91727-92815

91476-92595 subjects 92269-93539

^ [ANN] RedCloth 2.0 -- A Textile Humane Web Text Generator
91727 [ruby-talk wh] h1. RedCloth
91728 [yura opmr.co] How does it compare to reStructuredText?
91729 [ruby-talk wh] I'm not terribly familiar with reStructuredText, so another might be
91731 [ruby-talk pc] good summary I'd say.
91742 [gour mail.in] Have you tried with ConTeXt?
91747 [ruby-talk pc] [TeX bashing by me]

^ Intl. Free Software Forum Call For Papers
91733 [spectra debi] Since I believe a lot of people have interest in presenting the

^ pty.so: [BUG] Segmentation fault
91737 [bobgus rcn.c] I just installed ruby-1.8.1 and found this problem.
91743 [matz ruby-la] Hmm, is there somebody to confirm this on Solaris 2.7?
91760 [vjoel PATH.B] No segfault here.
91775 [nobu.nokada ] No.
91779 [vjoel PATH.B] declare -x CFLAGS="-I/usr/path/include"

^ [OT] Re: [ANN] RedCloth 2.0 -- A Textile Humane Web Text Generator
91740 [gsinclair so] I fully agree.  I wonder if some input format could exist that

^ nuby problem with net/http
91744 [kris_80 btin] I am trying to do some basic http stuff with Ruby but I can't get the

^ Packaging (was Re: HTML Parsing (round 2))
91745 [martindemell] Which makes me think a useful feature for a packaging system would be

^ Re: [OT] markup text-based doc languages
91748 [sroberts uni] LaTeX does everything you mention, doesn't it?

^ [RFC] 'via' proposal
91755 [elathan phys] 1000.times do |a, b, c|
91756 [rpav mephle.] I'm not sure what's "bad design" about it... there's not really enough

^ Problem with sending a mail
91762 [dirk.einecke] #!/usr/bin/ruby
+ 91776 [noel.cuillan] smtp = Net::SMTP.new('smtp.we-devedge.de',25)
+ 91778 [aamine lover] You must send correct HELO domain (default is "localhost.localdomain").
  + 91785 [dirk.einecke] Ok - I have fixed my problem and all is fine - for now.
  + 91996 [dirk.einecke] Ok - I have fixed my problem and all is fine - for now.
  + 92205 [dirk.einecke] Ok - I have fixed my problem and all is fine - for now.
  + 92428 [dirk.einecke] Ok - I have fixed my problem and all is fine - for now.

^ [NUBY]  Some simple (?) type questions
91768 [silly silly.] Hey guys,

^ [OT] MS have right on the word "Windows" ?
91770 [phasis68 kor] Microsoft is pressuring wxWindows to stop using the word "Windows" in the

^ Multi-threading lesson wanted
91771 [tim bates.id] I've not done a lot of multi-threaded programming before, and I now find
+ 91780 [vjoel PATH.B] You have some excitement ahead of you!
+ 92465 [bob.news gmx] "Tim Bates" <tim@bates.id.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  92468 [cc1 cec.wust] Why doesn't the counting semaphore library come standard with Ruby?  I
  92470 [bob.news gmx] "Charles Comstock" <cc1@cec.wustl.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ I too dumb to program
91777 [Lester_t_lin] Because I a moron.

^ Threads for dummies
91783 [sv-erik fjer] Can somone please tell me howto handle threads in the code below

^ Re: Threads for dummies ver 0001
91784 [sv-erik fjer] Got this  wrong

^ TkEntry with { (left brace) characters
91794 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm

^ pl-ruby & ruby 1.6 on freebsd (was Re: pl-ruby detecting postgresql 7.4 under redhat)
91797 [lists zara.6] Btw, someone on the pg-general list tried building pl-ruby with Ruby 1.6
92469 [decoux moulo] I'll modify it, it must work with 1.6 -> 1.8 and PostgreSQL 6.4 -> 7.4

^ tkEntry with a { character
91798 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm
91800 [thomas_adam1] {{

