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92361 [neoneye@ad l] Does there exists a tool for Ruby which records which parts
+ 91297 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91359 [hal9000@hy e] There is coverage.rb in RAA. It's very basic, but it works fine
| + 91415 [neoneye@ad l] Wew, this is really a short piece of code.. amazing that it can be done in
| + 91878 [neoneye@ad l] Wew, this is really a short piece of code.. amazing that it can be done in
| + 92068 [neoneye@ad l] Wew, this is really a short piece of code.. amazing that it can be done in
| + 92258 [neoneye@ad l] Wew, this is really a short piece of code.. amazing that it can be done in
|   91419 [nobu.nokada@] less -r
|   + 91529 [neoneye@ad l] Thanks..
|   + 91912 [neoneye@ad l] Thanks..
|   + 92102 [neoneye@ad l] Thanks..
|   + 92292 [neoneye@ad l] Thanks..
|     + 91531 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|     + 91913 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|     + 92103 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|     + 92293 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|       + 91537 [neoneye@ad l] Ok.. I now propagate the marked status to comments.. output is much better
|       + 91916 [neoneye@ad l] Ok.. I now propagate the marked status to comments.. output is much better
|       + 92106 [neoneye@ad l] Ok.. I now propagate the marked status to comments.. output is much better
|       + 92296 [neoneye@ad l] Ok.. I now propagate the marked status to comments.. output is much better
|         + 91538 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|         + 91917 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|         + 92107 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|         + 92297 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91839 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92028 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92218 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92369 [bob.news@gm ] "Simon Strandgaard" <neoneye@adslhome.dk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

mkfifo in Ruby 1.8?
92371 [basile-news@] Why is (the library call) mkfifo missing in Ruby 1.8? Is there a way
+ 91696 [mike@st k. o] You could use syscall :-)  No I'm not advocating this seriously.
+ 91734 [timsuth@ih g] require 'dl/import'
+ 91735 [nobu.nokada@] Because just nobody has wanted it yet, perhaps.
+ 91968 [mike@st k. o] You could use syscall :-)  No I'm not advocating this seriously.
+ 91977 [timsuth@ih g] require 'dl/import'
+ 92158 [mike@st k. o] You could use syscall :-)  No I'm not advocating this seriously.
+ 92167 [timsuth@ih g] require 'dl/import'
+ 92382 [mike@st k. o] You could use syscall :-)  No I'm not advocating this seriously.
+ 92396 [timsuth@ih g] require 'dl/import'

