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trans (Thomas Sawyer)

  • Registered on: 09/07/2008
  • Last connection: 12/12/2016

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10/11/2016

06:36 PM Ruby trunk Feature #9704: Refinements as files instead of modules
Shugo Maeda wrote:
> Monkey-patching style has another problem that super cannot be supported in monkey patching.
>...
trans (Thomas Sawyer)
06:15 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12775: Random subset of array
This definition of `#sample` seems a bit limited. I know it aligns with the statical definition but it is very easy d... trans (Thomas Sawyer)

08/03/2016

04:54 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9704: Refinements as files instead of modules
Has any more thought been given to this? I had a recent request to have Ruby Facets to work as refinements, but I hes... trans (Thomas Sawyer)
04:07 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12374: SingletonClass
So...
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Object..singleton_class.instance_of?(SingletonClass) #=> true
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trans (Thomas Sawyer)
03:55 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12637: Unified and consistent method naming for safe and dangerous methods
It would more interesting if there were a way to declare an object mutable or not, then when immutable destructive me... trans (Thomas Sawyer)

05/09/2016

03:23 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12360 (Rejected): More useful return values from bang methods
It would be nice if bang methods returned results that where of some additional use. Presently most just return the e... trans (Thomas Sawyer)

11/04/2015

12:07 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11537: Introduce "Safe navigation operator"
Philip Claren wrote:
> Thomas Sawyer wrote:
> > In this way is more an extension of the ternary operator -- the ini...
trans (Thomas Sawyer)
12:01 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11537: Introduce "Safe navigation operator"
Laurentiu Macovei wrote:
> The same discussion happens to be on TypeScript and ES6 worlds.
> Using `..` instead of ...
trans (Thomas Sawyer)

10/26/2015

05:10 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11537: Introduce "Safe navigation operator"
Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
> I like the idea. My remaining concern is ".?" is too similar to "?." which is chosen by ...
trans (Thomas Sawyer)

03/11/2015

06:49 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10924: String#b
That's the irony. One of the reasons I choose #b is because I thought for sure that would almost certainly never beco... trans (Thomas Sawyer)

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