I deleted it
|Veejay||I'll be back in a few minutes|
|apeiros||multiple undo :-p|
dang, hungry... no idea what to cook :-S
I should write a recipe-book with a "playlist" :)
|Veejay||Do I need to require something to use assertions.|
I did something like that on a and b
rescue => e
|noodl||thanks for the help apeiros. end result (it's a very simple script, but fun anyway): http://pastie.caboo.se/43913|
everything >2 lines
|noodl||Veejay: yeah, assert is in Test::Unit::TestCase i think|
|apeiros||and Veejay, please, again, read the error that is printed|
what does it print?
|action||chris2 builds a minimal rspec... currently 610 bytes|
|chris2||builds a minimal rspec... currently 610 bytes|
|olleolleolle||Hi, I have a YAML problem with Ruby. The exifr gem, its YAML-serialized structures, they can't be deserialized correctly.|
They fail, and yaml (in std lib) cries "/usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/yaml.rb:133:in `transfer': invalid subclass (TypeError)"
One of the lines is serialized like "exif: !map:EXIFR::EXIF " -- and I am trying to wrap my head around the !map word.
|drfreeze||Anyone know of a way to get a PDF (with active links) from a web page?|
|inz-||the "save a copy" button?|
|olleolleolle||Yaml: there was a C patch for the library (by Hirokazu-san).|
...which at least would silence the segfaults.
|JeanNiBee||Anyone here got the URL for Fizz/Buff ?|
|drfreeze||inz-: don't get pdf as an option|
|chris2||corundum: search fizzbuzz|
|apeiros||fizzbuzz... isn't that the thing we golfed once in here?|