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91228-92836 subjects 91727-92815

^ String.hex and valid mac addresses : a cleaner way ?
91476 [tjk annapoli] Is there a cleaner way to doing this ?
+ 91477 [sroberts uni] hh[:hh]
+ 91479 [zdennis mkte] while gets
| 91491 [zdennis mkte] while gets
| 91515 [discord mac.] Hmmm... It didn't seem to make it through the first time... I'll try again
+ 91527 [bob.news gmx] "Theodore Knab" <tjk@annapolislinux.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91911 [bob.news gmx] "Theodore Knab" <tjk@annapolislinux.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92101 [bob.news gmx] "Theodore Knab" <tjk@annapolislinux.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92291 [bob.news gmx] "Theodore Knab" <tjk@annapolislinux.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ Where to install data files?
91478 [childNOSPAM ] connected with .rb files, so they should stay in the same directory, but

^ Documentation for C extension
91482 [childNOSPAM ] (http://subversion.tigris.org). How should I document it to create

^ Newbie question
91483 [ sjt 5jt.com] We are two grey-haired programmers studying Ruby and have a question so

^ eistein's riddle
91488 [Ara.T.Howard] this will keep you busy

^ retrieve cocoon content failed
91490 [lyan univmai] Our application allows users to analyze documents (xml or html) they

^ Re: eistein's riddle [SPOILER!]
91499 [ruby-talk pc] [conditions]

^ Re: eistein's riddle (solution)
91514 [pit capitain] cr cg cw cy cb nb ns nd nn ng bt bc bm bb bw zp zd zb zm zc pd pb pc ph pf

^ overriding setup in Test::Unit
91523 [ian caliban.] I have some unit tests that I'm having a little trouble with.
91524 [ian caliban.] In the example above, I have renamed the classes from their true names.
91528 [nobu.nokada ] Seems fine.
91533 [ian caliban.] The real code is more complex, of course. A lot of files are being

^ ARGV
91534 [merke jupite] how do I recognize if a ruby file prg.rb was called as a separate program

^ Re: WebRick/HTTPS client authentication
91539 [SchmittR t-s] Thanks for the tip. I take a look - but dont understand :-(.
91603 [nahi keynaut] These options are just for your purpose.
91606 [nahi keynaut] There is another way to know who is the client.
91607 [SchmittR t-s] Works perfect. Thank you!

^ what is aspect-oriented s/w? (was Re: role pattern lib for ruby)
91543 [sroberts uni] Is there a description of it somewhere?
+ 91545 [mlipper US-A] Check out http://www.aspectJ.org . This is a Java-specific aspect-oriented
+ 91570 [pit capitain] On the Ruby Object Teams page on sourceforge there's a link called "Home Page",
  91571 [pit capitain] Sorry, I didn't notice you were talking about Aspect Oriented Programming in
  + 91573 [sroberts uni] Well, that was some good links, but they're all pretty hand-wavy about
  | 91593 [transami run] I think I can give a reasonable overall picture of AOP.
  | + 91598 [ahoward fatt] thanks for that - interesting.
  | + 91624 [shasckaw sky] I have already tried to understand AOP. The stuff I've already read
  | | 91648 [david.naseby] The classic examples of AOP are logging and profiling. For more general
  | | 91700 [sroberts uni] That was just what I needed, thanks.
  | + 91672 [sroberts uni] Thanks, that does help a bit, though it still quite abstract. Its hard
  | + 91932 [ahoward fatt] thanks for that - interesting.
  | + 91941 [shasckaw sky] I have already tried to understand AOP. The stuff I've already read
  | + 92121 [ahoward fatt] thanks for that - interesting.
  | + 92131 [shasckaw sky] I have already tried to understand AOP. The stuff I've already read
  | + 92311 [ahoward fatt] thanks for that - interesting.
  | + 92326 [shasckaw sky] I have already tried to understand AOP. The stuff I've already read
  + 91578 [shasckaw sky] We were talking about AOP? No, it seems you made a mistake somewhere, we
  + 91923 [shasckaw sky] We were talking about AOP? No, it seems you made a mistake somewhere, we
  + 92113 [shasckaw sky] We were talking about AOP? No, it seems you made a mistake somewhere, we
  + 92303 [shasckaw sky] We were talking about AOP? No, it seems you made a mistake somewhere, we
    91671 [sroberts uni] Uh, he wasn't replying to you, he was replying to my question (see the

^ web sessions
91546 [paul_vudmask] Maybe someone will clue me in on something with cgi