^ TkEntry with { (left brace) characters
91799 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm
91801 [nagai ai.kyu] Sorry. It's a bug of TkVariable#to_s (TkComm::string).
92624 [nagai ai.kyu] I committed the following patch to CVS head.
+ 92626 [nagai ai.kyu] Sorry. I forgot to attach the patch.
| 92772 [nagai ai.kyu] Sorry, again. The patch has some bugs.
| 92815 [webrg.ruby-t] Just got the patch and applied it to ruby 1.8.1 . It works well so far.
+ 92814 [webrg.ruby-t] snip

^ Re: (OT) the Ruby community (was (OT) Open Source != Do it yourself
91808 [cyclists nc.] I'm in the U.S., but I've communicated via email with Ruby users in Spain,

^ Re: Method Reflection / Keyword Arguments
91818 [itsme213 hot] When Ruby supports keyword arguments, will the names of keyword method

^ test::unit caller stack feature request
91827 [neoneye adsl] A typical call stack of mine look like the following.

^ Silly question
91829 [BCoish Dymax] This may be mentioned somewhere, but I have yet to see an explanation

^ code that has been reached
91831 [neoneye adsl] Does there exists a tool for Ruby which records which parts

^ Ruby Web Application Framework Roundup
91843 [gavin refine] I'm trying to decide which Ruby web application framework to use (if

^ role pattern lib for ruby
91845 [shasckaw sky] Im' searching for a ruby lib that provides a role pattern framework.

^ Destructive String Methods
91851 [google johnw] Is there a way to tell when a destructive method has been called? I've

^ msvcrt-ruby18.dll ?
91862 [intc_ctor ya] I tried building Ruby from source on Windows using MSVC++ today.  I

^ Windows Registry
91864 [bobx linuxma] Does Ruby come out of the box with ways to handle the Windows registry?

^ Ruby9i 0.2.1 release is broken
91867 [nycsubwaysur] Jim,

^ Image conversion ...
91877 [usenets_remo] resolution, uniform size but maintaining aspect ration, etc ...?

^ nested list with rdoc
91882 [shasckaw sky] I'm using rdoc version 0.9.0, the one distributed with self-install

^ ruby-serialport on Win32
91885 [Stephan.Kaem] has anybody used the serial port library on a Win32 system?

^ ARGV problems
91886 [snowzone5 ho] i seem to be having a problem with ARGV.

^ Re: flip flop operator proposal (from condition to condition do )
91889 [intc_ctor ya] languages) so that could also be confusing.  ~~ might be better.

^ Where to install data files?
91894 [childNOSPAM ] connected with .rb files, so they should stay in the same directory, but

^ Documentation for C extension
91896 [childNOSPAM ] (http://subversion.tigris.org). How should I document it to create

^ Newbie question
91897 [ sjt 5jt.com] We are two grey-haired programmers studying Ruby and have a question so

^ eistein's riddle
91898 [Ara.T.Howard] this will keep you busy

^ ARGV
91915 [merke jupite] how do I recognize if a ruby file prg.rb was called as a separate program

^ New Computer, version, confusion
91921 [ronjeffries ] I just got a new computer and need to get stuff moved over to it.

^ two questions
91924 [il_piccione ] question that i cannot find answers for.

^ Creating mixed content elements in REXML
91926 [sera fhwang.] Say I have a string that represents an XML element that I want to

^ Trouble using Exerb
91933 [gedb rushcod] I'm having trouble using Exerb.

^ Irb Ri integration (Was: An assimilators guide to Python?)
91938 [cc1 cec.wust] Now that we have alot of the standard docs in ri format available in

^ YAPV (Yet Another Pickaxe Version)
91945 [gavin refine] As promised in another thread, I am working on a new web version of the

^ io/nonblock
91946 [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
91948 [stevec890 ya] Sorry for being dense, but I can't seem to get ri to work either with

^ How do I bounce?
91952 [adavies optu] I use pop.rb to download emails on a whitelist

^ FAQ: File object vs OS file
91953 [martindemell] Should "Where are File#copy, File#move, File#delete etc?" be added to

^ impersonating ruby
91955 [anon nospam.] can I somehow change a ruby interpreters uid from 0 to something and

^ [newbie question] Variable visibility
91957 [harpo nexs.f] [I do apologize for my bad english]

^ mkfifo in Ruby 1.8?
91963 [basile-news ] Why is (the library call) mkfifo missing in Ruby 1.8? Is there a way

^ nuby problem with net/http
91979 [kris_80 btin] I am trying to do some basic http stuff with Ruby but I can't get the

^ Packaging (was Re: HTML Parsing (round 2))
91980 [martindemell] Which makes me think a useful feature for a packaging system would be

^ [NUBY]  Some simple (?) type questions
91989 [silly silly.] Hey guys,

^ [OT] MS have right on the word "Windows" ?
91990 [phasis68 kor] Microsoft is pressuring wxWindows to stop using the word "Windows" in the

^ I too dumb to program
91992 [Lester_t_lin] Because I a moron.

