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2018-07-17

[01:00:18] mistergibson: openstruct: do you use celluloid and fibers at the same time?
[01:02:00] mistergibson: openstruct: can you keep it from using fibers - the celluloid guide warns of using them.
[01:02:59] mistergibson: openstruct: odd that - ok, I dunno then
[01:04:20] mistergibson: openstruct: np
[18:03:51] mistergibson: Alec: Fibers are co-routines
[18:04:24] mistergibson: Alec: you can pause/resume them
[18:06:49] mistergibson: I believe there is a call like current.fiber()
[18:07:08] mistergibson: lets you grasp and manipulate the fiber you're running in
[18:08:12] mistergibson: Alec: Here is the reference for it: https://ruby-doc.org/core-2.5.1/Fiber.html
[18:08:29] mistergibson: note the current and pause methods
[18:08:42] mistergibson: as well as yield
[18:09:10] mistergibson: not pause - sorry, : resume
[18:10:44] mistergibson: Alec: yeah, it is the closest thing to a co-routine ruby offers me thinks
[18:11:12] mistergibson: Alec: I've found the combo of threads and fibers to be very powerful and flexible
[18:13:02] mistergibson: Alec: right, I wrote into my event management a scheme where you could pause(<seconds>) a fiber running

2018-07-11

[17:07:23] mistergibson: I wrote a db system - it wasn't so bad

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[05:31:49] mistergibson: anyone use qml gem here?

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[21:29:16] mistergibson: anyone here use ruby-qml?

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2015-06-01

[16:56:18] mistergibson: I have had great results from using sequel gem - makes db handling easy

2015-05-31

[02:37:50] mistergibson: ScriptGeek : you might try MyHash[:key] = &method(:the_method_name)
[02:37:55] mistergibson: just off the top of my head

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2015-05-13

[00:09:12] mistergibson: mwlang: might look into celluloid

2015-05-12

[23:51:25] mistergibson: mwlang: I agree - it makes sql truly easy
[23:51:47] mistergibson: and you can always DB.run("") straight raw sql if you have to

2015-03-30

[05:09:59] mistergibson: NetBeans version 7.1.2 only is capable of using a Ruby coding module - that's what I use
[05:10:15] mistergibson: I love NetBeans
[05:12:11] mistergibson: DeathCode: I have found that using the plugin works best. I does a great job of parsing Ruby
[05:22:01] mistergibson: DeathCode: not to my knowledge

2015-03-03

[19:28:10] mistergibson: is it wise to do byte-pattern matching with Regex? If so, anyone got a cheetsheet, I suck at regex
[19:28:45] mistergibson: jhass, I was wondering about doing pattern matching to identify file headers
[19:29:07] mistergibson: I can get the bytes, but I was looking into using regex for quick pattern matching
[19:30:09] mistergibson: jhass, I'd look those up prior of course
[19:31:08] mistergibson: jhass, for instance: file that begins with FEFF0CB1
[19:32:24] mistergibson: jhass, ok - it is a byte pattern on the header of a file. I plan to sample the first 4K of the file and see if I can find the pattern that I already know for that file format - see?
[19:33:21] mistergibson: jhass, I just don't know how to do hex matching in regex
[19:35:43] mistergibson: jhass, well, I'd rather use regex because I may have to sift though some bytes

2014-08-02

[22:08:41] mistergibson: I wish ruby would take code examples from OpenJDK, a fine working example, and implement true threads. It would kick ass then.
[23:24:43] mistergibson: [0, 1, 2, 3].pop => 0
[23:33:46] mistergibson: err.. => 3 - I'm smoking dope