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  1. +1 −1 lib/README
  2. +2 −2 lib/benchmark.rb
  3. +6 −6 lib/irb/lc/help-message
  4. +6 −6 lib/irb/lc/ja/help-message
  5. +2 −2 lib/logger.rb
  6. +14 −14 lib/singleton.rb
  7. +23 −23 lib/xmlrpc/README.rdoc
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@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ irb.rb interactive ruby
logger.rb simple logging utility
mathn.rb extended math operation (obsolete)
matrix.rb matrix calculation library
-minitest/unit minimal drop-in replacement for test-unit
+minitest/unit minimal drop-in replacement for test-unit
mkmf.rb Makefile maker
monitor.rb exclusive region monitor for thread
mutex_m.rb mutex mixin
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@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ def realtime(&blk) # :yield:
# A Job is a sequence of labelled blocks to be processed by the
# Benchmark.bmbm method. It is of little direct interest to the user.
#
- class Job
+ class Job
#
# Returns an initialized Job instance.
# Usually, one doesn't call this method directly, as new
@@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ class Tms
# Default caption, see also Benchmark::CAPTION
CAPTION = " user system total real\n"
-
+
# Default format string, see also Benchmark::FORMAT
FORMAT = "%10.6u %10.6y %10.6t %10.6r\n"
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@@ -1,16 +1,16 @@
# -*- coding: US-ASCII -*-
#
-# irb/lc/help-message.rb -
+# irb/lc/help-message.rb -
# $Release Version: 0.9.6$
# $Revision$
# by Keiju ISHITSUKA(keiju@ruby-lang.org)
#
# --
#
-#
+#
#
Usage: irb.rb [options] [programfile] [arguments]
- -f Suppress read of ~/.irbrc
+ -f Suppress read of ~/.irbrc
-m Bc mode (load mathn, fraction or matrix are available)
-d Set $DEBUG to true (same as `ruby -d')
-r load-module Same as `ruby -r'
@@ -27,14 +27,14 @@ Usage: irb.rb [options] [programfile] [arguments]
--prompt-mode prompt-mode
Switch prompt mode. Pre-defined prompt modes are
`default', `simple', `xmp' and `inf-ruby'
- --inf-ruby-mode Use prompt appropriate for inf-ruby-mode on emacs.
- Suppresses --readline.
+ --inf-ruby-mode Use prompt appropriate for inf-ruby-mode on emacs.
+ Suppresses --readline.
--simple-prompt Simple prompt mode
--noprompt No prompt mode
--tracer Display trace for each execution of commands.
--back-trace-limit n
Display backtrace top n and tail n. The default
- value is 16.
+ value is 16.
--irb_debug n Set internal debug level to n (not for popular use)
-v, --version Print the version of irb
# vim:fileencoding=us-ascii
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@@ -1,12 +1,12 @@
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
-# irb/lc/ja/help-message.rb -
+# irb/lc/ja/help-message.rb -
# $Release Version: 0.9.6$
# $Revision$
# by Keiju ISHITSUKA(keiju@ruby-lang.org)
#
# --
#
-#
+#
#
Usage: irb.rb [options] [programfile] [arguments]
-f ~/.irbrc を読み込まない.
@@ -18,22 +18,22 @@ Usage: irb.rb [options] [programfile] [arguments]
-E enc ruby -E と同じ.
-w ruby -w と同じ.
-W[level=2] ruby -W と同じ.
- --inspect 結果出力にinspectを用いる(bcモード以外はデフォルト).
+ --inspect 結果出力にinspectを用いる(bcモード以外はデフォルト).
--noinspect 結果出力にinspectを用いない.
--readline readlineライブラリを利用する.
- --noreadline readlineライブラリを利用しない.
+ --noreadline readlineライブラリを利用しない.
--prompt prompt-mode/--prompt-mode prompt-mode
プロンプトモードを切替えます. 現在定義されているプ
ロンプトモードは, default, simple, xmp, inf-rubyが
- 用意されています.
+ 用意されています.
--inf-ruby-mode emacsのinf-ruby-mode用のプロンプト表示を行なう. 特
に指定がない限り, readlineライブラリは使わなくなる.
--simple-prompt 非常にシンプルなプロンプトを用いるモードです.
--noprompt プロンプト表示を行なわない.
--tracer コマンド実行時にトレースを行なう.
--back-trace-limit n
バックトレース表示をバックトレースの頭から n, 後ろ
- からnだけ行なう. デフォルトは16
+ からnだけ行なう. デフォルトは16
--irb_debug n irbのデバッグデバッグレベルをnに設定する(利用しな
い方が無難でしょう).
-v, --version irbのバージョンを表示する
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@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@
# 4. With severity.
#
# logger.add(Logger::FATAL) { 'Fatal error!' }
-#
+#
# The block form allows you to create potentially complex log messages,
# but to delay their evaluation until and unless the message is
# logged. For example, if we have the following:
@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ class Error < RuntimeError # :nodoc:
end
# not used after 1.2.7. just for compat.
class ShiftingError < Error # :nodoc:
