99004-101444

98820-99925 subjects 99205-100971

Commutativity of '*'
99004 [Stephan.Kaem] say I have a new class Foo which provides * as a multiplicative method.
+ 99005 [decoux@mo lo] Well, ruby is saying that it can coerce, learn it how to do it
| 99028 [kristof@vl e] It is maybe not a good idea to reverse the order in coerce.
+ 99006 [bob.news@gm ] "Stephan K?mper" <Stephan.Kaemper@Schleswig-Holstein.de> schrieb im

SciTE Ruby Lexer (Update)
99011 [eule@sp ce c] An updated version of the Ruby Lexer in SciTE is now available from my
+ 99036 [surrender_it] nice, thanks for this
+ 99042 [catcher@li u] I hope that you send your changes to Neil so that he could include it in
  99071 [eule@sp ce c] Neil got the changes first ;)
  99150 [robertm@sp l] ...
  99154 [eule@sp ce c] Yes, thank you. Too bad it's an old bug ;)... I have uploaded new

loading untrusted YAML
99017 [lists@za a. ] If I only allow up to, say, 1MB of a completely untrusted YAML file to

[OT] Was Re: {} VS do/end styles
99018 [ jimm@io co ] The English version: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
99032 [michael_s_ca] I buy Coke in 2L bottles... =)

corollary to principal of IDGARA:
99019 [paul@vu ma k] VIAGRA

The code I forgot to include
99021 [NoOne@No he ] # My idea of how to convert an array of strings to a string with a specified
+ 99026 [dblack@wo bl] That sounds an awful lot like Array#join....
| 99050 [NoOne@No he ] In an amazing coincidence,  I just emailed you (at blackdav@shu.edu) because
+ 99081 [jean_hugues_] x = Array[1,2,3].
  + 99085 [dblack@wo bl] I get a different error message (wrong # of arguments) -- but in any
  + 99087 [kristof@vl e] Perhaps that's because super works only as a method (not as
    + 99091 [dblack@wo bl] def self.[](*a); super; end
    | 99140 [jean_hugues_] super   # calls same method in super class, with the current method's
    + 99141 [jean_hugues_] Thanks. I obviously was "perhaps" wrong ;-)

ruby 1.8 differences?
99023 [glenn_m_smit] Can anybody point me at a list of what's changed in Ruby
+ 99024 [quixoticsyco] Here's a good article by Why,
| 99080 [jean_hugues_] This is incredibly useful ! I specially liked the sort_by thing.
| 99114 [flori@ni e. ] sort_by is a more efficent way of Schwartzian Transform (because it's
+ 99033 [cyclists@nc ] ...
  + 99082 [jean_hugues_] Great too. I liked the Set class, great reading to learn
  | 100701 [dooby@d1 .k ] #to_sym seems to be preferred over #intern.
  + 99094 [glenn_m_smit] Thanks Tim!

RDoc documentation of iterators
99031 [Stephan.Kaem] when I run rdoc on my code, I think the iterator doc is slightly wrong -
+ 99035 [gsinclair@so] will get you what you want.
+ 99044 [dave@pr gp o] That's a bug: I've fixed it in the latest CVS versions.

ANNOUNCE: vflow 0.1 beta
99045 [jm@tr ns ct ] Description
99048 [jamesUNDERBA] What are Cflow, pyflowtool, and the flow-tools library?
99049 [jm@tr ns ct ] Flow-tools is a set of programs and a library used for processing
99051 [jamesUNDERBA] Yes, thanks much!

[ANN] Win32 Utils Installer 0.0.1
99046 [djberg96@ho ] It is with great pleasure that I announce the release

print <<XXX parses some text in scope ending with XXX -- Why?
99053 [NoOne@No he ] As I read Thomas&Hunt p. 205,  Ruby should build a quoted string with the
+ 99054 [david.naseby] Because you are using an inline variable substitute (#{}). You can escape
+ 99061 [discord@ma .] a = "foo"

A reasonable workaround
99055 [NoOne@No he ] OK,  I found a reasonable workaround:  I'm developing in SciTE,  so I
99063 [discord@ma .] =begin

rubygem BUG
99057 [cc1@ce .w st] Noticed this while I was playing around trying to uninstall my older
+ 99058 [assaph@av ya] I created a gemspec file for an application gem. Created the gem and
| 99079 [chad@ch df w] This is fixed in CVS.  Thanks for the report.
+ 99059 [gsinclair@so] Sigh.  That's another one of my achievements :(  Will be fixed in CVS real
| 99062 [assaph@av ya] mind
| + 99064 [gsinclair@so] $ gem -Rl ra -P http://www-cache:8000
| | 99065 [assaph@av ya] Well the error comes from: c:/langs/ruby/lib/ruby/1.8/open-uri.rb:544:in
| + 99075 [chad@ch df w] Thanks, Assaph.  I'll check this when I get to work this morning (and
+ 99074 [chad@ch df w] The RubyForge bug reports page is definitely the best place.  We
+ 99078 [chad@ch df w] This one is fixed in CVS.  Thanks.

