Visual ruby

I just want to find the Visual Ruby project, and find this page:

http://www.activestate.com/Corporate/Copyright.html

That’s why this project called VisualuRuby or sg. like that?

That’s very interesting. Can you trademark a product that doesn’t exist?
Or do they have something in the works?

I just noticed Komodo 2.0 beta - anyone know if it supports Ruby?

Regards,

Dan

My limited understanding: You don’t “trademark a product.”

A trademark is a name, an entity in itself. If you own a
trademark, and you have a product named that… well, you
have the right to use that name for that product. But you
don’t have to have an associated product in order to own a
trademark.

Someone correct me if this is wrong.

As an analogy, some companies (whom I won’t name) will
register domains like “verizonsucks.com” just to keep
anyone else from registering it. But there won’t necessarily
be a web site there.

Which will lead certain magazines (which won’t be
named) to register incredibly long domains like:
VerizonShouldSpendLessMoneyOnLawyersAndMoreMoneyImprovingTheirNetworks.com

Hal

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----- Original Message -----
From: “Berger, Daniel” djberge@qwest.com
To: “ruby-talk ML” ruby-talk@ruby-lang.org
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 12:02 PM
Subject: RE: visual ruby

I just want to find the Visual Ruby project, and find this page:

http://www.activestate.com/Corporate/Copyright.html

That’s why this project called VisualuRuby or sg. like that?

That’s very interesting. Can you trademark a product that doesn’t exist?
Or do they have something in the works?

Hi there,

I’d like to generate the test data in Ruby for a c program and test it. Has
anyone tried to do it? Can you give me some ideas? What do you think is the
best way to do it ?Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Maggie

Which will lead certain magazines (which won’t be
named) to register incredibly long domains like:
VerizonShouldSpendLessMoneyOnLawyersAndMoreMoneyImprovingTheirNetworks.com

And as they always say this will happen very soon, they also registered
www.verizoon.com

:slight_smile:

Mikkel

In article 000801c26032$47a23800$1800000a@ee.ualberta.ca,

Hi there,

I’d like to generate the test data in Ruby for a c program and test it. Has
anyone tried to do it? Can you give me some ideas? What do you think is the
best way to do it ?Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Could you give some more details?

One guess would be that this is a standalone C program that takes some
input on the command line, like:

foo -name Fred -title Coder

and then does something meaningful with the input.

You could, in Ruby generate command lines like:

results = foo -name #{name} -title #{occupation}

Then you could check the results string…

However, without more details it’s kind’a hard to say.

If you actually want to access your C code from within Ruby and then do
all of your testing inside of Ruby you could use swig
(http://www.swig.org)…Why do I feel like that duck in the AFLAC
commercial? Instead of ‘AFLAC’ I say ‘Swig’.

Phil

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Maggie Xiao mxiao@ee.ualberta.ca wrote:

Sorry I didn’t express my problem correctly.
My problem is generate a set of test cases automatically in Ruby, and use it
to test the c program get the statement coverage which should be pass to
ruby, the ruby program supposed to use a search method to generate the
better test cases to test the c program again untill find the best test
cases which can fullly cover all of the statements… That means the input of
c program should be generated from ruby and the result of statement coverage
should be passed to ruby.

Maggie

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----- Original Message -----
From: “Phil Tomson” ptkwt@shell1.aracnet.com
Newsgroups: comp.lang.ruby
To: “ruby-talk ML” ruby-talk@ruby-lang.org
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 6:19 PM
Subject: Re: generate the test data in Ruby for a c program

In article 000801c26032$47a23800$1800000a@ee.ualberta.ca,
Maggie Xiao mxiao@ee.ualberta.ca wrote:

Hi there,

I’d like to generate the test data in Ruby for a c program and test it.
Has

anyone tried to do it? Can you give me some ideas? What do you think is
the

best way to do it ?Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Could you give some more details?

One guess would be that this is a standalone C program that takes some
input on the command line, like:

foo -name Fred -title Coder

and then does something meaningful with the input.

You could, in Ruby generate command lines like:

results = foo -name #{name} -title #{occupation}

Then you could check the results string…

However, without more details it’s kind’a hard to say.

If you actually want to access your C code from within Ruby and then do
all of your testing inside of Ruby you could use swig
(http://www.swig.org)…Why do I feel like that duck in the AFLAC
commercial? Instead of ‘AFLAC’ I say ‘Swig’.

Phil

Hi,

My problem is generate a set of test cases automatically in Ruby, and use
it to test the c program get the statement coverage which should be pass to
ruby, the ruby program supposed to use a search method to generate the
better test cases to test the c program again untill find the best test
cases which can fullly cover all of the statements… That means the input of
c program should be generated from ruby and the result of statement coverage
should be passed to ruby.

Seems I should use rubyinline. Is there any one has suggestion about it?
Thanks.

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----- Original Message -----
From: “Maggie Xiao” mxiao@ee.ualberta.ca
To: “ruby-talk ML” ruby-talk@ruby-lang.org
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 6:40 PM
Subject: Re: generate the test data in Ruby for a c program

Maggie
----- Original Message -----
From: “Phil Tomson” ptkwt@shell1.aracnet.com
Newsgroups: comp.lang.ruby
To: “ruby-talk ML” ruby-talk@ruby-lang.org
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 6:19 PM
Subject: Re: generate the test data in Ruby for a c program

In article 000801c26032$47a23800$1800000a@ee.ualberta.ca,
Maggie Xiao mxiao@ee.ualberta.ca wrote:

Hi there,

I’d like to generate the test data in Ruby for a c program and test it.
Has

anyone tried to do it? Can you give me some ideas? What do you think is
the

best way to do it ?Any reply will be highly appreciated.

Could you give some more details?

One guess would be that this is a standalone C program that takes some
input on the command line, like:

foo -name Fred -title Coder

and then does something meaningful with the input.

You could, in Ruby generate command lines like:

results = foo -name #{name} -title #{occupation}

Then you could check the results string…

However, without more details it’s kind’a hard to say.

If you actually want to access your C code from within Ruby and then do
all of your testing inside of Ruby you could use swig
(http://www.swig.org)…Why do I feel like that duck in the AFLAC
commercial? Instead of ‘AFLAC’ I say ‘Swig’.

Phil