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93086-94002 subjects 93441-99916

^ [BUG] RDoc lists classes twice
93261 [gavin refine] Given the following two file test case, RDoc lists each class/module
93290 [dave pragpro] Send them to me directly

^ tainted symbols?
93265 [google johnw] irb(main):001:0> t = "p 'hello world'".taint
+ 93269 [msparshatt y] At first it appears to be since you can then do
+ 93280 [angus quovad] $SAFE=1
  + 93281 [decoux moulo] svg% ruby -e 't = "aa"; t.taint; p t.intern.tainted?'
  | 93287 [angus quovad] It was hypotetical example to show why I think it is a bad idea to
  + 93314 [ng johnwlong] I'm not quite sure what you are trying to point out here. In the above
    93382 [angus quovad] 'us' and 's' refer to the same object.

^ Unix daemon conventions
93272 [anon nospam.] There might be better grouop, however I  just finished writing a ruby
+ 93273 [thomas_adam1] 0 -> 499. 500 is normally not assigned to normal users.
+ 93294 [discord mac.] I'm not exactly sure about other platforms, but under Darwin/MacOSX,

^ Trailing comma in method call
93274 [gavin refine] [1,2,3, ]  is valid Ruby

^ threads and blocking
93278 [Ara.T.Howard] under which conditions will a blocking operation in a thread block the entire
93285 [shanko_date ] ruby -e "Thread.new{gets}; Thread.new{sleep(0.01);select nil}; Thread.new{puts 42}"
93322 [vjoel PATH.B] Doesn't block in ruby 1.9.0 (2004-02-15) [i686-linux]. Maybe a windows
93362 [stevetuckner] On windows sockets will not generally block Ruby, but if you try a
93372 [bob.news gmx] "Steve Tuckner" <stevetuckner@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

^ String#hex confusion
93292 [steven.jenki] $ irb x
93295 [discord mac.] irb(main):001:0> '22'.sub(/(\d\d)/, "#{'\1'.inspect}")
93302 [steven.jenki] OK, that makes sense. '\1'.class == '22'.class. Thanks, Mark (& Eric).

^ Re: [ruby] String#hex confusion
93293 [sunshine sun] You are applying 'hex' to the literal string "\1".  Since '\' is not a hex

^ TCPserver client disconnect
93296 [noahd juno.n] ruby newbie question...
93319 [vjoel PATH.B] Does sample/svr.rb (in the ruby distribution) help?
93323 [noahd juno.n] drops
93324 [vjoel PATH.B] In samples/svr.rb, I replaced
93326 [noahd juno.n] client
93327 [vjoel PATH.B] Thread.abort_on_exception = true