Should Win32Ole automatically support enumerable collections?
99100 [bret@pe ti h] Here's some code i've written to work with the COM interface to Internet

model for my problem (network simulator)
99102 [kgergely@mc ] I'd like to ask for help for my problem. Maybe the Q isn't
99104 [bob.news@gm ] ...
+ 99162 [kgergely@mc ] Hey!
| 99167 [bob.news@gm ] "Gergely Kontra" <kgergely@mcl.hu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| 99170 [kgergely@mc ] Oh, yes, I run into the problem, and this is the weird case, where
| 99194 [bob.news@gm ] "Gergely Kontra" <kgergely@mcl.hu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 99365 [kgergely@mc ] Just one little thing (chicken-egg problem): the links should know about
  99369 [ambrus@ma h.] "rubyish program" -- does this mean a program in ruby? probably since
  99385 [bob.news@gm ] "Zsban Ambrus" <ambrus@math.bme.hu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  99400 [DocBoobenste] 8< snip

What do you use Ruby for?
99105 [glenn_m_smit] OK, the more I read about Ruby (currently on page 29 of the FAQ,
+ 99107 [curt@hi bs c] A question for you is what kinds of software do you develop on a day-to-day
+ 99108 [cribbsj@oa w] Well, lately, I've been using Ruby and FXRuby to write gui database apps
+ 99109 [DocBoobenste] Let's see... I've been using Ruby to create scripts to do otherwise
+ 99110 [ahoward@fa t] - image processing using classes wrapping mmap and narray
| 99117 [aredridel@nb] For me, an accounting package, currently web-based, but it will be
+ 99111 [ptkwt@ar cn ] Same here.  It's on my TODO list.
+ 99116 [Stephan.Kaem] 8< snipped some lines ...
+ 99126 [mghall@NO nt] Playing with MIDI files: taking them apart, analyzing music, prototyping
| 99130 [rhodes553@ho] Thank you! I can't tell you how annoyed I get when I hear people
+ 99128 [jamesvtoomey] I think you mentioned in an earlier post that you're a VB & VBScript
| 99147 [glenn_m_smit] My primary work involves data-cleaning/derivation (13 million records
| + 99155 [eule@sp ce c] You should look at fox-tool.rubyforge.org. It is just a preview, but for
| + 99199 [ptkwt@ar cn ] I'm not Jamey, but I'll offer my comments...
|   99208 [cribbsj@oa w] Phil, I couldn't have said it any better myself.   :)
+ 99142 [jean_hugues_] I personally use it to prototype a RAD telephony framework that should start
| 99200 [ptkwt@ar cn ] You can also write C-extensions for those methods that need to run faster.
+ 99161 [angus@qu va ] [Glenn <glenn_m_smith@hotmail.com>, 2004-05-03 19.18 CEST]
+ 99631 [woodsc@f0 f.] I used ruby to write a program that plays the stock market(with fake
+ 99842 [vladare@ya o] I used ruby to write a programs helped do my work. I am ported to Ruby
+ 99914 [wsdngtmp@on ] It might be easier to start with if there are no Smalltalkers around
+ 99926 [glenn_m_smit] Well in the interest of learning Ruby and keeping up the momentum of
  + 99928 [bob.news@gm ] "Glenn" <glenn_m_smith@hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  | 99947 [glenn_m_smit] What's changed is that I'm using actively trying to use Ruby as much
  + 99948 [tom@in oe he] <subliminal>

