#ruby-lang - Wed 7 Mar 2007 between 01:44 and 01:55

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hagabakaso it's a yes?
blinkyes
hagabakaok
blinkreally, thebest way to determine how methods should be implemented is to look at corelib implementations.
asdxis there a way to see a list of the available packages in gem?
btgremember that you get .eql? and .hash for free from Object, it's just that they are pretty restrictive (ie true for the same object)
blinkasdx: available packages in a gem?
asdxblink: yeah, available stuff for install
blinka gem is a package. beyond that there is no definitioin of 'package' in ruby.
asdxi was thinking like apt
blinkWe are not debian-based.
asdxi know
blink(thank gods)
Ariagem list --remote, ne?
blinkso what do you meann by packages?
hagabakayeah
blinkAria: i'd think sso but 'in a gem'
asdxblink: libraries, whatever
blink: whatever is available for install thorw gem
AriaYeah, gem list --remote
blinkasdx: you meanfiles to use in a 'require' statement?
asdxyes
blinkasdx: or the different gems available to install?
asdxmeanfiles
blinkasdx: look at the docs for the gem first, failing that look in the gem directory at the source.
s/meanfiles/mean files/
asdxk
blink: what distro do you use
blinkasdx: arch, pld, gentoo, slackware, fedora, etcetera...
(in order of preference)
asdxheh, nice
blink(and recentness of use)
debian is in there somewhere in the middle. that's like the first fourth of the list really.
asdxlol
blinklfs is in there too, if i haven't swung my e-peen around enough yet.
actionblink goes back to doing homoework.
blinkgoes back to doing homoework.
err, homework.
Aria.
OlatheWhat's an e-peen ?
blinki would just like to note that OOo does not run unbearbly on old machines.

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