Rubygems-sing 1.0.0 Released

rubygems-sing version 1.0.0 has been released!

“Sings” a gem’s implementation.

Changes:

1.0.0 / 2010-01-20

  • 1 major enhancement

    • Birthday!

“Sings” a gem’s implementation.

What does it do, exactly?
Thanks.
-r

On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 07:08:17PM +0900, Ryan D. wrote:

rubygems-sing version 1.0.0 has been released!

“Sings” a gem’s implementation.

Ryan, this is awesome. Thank you :-).

/me ponders writing a gem just so it will ‘sing’ something interesting.

enjoy,

-jeremy

On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Jeremy H.
[email protected] wrote:

/me ponders writing a gem just so it will ‘sing’ something interesting.
Or perhaps a gem that, given, a MIDI file with a melody in it,
generates the source for ANOTHER gem that’ll sing the melody. Ready,
go! First person to write this gets bought drinks by at least two
members of Seattle.rb at the next RubyConf.

~ j.

On Jan 25, 2010, at 15:58 , John B. wrote:

Or perhaps a gem that, given, a MIDI file with a melody in it,
generates the source for ANOTHER gem that’ll sing the melody. Ready,
go! First person to write this gets bought drinks by at least two
members of Seattle.rb at the next RubyConf.

The original idea that I got this from was an article in Communications
of the ACM called “Siren Songs” (iirc). The idea was more along the
lines of “Peter and the Wolf” where each thread (or process, or AST node
type, or or) has its own musical theme. That way you can start using ear
to differentiate who’s doing what. You can then end up debugging just by
listening and using our pattern matching skills to notice that something
went divergent. You can even tell WHAT went divergent by using themed
music.

I think it is a great idea. Something pretty easy to do with ruby_parser

  • ruby2ruby + some actual midi skills. In case you can’t tell, I’m good
    with the first two, and suck on the last one. :slight_smile:

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