$SAFE = 3.5?
99113 [guslist@fr e] Is there anyway to have the same restriction that $SAFE=4 would give
+ 99115 [surrender_it] Would'nt make sense to remove $SAFE and introduce a SAFE module ?
| 99118 [discord@ma .] Safe.level(2) do
| 99127 [tim@ba es id] class Safe
| 99335 [nagai@ai ky ] A proc object can be used as a safe-level wrapper.
| 99343 [decoux@mo lo] svg% cat b.rb
| 99347 [nagai@ai ky ] Ok. You are a nice cracker. :-)
| 99351 [decoux@mo lo] If I can read the source
| 99368 [nagai@ai ky ] Oops! I didn't think about Proc#binding.
| 99370 [decoux@mo lo] You make the common error to think that #to_s return a String
| 99376 [nagai@ai ky ] Hmmm...
| 99377 [decoux@mo lo] No need for this, you just need to use a method that you can trust like
| 99383 [nagai@ai ky ] How foolish I am!
+ 99149 [decoux@mo lo] * one which open the file and write in

YAML vs. Marshal
99119 [dejaspam@ba ] Is there any reason to use Marshal instead of YAML?  Is there anything
+ 99121 [vjoel@PA H. ] #   =>"\004\010[\ac\vStringc\fInteger"
| 99191 [ruby-talk@wh] For small documents, my benchmarks have Marshal running at 3x the speed
| 99192 [hal9000@hy e] Can you explain this to me? I sense some irony here. You're taking a
| + 99209 [ruby-talk@wh] Well, the bytecode is sort of a sideproject and it's one of those things
| | + 99212 [hal9000@hy e] OK, I'll buy that.
| | | 99214 [ruby-talk@wh] I swear: the only quality to my code is that which Ruby inherently brings.
| | + 99230 [gsinclair@so] Doesn't DRb use Marshal, and isn't Marshal faster than YAML?  Won't
| | | 99233 [vjoel@PA H. ] I guess _why's suggestion is to make it possible for the drb protocol to
| | | 99235 [ahoward@fa t] wouldn't that be soap?  ;-)  i hate xml, but this would be wheel reinvention
| | | 99237 [ruby-talk@wh] Reinvention?  YAML is already a serialization language.  All we're
| | | + 99240 [jgb3@em il b] I'll speak up in _why's defense here, and say I'm convinced, too.
| | | | 99243 [ahoward@fa t] i stand corrected.  ;-)
| | | + 99241 [ahoward@fa t] don't get me wrong, i'm running four peices of code that use yaml heavily as
| | | | 99245 [ruby-talk@wh] Right, yeah.  Method dispatch stuff would have to be worked out.  That
| | | + 99254 [kevin_mcconn] I certainly think it would be cool to have both formats -- both
| | |   99278 [sdmitry@lr .] I agree. Having a couple of standards for one action is always a good thing.
| | + 99255 [nahi@ke na t] I'm interested in this (YAML byte code) project.  I have questions, but
| + 99264 [hgs@dm .a .u] There seems to be a www.picojava.com as well.
| | 99271 [Austin.Ziegl] _why isn't as concerned about cross-platform object portability as much
| + 99279 [rasputnik@he] Oh yeah, they built the chip. By the time it came out the API
+ 99122 [khaines@en g] Marshal is a lot fater than YAML.

Re: open-uri BUG? (was rubygem BUG)
99125 [chad@ch df w] ...
99135 [akr@m1 n. rg] The bug is already fixed.  The latest CVS version set Host: field for
99156 [chad@ch df w] Thank you, Tanaka!

Regex question(how easy/hard to do it in ruby)
99131 [sarah.tanemb] Pointers, please...
+ 99132 [assaph@av ya] it to
+ 99133 [ahoward@fa t] what exactly do you mean by this?  if you want to parse the fields themselves

rubygems implementation question
99134 [cc1@ce .w st] I was curious why the code in installer.rb in ruby gems was setup like this?
+ 99157 [chad@ch df w] FileUtils.mkdir_p File.join(install_dir, "specifications")
| + 99159 [cc1@ce .w st] Oh because it executes another program as opposed to making a system
| | 99164 [chad@ch df w] Pickiness is exactly what's needed right now.  Thanks.
| + 99607 [jim@fr ez .o] So, what about submitting a patch to FileUtils to do this for us
|   99608 [chadfowler@g] Maybe not a bad idea.  Go for it. :)
+ 99166 [rasputnik@he] Personally I'd like this, but it raises the complexity a bit
  99172 [gsinclair@so] Assuming you're talking about automatic downloading and installation

IO::write
99136 [cc1@ce .w st] Why is there only an IO::read, and no equivalent IO::write that takes a
+ 99137 [hal9000@hy e] This seems reasonable to me.
+ 99144 [surrender_it] Agreed, that would be cool.
+ 99148 [matz@ru y- a] But IO::write that is
  + 99151 [cc1@ce .w st] The example listed is exactly the use case that I have littered about my
  | 99160 [bob.news@gm ] "Charles Comstock" <cc1@cec.wustl.edu> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
  | 99229 [cc1@ce .w st] Actually in this case a logging approach wouldn't have been quite what I
  | 99236 [ahoward@fa t] how about
  | 99263 [gsinclair@so] Hear, hear!!!   :D
  + 99168 [gsinclair@so] You've stated in the past that you don't see much need for a "write at
  + 99171 [ahoward@fa t] IO#cat  ??

