@th wo ld] I'm trying to learn Tk and SpecTcl.
81192 [nagai@ai ky ] Although I don't know what you want, could the following patch help you?

Stable snapshot link
81189 [hal9000@hy e] I thought I'd get the "latest stable" Ruby (without going to

[OT] Re: Ruby license makes it unuseable ! ! [troll alert]
81195 [kent@ze os h] [SNIP]
81199 [me@ib tt .n ] hell, this is clearly a case in which one should investigate first, post

Re: Ruby license makes it unuseable ! ! [troll alert]
81201 [mailinglists] For example: R. Stallman and other religous fighters.
+ 81202 [me@ib tt .n ] i meant complaining, that they cannot use something with this license.
+ 81222 [dcarrera@ma ] 1) This is flambait.
  81223 [usenet@st rf] HTH,

[BUG] REXML 2.7.1 External Entity Parsing
81203 [pabs@pa lo r] There appears to be a bug in REXML 2.7.1 external entity parsing.  The
81210 [ser@ge ma e-] Thanks.  I'm on it.
81212 [pabs@pa lo r] Cool.  I appreciate the quick response :).

Ruby-core-ctl  Online Store with Valiumm and Xanaxx Prozaccress
81207 [t9ihdgnp@ya ] ...

Winapp without console window
81208 [dali@in ul .] Is there any way how to run a non-GUI Ruby script in Windows without the console
+ 81211 [thomas_adam1] What you could do is...
+ 81218 [odain@no pa ] console
+ 81231 [aero6dof@ya ] The windows build of ruby should have a rubyw.exe which doesn't open a

tamnin highryad me vh ef
81215 [ga134vaoi@ab] ...

For  Your  Attention
81219 [wadadak@12 .] From wadada kenule.
81232 [dave@3d x. o] ../wadada.rb:7: parse error

Web Application ruby technology
81224 [michael_s_ca] Apologies for not paying attention much to the countless previous
+ 81229 [sean@cS Pl o] The server part is up in the air; depends what you want to do.  You
+ 81280 [surrender_it] I'd suggest CGIKit, filled with little ruby/dbi ,apache &

how to access FreeRide sources?
81225 [me@ya oo co ] in the move to RubyForge, the link to sources seems to have been lost.
81230 [curt@hi bs c] At the moment, only the FreeRIDE wiki is hosted at RubyForge, the source

Equivalent of "friend" or package-level access?
81226 [elbows@sp mc] I have a group of related classes, and I would like them to have
81233 [austin@ha os] No. You might be able to make it yourself using Ruby meta-programming.

Correction: "religious"
81234 [dcarrera@ma ] It has come to my attention that the word religious can, indeed, be
+ 81235 [mailinglists] I was using the word to describe people who think that "something can
| 81237 [dcarrera@ma ] Is that also a standard definition of the word "religious"?  I have never
| 81270 [tim@ve et .a] In my group of friends we had a lot of people saying, "What does
+ 81268 [martindemell] I don't believe this definition extends to describing a *person* as
  81292 [mailinglists] Which is incorrect because at least one of the 4 most important world

[OT] Re: Correction: "religious"
81236 [tobiasreif@p] At least insert [OT] in the subject line.
81238 [dcarrera@ma ] Sorry, didn't think of that.  I simply wanted to say "I stand corrected".
81240 [easco@ma .c ] [OT] Re: Correction: "religious"
81297 [bobx@li ux a] [OT]Re: Correction: "religious"

[ANN] rcalc 2.0 (Ruby Calculator)
81239 [ jupp@gm .d ] Saluton!
81260 [mgarriss@ea ] Wow, good work.  That's really cool.   I'll be trying it out soon.  :)

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81243 [tpc99cy@ab s] ...

faglacious gossep hud l
81244 [kv179rah@ab ] ...

ANN: Guis 1.4 release (GTK2 scriptable widget server)
81245 [basile-news@] Dear All,
81259 [yaipa@ya oo ] Basile,
81261 [basile-news@] You already have them: you just just have to code the appropriate
81262 [mailinglists] art function.

