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2017-06-21

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2017-06-18

[18:48:59] matugm: pvsukale, I think this is a good introduction to what you want to do :) http://www.blackbytes.info/2016/02/exploring-mri/
[19:44:56] matugm: enpty_cups, it should work if you are using it inside a describe block (for RSpec-like syntax). Otherwise use a setup method to define your instance variable.
[19:45:15] matugm: *empty_cup

2017-06-17

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[15:30:28] matugm: So I'm looking at the method cache implementation in MRI & I see that for a cache entry to be valid both the Global state & the class serial have to match.
[15:30:35] matugm: ent->method_state == GET_GLOBAL_METHOD_STATE() && ent->class_serial == RCLASS_SERIAL(klass)
[15:30:48] matugm: If that's the case, then why they are different values?
[16:13:11] matugm: matthewd: Yes, they do, but I'm trying to understand why.
[16:25:07] matugm: matthewd: I see, thanks for the answer :)

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2015-04-21

[15:09:16] matugm: ninjs, you don't need that "else next"
[15:13:04] matugm: Ninjs, have you tried wrapping the File.rename witha begin ... rescue ... end?
[15:17:02] matugm: ninjs, yes. Does that work?
[15:32:47] matugm: ninjs, I refactored your code into a class: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/64ac76382a6ac8bd27e4 What do you think? :)
[16:41:34] matugm: "gPUFOxZsadgWl7ohETxnP4NyrKA=" Looks like Base64
[20:23:10] matugm: codeschool?
[20:23:38] matugm: https://www.railstutorial.org/book

2015-04-16

[14:57:17] matugm: That's an object, not an array.
[14:58:06] matugm: Yell, having an array of objects is fine :)

2015-04-15

[20:53:30] matugm: .compact?

2015-04-14

[20:12:30] matugm: Ellis check this out: https://github.com/matugm/ruby-algorithms/blob/master/luhn.rb I think that's what you are trying to do.

2015-04-10

[13:18:09] matugm: BeeninJailTwice, hi
[13:19:34] matugm: You already said it :P
[13:20:26] matugm: not a freenode thing, node devs are weird ;)
[13:22:42] matugm: Beening, don't worry about it, is there something we can help you with?
[22:06:40] matugm: http://ruby-doc.org/core-2.1.0/Struct.html
[23:18:49] matugm: Ellis, it's a data format. You can use it to store configuration settings for your app and such.
[23:24:53] matugm: Ellis, config/database.yml and config/secret.yml are two examples of yml files in Rails

2015-04-09

[01:44:40] matugm: porfa, I guess you could just call "exit!" and that would do it. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19007487/can-i-stop-sinatra-from-within-a-sinatra-application
[01:44:52] matugm: hi zeroasterix :)
[01:47:38] matugm: You could also try rubymonk.com
[17:22:06] matugm: latemus: https://www.blackbytes.info/2015/03/caesar-cipher-in-ruby/
[20:06:53] matugm: How about Redis?