[OT] Re: IO::write
99169 [gsinclair@so] Save and load!?  I thought Ruby was based on Unix, not on Commodore 64!

Can a program be made to drop into irb?
99173 [gsinclair@so] I'd like to be able to write a program that, halfway through
+ 99176 [dblack@wo bl] $ ruby -e 'require "irb"; print "irb? "; IRB.start if /y/.match(gets)'
| + 99179 [bob.news@gm ] "David Alan Black" <dblack@wobblini.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
| + 99203 [ptkwt@ar cn ] It would be cool if you could pass in the current binding to IRB.start.
+ 99180 [ahoward@fa t] ~ > cat a.rb
  99182 [gsinclair@so] ~ >> cat a.rb
  99201 [vjoel@PA H. ] This is what I use to break from a program into an irb shell. I set my
  + 99215 [vjoel@PA H. ] module IRB
  + 99232 [gsinclair@so] Thanks Joel.  That will give me something to chew over.

One class per file
99183 [rohitlodha@h] Do you not think that one class per file has lot of advantage is
+ 99184 [hal9000@hy e] Matter of opinion. Personally I see no reason for a class-file
| 99193 [bob.news@gm ] "Hal Fulton" <hal9000@hypermetrics.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
+ 99185 [joaopedrosa@] The Delphi libraries use lots of classes per file. I
+ 99186 [Stephan.Kaem] It depends how you organise your code, I'd guess.
| 99187 [Eric.Anderso] I think that a general rule for either method is bad. You have to evaluate
+ 99198 [discord@ma .] For me, it has little to do with classes. I just group related code,
| 99268 [jim@fr ez .o] We base this decision on reuse. Classes are essentially libraries
| 99341 [wsdngtmp@on ] My favourite answer.
| 100799 [rohitlodha@h] One class per file can help to have on demand loading. requires loads all
+ 99269 [ehames@va es] Of course! It's faster to recompile... oh, nevermind.
+ 99277 [sdmitry@lr .] IMHO, i think that file-oriented development gives you a freedom

Using TkTree - Desperately need help
99189 [dejaspam@ba ] Can anyone give me a step-by-step method of using TkTree on Win32?  I
99336 [nagai@ai ky ] If the 'TkTree' which you said is the script at <http://wiki.tcl.tk/10615>,
99448 [nagai@ai ky ] I'd forgotten other solutions.
100344 [dejaspam@ba ] I tried that but I get these errors when I run tktree.rb
100421 [nagai@ai ky ] It shows that your Tcl/Tk libraries linked with Ruby don't load

madeleine gem problem (or rubygem one)
99196 [surrender_it] I believe I spotted a bug in rubygems or in the packaged gem for
99206 [jgb3@em il b] Once you've required the gem, you don't need to use "require_gem"
99213 [surrender_it] wow, never understood this :) thanks for pointing out
99228 [gsinclair@so] Any idea why you didn't understand this?  Do the docs need to be more
99238 [surrender_it] well, I'd say so.
99274 [gsinclair@so] I added a note to this effect.  Thanks!

RubyGem behind an authenticating proxy
99197 [ferreira@tr ] I would like to use RubyGem from behind an authenticating proxy, Squid, to
99231 [gsinclair@so] I can't offer any real help; I can only say that RubyGems' proxy
99244 [assaph@av ya] Why aren't you using 'net/http'?
99266 [rasputnik@he] Probably because it doesn't support ftp :)
99281 [chadfowler@g] True and true.  Also, George Marrows did the open-uri stuff, and one
99342 [george.marro] Glancing back through the RubyGems CVS, it seems that the original
+ 99373 [chadfowler@g] I never meant to imply that your code *broke* it. :)
+ 99452 [akr@m1 n. rg] open-uri doesn't support authentication yet because I'm not sure how