2 questions about TkVariable and ruby/tk
81246 [ferenc@en ar] h=Hash.new
81254 [nagai@ai ky ] Do you use which version of Ruby/Tk?
81290 [ferenc@en ar] #!/usr/bin/env ruby
81304 [nagai@ai ky ] Sorry. It is a bug on tcltklib.c. I fixed it on CVS.
81326 [ferenc@en ar] Why does it work in the win32 version 1.6.8? :-O  It is a bit weird that
81339 [nagai@ai ky ] There are important changes from 1.6.8 to 1.8.0. Those are

ruby-dev summary 21254-21294
81248 [maki@ru yc l] This is a summary of ruby-dev mailing list last week.
81377 [pbrannan@at ] Does this mean time.rb no longer supports year/month?

sleep command in iterators (silly n00b toy question)
81249 [tym@NO PA sy] So, still busy just getting introduced to this ruby business.  For
81250 [sdate@ev re ] "Thomas Yager-Madden" <tym@NOSPAMsyntactician.com>
+ 81253 [botp@de mo t] fwiw, it works on winxp running ruby 1.8.
+ 81255 [tym@NO PA sy] Hey!  It works!  That's so neat, thanks!
  + 81256 [gsinclair@so] STDOUT is an IO object which is the implicit target of your printing
  | 81258 [tym@NO PA sy] Not to mention, invoking a method called "flush" always adds a bit of
  | 81266 [botpenaXremo] cool.
  + 81257 [sean@cS Pl o] The I/O for stdout is line-buffered.  It buffers everything until a

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Thanks and God bless!
81252 [abaomoh@12 .] Goodday,

Hash-ish and Arrays and Duplicates
81263 [Meino.Cramer] How would you do this the ruby-way ?
+ 81264 [feldt@ce ch ] Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> skrev den Sat, 6 Sep 2003
| 81265 [feldt@ce ch ] self.each {|k,v| nh[v] <<= k }
| 81272 [Meino.Cramer] Thank you for your reply !
| 81273 [feldt@ce ch ] Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer@gmx.de> skrev den Sat, 6 Sep 2003
+ 81285 [holmberg@ia ] How about this ?
+ 81468 [berk@up et r] Key = md5sum, values = array of filenames

(none)
81267 [sabymus@re i] I am trying to connect to a mysql database with ruby and

Petroleum Solvent Colours
81271 [dayglo@vs l.] ...

Re: [OT] Correction: "religious"
81275 [tobiasreif@p] I am not a moderator, but as a member/subscriber I really would
81279 [martindemell] Sorry, my bad.

RubyGarden question
81276 [austin@ha os] At the very top of this page, there's an unlinked WikiWord "DeletedPage".
81299 [culley@fa tm] I think it is suppose to mean the page is flagged to be deleted.  I

New price list for mp3 player, digital camera, cd/vcd/mp3 player and USB flash drive!
81281 [frankhe1978@] Dear valued customer,

[ANN] [Slightly OT] [RubyForge] Anonymous CVS on RubyForge was broken for numerous projects...
81283 [tom@in oe he] ....but is now working again.  So if you were trying to check out a

proposal for a named parameter prefix
81284 [quixoticsyco] def foo(*array)
81306 [nobu.nokada@] Why does a percent sign mean a hash?
+ 81314 [quixoticsyco] Because it was the arbitrary character I chose in the proposal above.
+ 81316 [quixoticsyco] Can you give a link to this discussion?  I haven't been able to find
| 81319 [sean@cS Pl o] If it's possible, I would prefer that Ruby DOESN'T get another
| 81322 [hal9000@hy e] I agree with Sean. The exception would be that the last
| 81323 [sean@cS Pl o] Could a "calling context" be prepared as an object, which allows you to
| 81333 [nobu.nokada@] Since Excite translation service was very funny, although I
+ 81536 [dagbrown@LA ] Because it means a hash in Perl.

New price list for mp3 player, digital camera, cd/vcd/mp3 player and USB flash drive!
81286 [hytechhk@si ] Dear valued customer,

webrick
81288 [wilmot@cl b-] I'm looking for a way to implement a standard webrick HTTP server but
+ 81289 [mgarriss@ea ] It's *really* powerful.
+ 81296 [maillist@be ] I havent used webrick yet but I assume you can subclass the webrick HTTP
+ 81300 [chad@ch df w] # I'm looking for a way to implement a standard webrick HTTP server but

Re: OOP flavours - was Python vs. Ruby (long long long)
81293 [mmirra@li er] This has been a great thread.  Lots of interesting concepts have been
81463 [code@jo ch n] Great point.  I think I personally have almost always put all my effort
81472 [gedb@ru hc d] You can always use the Facade pattern and produce an intuitive

