caleb clausen

  • Registered on: 10/26/2008
  • Last connection: 08/23/2010

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Reported issues: 16

07/11/2010

09:47 AM Ruby trunk Bug #3428: ri outputs ansi escape sequences even when stdout is not a tty
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Sorry for the delay getting back to you on this. Here's a patch which expands test_formatter slightly to exer...

07/06/2010

10:49 PM Ruby trunk Bug #3428: ri outputs ansi escape sequences even when stdout is not a tty
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Since the maintainer of rdoc is AWOL, I feel we really need to have a test for this bug, so that the next tim...

06/15/2010

06:05 AM Ruby trunk Feature #3436: Spawn the timer thread lazily
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Unfortunately, that timer thread is also somehow involved with the select statement that lurks at the bottom ...

06/12/2010

04:03 AM Ruby trunk Feature #3427: instances of Dir class can't be compared
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Oh, I see. Dir is actually a directory handle. I was thinking it was just a wrapper around the directory name...
03:49 AM Ruby trunk Bug #3428: ri outputs ansi escape sequences even when stdout is not a tty
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Ruby 1.8's ri never prints _any_ escape sequences... at least, I know that's true in 1.8.6.
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06/11/2010

10:30 PM Ruby trunk Bug #3428 (Closed): ri outputs ansi escape sequences even when stdout is not a tty
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ri should only use ansi escape sequences if explicitly asked for or if stdout is known to be a tty. Otherwise...
08:10 PM Ruby trunk Feature #3427 (Rejected): instances of Dir class can't be compared
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Dir#== and friends seem to be absent.

$ install/bin/ruby -e 'p Dir.new(".")==Dir.new(".")'
false
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08:07 PM Ruby trunk Feature #3426 (Rejected): exec doesn't allow command lines which begin with an env variable assig...
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The documentation for exec states: "If single string is given as the command, it is taken as a command line ...

05/26/2010

09:55 AM Ruby trunk Bug #3337: MS-DOS device names are identified as readable_real
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I'm not certain that the above list is complete. Among other things, windows allows programs to define their ...

05/22/2010

09:34 AM Ruby trunk Feature #3176: Thread#priority= should actually do something
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I'm attaching a patch for using setpriority on linux and thereby bypassing (on that platform) all the priorit...

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