Hiro Asari

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01/08/2015

03:10 AM Ruby trunk Bug #10700: On case-sensitive filesystem on OS X, Dir.glob("*.TXT") matches case-insensitively
Nobuyoshi Nakada wrote:
> Can you try https://github.com/nobu/ruby/compare/Bug%2310700-OSX-case-folding ?
Confirm...

01/06/2015

01:05 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10700 (Closed): On case-sensitive filesystem on OS X, Dir.glob("*.TXT") matches case-insensi...
My Mac has the disk reformatted so that it is case-sensitive (HFS+):
~~~
$ touch foo.txt foo.TXT FOO.txt FOO.TXT
...

09/08/2013

12:26 PM Ruby trunk Bug #8877 (Closed): OptionParser::Version should not rely on SVN
=begin
Currently, (({OptionParser::Version})) is ((<defined|URL:https://github.com/ruby/ruby/blob/2b44bbf/lib/optpar...

04/01/2013

12:56 PM Ruby trunk Bug #8195: Time-dependent tests
On a second thought, this seems to be a poorly chosen "example". You can close this ticket. If I come across a better...
10:21 AM Ruby trunk Bug #8195 (Rejected): Time-dependent tests
There are some tests that depend on timing of the execution, and fail sporadically.
I have not surveyed the entire...

03/28/2013

09:32 PM Ruby trunk Bug #8180 (Closed): Backport r39967 to 1.9.3 and 2.0.x
Please backport this bug fix to these branches.
Thank you.
09:16 AM Ruby trunk Bug #8173: 2-arg form of Time.at can take a Time as either argument
Can I request it? I would like to implement the intended, more correct behavior in JRuby.
07:29 AM Ruby trunk Bug #8173: 2-arg form of Time.at can take a Time as either argument
What is the reason not to?
05:00 AM Ruby trunk Bug #8173: 2-arg form of Time.at can take a Time as either argument
Will this be backported to 1.9.x?

03/27/2013

12:30 PM Ruby trunk Bug #8173 (Closed): 2-arg form of Time.at can take a Time as either argument
http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-2.0/Time.html#method-c-at shows 3 forms of invocation:
at(time) → time click to toggl...

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