|rik||what database are you using?|
|rik||if i were in a bad, or indeed, normal mood, i would tell you that sqlite is not a database, because it doesn't have referential integrity or type checking, despite you being able to specify them. but i'm in a happy mood for no aparent reason|
so i'll just say sqlite-ruby.
|possie||how can i print a integer in hex ?|
printf "%x", 23 => 17.
(returns nil though)
|action||rik looks at the tip jar.|
|rik||looks at the tip jar.|
|defcon8||how do I md5 a string?|
|action||rik wanders off to do some work.|
|rik||wanders off to do some work.|
|defcon8||apeiros, it is not showing up in the fxri|
oh, I get it
|apeiros_||defcon8, yes, because it's not really documented (which is why you got the whole code free house instead of an RTFM ;-) )|
is there a more common method of hashing in ruby? I find it quite interesting that MD5 would not be used frequently enough in ruby to justify its documentation
|apeiros_||defcon8, not really. but quite some important stuff is not really documented. E.g. Sockets|
just take a look at ruby-doc.org/stdlib/ - all the non-bold entries... :-S
|defcon8||are people just lazy? :||
|apeiros_||I guess it's more "people are japanese and hate english" :)|
|alterego||Japanese hate English?|
|apeiros_||afaik japanese people don't like english too much|
|alterego||Odd .. Never heard that one.|
Why do they keep coming over here then?
My city is _full_ of Japanese
|teferi||do you think you're turning Japanese?|
do you really think so?
|apeiros_||alterego, well, just because they have good reasons to come over doesn't mean they like the language :)|
but anyway, it's just hearsay
|action||apeiros_ is impressed about matz|
|apeiros_||is impressed about matz|
|alterego||Oh, the language .. I thought you were talking about the people :)|
|alterego||Yeah, I know Japanese people don't like the language much.|