^ -0777 broken in 1.8.1?
91547 [ruby-talk gr] $ ruby -0777 -ne 'puts $FILENAME' .bash*
91558 [matz ruby-la] Can't reproduce on my machine (i686-linux).  Can you show us more info
91572 [ruby-talk gr] ruby 1.8.1 (2003-12-25) [i686-linux-gnu]      <<< actually an Athlon-XP
+ 91575 [mike stok.co] Which compiler do you use?  When I use -mcpu=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe and try
+ 91922 [mike stok.co] Which compiler do you use?  When I use -mcpu=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe and try
+ 92112 [mike stok.co] Which compiler do you use?  When I use -mcpu=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe and try
+ 92302 [mike stok.co] Which compiler do you use?  When I use -mcpu=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe and try
  91594 [ruby-talk gr] I'm using gcc-3.3.2.  I just tested with -O0 but the problem persists.
  91670 [jpace incava] I ran into this with 1.8.1 last week, where the end-of-file was not
  91736 [ruby-talk gr] Thanks Jeff!  That does the trick!  Sounds like 1.8.2 should be right

^ New Computer, version, confusion
91565 [ronjeffries ] I just got a new computer and need to get stuff moved over to it.

^ two questions
91579 [il_piccione ] question that i cannot find answers for.

^ case with multiple expressions
91583 [hal9000 hype] Is there anything wrong with this kind of solution?
91585 [matz ruby-la] Hmm, if we define Array#=== as
+ 91588 [nobu.nokada ] index = -1
+ 91589 [surrender_it] def ===(otr)
+ 91927 [surrender_it] def ===(otr)
+ 92117 [surrender_it] def ===(otr)
+ 92307 [surrender_it] def ===(otr)
+ 92442 [surrender_it] def ===(otr)

^ WEBrick always binds twice -> fails
91584 [peter.schull] I have a problem with WEBrick on my Gentoo system. Whenever one tries to

^ Creating mixed content elements in REXML
91586 [sera fhwang.] Say I have a string that represents an XML element that I want to

^ An assimilators guide to Python?
91590 [ jupp gmx.de] I now and then come across Python and Perl programs with permitting
+ 91591 [lyle knology] Hope this helps,
+ 91609 [surrender_it] that should explain you the basic syntax.
+ 91638 [bdelmee adva] For a very straight-forward example, you might like to have
+ 91928 [lyle knology] Hope this helps,
+ 91937 [surrender_it] that should explain you the basic syntax.
+ 91949 [bdelmee adva] For a very straight-forward example, you might like to have
+ 92118 [lyle knology] Hope this helps,
+ 92127 [surrender_it] that should explain you the basic syntax.
+ 92139 [bdelmee adva] For a very straight-forward example, you might like to have
+ 92308 [lyle knology] Hope this helps,
+ 92319 [surrender_it] that should explain you the basic syntax.
+ 92341 [bdelmee adva] For a very straight-forward example, you might like to have

^ Trouble using Exerb
91602 [gedb rushcod] I'm having trouble using Exerb.

^ Irb Ri integration (Was: An assimilators guide to Python?)
91610 [cc1 cec.wust] Now that we have alot of the standard docs in ri format available in

^ HTML Parsing?
91626 [martin zsdfh] I need to access an http server and interpret som data from the page i get
+ 91632 [davel canuck] see http://ruby-htmltools.rubyforge.org/
| 91646 [gsinclair so] For the OP: you can use the above library to convert HTML into a
| 91697 [martin zsdfh] thanks for all the advice - I can't believe that I missed the similar thread
+ 91636 [emmanuel.tou] see the thread at

^ YAPV (Yet Another Pickaxe Version)
91633 [gavin refine] As promised in another thread, I am working on a new web version of the

^ io/nonblock
91635 [Ara.T.Howard] i love this module.  what is it's status?  any plans to remove/modify in

^ Newbie:  1.8.1, ri, and Windows
91637 [stevec890 ya] Sorry for being dense, but I can't seem to get ri to work either with

^ Fw: [XP] A Job Posting : Extreme Programmer needed.
91641 [pit capitain] yeah!
+ 91651 [intc_ctor ya] *   Python, Ruby, Java or equivalent language experience.
+ 91954 [intc_ctor ya] *   Python, Ruby, Java or equivalent language experience.
+ 92144 [intc_ctor ya] *   Python, Ruby, Java or equivalent language experience.
+ 92352 [intc_ctor ya] *   Python, Ruby, Java or equivalent language experience.
  91660 [pit capitain] This is how my screen looked like before I pressed the send button, but when I
  + 91679 [ptkwt aracne] No, I mean this is precisely why I don't program in Python ;-)
  + 91962 [ptkwt aracne] No, I mean this is precisely why I don't program in Python ;-)
  + 92152 [ptkwt aracne] No, I mean this is precisely why I don't program in Python ;-)
  + 92370 [ptkwt aracne] No, I mean this is precisely why I don't program in Python ;-)