Re: OOP flavours - was Python vs. Ruby [...]
81294 [hgs@dm .a .u] A painter object is a useful model. Consider mixing in style modules

Re: Web Application ruby technology (mod_ruby)
81295 [dcorbin@ma h] Maybe I missed something (I hope so), but the mod_ruby documentation leads me
81302 [aredridel@nb] into=20
81321 [dcorbin@ma h] Well, my "spot test" shows it does execute the ruby code, but it's ignoreing

Announcing cerise 0.2
81301 [will@ce ma l] cerise is a web application server that follows a design somewhat similar to

New price list for mp3 player, digital camera, cd/vcd/mp3 player and USB flash drive!
81303 [hytechhk@16 ] Dear valued customer,

initializing a servlet in WEBRick
81305 [fxn@ha hr f.] I am writing a web application where all the requests are served by the
81309 [gotoyuzo@no ] If it's explained simply, servelets are activated in the
81313 [fxn@ha hr f.] << cut >>
81315 [gotoyuzo@no ] Yes, requirement of get_instance and service is the spec

CONGRATULATION
81307 [gstakelotto@] ...

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81308 [AKC@ke ce tr] ...

[ANN] Ruby-GNOME2-0.7.0
81310 [mutoh@hi hw ] Ruby-GNOME2-0.7.0 is now available. Enjoy!
+ 81311 [aredridel@nb] ...
| 81312 [aredridel@nb] Ooops, it looks like the mailing list stripped the attachment, and it
+ 81317 [aredridel@nb] ZGlmZiAtdXIgcnVieS1nbm9tZTItYWxsLTAuNy4wLW9yaWcvZ2xpYi9leHRjb25mLnJiIHJ1Ynkt
  81354 [mutoh@hi hw ] Thanks for reporting.
  81429 [aredridel@nb] Linux, glib2-2.2.3,  gtk+2-2.2.4, Ruby 1.8.0

Re: Winapp without console window - system tray icon
81318 [dali@in ul .] Thanks, guys. Of course, rubyw.exe is the right solution. I tried it before
81340 [dooby@d1 .k ] Using vruby (included in the PragProg distro).

tcltklib not built with Ruby 1.8
81320 [jweirich@on ] I just noticed that my build of Ruby 1.8 does not include tcltklib.
81331 [nobu.nokada@] $ make CONFIGURE_ARGS='--with-tcl-include=/usr/include/tcl8.3'
81382 [James.Weiric] Unfortunately, this didn't work.  I also tried
+ 81411 [rodrigo.berm] Tricky but works ..
| 81436 [jweirich@on ] Well, not quite.  Then it fails to find tclDecls.h.  Copying that leads
+ 81431 [nobu.nokada@] Can you show us the last part of mkmf.log?
| 81444 [jweirich@on ] include the tcl8.3 directory, but I want to respond to the following
| + 81447 [nagai@ai ky ] Well, in that case, probably you succeed to install by one of the
| | + 81449 [jweirich@on ] Thanks.  I tried building everything from scratch with option 2 and it
| | + 81459 [nagai@ai ky ] I'm very sorry. I misunderstood 'make distclean'.
| + 81448 [nobu.nokada@] It should be done by --with-tcl-include option.  And
|   81450 [nobu.nokada@] Sorry, it must be --with-tcl-include option.  Follow
+ 81432 [nagai@ai ky ] How about the following?
+ 81443 [beanie@gr ph] I had a problem on debian with both tcl8.3 and tcl8.4 installed - only

Hello ruby-talk !爱情钥匙,帮你解决爱情问题,教你追女孩方法~
81324 [sbjsssbj@16 ] Dear ruby-talk ,爱情钥匙,帮你解决爱情问题,教你追女孩方法~

Ruby 1.8 reference?
81325 [ferenc@en ar] Is there a reference for the new features of version 1.8.0 compared to
81327 [mwilson13@co] See
81329 [gsinclair@so] Nice doc.  Can we get an update from _why as to its status?  Any planned
81369 [ruby-talk@wh] Well, I just updated it last Thursday to include the PP module.  If I notice
+ 81379 [johnknight.c] The web page presentation is too wide for my printer.
+ 81415 [gsinclair@so] I like it the way it is, actually; easily browsable.  A TOC (links to
+ 81420 [surrender_it] -iconv

