Roger Pack

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01/27/2014

10:35 PM ruby-trunk Feature #3333: mkmf (have|find)_cxx_header
could I request an update on this please?

06/14/2013

10:24 PM Ruby 1.8 Bug #6383: Segfault in Timeout module when compiled with GCC 4.7
(thanks for the workaround phasis68). Does this occur with gcc 4.8 anyone know? (i.e. was it a bug in 4.7 now fixed ...

05/02/2013

10:50 PM CommonRuby Feature #7701: Non-optional (required) keyword args
(Same question as Charles) this will be included with 2.1 (I didn't see it in this list, but assume it will anyway? h...

04/05/2013

01:51 AM ruby-trunk Feature #7292: Enumerable#to_h
+1 from me. Sometimes after converting from an array to a hash I want to "convert back" to a hash and inevitably I r...

02/01/2013

02:31 AM ruby-trunk Feature #7763 (Closed): add Win32::Registry#values
hello.
In today's Win32::Registry objects, we have
#num_keys, #keys, #num_values
(and no #values method, but ...

10/27/2012

06:35 AM ruby-trunk Bug #7070 (Third Party's Issue): sometimes backticks can fail to return data
I'm going to guess for now that this is a windows bug (or cmd.exe bug)--when you run cmd.exe and it also includes red...

10/12/2012

03:10 AM Backport93 Backport #7143 (Closed): system("ls && ls") should work in windows
Hello.
Since windows "on the command line" supports &&, I believe this should work for ruby system commands.
It a...

09/28/2012

05:45 PM ruby-trunk Bug #7070: sometimes backticks can fail to return data
yes in the few limited tests I've tried (I still need to try a c-based popen that also spawn a new cmd shell IIRC) I ...
04:43 PM ruby-trunk Feature #7082: Process.kill 0 in windows can return spurious success
I see that the current way in windows somewhat mimic's how it operates in Unix (process is a zombie, so still respond...
04:29 PM ruby-trunk Feature #7082 (Assigned): Process.kill 0 in windows can return spurious success
>> a = IO.popen('ls "."', 'w')
=> #<IO:fd 4>
>> a.pid
=> 2104
>> Process.kill 0, 2104
=> 1 # should raise an exc...

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