^ Puzzling...
93298 [rubytuezdayz] #!c:/apps/ruby/bin/ruby.exe
93301 [rocioestrada] Well, both work...what error are you getting?, how are you using those?
93303 [rubytuezdayz] Oops ... I'm using them on the browser. Both of those files is in cgi-bin
+ 93307 [bobx linuxma] Because Apache is interpreting text/html to be HTML and when it sees
| 93309 [rubytuezdayz] DefaultType text/plain
+ 93311 [jlsysinc all] Internet Explorer is the problem.  When a content type of text/plain is sent
| 93366 [bobx linuxma] Is that a Ruby thing? That certainly isn't how Perl does it. Perl does
| 93367 [cc1 cec.wust] I'm pretty sure under the rfs your supposed to do \r\n\r\n, but I think
| 93368 [cc1 cec.wust] Oops dunno what I was typing, I meant RFC, not rfs,
| 93373 [bob.news gmx] "Charles Comstock" <cc1@cec.wustl.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| 93380 [bobx linuxma] I would agree except every tutorial I have ever seen on it uses \n\n and
| 93384 [rubytuezdayz] I've tried both using \n\n and \r\n\r\n on Perl and Ruby as well. Both
| 93404 [drtrey midso] I doubt that it's an IE vs. Mozilla. This is just basic HTTP stuff. The
| 93432 [rubytuezdayz] The above works for me as well on both IE6 and Mozilla. But try to change
| 93435 [drtrey midso] #!C:/ruby/bin/ruby.exe
+ 93312 [rocioestrada] Thought so ;-)
  93325 [rubytuezdayz] Yes, I'm familiar with eruby. I'd rather to use mod_ruby and eruby if I can.
  + 93329 [rocioestrada] In the msg 92598 is link to mod_ruby binaries, but I didn't managed to
  | + 93332 [jlsysinc all] Do you know what the difference is between erb.rb and eruby.exe?
  | | 93338 [rocioestrada] Good question, I haven't used erb before, short and honest answer: not
  | + 93431 [rubytuezdayz] with IE and MS-Windoze.
  |   93436 [rocioestrada] Others have pointed out that changing the extension would work, so...
  |   93519 [jlsysinc all] Doing a scan of the TDiary code, it's because it sets the the content-type to text/html
  + 93330 [jlsysinc all] One way around the problem is to change the extension from .rb to
  | + 93351 [ng johnwlong] I'm running it right now on Apache 2.
  | | 93524 [jlsysinc all] Oops sorry, you are correct sir.
  | + 93430 [rubytuezdayz] Well, the same problem appears with Perl(.pl) as well. Anyone has the same
  |   93433 [happy user.c] it worked for me in the past.
  |   93515 [rubytuezdayz] Internal Server Error
  + 93413 [discord mac.] If I understand right, when IE gets a text/plain file, It assumes it's

^ [ANN] Raggle 0.3.0
93300 [pabs pablotr] Last night we released version 0.3.0 of Raggle.  Raggle is a console RSS

^ Ruby syntax highlighting for Ruby
93305 [ jupp gmx.de] Add the following to $HOME/.nanorc for Ruby syntax highlighting in
93401 [cpine hellot] Great!  Thanks.
93426 [ jupp gmx.de] [Errors while nano parses syntax highlighting for Ruby]
93453 [dmertz free.] There were some missing escape backslashes, here are the regexps that work for
93590 [ jupp gmx.de] The difference is that '+=' has been changed to '\+='. Very strange.

^ When will ruby181-11.exe be fixed?
93310 [jwkenne attg] Are rdoc and ri going to be made usable anytime soon?
93317 [gavin refine] What about rdoc do you not find usable currently?
93320 [jwkenne attg] The ruby181-11.exe version (I'm assuming that there is only one, dated
+ 93335 [curt hibbs.c] Thank you for reporting these problems, they are in our bug list.
+ 93336 [surrender_it] yes, ri has no data. And both need to have a (ri|rdoc).bat without
| 93337 [surrender_it] BTW, I forgot to say that probably, Andy won't ever have time to
| 93360 [bobx linuxma] Actually you should just customize your ruby.properties and save it out.
| 93377 [surrender_it] eh, already done :)
+ 93345 [Stephan.Kaem] I reported some issues here in c.l.r. I remember that I had the problem
  93356 [curt hibbs.c] Thanks, I added you comments.

