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^ Re: (OT) the Ruby community (was (OT) Open Source != Do it yourself
91228 [cyclists nc.] I'm in the U.S., but I've communicated via email with Ruby users in Spain,

^ Documentation approaches (was: Python 25 times as popular as Ruby !?)
91239 [gsinclair so] [Charles Comstock:]
+ 91263 [gedb rushcod] An idea I was wondering was if it might be possible to link unit tests
+ 91365 [cc1 cec.wust] I wasn't really trying to criticise RDoc or even Javadoc as a method of
+ 91824 [gedb rushcod] An idea I was wondering was if it might be possible to link unit tests
+ 91861 [cc1 cec.wust] I wasn't really trying to criticise RDoc or even Javadoc as a method of
+ 92014 [gedb rushcod] An idea I was wondering was if it might be possible to link unit tests
+ 92051 [cc1 cec.wust] I wasn't really trying to criticise RDoc or even Javadoc as a method of
+ 92194 [gedb rushcod] An idea I was wondering was if it might be possible to link unit tests
+ 92241 [cc1 cec.wust] I wasn't really trying to criticise RDoc or even Javadoc as a method of
+ 92344 [gedb rushcod] An idea I was wondering was if it might be possible to link unit tests
| 92459 [aredridel nb] That's an excellent idea -- it would probably promote init testing as
+ 92424 [cc1 cec.wust] I wasn't really trying to criticise RDoc or even Javadoc as a method of
  91372 [bobcalco all] I always felt Knuth's "literate programming" was an interesting idea, even

^ [ANN] win32-eventlog 0.2.0
91243 [djberg96 hot] Two releases in one day!

^ Method Reflection
91251 [benjovi gmx.] I'm quite new to ruby and was amazed by the powerful reflection
+ 91253 [emmanuel.tou] arity gives the number of parameters (check the special cases in the doc
+ 91287 [surrender_it] arity() is your friend. About names: we'll see keyword arguments in
+ 91834 [surrender_it] arity() is your friend. About names: we'll see keyword arguments in
+ 92024 [surrender_it] arity() is your friend. About names: we'll see keyword arguments in
+ 92212 [surrender_it] arity() is your friend. About names: we'll see keyword arguments in
+ 92363 [surrender_it] arity() is your friend. About names: we'll see keyword arguments in

^ Re: Method Reflection / Keyword Arguments
91255 [itsme213 hot] When Ruby supports keyword arguments, will the names of keyword method

^ ruby+webrick memory requirements
91257 [Pavel.Arnost] ruby+webrick has quite big memory requirements, do you have any ideas how to beat them down?

^ HTML parsing
91265 [gsinclair so] I need to parse some HTML.  I've dug around the archives and so on and
+ 91266 [emmanuel.tou] i was using a home-made solution, but i just decided (this WE) to
| + 91267 [emmanuel.tou] (it was needed for many pages due to sloppy/invalid HTML, that tidy is
| + 91273 [gsinclair so] The library I mentioned gives you a REXML::Document as well, so I'm
+ 91272 [bob.news gmx] "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair@soyabean.com.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91828 [bob.news gmx] "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair@soyabean.com.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92018 [bob.news gmx] "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair@soyabean.com.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92200 [bob.news gmx] "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair@soyabean.com.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92351 [bob.news gmx] "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair@soyabean.com.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ test::unit caller stack feature request
91269 [neoneye adsl] A typical call stack of mine look like the following.

^ peephole optimization (Re: Bignums and return)
91270 [nobu.nokada ] Not yet.
91356 [matz ruby-la] Interesting.  Commit this to the HEAD.

^ Silly question
91274 [BCoish Dymax] This may be mentioned somewhere, but I have yet to see an explanation

^ ScanMail Message: To Sender virus found and action taken.
91276 [Administrato] ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange has detected virus-infected attachment(s).

^ WebRick/HTTPS client authentication
91279 [SchmittR t-s] i am trying to use webrick as a http-server with client authentification.
91390 [nahi keynaut] Test suite of http-access2 has the server.

^ code that has been reached
91286 [neoneye adsl] Does there exists a tool for Ruby which records which parts

^ Ruby 2.x status?
91294 [michael_s_ca] What is the status of Ruby 2?  not so much as a release date or
91299 [morg borgeby] probably better to ask that on the devel list

^ RCRchive RSS Feed
91302 [kapheine hyp] There isn't a link to it yet, but I've created an RSS feed for pending
91424 [ jupp gmx.de] FEED Validator
+ 91460 [kapheine hyp] Thanks. That page declared the RSS as valid.=20
+ 91511 [ jupp gmx.de] Just in case: The feed *does* validate.