Virtual hosting with WEBrick?
81328 [feldt@ce ch ] I'm checking out WEBrick and it looks great.
+ 81332 [culley@fa tm] I think you could run them on different ports then use apache for the
| 81346 [feldt@ce ch ] require 'webrick'
+ 81383 [gotoyuzo@no ] I found that HTTPServer is a container of enough parameters

gnome2 and Gtk::TreeModel
81330 [aredridel@nb] Is anyone out there using Gtk::TreeModel in a ruby app, and have some
81360 [mutoh@hi hw ] * Samples: gtk/sample/gtk-demo/, gtk/sample/testgtk/, gtk/sample/misc/treeview.rb
+ 81362 [davinciSINSP] And where are they used?
| 81364 [mutoh@hi hw ] Do you invetigate my recommanded samples?
| 81586 [davinciSINSP] Yes, all but...
+ 81427 [aredridel@nb] eview.rb
+ 81460 [aredridel@nb] eview.rb

Ruby 1.8.0 .pkg/installer for OS X?
81334 [ilant@ma .c ] ...
+ 81341 [mwilson13@co] Panther will ship with Ruby 1.8.
| 81359 [rich@in oe h] Actually...I tried (as did Matz delivery-date wise) to get 1.8 into
| 81366 [david@lo dt ] I am that maintainer. The status is that I wanted to release a version,
| 81367 [mccallister@] Is there a reason you don't want to use fink or darwin-ports? Both of
| 81439 [tym@NO PA sy] Fink is righteous, and far be it from me to discourage its use under any
+ 81545 [digibren@ma ] I made a Mac OS X/Darwin package for Ruby 1.8 this weekend. It's

In general: keeping up the changes was Re: Ruby 1.8 reference?
81335 [Meino.Cramer] As I know, "The PickAxe" is based on Ruby 1.60.

Read files at the byte level - how to?
81336 [RLMuller@co ] ...
+ 81337 [nobu.nokada@] require 'fileutils'
+ 81338 [gsinclair@so] bytes = File.open("filename", "rb") { |file| file.read }

ANN: Criteria 1.0
81342 [rpav@me hl .] Criteria 1.0
81663 [tim@ba es id] Basics
81666 [rpav@me hl .] Well, it was highly inspired by flgr's Junction code; that's where

