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[00:45:16] Cork: yes, solved it! :D
[00:46:07] Cork: if anyone else needs to create an ecdsa key from its private part. https://github.com/ruby/openssl/blob/master/test/test_pkey_ec.rb#L120
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[01:23:01] hightower3: Hey, is there a way to output a backspace into a string and effectively remove the last char?
[01:23:28] baweaver: hightower3: any particular reason you'd want to?
[01:23:32] hightower3: I am not looking for #chop or so... I'm looking for something like "string #{exp}", where 'exp' would evaluate to deleting the char before it
[01:23:58] hightower3: baweaver, yeah I'm doing some templates and expansion and could use it
[01:24:10] hightower3: although I just came to a realization how to do it in a different way
[01:24:12] baweaver: what are you trying to do with it?
[01:24:16] baweaver: why do you need backspaces?
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[01:25:02] havenwood: hightower3: print "\b"
[01:25:10] hightower3: I tried it but it didn't work
[01:25:25] havenwood: hightower3: What context are you trying to do it in?
[01:25:31] baweaver: If they're doing templating that changes context a ton.
[01:25:33] havenwood: >> Thread.new { print 'hightower3'; print "\b" }
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[01:25:38] ruby[bot]: havenwood: I'm terribly sorry, I could not evaluate your code because of an error: NoMethodError:undefined method `[]' for nil:NilClass
[01:25:56] hightower3: baweaver, so that when I have a string like "content \n#{exp || "\b"}, I can either output content of exp or delete the newline
[01:25:58] havenwood: #> hightower
[01:26:12] baweaver: hence asking what and why, because it depends
[01:26:41] hightower3: havenwood, yeah I mean within a string, not on screen
[01:26:49] baweaver: then just use an if/else
[01:27:17] baweaver: Not everything has to be one line.
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[08:34:30] Cork: anyone know how to make a GOST R 34.11-94 digest in ruby?
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[09:40:37] marz_d`ghostman: How do I configure rspec so it won't exit the whole suite when my code exits? I have a test testing a failing case where my code exits, and rspec exit totally not continuing the rest of the suites
[09:42:14] phaul: you could stub/mock the exit call
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[09:48:38] marz_d`ghostman: status402: I have something like this: https://gist.github.com/marzdgzmn/399f2e469367ab157223bf45500f6943 If I stub exits it continues to trigger syn when shouldn't have to
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[09:52:03] status402: I couldn't tell ya. It honestly looks sensible enough to me.
[09:54:46] marz_d`ghostman: Yeah, the code just does what it does. I have a test not expecting for the next method to be invoked though since it will exit. Just wanted it not to end rspec though
[09:55:59] status402: Is there an alternative to just "exit" that might give you a bit more control?
[09:56:00] marz_d`ghostman: hmm, I should just test that it received exit, instead of testing not_to receive(:the_next_method)
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[09:56:24] marz_d`ghostman: nah this class will run a job, and exits if it something fails
[09:57:38] marz_d`ghostman: Is there something like allow(object). to recieve(:exit) and continue to next step though?
[09:57:55] phaul: you could .and_throw
[09:58:04] phaul: and catch it from the test
[10:00:00] phaul: allow (object).to receive(:exit).and_throw(:exit); expect { object.syn }.to throw_symbol :exit
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[16:56:12] Snorty: Learning ruby and I've seen several posts talk about the performance gain when utilizing a hash lookup instead of a using something like array.include? to identify if a value is included in an array. Would it be frowned upon to essentially generate a hash of single values for a performance gain?
[16:57:07] Snorty: For instance instead of array = [ "name1", "name2", "name3"], hash_name = { name_one: true, name_two: true, name_three: true }?
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[17:02:00] baweaver: Snorty: It's called a Set
[17:02:23] baweaver: https://ruby-doc.org/stdlib-2.5.3/libdoc/set/rdoc/Set.html
[17:04:16] Snorty: @baweaver Thank you.
