12 Feb '12, 11pm

Wondering how debug in Ruby? Check this out!

Wondering how debug in Ruby? Check this out!

Interesting Anecdote: Today, I was with a customer trying to debug cruisecontrol.rb. He uses NetBeans (which was the GUI debugger I referred to above that was pretty nice). However, we couldn't get the debugger to breakpoint after a couple of minutes trying, so we used ruby-debug, which worked fine. In my totally biased and unscientific experience, ruby GUI debuggers seem to have problems with code that issues system calls (backticks, system(), IO.popen, etc). ruby-debug seems to handle this stuff better.

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Ruby 1.9.3-p125 をリリースした

ruby-lang.org 16 Feb '12, 12pm

a security fixes of the Ruby OpenSSL extension . And many bugs are fixed in this release.

linecache gem ruby 1.9 compatibility:

isitruby19.com 12 Feb '12, 11pm

This using ruby-head (at the time) ruby 1.9.2-p180. Wasn't working at first. Was failing with the following exception: ---...

Do you know Ruby Doctest?

rubylearning.com 11 Feb '12, 7pm

USAGE: rubydoctest [options] rubydoctest parses Ruby files (.rb) or DocTest files (.doctest) for irb-style sessions in com...

Ruby 1.9.3-p125 and 1.8.7-p358 have been released

ruby-lang.org 16 Feb '12, 12pm

Security Fix for Ruby OpenSSL module: Allow "0/n splitting" as a prevention for the TLS BEAST attack. Denial of service at...

any ruby gems for /programmes other than

rubygems.org 14 Feb '12, 3pm

Ruby client library for the BBC Programmes website.

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rubyflow.com 16 Feb '12, 10pm

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Static analysis for your Ruby code with Pelusa

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Static analysis for your Ruby code with Pelusa Posted by codegram on February 14, 2012 — 0 comments We just launched Pelus...

this is freaking awesome, stumbled across it to...

isitruby19.com 12 Feb '12, 11pm

The Ruby community needs your help. Install Ruby 1.9.1 then try out your favourite gems and provide feedback here. We can ...