Ruby-Talk Index

here’s a one nighter coding challange for some one feeling the need to
code.

Given the whole the ruby-talk mailing list and a set of keywords, write
a script to automatically generate a web-site with a main page of an
index of those key words linked to the message to which they most
pertain.

i thought of this b/c at times, and i’m sure we’ve all done it, people
will ask questions that have already be answered. it would be nice if
there was an easy way to look for those.

~transami

Hi,

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In message “Ruby-Talk Index” on 02/07/26, Tom Sawyer transami@transami.net writes:

Given the whole the ruby-talk mailing list and a set of keywords, write
a script to automatically generate a web-site with a main page of an
index of those key words linked to the message to which they most
pertain.

Visit www.ruby-talk.com

						matz.

i have. i always get 0 results on all my searches.

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On Thu, 2002-07-25 at 23:50, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

Visit www.ruby-talk.com


~transami

Hi,

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In message “Re: Ruby-Talk Index” on 02/07/26, Tom Sawyer transami@transami.net writes:

Visit www.ruby-talk.com

i have. i always get 0 results on all my searches.

I guess that means you came up with fresh ideas. :wink:

Seriously I always get more than 0 results. What was your keywords
specified?

						matz.

I have no idea what the Namazu search engine is running from but if you
did get 0 results that means you got a good idea not yet discussed. What
were the words you used?

Jerome Gotangco

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-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Sawyer transami@transami.net
To: ruby-talk@ruby-lang.org (ruby-talk ML)
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 14:56:00 +0900
Subject: Re: Ruby-Talk Index

On Thu, 2002-07-25 at 23:50, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

Visit www.ruby-talk.com

i have. i always get 0 results on all my searches.


~transami

You may find better results with searching google.

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Google

Jim

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On Fri, Jul 26, 2002 at 02:56:00PM +0900, Tom Sawyer wrote:

On Thu, 2002-07-25 at 23:50, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

Visit www.ruby-talk.com

i have. i always get 0 results on all my searches.


~transami


Jim Freeze
If only I had something clever to say for my comment…
~

thanks for the laugh. i went back and tried again. still no
results…or so i thought! turns out the lover frame kept being placed
high up on the screen. just enough to make it look like no results ever
got returned. i kept expecting the results to show up on the lower
frame! anyway i got it now. thank goodness! is that frame supposed to be
that high?

~tom

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On Fri, 2002-07-26 at 00:01, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

Hi,

In message “Re: Ruby-Talk Index” > on 02/07/26, Tom Sawyer transami@transami.net writes:

Visit www.ruby-talk.com

i have. i always get 0 results on all my searches.

I guess that means you came up with fresh ideas. :wink:

Seriously I always get more than 0 results. What was your keywords
specified?

  					matz.


~transami

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Thanks for that, Jim.

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.

Cheers

Dave

Great Dave. I just tried it, but nothing comes up.
I think, unless you have a “search” pane, you should
change the target to “_blank”. That will bring
up a new page.

Jim

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On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 10:22:17PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Thanks for that, Jim.

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.


Jim Freeze
If only I had something clever to say for my comment…
~

I think it’s broken. This is what http://www.rubygarden.org/ looks
like right now:

Parse error: parse error, unexpected ‘<’ in /var/www/rubygarden/html/themes/Default/header.php on line 71

[ All | General | Future shock | Libraries | Ports | Web stuff | People | Perl and Python and | RCR ]

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: themeindex() in /var/www/rubygarden/html/index.php on line 164

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On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 10:22:17PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

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On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 10:22:17PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Thanks for that, Jim.

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.

Great Dave. I just tried it, but nothing comes up.
I think, unless you have a “search” pane, you should
change the target to “_blank”. That will bring
up a new page.

Hmm. On Netscape and IE, the first time you reference a page it creates
it. It then reuses it each time. With _blank I get a new page every
time. What browser are you using?

Cheers

Dave

Philip Mak pmak@animeglobe.com writes:

I think it’s broken. This is what http://www.rubygarden.org/ looks
like right now:

“Rich Kilmer” rich@infoether.com writes:

Um…something really bad happened to RubyGarden…

Me.

I was halfway through a change and then had to go resolve World
War III down in the living room.

Try again

Dave

I am using IE on Max OSX.

The _blank does not work on my browser either, but I am not sure
why. This code works elsewhere. Is there something special about
its location in rubygarden? Is it in a frame?

I thought the original “search” target was the cause, but seeing
that it may be due to something else, your original solution
of having searches return to the same page each time may be
the affect you want.

Yes, the _blank will bring up a new page each time.

Jim

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On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 11:10:52PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 10:22:17PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Thanks for that, Jim.

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.

Great Dave. I just tried it, but nothing comes up.
I think, unless you have a “search” pane, you should
change the target to “_blank”. That will bring
up a new page.

Hmm. On Netscape and IE, the first time you reference a page it creates
it. It then reuses it each time. With _blank I get a new page every
time. What browser are you using?


Jim Freeze
If only I had something clever to say for my comment…
~

Um…something really bad happened to RubyGarden…

From: dave@thomases.com [mailto:dave@thomases.com] On Behalf Of Dave
Thomas
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2002 10:11 AM
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: Ruby-Talk Index

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

Just add the following code to your personal home page:

Thanks for that, Jim.

I’ve added it to the RubyGarden side menu too.

Great Dave. I just tried it, but nothing comes up.
I think, unless you have a “search” pane, you should
change the target to “_blank”. That will bring
up a new page.

Hmm. On Netscape and IE, the first time you reference a page it
creates

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-----Original Message-----

On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 10:22:17PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:
it. It then reuses it each time. With _blank I get a new page every
time. What browser are you using?

Cheers

Dave

All is working for me now.
What did you do?

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Jim Freeze
If only I had something clever to say for my comment…
~

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

All is working for me now.
What did you do?

There was an unintentional nested form (my fault), which Netscape
handled and IE didn’t.

Thanks again for the neat little hac.

Dave

This is better than a neat little hac…it really is a wonderful
addition to RubyGarden. Thanks for both of your efforts!

Hope WWW turn out OK :wink:

-rich

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-----Original Message-----
From: dave@thomases.com [mailto:dave@thomases.com] On Behalf Of Dave
Thomas
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2002 11:09 AM
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: Ruby-Talk Index

Jim Freeze jfreeze@freebsdportal.com writes:

All is working for me now.
What did you do?

There was an unintentional nested form (my fault), which Netscape
handled and IE didn’t.

Thanks again for the neat little hac.

Dave