^ Threads for dummies
91994 [sv-erik fjer] Can somone please tell me howto handle threads in the code below

^ Re: Threads for dummies ver 0001
91995 [sv-erik fjer] Got this  wrong

^ TkEntry with { (left brace) characters
92000 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm

^ Re: Method Reflection / Keyword Arguments
92008 [itsme213 hot] When Ruby supports keyword arguments, will the names of keyword method

^ test::unit caller stack feature request
92017 [neoneye adsl] A typical call stack of mine look like the following.

^ Silly question
92019 [BCoish Dymax] This may be mentioned somewhere, but I have yet to see an explanation

^ code that has been reached
92023 [neoneye adsl] Does there exists a tool for Ruby which records which parts

^ Ruby Web Application Framework Roundup
92032 [gavin refine] I'm trying to decide which Ruby web application framework to use (if

^ role pattern lib for ruby
92035 [shasckaw sky] Im' searching for a ruby lib that provides a role pattern framework.

^ Destructive String Methods
92041 [google johnw] Is there a way to tell when a destructive method has been called? I've

^ msvcrt-ruby18.dll ?
92052 [intc_ctor ya] I tried building Ruby from source on Windows using MSVC++ today.  I

^ Windows Registry
92054 [bobx linuxma] Does Ruby come out of the box with ways to handle the Windows registry?

^ Ruby9i 0.2.1 release is broken
92057 [nycsubwaysur] Jim,

^ Image conversion ...
92067 [usenets_remo] resolution, uniform size but maintaining aspect ration, etc ...?

^ nested list with rdoc
92072 [shasckaw sky] I'm using rdoc version 0.9.0, the one distributed with self-install

^ ruby-serialport on Win32
92075 [Stephan.Kaem] has anybody used the serial port library on a Win32 system?

^ ARGV problems
92076 [snowzone5 ho] i seem to be having a problem with ARGV.

^ Re: flip flop operator proposal (from condition to condition do )
92079 [intc_ctor ya] languages) so that could also be confusing.  ~~ might be better.

^ Where to install data files?
92084 [childNOSPAM ] connected with .rb files, so they should stay in the same directory, but

^ Documentation for C extension
92086 [childNOSPAM ] (http://subversion.tigris.org). How should I document it to create

^ Newbie question
92087 [ sjt 5jt.com] We are two grey-haired programmers studying Ruby and have a question so

^ eistein's riddle
92088 [Ara.T.Howard] this will keep you busy

^ ARGV
92105 [merke jupite] how do I recognize if a ruby file prg.rb was called as a separate program

^ New Computer, version, confusion
92111 [ronjeffries ] I just got a new computer and need to get stuff moved over to it.

^ two questions
92114 [il_piccione ] question that i cannot find answers for.

^ Creating mixed content elements in REXML
92116 [sera fhwang.] Say I have a string that represents an XML element that I want to

^ Trouble using Exerb
92123 [gedb rushcod] I'm having trouble using Exerb.

^ Irb Ri integration (Was: An assimilators guide to Python?)
92128 [cc1 cec.wust] Now that we have alot of the standard docs in ri format available in

^ YAPV (Yet Another Pickaxe Version)
92135 [gavin refine] As promised in another thread, I am working on a new web version of the

^ io/nonblock
92136 [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
92138 [stevec890 ya] Sorry for being dense, but I can't seem to get ri to work either with

^ How do I bounce?
92142 [adavies optu] I use pop.rb to download emails on a whitelist

^ FAQ: File object vs OS file
92143 [martindemell] Should "Where are File#copy, File#move, File#delete etc?" be added to

^ impersonating ruby
92145 [anon nospam.] can I somehow change a ruby interpreters uid from 0 to something and

^ [newbie question] Variable visibility
92147 [harpo nexs.f] [I do apologize for my bad english]

