- Registered on: 06/11/2008
- Last connection: 04/23/2015
Reported issues: 23
- 04:01 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10941 (Closed): SIGSEGV caused by Rake on Windows
- Ruby 2.2.1
Compiled with VS 2013
I'm getting a segfault when trying to run the default (test) task for...
- 10:28 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10906: Problem building on Solaris 10 - symbol rb_infinity not found
- I don't know what to tell you. For anyone reading this, to get around it I did this:
- 06:18 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10712: [PATCH] lib/resolv.rb: consider ENETUNREACH as ResolvTimeout
- Isn't that what the -l switch is for?
- 06:46 AM Ruby trunk Bug #10906: Problem building on Solaris 10 - symbol rb_infinity not found
- I didn't send any options to configure.
>/usr/ccs/bin/nm numeric.o | grep infinity
- 09:49 AM Ruby trunk Bug #10906 (Closed): Problem building on Solaris 10 - symbol rb_infinity not found
ruby 2.2.0 current stable
I did configure/make, and it works until it tries to generat...
- 10:13 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10858 (Closed): File.expand_path on Windows does not handle drive-current path if 2nd arg is...
- On Windows, if the first argument to File.expand_path is a drive-current path, and the dir argument is relative, you ...
- 08:05 PM Ruby trunk Feature #4712: File.writable? inaccurate in windows
- Use win32-file if you want a working File.writable? on Windows.
- 06:41 AM Ruby trunk Bug #10815: Dir.foreach in block form does not allow encoding
- I guess I'm not sure at what point or why the return type started governing function prototypes, but ok.
- 10:41 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10815: Dir.foreach in block form does not allow encoding
- Ok, but that seems a strange way to declare the function prototype. Compare that with Dir.entries, which does give yo...
- 10:11 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10815: Dir.foreach in block form does not allow encoding
- I should also note that the method does not appear to do any sort of type or arity checking. I'm not sure if that's i...
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