Ruby Web Application Framework Roundup
92377 [gavin@re in ] I'm trying to decide which Ruby web application framework to use (if
+ 91308 [tom@in oe he] Haven't used it, just figured you'd want to include it...
+ 91309 [curt@hi bs c] I hope you are planning to post the results of your survey somewhere
+ 91311 [surrender_it] define application framework. Maybe amrita could fit in here?
+ 91312 [khaines@en g] Iowa.  There is a Sourceforge project for it, but what's there is old and
| + 91314 [ oct@zo .o g] If this is a "quick" task for you, I'd love to have a look at your
| | 91319 [khaines@en g] After I sent that message, I went ahead and bundled it up, and did a quick
| + 91317 [chrismo@cl b] Does Iowa use continuations like Seaside\Borges, then?
|   91322 [khaines@en g] Yes, it does.  I have not used Borges.  Just read Seaside docs in order to
|   91324 [patrick@op n] Last SVN Update: 2004-01-31
+ 91318 [chrismo@cl b] I've not built a production app with this, but I did extend the sushiNet
| 91320 [chrismo@cl b] I meant to add, on the upside it was easy to work with (when I wasn't
+ 91842 [surrender_it] define application framework. Maybe amrita could fit in here?
+ 92033 [surrender_it] define application framework. Maybe amrita could fit in here?
+ 92223 [surrender_it] define application framework. Maybe amrita could fit in here?
+ 92379 [surrender_it] define application framework. Maybe amrita could fit in here?
| + 91313 [gavin@re in ] Damn...I was afraid someone would call my bluff :)
| + 91844 [gavin@re in ] Damn...I was afraid someone would call my bluff :)
| + 92034 [gavin@re in ] Damn...I was afraid someone would call my bluff :)
| + 92224 [gavin@re in ] Damn...I was afraid someone would call my bluff :)
| + 92381 [gavin@re in ] Damn...I was afraid someone would call my bluff :)
|   + 91328 [paul@vu ma k] You've pretty well described Zope.org. When you're done porting that to
|   | + 91335 [vjoel@PA H. ] Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. Zope is pretty much the only reason I ever use any
|   | + 91411 [ gm@na el gr] you also described our Ruby Web Application Server (version 2 is
|   | + 91876 [ gm@na el gr] you also described our Ruby Web Application Server (version 2 is
|   | + 92066 [ gm@na el gr] you also described our Ruby Web Application Server (version 2 is
|   | + 92256 [ gm@na el gr] you also described our Ruby Web Application Server (version 2 is
|   |   + 91410 [surrender_it] finally !
|   |   + 91445 [paul_vudmask] Nice! So these pages are running Root? I dont need to
|   |   | + 91449 [michael_s_ca] Cerise is based on j2ee type paradigms.  It seems pretty intuitive
|   |   | + 91450 [khaines@en g] For my purposes, I have a really simple definition.  A Web Application
|   |   |   91455 [paul_vudmask] Sounds good to me...like user/content/workflow
|   |   |   91459 [khaines@en g] Well, for my purposes, Iowa _generally_ just uses regular HTML with an
|   |   |   91464 [paul_vudmask] Seperation of duties(developers from designers) is
|   |   |   91467 [khaines@en g] The seperation is beneficial even when the developer and the designer are
|   |   |   91470 [paul_vudmask] I sure do agree.
|   |   |   91600 [ng@jo nw on ] This is essentially eruby.
|   |   |   91618 [paul_vudmask] Exactly - i use eruby in lieu of Amrita for
|   |   |   91621 [khaines@en g] I used to be a big fan of mixing code right into the HTML, but have, over
|   |   |   91627 [tom@in oe he] I know just the place for it!
|   |   |   91628 [khaines@en g] Probably maybe.  I looked at Rubyforge a couple of months ago but decided
|   |   + 91875 [surrender_it] finally !
|   |   + 92065 [surrender_it] finally !
|   |   + 92255 [surrender_it] finally !
|   |     + 91532 [ gm@na el gr] when we find time to write some simple docs, and a small example
|   |     + 91914 [ gm@na el gr] when we find time to write some simple docs, and a small example
|   |     + 92104 [ gm@na el gr] when we find time to write some simple docs, and a small example
|   |     + 92294 [ gm@na el gr] when we find time to write some simple docs, and a small example
|   + 91357 [mailinglists] Thats a common technical misunderstanding.
+ 101117 [jim@fr ez .o] Was tdiary ever added to this list?
  + 101192 [khaines@en g] Good question.  If someone can point out where this list is at, I'd like to
  | 101227 [rasputnik@he] Do you mean this?
  | + 101232 [khaines@en g] I've got too many things rattling around in my head lately to be sure.  I
  | + 101252 [jim@fr ez .o] No. This one is on web frameworks -- which may or may not
  + 101241 [gavin@re in ] No, the list only existed in its original post, as a snapshot look as I

role pattern lib for ruby
92383 [shasckaw@sk ] Im' searching for a ruby lib that provides a role pattern framework.
+ 91349 [itsme213@ho ] See Ruby Object Teams http://sourceforge.net/projects/robjectteam/
+ 91855 [itsme213@ho ] See Ruby Object Teams http://sourceforge.net/projects/robjectteam/
+ 92045 [itsme213@ho ] See Ruby Object Teams http://sourceforge.net/projects/robjectteam/
+ 92235 [itsme213@ho ] See Ruby Object Teams http://sourceforge.net/projects/robjectteam/
+ 92411 [itsme213@ho ] See Ruby Object Teams http://sourceforge.net/projects/robjectteam/
  + 91358 [shasckaw@sk ] Thansk for the link, it looks interesting but it is perhaps too complex
  + 91859 [shasckaw@sk ] Thansk for the link, it looks interesting but it is perhaps too complex
  + 92049 [shasckaw@sk ] Thansk for the link, it looks interesting but it is perhaps too complex
  + 92239 [shasckaw@sk ] Thansk for the link, it looks interesting but it is perhaps too complex
  + 92420 [shasckaw@sk ] Thansk for the link, it looks interesting but it is perhaps too complex
    + 91397 [bob.news@gm ] "shasckaw" <shasckaw@skynet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    + 91542 [shasckaw@sk ] Now, I know the truth, I had a bug with my archive manager that's why I
    + 91872 [bob.news@gm ] "shasckaw" <shasckaw@skynet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    + 91919 [shasckaw@sk ] Now, I know the truth, I had a bug with my archive manager that's why I
    + 92063 [bob.news@gm ] "shasckaw" <shasckaw@skynet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    + 92108 [shasckaw@sk ] Now, I know the truth, I had a bug with my archive manager that's why I
    + 92252 [bob.news@gm ] "shasckaw" <shasckaw@skynet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    | + 91398 [shasckaw@sk ] I'll try that way,
    | + 91873 [shasckaw@sk ] I'll try that way,
    | + 92062 [shasckaw@sk ] I'll try that way,
    | + 92253 [shasckaw@sk ] I'll try that way,
    + 92299 [shasckaw@sk ] Now, I know the truth, I had a bug with my archive manager that's why I