^ Re: Fw: [XP] A Job Posting : Extreme Programmer needed. (OT)
91643 [tibbetts acm] Based on my experience, these are mutually exclusive.
+ 91667 [rocioestrada] non true ;-), me accountant IRL, oh well some might be...
+ 91708 [jrb3 eidogen] The IRS has form 1040-EZ.  Defense rests.  ;-)

^ How do I bounce?
91649 [adavies optu] I use pop.rb to download emails on a whitelist

^ FAQ: File object vs OS file
91650 [martindemell] Should "Where are File#copy, File#move, File#delete etc?" be added to

^ impersonating ruby
91652 [anon nospam.] can I somehow change a ruby interpreters uid from 0 to something and

^ [newbie question] Variable visibility
91657 [harpo nexs.f] [I do apologize for my bad english]

^ Is there any way to mark an object as "always in use" (specifically, in a C extension)?
91665 [harryo qiqso] Some background ...
+ 91666 [nobu.nokada ] Seems correct.
| 91669 [harryo qiqso] Thanks. I'll look that up!
| 91674 [nobu.nokada ] You mean struct st_table?  If so, you may register a Hash
| 91677 [harryo qiqso] I've only learned enough about C extensions to get done what I needed.  I plan to do some serious study when I get a chance.  I must say, it was pretty easy to get started ... as I would expect from anything related to Ruby, of course!
+ 91725 [ralf_horstma] Have you already tried xmlparser (wrapper around
+ 91975 [ralf_horstma] Have you already tried xmlparser (wrapper around
+ 92165 [ralf_horstma] Have you already tried xmlparser (wrapper around
+ 92395 [ralf_horstma] Have you already tried xmlparser (wrapper around
  91730 [harryo zip.c] hence couldn't get expat installed easily, so I didn't look any further
  + 91751 [ralf_horstma] I just checked and found it to be about 10 megabytes. So actually not that
  + 91983 [ralf_horstma] I just checked and found it to be about 10 megabytes. So actually not that
  + 92178 [ralf_horstma] I just checked and found it to be about 10 megabytes. So actually not that
  + 92404 [ralf_horstma] I just checked and found it to be about 10 megabytes. So actually not that
    91753 [kapheine hyp] =20
    91764 [harryo zip.c] Is this a new problem introduced in a recent version?  If so, it's
    91766 [kapheine hyp] =20

^ pl-ruby detecting postgresql 7.4 under redhat
91678 [lists zara.6] I hope discussion on pl-ruby is welcome in this list.
91795 [decoux moulo] I've applied the patch, Thanks

^ mkfifo in Ruby 1.8?
91680 [basile-news ] Why is (the library call) mkfifo missing in Ruby 1.8? Is there a way

^ Is 1.8.2 imminent? And detecting Rubyx version
91682 [andrew walro] I'm holding off an 'official' release of Rubyx (ruby based linux distro)
+ 91683 [andrew walro] That should have said 'detecting _ruby_ version' :)
+ 91687 [batsman.geo ] VERSION and RUBY_RELEASE_DATE
  + 91689 [nobu.nokada ] VERSION is already obsolete and no longer available in 1.9, use
  | 91691 [andrew walro] Thanks for that. I'll make the change :)
  + 91690 [andrew walro] Thanks! My implementation seems messy though. Can anybody think of how to
    + 91692 [bob.news gmx] distribution...
    + 91693 [nobu.nokada ] case RUBY_VERSION <=> "1.8.1"
    | 91695 [andrew walro] Smart-arse :)
    | + 91781 [han.holl pob] irb(main):001:0> "1.12.3" <=> "1.8.0"
    | + 91993 [han.holl pob] irb(main):001:0> "1.12.3" <=> "1.8.0"
    | + 92201 [han.holl pob] irb(main):001:0> "1.12.3" <=> "1.8.0"
    | + 92423 [han.holl pob] irb(main):001:0> "1.12.3" <=> "1.8.0"
    |   + 91782 [nobu.nokada ] Yes, guaranteed.
    |   + 91793 [matz ruby-la] We will never use two digit version.  Don't worry.
    + 91967 [bob.news gmx] distribution...
    + 92157 [bob.news gmx] distribution...
    + 92380 [bob.news gmx] distribution...