^ Calling JDBC from with Ruby
93321 [mdavis sevas] I am building a web application for a client in Ruby.  The application is working but now needs to access data using JDBC.  My client is requiring both ODBC (for Windows) and JDBC (for Sun) access to data.  I am looking for an example of how to use JDBC from within Ruby.  I have looked at Jruby but would prefer to write my own code rather than rely on a third party add-on that is beta, especially one that has not been updated in a while.  If I write the data access portion in Java that uses JDBC, can I then write a Java wrapper that would allow Ruby to call the Java methods?  Are there any examples available showing how to call a Java method from within Ruby similar to the C interface to Ruby?
+ 93331 [gsinclair so] If I may go out on a limb here, I've never heard anything so
| 93333 [jlsysinc all] Yes.  JDBC is ODBC for Java and Java only.  I suppose one could call the
+ 93451 [bob.news gmx] "Michael Davis" <mdavis@sevasoftware.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  93467 [mdavis sevas] No.  The data that I need to access may not always be relational and I have been given specific requirements for using both JDBC and ODBC.  I explored many possible options for accessing data with my client and they have several very good reasons for these requirements.
  + 93469 [bob.news gmx] "Michael Davis" <mdavis@sevasoftware.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 93475 [dhtapp cox.n] {snip...}
  | 93478 [mdavis sevas] Thanks.  I offered the original question because I am also unclear about what choices I have.  Having a separate Java process running that my Ruby application would talk too for JDBC access is worth considering, however, I am concerned about my clients willingness to supporting an additional process that must always be running.
  | + 93480 [rasputnik he] Yuk.
  | | 93482 [mdavis sevas] My application needs to talk to a proprietary database that supports only ODBC only some platforms and only JDBC on other platforms.
  | + 93481 [billk cts.co] Have you seen the threads in ruby-talk about rjni ?
  | + 93495 [bob.news gmx] "Michael Davis" <mdavis@sevasoftware.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  |   93501 [mdavis sevas] I trust you are referring to DBI's ability to use ODBC in Windows.  I am aware of this and if my requirement were to only to access data using ODBC on Windows, I would strongly consider using DBI.  However, this does not address my need to access data using JDBC in a unix environment.
  |   93554 [bob.news gmx] "Michael Davis" <mdavis@sevasoftware.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 93502 [ser germane-] Are you trying to cheat?  The only reason I can think of for
  | 93506 [mdavis sevas] 1) I hadn't considered this possibility.  Thanks for suggesting it.
  | 93512 [mspath arcor] did you consider some sort of http-based facade for accessing your JDBC only
  | 93536 [mdavis sevas] Interesting suggestion but I'm not sure I understand.  Would you mind offering a little more detail about what would be needed to set up the http-based facade?
  | + 93547 [mspath arcor] * a servlet-container (e.g. Tomcat)
  | + 93553 [bob.news gmx] "Michael Davis" <mdavis@sevasoftware.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  + 93503 [cmiller past] If JDBC is an absolute requirement, I'd say be pragmatic, roll up your

^ Re: Ruby to Parrot compiler (where is Ruth?)
93328 [ptkwt aracne] But that appears to be an old version.  A newer version was announced last
93334 [dooby d10.ka] Still temporary, but this worked just now.
+ 93339 [msparshatt y] Thanks, that link works. Though the file linked there is misnamed. It
| 93347 [feldt ce.cha] On Ruby parsers I might also mention that the new version of Rockit
| 93364 [cc1 cec.wust] How hard is it to just piggyback on top of parse.y from the ruby source?
| 93369 [msparshatt y] Ripper uses parse.y to generate it parser, so it is possible.
+ 93341 [ruby-lists l] patch to make it compile for my 1.8.1.
+ 93346 [feldt ce.cha] Oops, I never updated that page. Anyway that's the latest released

^ Ruby Syntax highlighting for *NANO* (Was: Ruby syntax highlighting for Ruby)
93344 [ jupp gmx.de] Oops :->

^ Minor bug in RedCloth (?)
93349 [martin zsdfh] just had RedCloth barf on me with a fairly large document and a bullet list at
93358 [ruby-talk wh] say, do you want to try checking out from redcloth cvs?  a number of
93395 [martin zsdfh] thanks - i have done so and it looks good.

^ Exception not caught / require BUG
93352 [mailinglists] I found that the following exception does not raise an exception
93354 [decoux moulo] normal, LoadError don't inherit from StandardError

^ YAML Aborting with large data set?
93353 [martin zsdfh] I have a large document in yaml which I can't load or dump using YAML in ruby
+ 93355 [decoux moulo] Best to use the CVS version of ruby, and see if you can reproduce the
| 93357 [martin zsdfh] thanks for the quick response.  Indeed ruby 1.9.0 does not have this problem.
+ 93379 [gsinclair so] The code you gave worked for me

^ TkPhotoImage :data=>buf
93359 [Ara.T.Howard] does anyone know if this is simply a limitation of the gif formatted images?
93472 [nagai ai.kyu] It's a bug. I understand the reason og the trouble.
93532 [ahoward fatt] thanks for the detailed reply!