^ mkfifo in Ruby 1.8?
92153 [basile-news ] Why is (the library call) mkfifo missing in Ruby 1.8? Is there a way

^ Packaging (was Re: HTML Parsing (round 2))
92172 [martindemell] Which makes me think a useful feature for a packaging system would be

^ nuby problem with net/http
92173 [kris_80 btin] I am trying to do some basic http stuff with Ruby but I can't get the

^ Re: Method Reflection / Keyword Arguments
92183 [itsme213 hot] When Ruby supports keyword arguments, will the names of keyword method

^ [NUBY]  Some simple (?) type questions
92191 [silly silly.] Hey guys,

^ [OT] MS have right on the word "Windows" ?
92193 [phasis68 kor] Microsoft is pressuring wxWindows to stop using the word "Windows" in the

^ test::unit caller stack feature request
92198 [neoneye adsl] A typical call stack of mine look like the following.

^ I too dumb to program
92199 [Lester_t_lin] Because I a moron.

^ Silly question
92202 [BCoish Dymax] This may be mentioned somewhere, but I have yet to see an explanation

^ Threads for dummies
92203 [sv-erik fjer] Can somone please tell me howto handle threads in the code below

^ Re: Threads for dummies ver 0001
92204 [sv-erik fjer] Got this  wrong

^ code that has been reached
92210 [neoneye adsl] Does there exists a tool for Ruby which records which parts

^ TkEntry with { (left brace) characters
92216 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm

^ Ruby Web Application Framework Roundup
92222 [gavin refine] I'm trying to decide which Ruby web application framework to use (if

^ role pattern lib for ruby
92225 [shasckaw sky] Im' searching for a ruby lib that provides a role pattern framework.

^ Destructive String Methods
92231 [google johnw] Is there a way to tell when a destructive method has been called? I've

^ msvcrt-ruby18.dll ?
92242 [intc_ctor ya] I tried building Ruby from source on Windows using MSVC++ today.  I

^ Windows Registry
92243 [bobx linuxma] Does Ruby come out of the box with ways to handle the Windows registry?

^ Ruby9i 0.2.1 release is broken
92247 [nycsubwaysur] Jim,

^ Image conversion ...
92257 [usenets_remo] resolution, uniform size but maintaining aspect ration, etc ...?
+ 91414 [thomas_adam1] As far as I know, Ruby has bindings to imagemagick, but I would personally
+ 91442 [angus quovad] The documentation of RMagick has a lot of examples.
| 91453 [paul_vudmask] THAT, is just the coolest! Done thumbs with php...but
+ 91451 [Tim.Hunter s] RMagick (http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=rmagick) has this
+ 91469 [rocioestrada] I use GD and this lil' code, it keeps aspect ratio and ONLY works on jpg
| + 91481 [rubytuzdayz ] Thank you very much for your help.
| + 91895 [rubytuzdayz ] Thank you very much for your help.
| + 92085 [rubytuzdayz ] Thank you very much for your help.
| + 92275 [rubytuzdayz ] Thank you very much for your help.
+ 91888 [Tim.Hunter s] RMagick (http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=rmagick) has this
+ 92078 [Tim.Hunter s] RMagick (http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=rmagick) has this
+ 92268 [Tim.Hunter s] RMagick (http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=rmagick) has this
| + 91456 [ahoward fatt] if you have image magick installed you can also simply
| + 91890 [ahoward fatt] if you have image magick installed you can also simply
| + 92081 [ahoward fatt] if you have image magick installed you can also simply
| + 92270 [ahoward fatt] if you have image magick installed you can also simply
|   + 91507 [usenets_remo] Thanks Ara, I'll get Rmagick and try them out.
|   + 91904 [usenets_remo] Thanks Ara, I'll get Rmagick and try them out.
|   + 92094 [usenets_remo] Thanks Ara, I'll get Rmagick and try them out.
|   + 92284 [usenets_remo] Thanks Ara, I'll get Rmagick and try them out.
|     + 91509 [sroberts uni] img = Image.new "bigimage.gif"
|     + 91510 [cyclists nc.] require 'RMagick'
|     + 91905 [cyclists nc.] require 'RMagick'
|     + 92095 [cyclists nc.] require 'RMagick'
|     + 92285 [cyclists nc.] require 'RMagick'
+ 92447 [mmead goof.c] Having used JMagick to build an HtmlGallery generation app, I may
| 92522 [usenets_remo] Do they have the mswin32 version of RMagick? They mention to have the cygwin
+ 92541 [wsdng online] Besides other solutions you could use the command line tool or the

