RE: Ruby Multithreaded producer-consumer problem

You dont get to start telling people that after all the un-googled,
no-try, easily solvable questions YOU have been dumping to the channel.
You
dont get to flip the script on everyone else.

You were told that because youve done NO research on your own, youre
asking every little teeny tiny question that pops into your head over
and
over and over and over and over and over… ad nauseum to the list.

Take your OWN advise and publish what you googled, what the problem is,
what you expected to happen, what actually happened, why YOU THINK it
happened that way, etc. Show that youre actually using your brain to try
to solve the problem FIRST before you ask us for help.

You dont get to start telling others to follow that when you dont follow
it yourself.


D. Deryl D.

“The bug which you would fright me with I seek” - William Shakespeare -
The Winter’s Tale, Act III, Scene II - A court of Justice.

From: Love U Ruby [email protected]
Sent: February 15, 2013 9:22 AM
To: ruby-talk ML [email protected]
Subject: Re: Ruby Multithreaded producer-consumer problem

Abhijit S. wrote in post #1097009:

I rewrote the code using MonitorMixin and then back to using Mutex, same
result. I used 2 ConditionVariable, same result :frowning: If it’s not working,
it’s certainly not for the lack of trying.

How much have you tried? Your description not showing that… You should
Google first… Then try those all. Let us know what have you tried and
what you got.

thanks

D. Deryl D. wrote in post #1097087:

You dont get to start telling people that after all the un-googled,
no-try, easily solvable questions YOU have been dumping to the channel.
You
dont get to flip the script on everyone else.

Who are you to tell me what I get to do? You’ve an opinion, that’s fine,
almost everyone has one. Keep it to yourself, don’t start threads
trying to intimidate people because it is not going to work on me.

You were told that because youve done NO research on your own, youre
asking every little teeny tiny question that pops into your head over
and
over and over and over and over and over… ad nauseum to the list.

Before learning Ruby, you need to learn some English. “youre”,
“nauseum”, seriously?

You dont get to start telling others to follow that when you dont follow
it yourself.

Here’s a good advice. Stand in front of a mirror and say that to
yourself.

I think he was talking to “Love U Ruby” not you…which means all of his
comments were 100% relevant, that guy has been spamming the list.

-Ryan

Ryan V. wrote in post #1097122:

I think he was talking to “Love U Ruby” not you

Well he started a thread using the question I posted, so it’s hard to
tell.

I agree with Ryan, maybe it’s the difference between seeing the threads
on the forum and the mailing list ?
In the mailing list it appears as a reply to Love U Ruby’s “go and
google it” comment.

Tony H. wrote in post #1097131:

I agree with Ryan, maybe it’s the difference between seeing the threads
on the forum and the mailing list ?
In the mailing list it appears as a reply to Love U Ruby’s “go and
google it” comment.

If that’s so, I’ve no problem apologizing to DDD. I was taken by
surprise by his unexpected post bashing, what seemed to be, me. I’ll
send him a PM :slight_smile:

Subject: Re: Ruby Multithreaded producer-consumer problem
Date: sab 16 feb 13 02:10:00 +0900
Quoting Abhijit S. ([email protected]):

Who are you to tell me what I get to do?

What nostalgia! It was AGES since I could witness a REAL, sparkling
flamewar…

Yuppie!!

Carlo

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