^ Photo's of Matz?
93361 [barry ixian-] Are there any pictures of Matz lurking anywhere on the web?
+ 93375 [discord mac.] -Mark
| 93493 [bob.news gmx] "Mark Hubbart" <discord@mac.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 93378 [klausm0762 y] yes, there are some on this page...
  93551 [barrycarr ix] Thanks very much - that will do nicely

^ Tk on OSX
93363 [ptkwt aracne] OK, I've finally joined the world of MacOS X.  (It's good to be here:)
93434 [tibbetts acm] Wow, I didn't know about the Aqua version, but I unless it turns out to be

^ [ANN] Tycho - A PIM under development
93374 [hal9000 hype] I hate announcing things that don't really exist yet, but I'm
+ 93400 [chrismo clab] Wow - I used to run Info Select, I ran across an old copy the other day.
| 93439 [hal9000 hype] I think there are some similarities in concept.
| + 93461 [sroberts uni] I, too, was thinking how similar to a wiki this sounds, a few months ago
| | 93487 [chrismo clab] VisualTour link at the bottom of the page.
| | 93497 [sroberts uni] I cranked the width and depth, and couldn't get more than a dozen nodes
| + 93488 [chrismo clab] I have a private, local Wiki on my home machine. I'd guess this boils
+ 93444 [itsme213 hot] Wow! ... would love to help but I don't think I'll be able to.
| 93447 [hal9000 hype] Thanks for the positive feedback. Is it a lack of time that would
| 93528 [itsme213 hot] Not just time ... but that may change in the future.
| 93621 [assaph avaya] Tycho sounds very interesting, but I doubt I will have time to help
+ 93452 [careck circl] I will like to assist.
| + 93477 [hal9000 hype] Glad to hear it, welcome! :)
| | 93483 [curt hibbs.c] I just wanted to add my two cents in here.
| + 93770 [noSpam noSpa] I use Info Select, but would love to see a replacement too.
|   93785 [hal9000 hype] Glenn,
|   + 93786 [Patrick.Benn] And why would something in Ruby be faster than Freemind (which I believe
|   | 93789 [hal9000 hype] Agreed. There's no intrinsic reason a Ruby program should be faster.
|   + 93804 [careck circl] I'm using freemind a lot and I can tell you that it is not slow at all.
+ 98892 [rickc dallas] I like the user interface, looks like it would be really nice to use.

^ Calculating a cryptographic MD5 hash
93381 [tim bates.id] I want to generate an MD5 hash of a password in the same format as is
93392 [cez-misc.rub] As far as I can see, you have two options. You can either port re-write

^ make instal failed
93383 [happy user.c] ../miniruby ./ext/extmk.rb --dest-dir="" --make="make" --mflags=""
93387 [nobu.nokada ] Sorry, my fault.  Thanks.

^ Beginner here, have some questions
93385 [reset nyc.rr] Ruby beginner here.  Heard of it before and on a whim decided to check
+ 93388 [happy user.c] Your simple code is being executed in the context of some private Object
+ 93390 [gsinclair so] Welcome.

^ Webrick slow when running on a stand-alone system
93386 [jim weirichh] I've developed a small app for a laptop using Webrick.  It serves pages to
+ 93398 [nathaniel ta] ...
+ 93405 [mmead goof.c] My guess would be it's doing a reverse lookup for a PTR record
+ 93415 [nathaniel ta] Socket.do_not_reverse_lookup = true
| 93417 [jim weirichh] Good hunch.  Unfortunately, it didn't seem to do anything.
+ 93558 [rubytuezdayz] Use 'localhost' ip address. It probably try to go out for dns lookup.

