#ruby-lang - Fri 16 Mar 2007 between 02:03 and 05:21

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oGMoexcept if you do the latter you must be fork/exec'ing on your own
slyphonwhat oGMo said
oGMootherwise you'll lose STDERR for your own process ;)
however there are many advantages to not doing system() so
headiusanyone from mtn west rubyconf in here?
shadowriderhow can I install gems in the user space?
hagabakayou mean inside home directory?
"user space" is in contrast to "kernel space"
nullieheh
hagabakabut http://rubygems.org/read/chapter/3#page83
shadowrideryeah, I mean inside the home directory, but I mean install the gems itself (the libraries distributed over rubygems) instead of rubygems
manverurellik: just do it
rellikmanveru, heh I guess if I had tried the way I described here I would have figured it out
manveruexactly
that's why describing something to others often helps :)
rellikwell, the only reason I typed it that was was cause it was easier than saying "when 1<CR>when 2<CR>when 3<CR> .." which is how I was expecting it to work (like C)
manveruruby has no fallthrough
like C or D
rellikyeah, that's why I was confused.. just happened to type it the right way here :)
lucsky'morning
inspiredI have a config file skeleton with some parameters called _{PARAM_VALUE}_. what is the best way to do string replacement in this config file and save it as another file?
i.e. _{USERNAME}_ should be: "111110012", _{PASSWORD}_ should be "caHSah82" and I want to output this as another file. the parameters are on separate lines
maeLoganCapaldo............ i vant to talkt to you
oGMocriminy why is this so slow
errrrr.
heh.
silly drb
nonix4Hmm, where should I look for some linear programming material? Nave backtracking definitely ain't gonna cut it for a problem with about 30 variables of which each can have one of around 30 values...
oGMouh
how do you get object IDs as positive integers
this has to be the stupidest question i've ever had to ask
nachosabs?
oGMono =p
nachosthat'll give you the positive representation of a int
oGMomore accurately... i want them considered as unsigned ;)
nachosyeah i was thinking that
actionnonix4 has done something like that once...
nonix4has done something like that once...
nachosi was just trying to lookup forcing a int to be 'unsigned'
oGMojust so i don't have to pack the piece of crap and unpack it
that would be lame

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