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[17:20:15] Inside: A set uses a ruby hash internally anyway, iirc
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[17:25:27] maryo: Any dashing tool experts? I am trying to run dashing in windows platform and while accessing the dashing URL the application is getting stopped with an trace back. Some help would be appreciated. Here is the log https://dpaste.de/on90
[17:26:44] baweaver: Inside: shhh, don't spoil the magic/
[17:28:40] baweaver: maryo: The code helps if you can share it.
[17:28:46] Inside: maryo: Try upgrading EM to the latest (1.2.7)
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[17:32:50] Inside: actually doesn't look like em/pure_ruby has changed recently
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[17:39:15] maryo: Inside, I have upgrade eventmachine but it looks like I got two versions of evenmachine. So I tried removing one and then while starting the dashing it was saying that I need to run bundle. After running bundle its again two eventmachine with two different versions https://dpaste.de/P2Bt
[17:39:57] Inside: what does your gemfile look like?
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[17:44:02] maryo: Inside, gemfile just has source 'https://rubygems.org'
[17:44:03] maryo: gem 'dashing'
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[18:09:38] phaul: baweaver: rubydoc's been working online for a while now. You can ask it for links if you want to..
[18:09:46] rubydoc: https://ruby-doc.org/core-2.5.3/Hash.html
[18:10:02] veinofstars: Ive got a stumper: based on the order in which you assign these two variables, the range can differ: https://pastebin.com/BZeXQZ8s
[18:10:04] ruby[bot]: veinofstars: we in #ruby do not like pastebin.com, it loads slowly for most, has ads which are distracting and has terrible formatting. Please use https://gist.github.com
[18:10:57] veinofstars: does anyone know why the first example includes "now" in the range?
[18:12:28] phaul: you call DateTime.now 2x on the same line. Don't exppect it to give you the same values twice..
[18:12:39] baweaver: phaul: Ah, nice
[18:12:42] baweaver: Old habits.
[18:13:54] baweaver: veinofstars: phaul has the right of it. DateTime#now literally means now, meaning you call it twice and you get different results.
[18:13:55] baweaver: If you really want the same value, set it to a variable first.
[18:14:09] maryo: Is there a way to inform bundler to exclude specific gem from installing?
[18:14:24] baweaver: Take it out of the gemfile
[18:14:36] baweaver: Though this sounds like an issue with Windows installing a specific gem
[18:14:56] havenwood: maryo: or put it in a group and run bundler: --without=GROUP
[18:15:28] havenwood: maryo: also, remember a Gemfile is Ruby, so you can use Ruby logic in it
[18:15:51] maryo: havenwood, Ok
[18:16:15] baweaver: maryo: Which gem
[18:16:17] baweaver: and what error?
[18:16:48] baweaver: I'd be willing to bet rubyracer
[18:17:57] havenwood: gem 'therubyracer' unless Gem.win_platform?
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[18:18:07] havenwood: Though really, just install Node.js :P
[18:18:22] baweaver: Node isn't a gem, remember that as well.
[18:18:30] baweaver: I think I remember you mentioning that at one point.
[18:18:47] havenwood: baweaver: Clearly just use the Node.js Windows package manager to, mmmmmmmm....
[18:19:09] baweaver: Windows is honestly just a mess for this type of thing.
[18:19:11] havenwood: I said that terribly. I guess Windows does have Chocolatey these days.
[18:19:19] havenwood: ACTION chants WSL! WSL!
[18:19:19] baweaver: WSL helps a ton at least.
[18:19:28] maryo: baweaver, actually I wanted to run dashing in windows platform. So installed Ruby with Devkit and installed dashing gem. After starting the dashing and accessing the URl, I get this error https://dpaste.de/bJkP
[18:19:53] havenwood: maryo: Isn't smashing the modern version of dashing? I vaguely recall that.
[18:20:08] havenwood: maryo: Can you use the Windows Subsystem for Linux, to make life easier?
[18:20:11] baweaver: Unless you're hard bound to Windows, I wouldn't use it.
[18:20:33] havenwood: maryo: https://github.com/Smashing/smashing
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[18:21:10] maryo: havenwood, Windows Subsystem for Linux is not available for Windows Server 2012 / 2016 edition
[18:21:51] havenwood: maryo: Is it therubyracer you're having trouble with?