nuby problem with net/http
92398 [kris_80@bt n] I am trying to do some basic http stuff with Ruby but I can't get the
+ 91746 [daniel@bo en] maybe yout try here
+ 91754 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Note that a couple of things have changed in Net::HTTP since the book came
+ 91765 [kris_80@bt n] Just want to thank you both for your quick responses...it works great now!
+ 91984 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Note that a couple of things have changed in Net::HTTP since the book came
+ 91987 [kris_80@bt n] Just want to thank you both for your quick responses...it works great now!
+ 92180 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Note that a couple of things have changed in Net::HTTP since the book came
+ 92187 [kris_80@bt n] Just want to thank you both for your quick responses...it works great now!
+ 92406 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Note that a couple of things have changed in Net::HTTP since the book came
+ 92412 [kris_80@bt n] Just want to thank you both for your quick responses...it works great now!

Packaging (was Re: HTML Parsing (round 2))
92399 [martindemell] Which makes me think a useful feature for a packaging system would be
91752 [jos@ca no k.] Heh. Let's first adopt just _any_ packaging system for Ruby, then worry about

Destructive String Methods
92403 [google@jo nw] Is there a way to tell when a destructive method has been called? I've
91339 [djd15@po cw ] Well, here -- http://www.rubycentral.com/ref/ref_c_string.html -- is
+ 91343 [bob.news@gm ] "Dan Doel" <djd15@po.cwru.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 91361 [ng@jo nw on ] I was hoping for something other than that. I like to maintain forward
| 91371 [nathaniel@ta] I don't know what you're doing with it, but this seems to be begging
| 91387 [ng@jo nw on ] Right. A to_s method on a custom object may be just the thing... Strings are
+ 91853 [bob.news@gm ] "Dan Doel" <djd15@po.cwru.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92043 [bob.news@gm ] "Dan Doel" <djd15@po.cwru.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92233 [bob.news@gm ] "Dan Doel" <djd15@po.cwru.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 92407 [bob.news@gm ] "Dan Doel" <djd15@po.cwru.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

[NUBY]  Some simple (?) type questions
92414 [silly@si ly ] Hey guys,
91787 [j@rj ml d. r] Okay, apparently Ruby's floats are doubles, but that's probably not

[OT] MS have right on the word "Windows" ?
92417 [phasis68@ko ] Microsoft is pressuring wxWindows to stop using the word "Windows" in the
+ 91772 [ptkwt@ar cn ] What about XWindows (which I believe has been around a longer than the
+ 91991 [ptkwt@ar cn ] What about XWindows (which I believe has been around a longer than the
+ 92195 [ptkwt@ar cn ] What about XWindows (which I believe has been around a longer than the
+ 92419 [ptkwt@ar cn ] What about XWindows (which I believe has been around a longer than the
| + 91773 [hal9000@hy e] That's only a slang term. The actual name is the X Window System. That
| + 91774 [mailinglists] At the moment it is different for each country. Lindows won the trial in
| + 91789 [dooby@d1 .k ] Most GUIs are derivative of early research at Xerox-PARC, aren't they ? -
| + 91998 [dooby@d1 .k ] Most GUIs are derivative of early research at Xerox-PARC, aren't they ? -
| + 92211 [dooby@d1 .k ] Most GUIs are derivative of early research at Xerox-PARC, aren't they ? -
| + 92433 [dooby@d1 .k ] Most GUIs are derivative of early research at Xerox-PARC, aren't they ? -
+ 92450 [ jupp@gm .d ] [SNIP]

