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[18:45:28] Freeaqingme: Hi folks. I'm trying to do some stuff with timezones. I'm on 1.9.3, I require 'date'. But things like this gives me nothing but "undefined method utc": now = DateTime.now.utc
[18:45:35] Freeaqingme: how should I get the time in a certain tz?
[18:48:50] Freeaqingme: jhass: hmz, I'm not. I was under the impression date would be just dates, whereas datetimes would be a date+time. Thought I'd also tested with 'date', but I guess not

2014-09-14

[21:15:05] Freeaqingme: Hi. I want to remove all elements from a hash that start with a specific string (a substring). How can I do that?
[21:17:02] Freeaqingme: centrx, awesome. tnx
[21:26:15] Freeaqingme: centrx, it should work the same with keys, right? I'm using this, but it doesn't seem to work yet (still debugging though...): hash.reject { |k,v| k.start_with?(substring) }
[21:28:12] Freeaqingme: shevy, I'm trying to rule things out. But it's behind many layers of puppet encapsulation. Hence I was wondering if it was supposed to work in the first place based on keys. Which I'd guess it would
[21:28:58] Freeaqingme: shevy, first returns a new value, second manipulates it in place?
[21:30:09] Freeaqingme: shevy, I'm running my puppet run again. That may very well be/have been it
[21:34:50] Freeaqingme: shevy, I'm able to do most of it in separate files first. But Puppet doesn't support removing elements from an array (each variable is considered immutable). So this is what I'm doing right now: $discard_service = inline_template('<%= @exported_services.reject!{ |k,v| k.start_with?(scope.lookupvar("::fqdn") + "-") } %>')
[21:34:55] Freeaqingme: That gives you an idea ;)
[21:35:37] Freeaqingme: ericwood, I know. I'm there as well. My question however was a specific ruby question

2013-11-03

[00:34:32] Freeaqingme: hi; I've been desperately trying to install therubyracer, but without much success as of yet. Does anyone have any clue on how to install it?
[00:34:40] Freeaqingme: http://pastebin.com/pY4Qhw4J
[00:35:38] Freeaqingme: For those preferring pastie: http://pastie.org/8451410
[01:16:40] Freeaqingme: misutowolf, if not, what kind of spam protections did you have in mind?
[02:00:32] Freeaqingme: but most people have gone to bed
[02:00:38] Freeaqingme: and I dont know the answer ;)
[02:14:45] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, you're using subversion? Join #svn
[02:14:54] Freeaqingme: but you may want to consider Git as well ( #git )
[02:15:13] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, for many it's like night
[02:15:32] Freeaqingme: in 12 hours (or even 36, when it's monday) it will be more crowdier
[02:15:45] Freeaqingme: there's your answer ;)
[02:16:08] Freeaqingme: be quick, I'm about to run out
[02:17:22] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, use Git. Join github.com
[02:17:41] Freeaqingme: they've got a fairly simple interface and lots of understandable howtos and software
[02:18:16] Freeaqingme: never heard of 'em
[02:18:21] Freeaqingme: it definitely aint mainstream
[02:19:26] Freeaqingme: they use svn though, that is more common. However, SVN is considered somewhat outdated
[02:24:02] Freeaqingme: if you're using windows, you may like this: http://windows.github.com/
[02:24:56] Freeaqingme: no, I'd say there's git and mercurial, versus svn and cvs
[02:25:10] Freeaqingme: and some nonopensource things as well
[02:25:25] Freeaqingme: there's bazaar as well btw
[02:25:32] Freeaqingme: but really, keep it easy, go for Git
[02:26:36] Freeaqingme: https://help.github.com/articles/set-up-git#platform-windows
[02:26:49] Freeaqingme: (see the header on top ('skip the guide'...)
[02:26:58] Freeaqingme: I guess for beginners the github help is really good
[02:27:13] Freeaqingme: <Freeaqingme> no, I'd say there's git and mercurial, versus svn and cvs
[02:27:21] Freeaqingme: jrobeson, how's mercurial not in there? ;)
[02:28:01] Freeaqingme: only reason for not recommending mercurial is that there's more folks using git.So for beginners I think it would be easier to get support
[02:29:06] Freeaqingme: maybe we should tell him to use git, just to make sure
[02:31:04] Freeaqingme: DanBoy, will the difference matter for beginners? I mean, only launchpad users use bazaar, and you'll not be using that spectacular git-specific features for beginning git/github users?
[02:34:14] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, you can just sign up here: https://github.com/
[02:34:36] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, what I've seen once it provides a fancy looking gui
[02:35:03] Freeaqingme: Da|wo, the moment you feel you're missing something you just switch over to linux, and unleash the full power and potential