^ nested list with rdoc
92262 [shasckaw sky] I'm using rdoc version 0.9.0, the one distributed with self-install
91438 [dave pragpro] The '*' from the nested list should be underneath the first character
+ 91503 [shasckaw sky] It finally works, thanks!
+ 91903 [shasckaw sky] It finally works, thanks!
+ 92093 [shasckaw sky] It finally works, thanks!
+ 92283 [shasckaw sky] It finally works, thanks!
  91506 [dave pragpro] I understand your pain, but the guiding principle behind RDoc is that
  + 91541 [shasckaw sky] I'll think about that! ;)
  + 91918 [shasckaw sky] I'll think about that! ;)
  + 92109 [shasckaw sky] I'll think about that! ;)
  + 92298 [shasckaw sky] I'll think about that! ;)

^ ruby-serialport on Win32
92265 [Stephan.Kaem] has anybody used the serial port library on a Win32 system?
+ 91461 [vjoel PATH.B] I haven't used it, though I found out yesterday that I may need to in
+ 91496 [batsman.geo ] I compiled it with both cygwin and mingw.
  + 91615 [Stephan.Kaem] Mauricio, thanks for you answer!
  + 91940 [Stephan.Kaem] Mauricio, thanks for you answer!
  + 92130 [Stephan.Kaem] Mauricio, thanks for you answer!
  + 92324 [Stephan.Kaem] Mauricio, thanks for you answer!
    + 91616 [nobu.nokada ] mingw doesn't have termios because it borrows the runtime
    | + 91716 [Stephan.Kaem] 8<   snipped the patch
    | + 91974 [Stephan.Kaem] 8<   snipped the patch
    | + 92164 [Stephan.Kaem] 8<   snipped the patch
    | + 92392 [Stephan.Kaem] 8<   snipped the patch
    + 91647 [batsman.geo ] I don't know if that's the reason, but I was running this all in MSYS
      + 91668 [rocioestrada] No, stock mingw/msys/msysdtk doesn't include termios.h, so it'll fail to
      + 91686 [Stephan.Kaem] As I installed pretty much everything available on the MinGW download
      + 91965 [Stephan.Kaem] As I installed pretty much everything available on the MinGW download
      + 92154 [Stephan.Kaem] As I installed pretty much everything available on the MinGW download
      + 92376 [Stephan.Kaem] As I installed pretty much everything available on the MinGW download
        91694 [batsman.geo ] The only compilers I had on that machine were Cygwin & MSYS, but I don't think

^ ARGV problems
92266 [snowzone5 ho] i seem to be having a problem with ARGV.
+ 91440 [sroberts uni] It works for me...
+ 91463 [mike stok.co] Is that your entire code?
+ 91892 [mike stok.co] Is that your entire code?
+ 92082 [mike stok.co] Is that your entire code?
+ 92272 [mike stok.co] Is that your entire code?
  + 91466 [gfb tonesoft] I would make a wild guess that you call your ruby script from a shell
  | + 91497 [snowzone5 ho] this was all from the command line.
  | + 91900 [snowzone5 ho] this was all from the command line.
  | + 92090 [snowzone5 ho] this was all from the command line.
  | + 92280 [snowzone5 ho] this was all from the command line.
  |   91504 [nobu.nokada ] Do you associate .rb to "g:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe %0 %*"?  If so,
  |   + 91551 [snowzone5 ho] yes, actually i use  .rb="g:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" and i had a typo
  |   + 91920 [snowzone5 ho] yes, actually i use  .rb="g:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" and i had a typo
  |   + 92110 [snowzone5 ho] yes, actually i use  .rb="g:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" and i had a typo
  |   + 92300 [snowzone5 ho] yes, actually i use  .rb="g:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" and i had a typo
  + 91487 [snowzone5 ho] yup.
  + 91899 [snowzone5 ho] yup.
  + 92089 [snowzone5 ho] yup.
  + 92279 [snowzone5 ho] yup.
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