[18:22:01] havenwood: maryo: Can you install Node.js?
[18:22:55] maryo: havenwood, yep I have installed node.js
[18:23:17] havenwood: maryo: And you removed therubyracer from the Gemfile and ran?: bundle
[18:24:07] maryo: havenwood, yep true. I have already tried that. So the error in the recent pastebin is the latest oen
[18:24:41] havenwood: oh, now it's EM on Win then. aha
[18:25:08] havenwood: (i somehow didn't see the paste, i'm sick and my brain is broken)
[18:25:31] havenwood: maryo: switch `gem 'thin'` to `gem 'puma'`
[18:25:51] havenwood: guessing there's no other dep on EM
[18:26:11] maryo: havenwood, I am trying smashing. Let me check whether that works well with windows :)
[18:26:37] havenwood: maryo: looks like it also uses thin
[18:27:29] havenwood: it _should_ be possible to build EM on win though
[18:27:52] maryo: havenwood, I believe thin is a dependency of dashing. Should I remove thin and install puma manually ?
[18:28:27] havenwood: maryo: smashing should be almost identical to dashing - i don't follow the changes
[18:28:49] havenwood: maryo: yes, you can typically swap puma for thin - but i'd have to look at how {sm,d}ashing uses it
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[18:29:44] havenwood: maryo: Does this work?: gem install --platform ruby eventmachine
[18:30:02] maryo: havenwood, let me check
[18:30:26] havenwood: maryo: Getting EM working might not be too hard. Unsure.
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[18:31:57] havenwood: maryo: If not, try: gem install --platform ruby eventmachine -- --use-system-libraries
[18:34:27] havenwood: maryo: I guess `gem uninstall eventmachine` first.
[18:35:03] maryo: havenwood, I have uninstalled the eventmachine and running gem install --platform ruby eventmachine -- --use-system-libraries
[18:38:42] maryo: havenwood, I have no idea why bundler is again installing eventmachine https://dpaste.de/te6B
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[18:40:06] havenwood: maryo: Oh, right - bundler.
[18:40:27] havenwood: maryo: You could try: bundle config build.eventmachine --use-system-libraries
[18:41:37] havenwood: maryo: Looks like this issue might have more ideas for you to try: https://github.com/eventmachine/eventmachine/issues/800
[18:42:27] havenwood: It seems like EM doesn't play particularly well with Win.
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[18:49:57] maryo: havenwood, yep it seems like
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[18:55:49] maryo: havenwood, tried smashing too. But it entirely gives a different error https://dpaste.de/NahW
[18:56:33] havenwood: maryo: https://github.com/tzinfo/tzinfo/wiki/Resolving-TZInfo::DataSourceNotFound-Errors
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[19:28:13] Inside: the whole EM on windows thing is why I finally threw in the towel and started developing on windows
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[19:50:00] baweaver: Anyone remember where the options list was for `IO#foreach`? It has a partial list, but excludes certain bits.
[19:50:22] baweaver: Trying to read a binary file by a buffer size instead of by line
[19:51:45] baweaver: and would rather not do a `f = File.open(n, 'rb'); something until (b = f.read(2048)).empty?; f.close`
[19:55:33] apeiros: baweaver: ri IO.foreach?
[19:56:36] apeiros: given that there is no IO#foreach…
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[19:56:55] baweaver: I always mix those two up
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[21:57:56] Inside: ACTION gives up and creates a class called "AmalgamatedDataProvider" which pulls in all the data(tm)
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[22:13:11] mochiyoda: didn't they add something like array [index..] instead of having to do [index..-1]? or did I dream that
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[22:35:07] Radar: mochiyoda: Ruby 2.6 will have that.,
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[22:38:29] mochiyoda: Radar: ah thanks! Excellent.
[22:39:04] Radar: Ruby 2.6 will allow for ranges which are `1..`, which is equivalent to today's 1..Float::INFINTIY
[22:41:53] mochiyoda: Roger. Sounds great. Only just moved to 2.5 so I thought all those goodies I read about in the past would now be mine...
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