Adventures with Ruby (February 4, 2005, 0) - This is my second day of Ruby, a programming language that is rather
popular in Japan. I’m in love. It’s now my second-favorite programming
language. (Emacs Lisp is, of course, the first.)
Yesterday’s script parsed schedule data and checked that monthly cost
and day constraints were observed. Today I wanted to visualize the verified schedule.
At first I tried working
More Ruby stuff (January 21, 2005, 0) - Poignant guide, http://ww.poignantguide.net . Possibly the weirdest introduction to a programming language that I will ever see in my life . – Dave
Also, read Why the Lucky Stiff.
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Ruby (June 8, 2006, 0) - Somewhere along the way, I seem to have turned into a Ruby geek. I
spent the day converting most of my data analysis code to Ruby because
the interactivity of the Ruby shell makes prototyping so much fun. Now
if it were more like Lisp, I would be even happier. I suppose I
_could_ freak everyone out and start
Setting up Ruby on Rails on a Redhat Enterprise Linux Rackspace Cloud Server (April 4, 2011, 4) - 1. Compile Ruby from source.
First, install all the libraries you’ll need to compile Ruby.
yum install gcc zlib libxml2-devel
yum install gcc
yum install zlib
yum install zlib-devel
yum install openssl
yum install openssl-devel
My particular application has problems with Ruby 1.9.2, so I compiled Ruby 1.8.7 instead. This can be downloaded from ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/1.8/ruby-1.8.7-p174.tar.gz