Getting list of drives using ruby on rails


#1

Hi All,

I had been assigned work of ruby on rails from two days . Using ruby on
rails how do we get the list of drives present in a system ex : c:\ ,
d:\ etc

If anyone know this pls send me the code.

Thanks & Regards,
Murwath Ali Mehtar.


#2

Murwath M. wrote:

Hi All,

I had been assigned work of ruby on rails from two days . Using ruby on
rails how do we get the list of drives present in a system ex : c:\ ,
d:\ etc

If anyone know this pls send me the code.

Thanks & Regards,
Murwath Ali Mehtar.

Cananyone pls update me the code , as i require it urgently


#3

Murwath M. wrote:

Hi All,

I had been assigned work of ruby on rails from two days . Using ruby on
rails how do we get the list of drives present in a system ex : c:\ ,
d:\ etc

Rails lives on the server side. You’re asking about client-side stuff,
which is independent of Rails. Anyway, getting a list of local deives
would be a security violation. What are you ultimately trying to
accomplish? Perhaps there’s another way to do it…

If anyone know this pls send me the code.

We’re not here to do your job for you.

Thanks & Regards,
Murwath Ali Mehtar.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
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#4

Hi Marnen ,
Thanks for the response u hav given . As i am working in ruby from past
2 days . i am facing the difficulty . I dont require u to do my job . I
am a java developer , its people like u who can help to move up in the
technology . if u can help do it or else dont give any reply .

It will be much better

Thanks ,
Ali

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

Murwath M. wrote:

Hi All,

I had been assigned work of ruby on rails from two days . Using ruby on
rails how do we get the list of drives present in a system ex : c:\ ,
d:\ etc

Rails lives on the server side. You’re asking about client-side stuff,
which is independent of Rails. Anyway, getting a list of local deives
would be a security violation. What are you ultimately trying to
accomplish? Perhaps there’s another way to do it…

If anyone know this pls send me the code.

We’re not here to do your job for you.

Thanks & Regards,
Murwath Ali Mehtar.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#5

Murwath M. wrote:
[…]

I
am a java developer , its people like u who can help to move up in the
technology . if u can help do it or else dont give any reply .

I’m trying to help, but you’re kind of asking the impossible here. If
you can answer my original question, I may be able to suggest something.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#6

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

Murwath M. wrote:
[…]

I
am a java developer , its people like u who can help to move up in the
technology . if u can help do it or else dont give any reply .

I’m trying to help, but you’re kind of asking the impossible here. If
you can answer my original question, I may be able to suggest something.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
removed_email_address@domain.invalid

This is really turning out to be a great thread.


#7

Might want to try:


mapped_drives = net use.chomp.split

or whatever the ms-windows shell command is that displays what drives
have been mapped on the machine (note that I haven’t used ms-windows
in over a decade or so, nor have access to test, …).

Jeff

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