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07/14/2012

04:15 PM Ruby trunk Bug #6732 (Closed): documentation error in IPSocket#peeraddr
ri1.9.3 IPSocket#peeraddr
says
TCPSocket.open("www.ruby-lang.org", 80) {|sock|
p sock.peeraddr #=> ["AF_INET...

03/07/2011

11:35 PM Ruby trunk Bug #4478: hash order preservation fails on 64bit machine
=begin
~$ ruby1.9 -v
ruby 1.9.0 (2006-06-08) [x86_64-linux]
=end
07:40 PM Ruby trunk Feature #4477: Kernel:exec and backtick (`) don't work for certain system commands
=begin
Sorry, Shota, I do not understand why you recategorized this issue as a Feature.
The current behaviour of `...
06:07 PM Ruby trunk Bug #4478 (Rejected): hash order preservation fails on 64bit machine
=begin
On a 32bit machine:
~$ uname -r
2.6.32-5-686
~$ ruby1.9 -e "x={};x[:a]=1;x[:b]=2;p x"
{:a=>1, :b=>2} # ...
05:55 PM Ruby trunk Feature #4477 (Closed): Kernel:exec and backtick (`) don't work for certain system commands
From documentation and common sense, I would expect that Kernel:exec and backtick (`) work for _all_ kind of system c...

01/09/2009

08:55 PM Ruby 1.8 Bug #993: obsolete "nonblocking IO#read" used in system calls
=begin
Well, I searched in the source. The "nonblocking" warning comes from io.c:io_fread. It is issued only if
a ...
07:48 PM Ruby 1.8 Bug #993: obsolete "nonblocking IO#read" used in system calls
=begin
It is not that easy to reproduce the warning. I am issuing the `ls ..` command every ten seconds, and I get o...
07:02 PM Ruby trunk Feature #994 (Closed): Hash-order preservation should be declared a feature; documentation needs to be adapted
=begin
I would like to come back to a thread from March 2008 in comp.lang.ruby,
http://groups.google.com/group/com...
06:48 PM Ruby 1.8 Bug #993 (Closed): obsolete "nonblocking IO#read" used in system calls
=begin
Running ruby 1.8.7 under linux, from time to time I get the message
"warning: nonblocking IO#read is obsole...

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