ANN: Mephle 0.8.1
81343 [rpav@me hl .] Mephle 0.8.1

ANN: StrongTyping 2.0.6a
81344 [rpav@me hl .] StrongTyping 2.0.6a

ANN: MetaTags 1.0
81345 [rpav@me hl .] MetaTags 1.0
+ 81361 [tpeters@in a] I'd rather like
| + 81370 [rpav@me hl .] Unfortunately there's nothing tying the method to the method_info
| | 81470 [tpeters@un -] METHOD_DOCS = []
| | 81486 [batsman.geo@] I think he meant the method you suggest wouldn't work if the method is
| | 81517 [rpav@me hl .] This is exactly right. ;)
| + 81371 [ruby-talk@wh] # Call YAML::load inside method_info ..
|   + 81384 [chad@ch df w] #
|   | + 81386 [dblack@su er] I agree with your points (about both the strength of the libraries and
|   | | + 81389 [hal9000@hy e] I also agree with Chad's points.
|   | | + 81394 [ruby-talk@wh] this wouldn't be much of a problem.  right now there's a 'default' case on a
|   | | | 81396 [hal9000@hy e] Much easier than I thought. I'll bet there are some gotchas,
|   | | | 81452 [matz@ru y- a] Yes?  It is hard for me to merge this, because
|   | | | + 81454 [Dave@Pr gP o] A suggestion for a convention: rather than go down the strange
|   | | | | + 81485 [chad@ch df w] #
|   | | | | + 81494 [bg-rubytalk@] Ack.  I really don't like this.  It is 4 keystrokes away from what
|   | | | | | 81501 [Dave@Pr gP o] In some cases, yes But say we're looking at a date (ignoring current
|   | | | | | 81514 [bg-rubytalk@] Hmm...  I think it might be a better idea to create a "memoizer factory"
|   | | | | | 81975 [qrczak@kn .o] Why your aversion to top-level functions is stronger than your aversion
|   | | | | | 81991 [gsinclair@so] A reasonable answer might be: "if I'm going to risk a naming
|   | | | | + 81544 [pbrannan@at ] A side-effect of this is that once all classes have a from_string
|   | | | | + 81615 [rich@in oe h] class Caml
|   | | | |   + 81617 [aredridel@nb] Intriguing.  Not totally intuitive, but appealing to me.
|   | | | |   + 81621 [bg-rubytalk@] I like this better than Dave's suggestion of the Caml() function, but it
|   | | | |   | + 81642 [austin@ha os] irb(main):001:0> "a" & "b"
|   | | | |   | | 81643 [chad@ch df w] # >>   class String
|   | | | |   | | 81645 [hal9000@hy e] I think he was responding to the part that said, "Since & is already
|   | | | |   | | + 81677 [rich@in oe h] That was me (rich), and it was a method, not operator.
|   | | | |   | | + 81749 [austin@ha os] No. As Hal said, I was pointing it out to someone else.
|   | | | |   | + 81644 [batsman.geo@] ruby -e "m = []; ObjectSpace.each_object(Class){ |c| m << \
|   | | | |   | + 81680 [nobu.nokada@] + - * / % ** +@ -@ | ^ & <=> > >= < <= == === =~ ~ ~@ [] []= << >> `
|   | | | |   |   81683 [bg-rubytalk@] Thanks Nobu (and Mauricio)
|   | | | |   |   81684 [harryo@qi so] Unary +, - and ~.
|   | | | |   + 81657 [Dave@Pr gP o] Or perhaps even using the '>>' operator (as in 'becomes' or 'inject
|   | | | |     + 81679 [rich@in oe h] And that is just absolute beauty.  I did not know that >> was
|   | | | |     + 81688 [martindemell] Nice! And perhaps the other way around too - I notice that Class#<< is
|   | | | |       + 81741 [rich@in oe h] class Date
|   | | | |       | 81742 [msparshatt@y] I like the general idea. But I'd prefer it if the << operator raised an
|   | | | |       | 81744 [James.Weiric] Oh my, double underscore attack!
|   | | | |       + 81745 [jason@ja on ] This seems like a lot of effort to save two keystrokes to me. What
|   | | | |         81765 [ruby-talk@wh] You were here for the beginning of the week?  When it started as a
|   | | | |         + 81777 [rpav@me hl .] I've been watching this discussion... the problem is, %x{...} are
|   | | | |         | 81782 [sean@cS Pl o] Caml << " ... "
|   | | | |         + 81803 [jason@ja on ] Yep, I saw all that, but as I understood it the benefit of %y{ ... }
|   | | | + 81456 [gsinclair@so] A thought occurred to me.  If %y{foo: bar} is seen as desirable as a short
|   | | |   + 81457 [nobu.nokada@] This clashes against iterator.
|   | | |   | 81467 [gsinclair@so] That sound you just heard was me slapping my forehead :)
|   | | |   + 81464 [batsman.geo@] def Y(txt)
|   | | |     81466 [gsinclair@so] Yes, on seeing Nobu's reply and Dave's independent contribution, I
|   | | |     81519 [sean@cS Pl o] I might be naive on this subject, but what's wrong with just using HERE
|   | | |     + 81522 [hal9000@hy e] Here-docs would be fine, I think.
|   | | |     + 81524 [batsman.geo@] We wouldn't have to add it, it's there already.
|   | | |     + 81582 [martindemell] To paraphrase Larry Wall, they don't let you bounce on the % key in vi :)
|   | | + 81400 [itsme213@ho ] In a slightly more general context, a worked-out approach to extensible
|   | + 81391 [ruby-talk@wh] yeah, not suggesting %y{...} as a dependancy.  more of an egg rolled out into
|   | + 81401 [james_b@ne r] Would it require, then, that you had to be extra careful about
|   + 81397 [rpav@me hl .] Parsing the tags is a simple str.split operation.  The tricky bit is
+ 81403 [sean@cS Pl o] Ryan, for what it's worth, I like this pretty much how it works right
| 81407 [rpav@me hl .] Thanks... feedback is good.
| 81414 [sean@cS Pl o] Or just dump it as XML and let people worry about transforming it into
+ 81424 [aredridel@nb] Is that YAML?!
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