Today’s Monday freebie takes a look at two different methods for redirecting standard out and standard error – one simple and quick, one more comprehensive.
I’ve been doing a lot of pontification lately. Time for some code. Warnings are a hot topic in the Ruby community. Some folks love ’em. Some folks hate ’em. What we can all agree on is that they do us no good when loading third-party gems in strict mode overruns our output with warnings we […]
ClassNamer An automatic class name generator. I named all the classes in NoneSuch using this handy tool. tags: development io_splice – zero-copy pipe I/O for Linux and Ruby Nifty technique for high-performance IO tags: development linux ruby io The splice family of Linux system calls can transfer data between file descriptors without the need to […]
I’ve fallen off the wagon of late in learning “a language a year” (as The Pragmatic Programmer advises). I have a long list of languages to learn, but I thought I’d try and narrow it down to a top five. Here goes: * “Io”:http://www.iolanguage.com/ – the more I work in OO the more I am […]