^ Removing methods from DRbObject
91684 [tim bates.id] My application is using DRb extensively in support of its client-server
+ 91685 [bob.news gmx] "Tim Bates" <tim@bates.id.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91724 [vjoel PATH.B] You might want consider requiring drb/eq, which defines #== and #hash in
| 91763 [tim bates.id] class DRbObject
+ 91964 [bob.news gmx] "Tim Bates" <tim@bates.id.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92155 [bob.news gmx] "Tim Bates" <tim@bates.id.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92374 [bob.news gmx] "Tim Bates" <tim@bates.id.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ Re: HTML Parsing (round 2)
91699 [martin zsdfh] OK feel free to call me an idiot here, but what versions of html-parser and
+ 91707 [davel canuck] I had the same experience, so it's not you, it's the code.  I had to tweak
+ 91741 [gsinclair so] I got my stuff from http://bike-nomad.com/ruby/ and its linked
+ 91786 [dooby d10.ka] In ruby-htmltools/test/tc_stacking-parser.rb, replace
+ 91997 [dooby d10.ka] In ruby-htmltools/test/tc_stacking-parser.rb, replace
+ 92208 [dooby d10.ka] In ruby-htmltools/test/tc_stacking-parser.rb, replace
+ 92431 [dooby d10.ka] In ruby-htmltools/test/tc_stacking-parser.rb, replace
  91790 [martin zsdfh] Thanks - I got there in the end anyway by manually installing all the files I
  + 91791 [gsinclair so] True, but this is an isolated case.  I've never seen so much
  + 91792 [dooby d10.ka] Until I read this thread, I was unaware of 1.06 on RubyForge which *is*
  + 91999 [dooby d10.ka] Until I read this thread, I was unaware of 1.06 on RubyForge which *is*
  + 92213 [dooby d10.ka] Until I read this thread, I was unaware of 1.06 on RubyForge which *is*
  + 92435 [dooby d10.ka] Until I read this thread, I was unaware of 1.06 on RubyForge which *is*
    92579 [jhannes desp] Thank you all for the feedback, and especially to daz for alerting me
    92595 [dooby d10.ka] That's greatly appreciated, Johannes, thank you for

^ prepend file line number to array
91702 [jpaish freen] using ruby, i am trying to read a file of a couple hundred lines into an
+ 91704 [happy user.c] How about
+ 91706 [bob.news gmx] "Joseph Paish" <jpaish@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91738 [gsinclair so] Sure there is!
+ 91970 [happy user.c] How about
+ 91972 [bob.news gmx] "Joseph Paish" <jpaish@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92160 [happy user.c] How about
+ 92162 [bob.news gmx] "Joseph Paish" <jpaish@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92387 [happy user.c] How about
+ 92391 [bob.news gmx] "Joseph Paish" <jpaish@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ OSCON Submissions...
91709 [rich infoeth] All,

^ Email parsing
91710 [rove.monteux] Question, Im using net/pop to collect email, is there any way I can get
+ 91711 [sroberts uni] I don't think ruby has any builtin mail message decoders, but I've used
| 91712 [rove.monteux] That sounds good, thanks !
+ 91713 [ahoward fatt] -a
+ 91750 [bob.news gmx] Grugitate Mail
+ 91973 [ahoward fatt] -a
+ 91982 [bob.news gmx] Grugitate Mail
+ 92163 [ahoward fatt] -a
+ 92177 [bob.news gmx] Grugitate Mail
+ 92393 [ahoward fatt] -a
| 91714 [rove.monteux] Thanks again,
| 91717 [sroberts uni] Well, that's one way. The other way is to read a local mailbox in unix
| 91718 [rove.monteux] Yes, I got till there using the net/pop alright, can retrieve headers
| 91719 [sroberts uni] Sorry, your on your own now, luckily you have the source!
| 91722 [rove.monteux] Yes Im pretty puzzled now,
+ 92402 [bob.news gmx] Grugitate Mail

^ eruby under mod_fastcgi
91715 [mmead goof.c] Does anyone have experience with getting eruby to run under

^ HowTo :   sub.(regexp,$1)
91720 [rodrigo.berm] "1:12:00" --> "2:12:00"  (i don't need to worry about 24)
+ 91721 [msparshatt y] One way is to use the block form of gsub
+ 91723 [batsman.geo ] "1:12:00".gsub(/(^\d?\w)/) { $1.to_i.succ.to_s }
  + 91749 [bob.news gmx] "Mauricio FernŠŌdez" <batsman.geo@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 91981 [bob.news gmx] "Mauricio FernŠŌdez" <batsman.geo@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 92175 [bob.news gmx] "Mauricio FernŠŌdez" <batsman.geo@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 92401 [bob.news gmx] "Mauricio FernŠŌdez" <batsman.geo@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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