- end
+ end
# Logging severity.
module Severity
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@@ -14,11 +14,11 @@
# This ensures that only one instance of Klass can be created.
#
# a,b = Klass.instance, Klass.instance
-#
-# a == b
+#
+# a == b
# # => true
#
-# Klass.new
+# Klass.new
# # => NoMethodError - new is private ...
#
# The instance is created at upon the first call of Klass.instance().
@@ -28,11 +28,11 @@
# # ...
# end
#
-# ObjectSpace.each_object(OtherKlass){}
+# ObjectSpace.each_object(OtherKlass){}
# # => 0
#
# OtherKlass.instance
-# ObjectSpace.each_object(OtherKlass){}
+# ObjectSpace.each_object(OtherKlass){}
# # => 1
#
#
@@ -52,40 +52,40 @@
#
# * Overriding Klass._load(str) to call Klass.instance().
#
-# * Overriding Klass#clone and Klass#dup to raise TypeErrors to prevent
+# * Overriding Klass#clone and Klass#dup to raise TypeErrors to prevent
# cloning or duping.
#
# == Singleton and Marshal
#
# By default Singleton's #_dump(depth) returns the empty string. Marshalling by
-# default will strip state information, e.g. instance variables and taint
-# state, from the instance. Classes using Singleton can provide custom
-# _load(str) and _dump(depth) methods to retain some of the previous state of
+# default will strip state information, e.g. instance variables and taint
+# state, from the instance. Classes using Singleton can provide custom
+# _load(str) and _dump(depth) methods to retain some of the previous state of
# the instance.
#
# require 'singleton'
-#
+#
# class Example
# include Singleton
# attr_accessor :keep, :strip
# def _dump(depth)
# # this strips the @strip information from the instance
# Marshal.dump(@keep, depth)
# end
-#
+#
# def self._load(str)
# instance.keep = Marshal.load(str)
# instance
# end
# end
-#
+#
# a = Example.instance
# a.keep = "keep this"
# a.strip = "get rid of this"
# a.taint
-#
+#
# stored_state = Marshal.dump(a)
-#
+#
# a.keep = nil
# a.strip = nil
# b = Marshal.load(stored_state)
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@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ use the client and implement a server.
* REXML (REXMLStreamParser)
* xml-scan (XMLScanStreamParser)
* Fastest parser is Expat's XMLStreamParser!
-
+
* General
* possible to choose between XMLParser module (Expat wrapper) and REXML/NQXML (pure Ruby) parsers
* Marshalling Ruby objects to Hashs and reconstruct them later from a Hash
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ use the client and implement a server.
=== Client
require "xmlrpc/client"
-
+
# Make an object to represent the XML-RPC server.
server = XMLRPC::Client.new( "xmlrpc-c.sourceforge.net", "/api/sample.php")
@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ use the client and implement a server.
There are two possible ways, of handling a fault-structure:
-==== by catching a XMLRPC::FaultException exception
+==== by catching a XMLRPC::FaultException exception
require "xmlrpc/client"
@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ There are two possible ways, of handling a fault-structure:
puts e.faultCode
puts e.faultString
end
-
+
==== by calling "call2" which returns a boolean
require "xmlrpc/client"
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ There are two possible ways, of handling a fault-structure:
puts result.faultCode
puts result.faultString
end
-
+
=== Client using Proxy
You can create a +Proxy+ object onto which you can call methods. This way it
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ looks nicer. Both forms, _call_ and _call2_ are supported through _proxy_ and
given to each XML-RPC call using that Proxy.
require "xmlrpc/client"
-
+
# Make an object to represent the XML-RPC server.
server = XMLRPC::Client.new( "xmlrpc-c.sourceforge.net", "/api/sample.php")
@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ can be mixed:
s.add_handler("sample.sumAndDifference") do |a,b|
{ "sum" => a + b, "difference" => a - b }
end
-
+
s.serve
==== Java-like (handler classes)
@@ -181,8 +181,8 @@ can be mixed:
{ "sum" => a + b, "difference" => a - b }
end
end
-
- # NOTE: Security Hole (read below)!!!
+
+ # NOTE: Security Hole (read below)!!!
s.add_handler("sample", MyHandler.new)
s.serve
@@ -195,17 +195,17 @@ To return a fault-structure you have to raise an FaultException e.g.:
From Brian Candler:
- Above code sample has an extremely nasty security hole, in that you can now call
- any method of 'MyHandler' remotely, including methods inherited from Object
- and Kernel! For example, in the client code, you can use
-
- puts server.call("sample.send","`","ls")
-
- (backtick being the method name for running system processes). Needless to
- say, 'ls' can be replaced with something else.
-
- The version which binds proc objects (or the version presented below in the next section)
- doesn't have this problem, but people may be tempted to use the second version because it's
+ Above code sample has an extremely nasty security hole, in that you can now call
+ any method of 'MyHandler' remotely, including methods inherited from Object
+ and Kernel! For example, in the client code, you can use
+
+ puts server.call("sample.send","`","ls")
+
+ (backtick being the method name for running system processes). Needless to
+ say, 'ls' can be replaced with something else.
+
+ The version which binds proc objects (or the version presented below in the next section)
+ doesn't have this problem, but people may be tempted to use the second version because it's
so nice and 'Rubyesque'. I think it needs a big red disclaimer.
@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ A solution is to undef insecure methods or to use (({XMLRPC::iPIMethods})) as sh
# ...
-This adds only public instance methods explicitly declared in class MyHandler
+This adds only public instance methods explicitly declared in class MyHandler
(and not those inherited from any other class).
==== With interface declarations
@@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ XML parser, then you have to call the <i>set_parser</i> method of
<tt>XMLRPC::BasicServer</tt> or by editing xmlrpc/config.rb.
Client Example:
-
+
# ...
server = XMLRPC::Client.new( "xmlrpc-c.sourceforge.net", "/api/sample.php")
server.set_parser(XMLRPC::XMLParser::XMLParser.new)
@@ -283,7 +283,7 @@ Server Example:
s = XMLRPC::CGIServer.new
s.set_parser(XMLRPC::XMLParser::XMLStreamParser.new)
# ...
-
+
or:
# ...

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