gettalong (Thomas Leitner)
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- 04:19 AM Ruby master Revision a1713bed (git): [ruby/reline] Implement completion_append_character
- There is already the possibility to set Reline.completion_append_character.
However, it is not used by the line edito...
- 08:32 AM Ruby master Bug #15460: Behaviour of String#setbyte changed
- Eregon (Benoit Daloze) wrote:
> Why are values higher in HexaPDF? Does it mean multiple bytes need to be written or ...
- 10:22 AM Ruby master Bug #15460 (Closed): Behaviour of String#setbyte changed
- I just installed Ruby 2.6.0 for benchmarking reasons and found that the change [string.c: setbyte silently ignores up...
- 08:48 AM Ruby master Bug #11132 (Closed): String#sub and character sequence \' in replacement string
I don't know if this is intentional but substitution of `\'` and `` \` `` in the replacement string was rather...
- 05:25 PM Ruby master Bug #10928 (Closed): optparse Switch#summarize code doesn't reflect its documentation
- The documentation for `Switch#summarize` says "+sdone+:: Already summarized short style options keyed hash." for the...
- 08:14 PM Ruby master Bug #8006: Dir.glob behaves differently on 1.9.3 and 2.0
For your information, I have fixed this problem in my code, see the ((<commit on Github|URL:https://github.c...
- 08:15 PM Ruby master Bug #8006: Dir.glob behaves differently on 1.9.3 and 2.0
After some more experimenting, it seems that the '**' operator doesn't act the same like in 1.9.3:
- 12:11 AM Ruby master Bug #8006 (Closed): Dir.glob behaves differently on 1.9.3 and 2.0
While testing an application of mine with Ruby 2.0 I came across the following problem with Dir.glob where th...
- 05:12 AM Ruby master Bug #5752 (Closed): Array#delete_if side effects due to changeset r32360
- It seems that the changeset r32360 introduced another side effect. Here are two IRB sessions, one in ruby-1.9.2-p136 ...
- 11:32 PM Ruby master Feature #2645: Have a method in StringScanner which returns the position in characters rather than in bytes
I had a similar problem: I wanted to extract a part of a StringScanner-backed string.
Consider the follo...
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