#ruby-lang - Fri 23 Mar 2007 between 02:23 and 02:42

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imblahmaybe, i coded it for a web startup for which i signed an nda, i have to check with my boss but he's cool about shit like this
slapahooh i just wanna see how the code of a 1 week rubyist looks
imblahand i'm not sure if it's only working because i'm running the script from my machine
slapahonot to use/judge/whatever
imblahoh
charles_slyphon, anyway, a database would run a whole lot slower as well
slyphonyeah, but it'd be transactionally safe and resumable
also, sqlite3 has an in-memory database that's fast
charles_slyphon, this couldn't continue from the a partial run anyway
slyphonok
charles_slyphon, so it wouldn't matter if the database kept it's integrity
slapahoanyone know of a free UML modelling app for mac os x?
slyphonslapaho: gliffy
_woay_
erm
_woah_
slapahowhat
slyphonBest. ipv6 addr. Ever.
slapahohaha let's see it
slyphon^^
dcastration [n=tim@2001:5c0:94ac:dead:beef:baad:f00d:cafe
slapahohaha
gliffy is web based.. how private are the models
slyphonguy at work uses it
seems pretty good
i mean, they're not public
unless you explictly share them
afaik
oh man
weird al rocks my world
for like the last 20 years
http://glumbert.com/media/trapped
aasmithslyphon = white n nerdy?
slyphonbetter
^^
aasmithhahah
it does kind of need the video though.
charles_slyphon, (btw, I just looked into the c code, and a struct is basically what I was looking for)
slyphon, basically each instance has an array holding values, and the class itself maps keys to indexes
slapahosince i already use xcode, im gonna try it's class/data modelling

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