I too dumb to program
92422 [Lester_t_lin] Because I?m a moron.
+ 92473 [rove.monteux] sounds like it
| + 92474 [bob.news@gm ] "Rove Monteux" <rove.monteux@fluid-rock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 92495 [rb229@ya oo ] Well, I think this has the potential to be an interesting thread
|   + 92497 [rove.monteux] Quoting,
|   + 92504 [gsinclair@so] Ruby satisfies these criteria in spades.  No reason you won't like it.
|   + 92539 [bob.news@gm ] "Rob Bryant" <rb229@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|     92590 [rmb25612@ya ] If you're using MS Windows then try out the FREE Gui4Cli script
+ 92701 [anon@no pa .] yes  :-P

Threads for dummies
92425 [sv-erik@fj r] Can somone please tell me howto handle threads in the code below
92466 [bob.news@gm ] "Svend-Erik Kj?r Madsen" <sv-erik@fjernmig_stofanet.dk> schrieb im

msvcrt-ruby18.dll ?
92426 [intc_ctor@ya] I tried building Ruby from source on Windows using MSVC++ today.  I
+ 91380 [dooby@d1 .k ] 1)  Not related.  msvcrt-ruby18.dll is the ruby runtime when linking with
+ 91866 [dooby@d1 .k ] 1)  Not related.  msvcrt-ruby18.dll is the ruby runtime when linking with
+ 92056 [dooby@d1 .k ] 1)  Not related.  msvcrt-ruby18.dll is the ruby runtime when linking with
+ 92246 [dooby@d1 .k ] 1)  Not related.  msvcrt-ruby18.dll is the ruby runtime when linking with
+ 92434 [dooby@d1 .k ] 1)  Not related.  msvcrt-ruby18.dll is the ruby runtime when linking with

Re: Threads for dummies ver 0001
92427 [sv-erik@fj r] Got this  wrong

Windows Registry
92430 [bobx@li ux a] Does Ruby come out of the box with ways to handle the Windows registry?
+ 91377 [tietew-ml-ru] [Windows Registry]
| + 91378 [bobx@li ux a] Thanks I will!
| + 91865 [bobx@li ux a] Thanks I will!
| + 92055 [bobx@li ux a] Thanks I will!
| + 92245 [bobx@li ux a] Thanks I will!
| + 92432 [bobx@li ux a] Thanks I will!
+ 91379 [bobcalco@al ] In addition to registry.rb, Ruby supports COM, which let's you use native
+ 91392 [ptkwt@ar cn ] yes.  ON the Windows distribution, look for registry.rb in the Win32
+ 91413 [rodrigo.berm] It can give you a clue ...
+ 91871 [ptkwt@ar cn ] yes.  ON the Windows distribution, look for registry.rb in the Win32
+ 92061 [ptkwt@ar cn ] yes.  ON the Windows distribution, look for registry.rb in the Win32
+ 92251 [ptkwt@ar cn ] yes.  ON the Windows distribution, look for registry.rb in the Win32

Ruby9i 0.2.1 release is broken
92436 [nycsubwaysur] Jim,

TkEntry with { (left brace) characters
92437 [webrg.ruby-t] I've tried to boil this down to be as meaningful as possible. I'm

New Computer, version, confusion
92440 [ronjeffries@] I just got a new computer and need to get stuff moved over to it.
+ 91567 [vjoel@PA H. ] This works for me, does it help?
| + 91596 [ronjeffries@] Thanks Joel ... I think maybe I'll change my standard project.rb file
| + 91930 [ronjeffries@] Thanks Joel ... I think maybe I'll change my standard project.rb file
| + 92120 [ronjeffries@] Thanks Joel ... I think maybe I'll change my standard project.rb file
| + 92310 [ronjeffries@] Thanks Joel ... I think maybe I'll change my standard project.rb file
| + 92444 [ronjeffries@] Thanks Joel ... I think maybe I'll change my standard project.rb file
|   91599 [vjoel@PA H. ] TestCase = Test::Unit::TestCase unless defined?(TestCase)
+ 91568 [nathaniel@ta] Well, previously you were probably using an actual installation of
  + 91595 [ronjeffries@] OK, gotcha. I can do that, or use Joel's trick. I was just concerned
  + 91929 [ronjeffries@] OK, gotcha. I can do that, or use Joel's trick. I was just concerned
  + 92119 [ronjeffries@] OK, gotcha. I can do that, or use Joel's trick. I was just concerned
  + 92309 [ronjeffries@] OK, gotcha. I can do that, or use Joel's trick. I was just concerned
  + 92443 [ronjeffries@] OK, gotcha. I can do that, or use Joel's trick. I was just concerned

=== confusion
92445 [ian@ca ib n.] After a couple of years of Ruby programming, I find that the ===
92461 [g_ogata@op u] This keeps coming up from time to time.
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