marcandre (Marc-Andre Lafortune)
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- 02:19 PM Ruby master Feature #18841: Proposal: autoload_relative
- Note that this is a duplicate of https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/15330, which includes some real world usage stats....
- 05:48 PM Ruby master Bug #18018: Float#floor / truncate sometimes result that is too small.
- jeremyevans0 (Jeremy Evans) wrote in #note-5:
> > A correct algorithm seem to be to rely on `Rational#floor`:
- 05:36 PM Ruby master Bug #18018: Float#floor / truncate sometimes result that is too small.
- jeremyevans0 (Jeremy Evans) wrote in #note-3:
> This issue also goes the other direction:
> f = 291.3999...
- 06:34 AM Ruby master Bug #18032 (Rejected): Openstruct is ~20..25x slower with Ruby 3.0.0 and 3.0.1 compared to earlier versions
- @mame is correct that #15409 was a concern, but this is mainly due to #12136 and listed in the release notes for 3.0....
- 09:56 PM Ruby master Feature #17924: Range#infinite?
- Seems reasonable to me.
PR at: https://github.com/ruby/ruby/pull/4535
- 12:47 PM Ruby master Bug #18018: Float#floor / truncate sometimes result that is too small.
- sawa (Tsuyoshi Sawada) wrote in #note-1:
> > g's decimal string representation has at most n digits
- 10:53 PM Ruby master Bug #18018 (Closed): Float#floor / truncate sometimes result that is too small.
291.4.floor(1) # => 291.4 (ok)
291.4.floor(2) # => 291.39 (not ok)
291.4.floor(3) # => 291.4 (ok)
- 08:16 PM Ruby master Bug #17757: Hash#slice does not keep compare_by_identity on the results
- Thanks for the PR @jeremyevans0, looks pretty good.
On the other hand, I'd like to revise what I wrote and suggest t...
- 06:25 PM Ruby master Feature #17873: Update of default gems in Ruby 3.1
- byroot (Jean Boussier) wrote in #note-16:
> Just for the record:
> - The matrix removal broke the `capybara` ...
- 04:34 AM Ruby master Feature #17873: Update of default gems in Ruby 3.1
- Thanks, I agree about `prime`.
I imagine `matrix` users are limited and will be ok. I'm not sure about `ostruct`.
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