How to suppress World Writable message


(Jim Freeze) #1

Hi

Matz mentioned that to supress the world writable message
(other than to actually fix the problem) was to use the
’-W0’ option when calling ruby. (#!/usr/bin/ruby -W0)

Is there a way to set this inside ruby?

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Jim Freeze


#2

Hi

Matz mentioned that to supress the world writable message
(other than to actually fix the problem) was to use the
’-W0’ option when calling ruby. (#!/usr/bin/ruby -W0)

Is there a way to set this inside ruby?

$-w = nil
works for me.

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Jim Freeze jim@freeze.org wrote:


Jim Freeze

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(Jim Freeze) #3

Thanks. I guess I didn’t try enough cases:

ruby -W0 -e 'p $-w’
nil
ruby -W1 -e 'p $-w’
false
ruby -W2 -e 'p $-w’
true
ruby -W3 -e 'p $-w’
true

BTW, is there a more readable version instead of the Perlism?

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On Tuesday, 17 February 2004 at 23:04:53 +0900, fmccor@inforead.com wrote:

Jim Freeze jim@freeze.org wrote:

Hi

Matz mentioned that to supress the world writable message
(other than to actually fix the problem) was to use the
’-W0’ option when calling ruby. (#!/usr/bin/ruby -W0)

Is there a way to set this inside ruby?

$-w = nil
works for me.


Jim Freeze

History is curious stuff
You’d think by now we had enough
Yet the fact remains I fear
They make more of it every year.


(WATANABE Hirofumi) #4

Hi,

Jim Freeze jim@freeze.org writes:

ruby -W0 -e 'p $-w’
nil
ruby -W1 -e 'p $-w’
false
ruby -W2 -e 'p $-w’
true
ruby -W3 -e 'p $-w’
true

BTW, is there a more readable version instead of the Perlism?

% ruby -W0 -e 'p $VERBOSE’
nil
% ruby -W1 -e 'p $VERBOSE’
false
% ruby -W2 -e 'p $VERBOSE’
true

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