24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector



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You probably heard of prompts like : juno ~/ src/ zsh ; (or just ; if you are hardcore-minimalist) which have the benefit that you can copy the whole line in your terminal emulator and just paste it to run it again: : juno ~/src/zsh ; grep -r bindkey . : juno ~/src/zsh ; : juno ~/src/zsh ; grep -r bindkey .

The : will nicely gobble up (almost) everything until the ; . But the paste keeps repeating the prompt, which is ugly, and I don't like to have the : and ; in my prompt really. …

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By Ray Drainville of Falling Leaves - Home over 1 year ago.

Obama has won a second term pretty decisively. I cannot tell you how happy I am.

Soon there will be time for bipartisanship. But that time is not now.


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By interblah.net of interblah.net 2 years ago.

Children's Hospice Association Scotland , which is the charity that SRC has supported via its charity day workshops.

And with that, I'm putting the final nail in the coffin of this conversation. I am now silent on the issue. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing . Enjoy your t-shirts and swag!

I don't think I was very successful in communicating my point (which I won't re-iterate here), and I don't think I'm …

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By Claudio of DevInterface Blog 2 years ago.

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So - pretty exciting stuff, for us at least - Amazon Dynamo DB (previously mentioned here ) - has now seen the light of day, and is appearing within the console. Instructions are linked from within the console.

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By Ray Drainville of Falling Leaves - Home over 2 years ago.

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Jon Gruber also referred to the commencement address. Here's a quote he pulled from it :

Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything—all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things …

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On Article RSS Feed 3 years ago.

SRC but it's not the same talk that he's giving to us, so if you are going to SRC don't miss his talk thinking you'll catch it at LRUG when you get home.

Elise Huard: Ruby goes to hollywood

Elise Huard is going to give us a talk about:

A brief overview of the state of concurrency in Ruby, concurrency models used in other languages, and why actors might be the way to go.


After all this we'll head to The Slaughtered Lamb to …

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By David of Riding Rails - home over 3 years ago.

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Thank you, Ruby on Rails community, from Central African Republic.

We raised almost $ 40,000. Enough for 1,800 people to get clean water. What an amazing achievement. Thanks to everyone who helped get us there, whether your donation was small or large.

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By Stefano of DevInterface Blog over 3 years ago.

cd ~ / src

Download the latest version available at the time of writing this tutorial:


curl -O http: // ftp2.it.postgresql.org / mirrors / postgres / source / v8.4.4 / postgresql-8.4.4.tar.gz

Step 3: Compile and Install

Build and install PostgreSQL with the following commands:







tar -zvxf postgresql-8.4.4.tar.gz

rm postgresql-8.4.4.tar.gz

cd postgresql-8.4.4

. / configure --prefix = / usr / local / postgresql-8.4.4

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By pete of Unspace Blog over 3 years ago.

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The fifth episode came out today and features the famed/notorious Unspace roof patio in an extended cameo:

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