Dave B

  • Registered on: 12/16/2008
  • Last connection: 03/09/2013

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Reported issues: 4

03/21/2012

02:43 AM Backport193 Backport #6179: File::pos broken in Windows 1.9.3p125
Please provide a short code example which demonstrates
how you're checking the condition.
Have you haven't coded ...

03/10/2012

02:00 PM Ruby trunk Feature #6126: Introduce yes/no constants aliases for true/false

#- You can please yourself in your own programs by
#- adding a couple of lines at the top.
#==================...

02/10/2012

04:27 PM Ruby trunk Feature #5994: Dir.glob without wildcards returns pattern, not filename
Hi Nobu,
I expected:
~~~ruby
p Dir.glob('foO') #=> ["Foo"]
~~~
The current behaviour would be difficult to...
01:23 PM Ruby trunk Feature #5994: Dir.glob without wildcards returns pattern, not filename
This *nix behaviour would be fine, for me.
~~~ruby
# ruby 1.8.7p302 (2010-08-16) [i486-linux]
#-----------------...
12:52 PM Ruby trunk Feature #5994 (Closed): Dir.glob without wildcards returns pattern, not filename
This is Windows specific, I guess, as filename case doesn't matter there.
Ruby version is not specific to 1.9.3p0 (r...

06/30/2011

11:46 AM Ruby trunk Bug #2545: Array#delete_if is borked if user calls 'break'
Just met this problem:
ruby 1.8.7 (2011-02-18 patchlevel 334) [i386-mingw32]
I'd also consider it a bug and that ...

02/20/2010

05:44 PM Ruby trunk Bug #2767: YAML bug
=begin

Already reported at http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/show/1311
=end

11/13/2009

06:11 AM Ruby trunk Bug #1311: YAML::dump creates strings YAML::load cannot parse
=begin

Caleb's revisions are the way to go.

( test_yaml2.patch & syck_scan_scalar2.patch )

Harmlessly b...

05/20/2009

02:18 AM Ruby trunk Feature #1493 (Closed): [patch] lex_state as bit field / IS_lex_state() macro
=begin
# ? Changelog:
# Represent lex_state by bit field instead of serial integer enum
# so that single or...

05/11/2009

02:48 PM Ruby trunk Bug #1457 (Closed): Some grammar rules not terminated with semicolon;
=begin
Hi,

Not really a bug.
I guess Bison forgives the omission of rule-terminating delimiters ...

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