#ruby - 29 April 2018
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[15:53:57] ruby[bot]: https://gist.github.com - Multiple files, syntax highlighting, even automatically with matching filenames, can be edited
[15:58:06] beefjoe: true, but first time it happened to me was on mac so I'll always associate it with mac
[15:58:51] beefjoe: <b> first time it happened to me was on mac so I'll always associate it with mac </b>
[17:17:19] apeiros: in case anybody else has a use for it: https://gist.github.com/apeiros/07198c3ba76e19d06e96bff386f4792a
[17:17:45] apeiros: (email validation in JS, according to spec, disallows use of comments & some cases of whitespace, though)
[17:18:18] apeiros: also only "firstname.lastname@example.org" style addresses, no "mr. foo bar <email@example.com>" style addresses
[18:03:06] apeiros: popen will combine stderr & stdout, if you need them separate, use either spawn or open3/open4 (iirc gems, maybe stdlib, not sure)
[20:53:24] aruns: Hey guys, I've asked in the Bundler forums for help, no luck so far, but does anyone know how I can run a local gem through Bundler so I can test it in a project?
[20:57:01] apeiros: well, people will have difficulty to help if the problem description is "does not seem to work"