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Totals 22 (100.0%) 2508 (100.0%) 114.0
nahi 19 (86.4%) 2498 (99.6%) 131.4
nobu 1 (4.5%) 9 (0.4%) 9.0
matz 1 (4.5%) 1 (0.0%) 1.0
shyouhei 1 (4.5%) 0 (0.0%) 0.0

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shyouhei 2007-02-13 00:01

set svn:eol-style

0 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2004-05-27 03:26

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: illegal require module name (../lib/csv.rb).

1 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2004-05-26 15:30

* lib/csv.rb (, CSV.readlines): added. works as and

IO.readlines in CSV format.

* lib/csv.rb (CSV.parse): [CAUTION] behavior changed. in the past,

CSV.parse accepts a filename to be read-opened (it was just a

shortcut of, 'r')). now CSV.parse accepts a

string or a stream to be parsed e.g.

CSV.parse("1,2\n3,r") #=> [['1', '2'], ['3', '4']]

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: follow above changes.

49 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2004-05-20 18:24

* lib/csv.rb: fixed a few bugs around multi char record/field separator.

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: added boundary test for above feature.

153 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2004-05-18 13:34

* lib/csv.rb: writes lines with "\n" when row separator is not given.

formerly it was "\r\n".

* lib/csv.rb: [CAUTION] API change

* CSV::Row removed. a row is represented as just an Array. since

CSV::Row was a subclass of Array, it won't hurt almost all programs

except one which depended CSV::Row#match.

* CSV::Cell removed. a cell is represented as just a String or

nil(NULL). this change will cause widespread destruction."foo.csv", "r") do |row|

row.each do |cell|

if cell.is_null # Cell#is_null

p "(NULL)"


p # Cell#data




must be just;"foo.csv", "r") do |row|

row.each do |cell|

if cell.nil?

p "(NULL)"


p cell




* lib/csv.rb: [CAUTION] record separator(CR, LF, CR+LF) behavior

change., CSV.parse, and CSV,generate now do not force

opened file binmode. formerly it set binmode explicitly.

with, binmode of opened file depends the given mode

parameter "r", "w", "rb", and "wb". CSV.parse and CSV.generate open

file with "r" and "w".

setting mode properly is user's responsibility now.

* lib/csv.rb: accepts String as a fs (field separator/column separator)

and rs (record separator/row separator)

* lib/csv.rb: added CSV.foreach(path, rs = nil, &block). CSV.foreach

now does not handle "| cmd" as a path different from IO.foreach.


* test/csv/test_csv.rb: updated.

164 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-12-28 04:52

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: generate bom.csv and mac.csv files on the fly.


* test/csv/{bom.csv,mac.csv}: removed.

10 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-12-12 14:44

* lib/csv.rb: add Cell#to_str and Cell#to_s for /.../ =~ aCell,

"#{aCell}" and so on.

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: add tests.

25 lines of code changed in:

matz 2003-11-22 05:00

* gc.c (Init_stack): stack region is far smaller than usual if

pthread is used.

* marshal.c (w_extended): singleton methods should not be checked

when dumping via marshal_dump() or _dump(). [ruby-talk:85909]

* file.c (getcwdofdrv): avoid using getcwd() directly, use

my_getcwd() instead.

* merged NeXT, OpenStep, Rhapsody ports patch from Eric Sunshine

<>. [ruby-core:01596]

* marshal.c (w_object): LINK check earlier than anything else,

i.e. do not dump TYPE_IVAR for already dumped objects.

(ruby-bugs PR#1220)

* eval.c (rb_eval): call "inherited" only when a new class is

generated; not on reopening.

* eval.c (eval): prepend error position in evaluating string to

* revived NextStep, OpenStep, and Rhapsody ports which

had become unbuildable; enhanced --enable-fat-binary option so that

it accepts a list of desired architectures (rather than assuming a

fixed list), or defaults to a platform-appropriate list if user does

not provide an explicit list; made the default list of architectures

for MAB (fat binary) more comprehensive; now uses -fno-common even

when building the interpreter (in addition to using it for

extensions), thus allowing the interpreter to be embedded into a

plugin module of an external project (in addition to allowing

embedding directly into an application); added checks for

<netinet/in_systm.h> (needed by `socket' extension) and getcwd(); now

ensures that -I/usr/local/include is employed when extensions'

extconf.rb scripts invoke have_header() since extension checks on

NextStep and OpenStep will fail without it if the desired resource

resides in the /usr/local tree; fixed formatting of --help message.

* $(LIBRUBY_A) rule now deletes the archive before

invoking $(AR) since `ar' on Apple/NeXT can not "update" MAB archives

(see configure's --enable-fat-binary option); added rule for new


* defines.h: fixed endian handling during MAB build (see configure's

--enable-fat-binary option) to ensure that all portions of the

project see the correct WORDS_BIGENDIAN value (some extension modules

were getting the wrong endian setting); added missing constants

GETPGRP_VOID, WNOHANG, WUNTRACED, X_OK, and type pid_t for NextStep

and OpenStep; removed unnecessary and problematic HAVE_SYS_WAIT_H

define in NeXT section.

