rm_curses_gomi.patch

Akira Matsuda, 12/10/2013 11:02 AM

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doc/contributing.rdoc
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* Tcl/Tk
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* NDBM/QDBM
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* GDBM
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* Ncurses (or something)
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* OpenSSL
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* readline/editline(libedit)
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* zlib
doc/contributors.rdoc
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  * monitor.rb
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  * net/ftp
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  * net/imap
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  * curses
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Stephan Maka (mathew)
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* documentation
doc/maintainers.rdoc
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  * 1.9: Koichi Sasada (ko1)
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[ext/coverage]
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  Yusuke Endoh (mame)
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[ext/curses]
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  Shugo Maeda (shugo)
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[ext/dbm]
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  _unmaintained_
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[ext/digest, ext/digest/*]
doc/standard_library.rdoc
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BigDecimal:: Provides arbitrary-precision floating point decimal arithmetic
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Coverage:: Provides coverage measurement for Ruby
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Curses:: Implements the CRT screen handling and optimization library
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Date:: A subclass of Object includes Comparable module for handling dates
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DateTime:: Subclass of Date to handling dates, hours, minutes, seconds, offsets
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DBM:: Provides a wrapper for the UNIX-style Database Manager Library
doc/syntax/modules_and_classes.rdoc
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A namespace can be used to organize code by package or functionality that
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separates common names from interference by other packages.  For example, the
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Curses namespace provides functionality for curses that prevents a collision
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for the common name "Window".
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IRB namespace provides functionality for irb that prevents a collision
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for the common name "Context".
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Mix-in functionality allows sharing common methods across multiple classes or
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modules.  Ruby comes with the Enumerable mix-in module which provides many
encoding.c
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 * * File names from Dir
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 * * Integer#chr
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 * * String#inspect and Regexp#inspect
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 * * Strings returned from Curses
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 * * Strings returned from Readline
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 * * Strings returned from SDBM
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 * * Time#zone