^ Ruby Web Application Framework Roundup
91307 [gavin refine] I'm trying to decide which Ruby web application framework to use (if

^ OpenGL
91310 [morg borgeby] Anyone out there got tutorials for OpenGL in ruby? I can only find alot
+ 91327 [anon nospam.] I'm not sure. The famous NE-HE tutorials for OGL may have also a ruby
+ 91848 [anon nospam.] I'm not sure. The famous NE-HE tutorials for OGL may have also a ruby
+ 92038 [anon nospam.] I'm not sure. The famous NE-HE tutorials for OGL may have also a ruby
+ 92228 [anon nospam.] I'm not sure. The famous NE-HE tutorials for OGL may have also a ruby
+ 92388 [anon nospam.] I'm not sure. The famous NE-HE tutorials for OGL may have also a ruby
  91337 [morg borgeby] I've looked at them and couldnt find any ruby examples, will take a
  + 91338 [exoticorn ep] RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/) comes with ruby versions of 10 NEHE
  + 91852 [exoticorn ep] RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/) comes with ruby versions of 10 NEHE
  + 92042 [exoticorn ep] RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/) comes with ruby versions of 10 NEHE
  + 92232 [exoticorn ep] RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/) comes with ruby versions of 10 NEHE
  + 92405 [exoticorn ep] RUDL (http://rudl.sourceforge.net/) comes with ruby versions of 10 NEHE

^ role pattern lib for ruby
91315 [shasckaw sky] Im' searching for a ruby lib that provides a role pattern framework.

^ Questions about stdout/stderr combining (for Windows & Linux)
91323 [patrick.benn] I'm working on a build tool, and I need to execute various
+ 91341 [vjoel PATH.B] What about separate pipes, two threads reading them and putting messages
| 91342 [patrick.benn] It wouldn't work.  Messages could still appear out of order unfortunately.
| + 91347 [ahoward fatt] why not use ruby to do the deed for you?
| + 91854 [ahoward fatt] why not use ruby to do the deed for you?
| + 92044 [ahoward fatt] why not use ruby to do the deed for you?
| + 92234 [ahoward fatt] why not use ruby to do the deed for you?
| + 92410 [ahoward fatt] why not use ruby to do the deed for you?
+ 91346 [pit capitain] def parent

^ Re: Borges/Iowa resource usage
91330 [chrismo clab] How does Iowa store each continuation stack (which is my own, uneducated
+ 91334 [khaines enig] Iowa uses an LRU cache.  Each page visited does trigger another usage
+ 91355 [avi beta4.co] continuations, although it's still resource intensive compared to many
+ 91858 [avi beta4.co] continuations, although it's still resource intensive compared to many
+ 92048 [avi beta4.co] continuations, although it's still resource intensive compared to many
+ 92238 [avi beta4.co] continuations, although it's still resource intensive compared to many
+ 92418 [avi beta4.co] continuations, although it's still resource intensive compared to many
  + 91360 [khaines enig] My bad.  Long day.  Yeah, most of what is going on under the covers is
  + 91480 [chad chadfow] #
  + 92834 [drbrain segm] d=20
    92836 [khaines enig] Heh.  Your LRU cache looks pretty similar to mine.  I ran into exactly the

^ Nuby: I'am only want to copy a File!
91331 [daniel boven] I am currently reading the book 'Programming Ruby' and during this time
91332 [rove.monteux] fileutils wouldnt do the trick, no ?
91336 [daniel boven] thanks thanks

^ Destructive String Methods
91333 [google johnw] Is there a way to tell when a destructive method has been called? I've

^ shell scripts in background (with &) - why would they stop?
91364 [ruby hitmedi] Shouldn't a Ruby script keep running if someone uses the "&" at the end of the command?
+ 91366 [zdennis mkte] the command?
+ 91367 [rodrigo.berm] nohup ./processFiles.rb&
| 91370 [zdennis mkte] I didn't know this, very cool! Thanks,
+ 91368 [gfb tonesoft] trap '' 1
+ 91369 [imodev softh] El Martes, 03 de Febrero de 2004 01:02, Ruby Baby escribióº
+ 91619 [austin halos] Yes.
  91620 [thomas_adam1] disown $(jobs -p) && logout
  + 91644 [discord mac.] ./processFiles.rb &!
  + 91653 [nobu.nokada ] Just

^ msvcrt-ruby18.dll ?
91373 [intc_ctor ya] I tried building Ruby from source on Windows using MSVC++ today.  I

^ Modules defining class methods to include?
91375 [tim bates.id] irb(main):001:0> module Foo
91383 [vjoel PATH.B] class Bar
91385 [tim bates.id] irb(main):017:0> Bar.new.foo
91388 [vjoel PATH.B] module Foo

^ Windows Registry
91376 [bobx linuxma] Does Ruby come out of the box with ways to handle the Windows registry?

