Re: [wmii] tagrule to send clients in managed layer patch

From: Uriel <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 23:55:44 +0100

There are already two 9P implementations in pure ruby[1], do you
really think creating ruby bindings for libixp is a good idea? libixp
pretty much sucks, and needs to be seriously re-designed. if you want
to create bindings, why not use a saner library, like lib9p from

Also would love to know what do you plan to use the bindings for.



[1]: see

On 1/23/07, Daniel Waeber <> wrote:
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> Suraj N. Kurapati wrote:
> > Daniel Waeber wrote:
> >> Currently RubyIxpInterface has got a high priority, so all task
> >> that will be more work as 10 min won't get scheduled. Therefor
> >> you either have to wait or implement it yourself ;)
> >
> > By "RubyIxpInterface" do you mean the Ruby-IXP project?
> >
> >
> >
> > If so, could you please explain what this 10 minute problem is? If
> > it is a problem within Ruby-IXP, then I can try to fix it.
> >
> > Thanks for your attention.
> >
> Sorry, I wrote this mail having DenisG in mind, so only he could
> (hopefully) understand it. The patch I talked about is the
> implementation of the #-tag.
> And the rii is another project I am working on, theirfore I have no time
> implementing the #-tag, so all of this has noting to do with ruby-ixp.
> The 10 min problem I have is because I have to do so many things in so
> short time, Therefore I will not begin to do even more things that can't
> be finisched. But if you find a solution to that problem I would be glad
> to get the patch ;)
> Regards
> wabu
> PS: If I have enoght time to set up a webpage for rii(libixp ruby
> bindings wirtten in C -> speed) I'll post a link to it if anyone wants
> to know more about it, but that's a different topic.
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