^ Rexml xpath question
93393 [han.holl pob] require 'rexml/document'
93500 [ser germane-] Nope.  That's a bug.  Thanks for finding that; in the future, you
+ 93544 [gsinclair so] REXML is distributed with Ruby, so you'll never be able to prevent
| 93636 [ser germane-] Oh, I couldn't prevent people from posting here.  What I'm saying is
| + 93867 [ser germane-] Someone has kindly offered me access to their usenet server.  If this email
| + 93893 [gsinclair so] Good point.
+ 93550 [han.holl pob] Now that REXML is included in Ruby, I think (possible) bugs are of
  93638 [ser germane-] Yeah, that's the downside to REXML in Ruby.  There is a dedicated
  94422 [han.holl pob] /program/item[ starts-with( @rnum, "1")]

^ Graphic file formats
93394 [Peefh.AVIRER] I'm looking for some graphic file formats I could use in ruby.
+ 93396 [nobu.nokada ] PNG with Ruby/GD?
| 94052 [Peefh.AVIRER] GD seems to be the good tool I'd like to use, and PNG the best format.
+ 93402 [cpine hellot] I recently started using RMagick and I *love* it.  I think it only runs on
| + 93403 [neoneye adsl] I have RMagick installed on FreeBSD box.  I guess it also runs on windows?
| | 93408 [sdate everes] on
| + 93406 [happy user.c] I have successfully compiled RMagic on Windows XP with MingW, but thanks
| | 93443 [ptkwt aracne] Amen, brother!
| + 93412 [cyclists nc.] Yes, the doc for this is sorta hidden. Sorry. Specify "quality" when you
+ 94065 [ gv cs.uu.nl] ...

^ Graphical Ruby/Tk GUI designer?
93407 [im_not_givin] I need to design a GUI - are there any tools available?  I don't want to
93410 [im_not_givin] I would like a GUI designer tool for Ruby/Tk, like NetBeans, etc.
93419 [mailinglists] There is nothing like this for TK.
93420 [thomas_adam1] Asfand,
93473 [nagai ai.kyu] Ruby/Tk can load a Tcl script on its Tk interpreter.

^ OT: XP tester (was Re: how to raise warning?)
93411 [jrb3 eidogen] Guten tag, Josef Schugt (und freunde)!

^ (none)
93416 [nelson.win d] unsubscribe

^ [ANN] ValidForm 1.0
93418 [gavin refine] Announcing the first (announced) public release of ValidForm, available

^ When will Procs be serializable?
93424 [im_not_givin] Just wondering: when will Procs and blocks be serializable?  I look

^ ANN: PLD RPMs of rake and ruby-dbi and a plea to packagers
93425 [aredridel nb] I've just created packages (including .spec files to be used as
93427 [cc1 cec.wust] Documentation shouldn't be considered unpleasent.  If you go to the

^ Web Testing with Ruby
93429 [bret pettich] It is open source. But it is ugly. Some of it is on sourceforge and we need

^ Docs [Was Regarding PLD RPMs of rake and ruby-dbi and a plea to packagers]
93437 [aredridel nb] Wholeheartedly agreed.
93454 [batsman.geo ] Time to write RWEB? :-P
93807 [larryj gsu.e] Funny you should mention that.  I've been looking over the
+ 93809 [ajohnson cpa] Just for info: noweb is a language independent LP system that'll work
| + 93820 [larryj gsu.e] I haven't looked at noweb, but it's actually on my reading
| + 93821 [larryj gsu.e] I read through the following article on noweb this morning
+ 93810 [cc1 cec.wust] Umm isn't RDOC basically RWEB?  I mean it's not really fancy as far as
  93817 [larryj gsu.e] I'll take a closer look at RDOC.  If it meets the following

^ File.fnmatch's behavior
93438 [ocean m2.ccs] I'm now thinking of File.fnmatch's behavior.
93440 [gsinclair so] I like it.  fnmatch is one of those few methods whose documentation I have
93446 [ocean m2.ccs] Thanks, Gavin.
+ 93448 [ocean m2.ccs] Sorry, I fogot to tell you where it is...
| 93449 [ocean m2.ccs] **/ is not implemented yet. I'll implement it soon.
+ 93725 [ocean m2.ccs] I implemented fnmatch. I did some change to behavior, so I want to know whether
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