^ Ruby9i 0.2.1 release is broken
91381 [nycsubwaysur] Jim,

^ try screen (was: Re: shell scripts in background (with &) - why would they stop?)
91386 [ryan dlugosz] nohup is a very handy command... Another very useful utility for this is
91393 [thomas_adam1] ./somefile.rb &
+ 91401 [guslist free] I guess I can add that it is a normal behavior. It is not specific to
+ 91404 [sroberts uni] Under what shell? I've never seen "disown".
  91405 [thomas_adam1] It's a bash builtin, admittedly.

^ RCR draft for enhanced "case..when..else..end" syntax
91407 [gcao lemurne] I'm thinking of submitting a RCR. Here is the draft. Comments are welcome.
+ 91417 [bob.news gmx] "Guoliang Cao" <gcao@lemurnetworks.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91420 [nobu.nokada ] "when" clause can be terminated by ":" now.  It can conflict.
| 91422 [gcao lemurne] Really? In the Pragmatic Programmer's Guide, it didn't mention ":" but uses
| 91452 [gcao lemurne] Just tried on Ruby 1.6.8. It uses "then" instead of ":". So there's no
| 91498 [nobu.nokada ] $ ruby-1.8 -e 'if /^\w+/ =~ "abc": puts $& end'
+ 91421 [gfb tonesoft] Do you know about this syntax currently available?
| + 91423 [gcao lemurne] No. This is close to what I want though. The only drawback is you still
| | 91550 [austin halos] That's not a drawback. That's a feature.
| + 91429 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 91549 [austin halos] a = "aaa"
| | 91552 [gfb tonesoft] Nice investigative job ;-). But remember that it was only a quick
| | 91554 [gcao lemurne] I think this is very tricky. ',' equals to '||' here. This should be made
| | 91557 [austin halos] It's not tricky at all; it's consistent with the way that case..when..end
| | 91561 [gcao lemurne] I'm not saying it's inconsistent. What I mean by tricky is it's easy to
| | 91563 [austin halos] Please do not CC me on responses to c.l.r or ruby-talk, wherever you're
| + 91883 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 92073 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 92263 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   91431 [gfb tonesoft] I checked that it works in 1.6.8. I remember somebody (Nobu?) mentioning
|   + 91525 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   + 91909 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   + 92099 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   + 92289 [bob.news gmx] "Gennady" <gfb@tonesoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|     91540 [sroberts uni] There's a lot of info jammed into the corners of the pickaxe book!
|     91544 [gfb tonesoft] We are not talking about general "case" syntax, most of folks here are
+ 91881 [bob.news gmx] "Guoliang Cao" <gcao@lemurnetworks.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92071 [bob.news gmx] "Guoliang Cao" <gcao@lemurnetworks.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92261 [bob.news gmx] "Guoliang Cao" <gcao@lemurnetworks.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  91548 [austin halos] No. It's ugly and (IMO) not needed. Any program which seems to need it is in
  91553 [gcao lemurne] Robert's code looks good, but a bit over-engineering to me.
  + 91556 [matz ruby-la] Natural extension is not always a good thing.  We can inherit from one
  | 91559 [gcao lemurne] I'm fine with that. Thanks for taking a look, Matz.
  | 91560 [austin halos] I'm not. This proposal does. What you're wanting to do is effectively make
  + 91562 [gcao lemurne] When you are thinking it's not something you'll need, the count is always
    + 91564 [sean celsoft] Personally, I like the idea of a more readable way to replace the if...elsif
    | + 91576 [austin halos] It's called lookup tables or object oriented programming using virtual
    | + 91604 [bob.news gmx] "Sean O'Dell" <sean@celsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    | | 91608 [bob.news gmx] "Robert Klemme" <bob.news@gmx.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:...
    | + 91934 [bob.news gmx] "Sean O'Dell" <sean@celsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    | | 91936 [bob.news gmx] "Robert Klemme" <bob.news@gmx.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:...
    | + 92124 [bob.news gmx] "Sean O'Dell" <sean@celsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    | | 92126 [bob.news gmx] "Robert Klemme" <bob.news@gmx.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:...
    | + 92314 [bob.news gmx] "Sean O'Dell" <sean@celsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    |   92317 [bob.news gmx] "Robert Klemme" <bob.news@gmx.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:...
    + 91612 [kjana dm4lab] I wonder why those who have informed that case which has no following

^ KDE 3.2 binding
91408 [guslist free] * New Tools for Software Developers
91409 [emmanuel.tou] it's brand new, based on SMOKE like perlqt.sf.net.
91530 [emmanuel.tou] to be more precise, you can look at ruby-talk:89383
91569 [guslist free] Thanks.

