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How to proceed?
I am a fairly new member to RoR community and programming for that matter. I want to create a Rails app that pulls info from a file on a computer every time that file changes. -So I'm thinking I need to have some code installed on the client computer? -the installed code would have to be at the admin level incase ... 26 Jul 2010 23:45
[ANN] RubyConf Uruguay 2010, October 29th and 30th
Hey there! We'd like to invite you to RubyConf Uruguay, which will take place this October on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th, in Montevideo. This will be a single-track conference aimed at developers who want to learn or get up-to-date with Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, Testing, SCRUM, JavaScript, SQL vs NoS... 26 Jul 2010 20:28
interactive ruby development
As someone who has used lisp, emacs, and slime in the past, I get incredible frustrated with having to write ruby code. I do not find the language to be that bad, but the development environments just don't compare. My current setup is emacs, ruby-mode, and inf-ruby. I wish inf-ruby did more. It would be nice if... 30 Jul 2010 05:19
Help: How to pass a struct as a pointer to Win32API?
Hi all, As titled, I want to read text content from a standard syslistview32 control in an application. And the syslistview32 control is not a pop-up but embedded in the application, which means the control has same process ID as the application. In that case, I don't have to call VirtualAllocEx or Write... 27 Jul 2010 05:09
Directory structure best practice?
Hi all! What are the best practices concerning directory structures for Ruby programs? I want to run tests using Cucumber and RSpec, so referring to the RSpec book I created a features/ and spec/ folders for the tests, a lib/ folder for my code, and a bin/ folder for all that shall be executed. What do I n... 27 Jul 2010 15:02
Confused with "include" and require
I am getting an error when I include or require a file. My code was getting too long for one file, so I attempted to separate out one section into another file, and then "load" the file into the main file at the appropriate place. The main body of my ruby script is /home/holocene/ruby/q.rb The load'ed file is ... 26 Jul 2010 21:35
Unable to access the elements in an array with array[0]
Thanks, James. I owe you one. I had been reading the data from the datasource incorrectly. xclworksheet.Range("A1:B20").rows.each{|r|ea_array.push(r.value.inspect) instead I should have just done ea_array=xclworksheet.Range("A1:B20")['Value'] James wrote: On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 10:11 AM, Ar... 26 Jul 2010 13:50
Unable to access the elements in an array with array[1][0]
I feel quite silly asking this question, but here I am. I have what I believe to be a 2 dimensional array, but I can not access the elements in the array with the array syntax array[1][0] when I select the first element in the array with array.first or array[1], I get array[["first","first value"]] but I am not ab... 26 Jul 2010 12:43
Regex ^ beginning not strong?
Hi, I've some more regex questions. I wrote a pattern to check for valid regexes and inspect the parts (we all have our reasons for the things we do:) It wasn't working so I went down to simpler and simpler patterns, but I'm a bit surprised at the way Ruby 1.9 is handling the regexes. I tested the same pattern in Pe... 26 Jul 2010 21:35 Still Down? ... 28 Jul 2010 08:31
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