What so special about PostgreSQL and other RDBMS?
99204 [sarah.tanemb] Beside its an opensource and supported by community, what's the fundamental
+ 99207 [rove.monteux] Bit offtopic, but yes, indeed it is. Starting point on that,
+ 99211 [volker.hetze] "Sarah Tanembaum" <sarah.tanembaum@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:c78jfi$vomj$1@ID-205437.news.uni-berlin.de...
+ 99216 [pcfreak65@ho] I would recommend MySQL if you are looking for an alternative. I know
| + 99218 [tom@in oe he] PostgreSQL runs RubyForge... it's not very high volume - half million
| | 99221 [armin@xs .d ] Postgresql and MySQL are both very impressive.
| + 99252 [mikharakiri_] You are kidding, right? Out of curiosity I took a look at MySQL
+ 99220 [damorgan@x. ] PostgreSQL is highly overrated and not suitable for any environment
| + 99223 [rkusenet@sy ] Why postgresSQL?? Why don't u say that all RDBMS except Oracle is
| | + 99227 [damorgan@x. ] Because saying so wouldn't be true. There are documented security and
| | | + 99234 [carl@yo ng l] Whoa... why the accusatory tone?  I don't think this is an issue that we
| | | + 99249 [rkusenet@sy ] Mine was a comment on ur attitude towards any non oracle product.
| | | | 99260 [sybrandb@ya ] Evident you are mislead by the 'Free is better' religion and you don't
| | | + 99475 [rove.monteux] 1. BASF
| | | + 99496 [shoad316@ho ] Here's a newsflash for alot of DBA's.   Most applications _do not_
| | | + 99565 [matt@de ta e] ... otherwise stop promoting freeware
| | |   99573 [damorgan@x. ] I didn't start this thread. So if you wish to shoot the source.
| | + 99257 [pagesflames@] Yes, you've got the point. Behind both of these models (outsourcing
| | | + 99261 [rohitlodha@h] Yes, you've got the point. Behind both of these models (outsourcing
| | | + 99265 [rkusenet@sy ] This isn't about the subject of this thread, but it got me curious.
| | |   + 99280 [rkusenet@sy ] ...
| | |   | 99285 [dba@ym 1. ai] Aren't you contradicting yourself here? You seem to be implying that
| | |   | + 99289 [rkusenet@sy ] No I am not contradicting. I was giving a link to Dusan Bolek
| | |   | + 99290 [paul@vu ma k] There is no sense belabouring this because in both places they are just
| | |   + 99286 [damorgan@x. ] It depends. For somethings outsourcing to India provides both quality
| | |   + 99296 [norwoodthree] I am going to go out on a limb and say worse quality work because I
| | + 99317 [joel-garry@h] There is a backlash against outsourcing now.  Some parts are
| + 99929 [stevesusenet] What database does Google use?
|   + 99933 [blthecat@ck ] <6f8cb8c9.0405120252.6f31f716@posting.google.com> from Steve contained
|   + 99935 [volker.hetze] "Steve" <stevesusenet@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:6f8cb8c9.0405120252.6f31f716@posting.google.com...
|   + 99953 [aredridel@nb] Random access memory.
+ 99300 [kenfar42@ya ] Depends.
+ 99384 [quirk@sy ta ] - If you don't have the source code for a product, and the right to
| 99393 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405060711.176b495d@posting.google.com...
| + 99417 [Austin.Ziegl] This is not particularly useful advice. Although I am a good
| + 99470 [quirk@sy ta ] Yes it is.
|   + 99474 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405070046.50c2d5dd@posting.google.com...
|   | + 99485 [hjr@di we l.] Precisely. There's nothing wrong with contracts, or a willingness to pay
|   | + 99504 [quirk@sy ta ] What was the value of yours? Or this latest one?
|   |   + 99557 [edwardh@hi h] [stuff snipped]
|   |   | 99717 [quirk@sy ta ] Oh boy, it's Seseme Street News, OK Kermit, keep talking.
|   |   | 99755 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405100025.fd32875@posting.google.com...
|   |   | 99831 [quirk@sy ta ] What cold comfort that is. I would prefer the right to make my
|   |   | 99934 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405110143.3fba4756@posting.google.com...
|   |   | 100022 [quirk@sy ta ] Your argument, as usual, is that I should just believe you, not
|   |   | 100547 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405121205.4c9ac7e8@posting.google.com...
|   |   | 100714 [quirk@sy ta ] [comp.databases.ms-sqlserver removed]
|   |   | + 100716 [hjr@di we l.] [snip to cut to the chase]
