i just discovered facets and would like to begin using them, but am having issues: require 'facets' works, but i am unable to use anything suggested in the rdoc or the little stuff i've found online. based on <http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/..., i should be able to do Time.use Facets, :stamp or Array.use Facets, :each_permutation but both give errors: tinker% !. ./facets.rb ./facets.rb:5: uninitialized constant Facets (NameError) from ./facets.rb:3 tinker% cat facets.rb #!/usr/local/bin/ruby require 'facets' Time.use Facets, :stamp tinker% i do have the gems installed: tinker% gem list | grep facets facets (1.0.2) facets_core (1.0.2) facets_more (1.0.2) same thing if i try the Array line. sooo..what gives? i'd really like to be able to use its Crypt module. thanks
on 2006-02-08 23:36
on 2006-02-09 01:52
DÅ?a Streda 08 FebruÃ¡r 2006 23:36 a non y mouse napÃsal: > Time.use Facets, :stamp > from ./facets.rb:3 > tinker% gem list | grep facets > facets (1.0.2) > facets_core (1.0.2) > facets_more (1.0.2) > > same thing if i try the Array line. sooo..what gives? i'd really like to > be able to use its Crypt module. > > thanks Couldn't reproduce this with whatever ruby there is in the Ubuntu repositories, latest rubygems, and whatever "gem in -y facets" gets me. The Facets module does indeed seem to exist, however, my hopes shatter right after that. Time doesn't have a #use class method, in fact, there is no such method in the API documentation. The deprecated method in the documentation doesn't help any either. How -do- you use this library then? The website is also in slight need of spellchecking, I wonder if this would be proper to report via the project bug tracker. David Vallner <rant> PS: Am I the only one slightly irritated by the recent surge of posts from faked e-mail addresses, and even anonymous ones? </rant>
on 2006-02-09 02:00
David Vallner wrote: > <rant> > PS: Am I the only one slightly irritated by the recent surge of posts from > faked e-mail addresses, and even anonymous ones? > </rant> > i'm not anonymous :) i'll send the maintainer an e-mail asking him what's up. thanks!
on 2006-02-09 04:23
Be sure RUBYOPT="-rubygems" then require 'facet/time/stamp' > i'd really like to be able to use its Crypt module. require 'facet/crypt' T.
on 2006-02-09 14:51
DÅ?a Å tvrtok 09 FebruÃ¡r 2006 04:23 Trans napÃsal: > Be sure RUBYOPT="-rubygems" then > > require 'facet/time/stamp' > > > i'd really like to be able to use its Crypt module. > > require 'facet/crypt' > > T. Gah. #stamp is an instance method? Ah well, I thought it was a class method because it would look good in code that way. I should hint the Facets developers towards that. So the usage in the announcement from a few months ago didn't describe changs that were released yet? David Vallner
on 2006-02-10 06:33
Is this what you want? def Time.stamp(*args) now.stamp(*args) end I will add to next version of Facets if so. T.
on 2006-02-10 14:15
DÅ?a Piatok 10 FebruÃ¡r 2006 06:33 Trans napÃsal: > Is this what you want? > > def Time.stamp(*args) > now.stamp(*args) > end > > I will add to next version of Facets if so. > > T. Yep, something like that. I have no idea how often people need textual timestamps of the current date though, so it might not be a particularly useful addition. It's just the first usage that came to mind when I saw someone asking about that functionality. David Vallner