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Calling second-level function from the second level in Ruby


Calling second-level function from the second level in Ruby

By : Natal
Date : November 22 2020, 01:01 AM
seems to work fine The scope you are referring to is that of the class - Test. The method something is actually getting defined as the instance method of the class Test. You cannot really invoke an instance method from a class scope, hence the error.
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Calling Ruby function from C++ in a loop results in "stack level too deep"

Calling Ruby function from C++ in a loop results in "stack level too deep"


By : Ben Slimen Fayrouza
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out OK, so I pared it down until I got a working version similar to my C implementation but the problem has nothing to do with C++ vs C. What's not shown above (because I didn't think it was relevant) is that this is a Qt application, and I have two slots--one to initialize ruby and load the program, and another to call the loop function. The latter slot is called repeatedly from a timer (not relevant). The breakthrough happened when I moved ruby_init() out of the slot and into main(). A search on Google revealed this interesting answer:
From Matz himself, "No Ruby object should be referred from stack region lower than the position at the time of ruby_init() invocation."
Multi-level inheritance: Calling a method only ONE level higher from subclass

Multi-level inheritance: Calling a method only ONE level higher from subclass


By : user2822073
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Basically, I have 3 classes , super.aMethod() would do exactly what you want.
ruby instance_eval will go stac level too deep when calling proc inside it

ruby instance_eval will go stac level too deep when calling proc inside it


By : P.Prabakaran
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I run into really interesting problem with ruby today. I have a module/rails concern : , The string passed to instance_eval is actually:
code :
"def all_client_ids
  @_break_cache_procs[all_client_ids].call
end"
def define_breakable_cache_method(method_name) 
  instance_eval(
    "def #{method_name}
      # here will be Rails.cache.fetch block around line below once I figure out this problem
      @_break_cache_procs[:#{method_name}].call  # !!! this line will cause an issue
    end"
  )
end
Stack Level Too Deep Error on Calling Yield in Ruby

Stack Level Too Deep Error on Calling Yield in Ruby


By : sunitha challakonda
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further , It's name clash.
code :
yield names.shift
@name_arr = %w(Darko Marko Sarko Harko Yarko)

def names
  yield @name_arr.shift
end
Sort array top level by next level value - Ruby

Sort array top level by next level value - Ruby


By : Miguel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I want to sort the films in this array by the popularity value. How can I do this? , my_array.sort_by { |e| e['popularity'] }
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