^ Image conversion ...
91412 [usenets_remo] resolution, uniform size but maintaining aspect ration, etc ...?

^ :offtopic: mail list problem?
91425 [paul_vudmask] When i send an email to this ml from my email
+ 91462 [kapheine hyp] Did you try multiple times from your email client? Now and then I've
+ 91512 [ jupp gmx.de] Spamassassin running berserk?
+ 91517 [drtrey midso] Is Mozilla sending plain text or HTML? I think that the list only
+ 91581 [discord mac.] I had the same problem for a while. If you use mozilla with more than

^ nested list with rdoc
91428 [shasckaw sky] I'm using rdoc version 0.9.0, the one distributed with self-install

^ Arachno Ruby IDE
91430 [yura opmr.co] "With our advanced debugging capabilities you can increase your
+ 91432 [gfb tonesoft] It looks like one-of-a-kind debugger ;-)
+ 91433 [surrender_it] that's not somthing to joke, sadly.
+ 91884 [surrender_it] that's not somthing to joke, sadly.
+ 92074 [surrender_it] that's not somthing to joke, sadly.
+ 92264 [surrender_it] that's not somthing to joke, sadly.
  91441 [mailinglists] Right it's really bad to get it running on huge programs.
  + 91447 [gfb tonesoft] It looks like you guys did not get the joke. Yura was pointing out to an
  | + 91457 [surrender_it] I did'nt, thanks, sorry for being dumb.
  | + 91891 [surrender_it] I did'nt, thanks, sorry for being dumb.
  | + 92080 [surrender_it] I did'nt, thanks, sorry for being dumb.
  | + 92271 [surrender_it] I did'nt, thanks, sorry for being dumb.
  + 91458 [zdennis mkte] No need to apologize Lothar. There is nothing wrong with a difference of

^ gsub with match replacement
91434 [jleu interne] I'm trying to convert
+ 91439 [angus quovad] When ruby is about to call method #gsub, it evaluates the arguments.
+ 91444 [markjreed ma] That doesn't work because to_i is being called on the literal string '\1' -
+ 91887 [markjreed ma] That doesn't work because to_i is being called on the literal string '\1' -
+ 92077 [markjreed ma] That doesn't work because to_i is being called on the literal string '\1' -
+ 92267 [markjreed ma] That doesn't work because to_i is being called on the literal string '\1' -

^ ruby-serialport on Win32
91435 [Stephan.Kaem] has anybody used the serial port library on a Win32 system?

^ ARGV problems
91436 [snowzone5 ho] i seem to be having a problem with ARGV.

^ Re: Arachno Ruby IDE (getting OT...)
91437 [michael_s_ca] ha
91443 [Ephaeton gmx] upper left corner: "Project: Sample Python", a lot of .py files open,
91448 [michael_s_ca] open,

^ Re: flip flop operator proposal (from condition to condition do )
91454 [intc_ctor ya] languages) so that could also be confusing.  ~~ might be better.

^ mysql-ruby-2.4.5 problem
91468 [william m4tr] ruby extconf.rb --with-mysql-dir=/usr/local/mysql-4.0.17
91500 [nobu.nokada ] You just seems to haven't installed mysqlclient library.

^ Ruby/PAM not working on FreeBSD
91471 [ben blahr.co] Has anybody been able to get Ruby/PAM working on FreeBSD? I'm using

^ ruby and pointers
91472 [elathan phys] pool = [1.2, 2.434, 1.132, 1.1334]
+ 91473 [lyle users.s] I don't think so, because foo is a reference to a Float object, and
+ 91474 [gfb tonesoft] Variables in Ruby are not objects, they hold only references to other
+ 91893 [lyle users.s] I don't think so, because foo is a reference to a Float object, and
+ 92083 [lyle users.s] I don't think so, because foo is a reference to a Float object, and
+ 92273 [lyle users.s] I don't think so, because foo is a reference to a Float object, and
  91475 [elathan phys] Thanks Lyle for the quick reply. What I wanted to do was
  91505 [guslist free] Is there a specific reason of why you want to do that?
  91555 [elathan phys] int foo;
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