* dir.c: do not allow NAMLEN() macro to trust dirent::d_namlen on

NextStep since, on some installations, this value always resolves

uselessly to zero.

* dln.c: added error reporting to NextStep extension loader since the

previous behavior of failing silently was not useful; now ensures

that NSLINKMODULE_OPTION_BINDNOW compatibility constant is defined

for OpenStep and Rhapsody; no longer includes <mach-o/dyld.h> twice

on Rhapsody since this header lacks multiple-include protection,

which resulted in "redefinition" compilation errors.

* main.c: also create hard reference to objc_msgSend() on NeXT

platforms (in addition to Apple platforms).

* lib/mkmf.rb: now exports XCFLAGS from configure script to extension

makefiles so that extensions can be built MAB (see configure's

--enable-fat-binary option); also utilize XCFLAGS in cc_command()

(but not cpp_command() because MAB flags are incompatible with

direct invocation of `cpp').

* ext/curses/extconf.rb: now additionally checks for presence of these

curses functions which are not present on NextStep or Openstep:

bkgd(), bkgdset(), color(), curs(), getbkgd(), init(), scrl(), set(),

setscrreg(), wattroff(), wattron(), wattrset(), wbkgd(), wbkgdset(),

wscrl(), wsetscrreg()

* ext/curses/curses.c: added appropriate #ifdef's for additional set of

curses functions now checked by extconf.rb; fixed curses_bkgd() and

window_bkgd() to correctly return boolean result rather than numeric

result; fixed window_getbkgd() to correctly signal an error by

returning nil rather than -1.

* ext/etc/etc.c: setup_passwd() and setup_group() now check for null

pointers before invoking rb_tainted_str_new2() upon fields extracted

from `struct passwd' and `struct group' since null pointers in some

fields are common on NextStep/OpenStep (especially so for the

`pw_comment' field) and rb_tainted_str_new2() throws an exception

when it receives a null pointer.

* ext/pty/pty.c: include "util.h" for strdup()/ruby_strdup() for

platforms such as NextStep and OpenStep which lack strdup().

* ext/socket/getaddrinfo.c: cast first argument of getservbyname(),

gethostbyaddr(), and gethostbyname() from (const char*) to non-const

(char*) for older platforms such as NextStep and OpenStep.

* ext/socket/socket.c: include "util.h" for strdup()/ruby_strdup() for

platforms such as NextStep and OpenStep which lack strdup(); include

<netinet/in_systm.h> if present for NextStep and OpenStep; cast first

argument of gethostbyaddr() and getservbyname() from (const char*) to

non-const (char*) for older platforms.

* ext/syslog/syslog.c: include "util.h" for strdup()/ruby_strdup() for

platforms such as NextStep and OpenStep which lack strdup().

1 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-10-06 15:03

* lib/csv.rb (IOReader, BasicWriter): call binmode when a given IO

respond_to?(:binmode). record separator was wrong when you gave text mode IO

to Reader.parse and Writer.generate.

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: add tests for above change.

47 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-16 14:26

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: add negative tests of row_sep.

16 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-15 11:07

* lib/csv.rb: add extra pamameter to specify row(record) separater character.

To parse Mac's CR separated CSV, do like this."mac.csv", "r", ?,,?\r) { |row| p row.to_a }

The 3rd parameter in this example ?, is for column separater and the 4th ?\r

is for row separater. Row separater is nil by default. Nil separater means

"\r\n" or "\n".

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: add tests for above feature.

* test/csv/mac.csv: added. Sample CR separated CSV file.

243 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-05 18:36

* sync to lib/csv/tests/csv_ut.rb.

7 lines of code changed in:

nobu 2003-09-05 16:15

* lib/optparse.rb (OptionParser#order, #permute, #parse): allow an

array as argument.

* test/ruby/test_*.rb: moved invariants to left side in

assert_equal, and use assert_nil, assert_raises and so on.

9 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-04 17:18

* test/ruby: tests for ruby itself.

* test/ruby/test_*.rb: split sample/test.rb into 28 test/unit testcases. some

tests could not be translates... search '!!' mark to see it.

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: should require 'csv', not '../lib/csv'. test runner

should set load path correctly.

1 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-04 17:06

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: close opened files for CSV::IOBuf explicitly. opened

file cannot be removed under win32 box.

174 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-04 10:08

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: use remove_const to reduce warnings. use Dir.tmpdir to

locate working files.

72 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-04 07:41

* test/csv/test_csv.rb: run on test/unit original layer.

26 lines of code changed in:

nahi 2003-09-03 13:45

* test: add test directory. Test::Unit aware testcases and needed files should

be located in this directory. dir/file name convention;



someday, someone will write testrunner which searches test_*.rb and

run testcases automatically

* test/csv/*: add testcase for lib/csv.rb.

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