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[04:46:06] ericmathison: Is there any special reason that the rails guides demonstrate using the rails command with `bin/rails` when just using `rails` is actually executing the `bin/rails` binstub anyway?
[04:51:11] ericmathison: Oh, yikes. Even though it's using bundler?
[04:52:40] ericmathison: Hmm. I thought using the rails command actually was eqivalent to running `bundle exec rails`
[04:54:01] ericmathison: ok. good to know. thanks. miss seeing you around the meetup by the way. take care!
[05:24:54] ericmathison: havenwood: I checked out an old version of my app that uses rails 5.1.5, ran rails -v and it says 5.1.5 even though I have rails 5.2.0 installed. For example https://gist.github.com/ericmathison/eaf781bcf467f929c7503a2901373577
[05:25:01] ericmathison: not using rvm either

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[04:27:16] ericmathison: nchambers: Did you define Clihub::VERSION twice? I assume you are referring to already initialized constant warning?
[04:29:13] ericmathison: nchambers: is the code available to look at?
[05:31:04] ericmathison: nchambers: this suggests that your warning might be related to using RVM: https://github.com/flori/json/issues/177
[05:31:47] ericmathison: for what it's worth, i'm on chruby and didn't get any warning when I ran clihub
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2014-12-21

[05:49:00] ericmathison: Before I post a bug report to bugs.ruby-lang.org, would someone mind double checking my assumption that &$ was supposed to be $& on line 4216 of string.c?
[05:49:03] ericmathison: https://github.com/ruby/ruby/blob/trunk/string.c#L4216
[05:50:11] ericmathison: oh, and bugs.ruby-lang.org is the correct place to report these sort of documentation errors right?

2014-08-04

[01:40:28] ericmathison: just branstorming. how about conjoined test failure
[01:40:35] ericmathison: or coupled test failure

2014-08-03

[06:11:16] ericmathison: I'm having some trouble understanding the result of: (~0b10).to_s(2)
[06:11:29] ericmathison: I would expect the result to be the string '1'
[06:12:15] ericmathison: what am i missing? the tilde flips each bit of a ixnum right?
[06:14:53] ericmathison: ari-_-e: it isn't? how so?
[06:16:02] ericmathison: I'm not sure :) Do the zeros count?
[06:16:23] ericmathison: ari-_-e: two bits then?
[06:17:08] ericmathison: no, i don't think so
[06:22:52] ericmathison: ari-_-e: ok. it says they are integers that can be represented by a native machine word minus one. maybe i'm missing something more fundamental though since in my current frame of thinking (~0b00000010).to_s(2) and (~0b10).to_s(2) would return '1'.
[06:23:39] ericmathison: oh. even the leading zeros?
[06:25:10] ericmathison: ari-_-e: In that case, wouldn't something like (~0b00000010).to_s(2) return '11111101'?
[06:27:29] ericmathison: that's what's got me confused i think
[06:27:35] ericmathison: what's a sign bit?
[06:34:14] ericmathison: I think this all is making more sense to me now. thanks ari-_-e and Hanmac
[06:36:49] ericmathison: the "%b" % (~0b10) ouput combined with ari-_-e's explanitory comment clears alot up for me. Thanks!
[06:38:21] ericmathison: ari-_-e: thanks i'll take a look

2014-07-13

[06:01:17] ericmathison: lng: File.dirname returns everything but the last section of that path. For example:
[06:01:36] ericmathison: >> File.dirname('/home/lng/ruby_test_dir')

2014-03-14

[05:18:53] ericmathison: Probably missing something obvious here... I would expect "foobar\n"[/ar\n\Z/] to return nil since \Z is supposed to match just before a final newline if one exists. So why does it return "ar\n"?
[05:24:43] ericmathison: but don't the docs say that if there is a final new line that \Z matches before it? how can the \Z match if it comes after the position it is supposed to match?
[05:26:10] ericmathison: in other words, it seems like the docs are saying that if there is a final newline, don't match the end of the string. match the position before the final character
[05:27:50] ericmathison: which means i should get nil, right?
[05:28:54] ericmathison: so, the statement that "If string ends with a newline, it matches just before newline
[05:31:03] ericmathison: so is the statement that "If a string ends with a newline, it matches just before the newline" only correct when not trying to match a newline?
[05:37:15] ericmathison: Ok. If I follow correctly, that means the docs could probably stand to be worded a little better?
[05:38:01] ericmathison: or am is still missing it?
[05:40:53] ericmathison: ok. true. :) Thanks for your time. Your wording help me.
[05:42:01] ericmathison: I guess, I was mostly trying to find a possible scenario where i would use \Z over \z
[05:44:19] ericmathison: ok, i see how that would be helpeful

2013-09-08

[07:39:24] ericmathison: Trudko: I'm certainly no expert but it is a routing error so would you mind posting your routes.rb as well? Maybe that will help someone spot the problem.