|   |   | | 100767 [quirk@sy ta ] Hmm. Ok, well, first let me say I am in favour of the Open Source
|   |   | | 100782 [galenboyer@h] But then, that application vendor needs to have multiple code
|   |   | + 100805 [wizofoz2k@ya] <nit-picking>
|   |   | | 100819 [doug.blot.hu] Guys, Guys....
|   |   | | + 100930 [niall.litchf] acrimony.
|   |   | | | 101043 [quirk@sy ta ] Thanks Nick,  your alternative propositions are much clearer than the
|   |   | | | 101259 [niall.litchf] Last time I looked my name was Niall, but then its only in my email address
|   |   | | | + 101268 [doug.blot.hu] database
|   |   | | | + 101316 [quirk@sy ta ] Sorry Niall.
|   |   | | |   + 101342 [kennedy-down] single
|   |   | | |   | 101393 [quirk@sy ta ] Seems contradictory, I assume you mean there are _somtimes_ better
|   |   | | |   + 101372 [galenboyer@h] I fail to understand how this has anything to do with whether you
|   |   | | |     101444 [quirk@sy ta ] I made four suggestions in my original post in this thread. One
|   |   | | + 101041 [quirk@sy ta ] Thanks Doug, it's nice to know that there are one or two actual
|   |   | |   101055 [wizofoz2k@ya] It's a pity that you have considered my reply as that of a zealot.
|   |   | |   101187 [quirk@sy ta ] Sorry if you thought I was refering to you specificly, rather I was
|   |   | |   101218 [pagesflames@] Sorry for interrupting your flame, but I must step in. This statement
|   |   | |   101323 [quirk@sy ta ] Dusan, phrases like 'simply not true' and 'in fact' must be based on
|   |   | + 101023 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405190205.416ed0ce@posting.google.com...
|   |   + 99757 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405070707.96af5a2@posting.google.com...
|   |     99823 [quirk@sy ta ] And what was your reply?
|   |     + 99930 [volker.hetze] "Quirk" <quirk@syntac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4e20d3f.0405110058.684e5968@posting.google.com...
|   |     | + 100113 [xlucid@us rs] You are unlikely to be locked-in to purchase decision for your
|   |     | | 100548 [volker.hetze] "Gawnsoft" <xlucid@users.sourceforge.remove.this.antispam.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
|   |     | + 100717 [quirk@sy ta ] [Oracle and Sybase groups removed]
|   |     |   + 100813 [joel-garry@h] Actually, I have seen both small and medium sized software companies
|   |     |   + 100938 [joel-garry@h] [cdos put back in for those not using google to say that]
|   |     + 100036 [joel-garry@h] As someone who has profited greatly from this, I must point out that
|   + 99520 [bucknuggets@] Son, it sounds like you're the victim of some simplistic advise from
|   | 99714 [quirk@sy ta ] Ok Dad, it sounds like you're the victim of the patronizing ass school
|   | 99748 [damorgan@x. ] Apparently you went to that school too ... and graduated with honors.
|   | 99832 [quirk@sy ta ] Yup. That's actualy an understatement. Those who insist on playing
|   + 99677 [sommar@al on] This may sound good in theory. Real life is different.
|     99718 [quirk@sy ta ] Well, I hope that the other readers of the thread now know enough to
|     99799 [sommar@al on] Well, I have the guts to sign my articles with my real name. You haven't.
|     99833 [quirk@sy ta ] My name is Dmytri Kleiner, you could have easily found that out with a
|     99873 [sommar@al on] Our customers seems to be quite satisfied with our system.
|     99915 [quirk@sy ta ] sufficient quality to keep your customers satisfied.
|     100070 [mooregr_dele] I'm curious about this terrible OS you refer to.  I know the one I use is
|     100114 [quirk@sy ta ] Eeek. Someone actually wants me to discuss Windows.
|     100225 [mooregr_dele] message news:<0wBoc.183156$M3.141910@twister.nyroc.rr.com>...
|     100301 [quirk@sy ta ] [comp.databases.ms-sqlserver removed]
+ 100248 [newsgroup1@g] _Short Summary_
  + 100289 [quirk@sy ta ] [comp.databases.ms-sqlserver group removed]
  | 100359 [newsgroup1@g] Part of the beauty of SQL is that there are standards which if you try and stick
  + 100367 [damorgan@x. ] Interesting list ... Speed and extras. Not one would be on my list
  + 101235 [gavin@re in ] FWIW, although I have no first-hand experience to support this,
threads.html
top