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Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

  • Email: ian@nevir.net
  • Registered on: 07/01/2011
  • Last connection: 02/23/2013

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02/23/2013

11:22 AM Ruby master Bug #921: autoload is not thread-safe
Apologies in advance if this is the wrong place to get clarification:
It's been widely circulated that autoload is d...
Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

01/07/2013

10:25 AM Ruby master Feature #7657: Array#& doesn't accept Enumerables
Let me see if I understand the implicit conversion cases:
* If an object implements #to_ary, #to_str, etc - it is as...
Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

01/06/2013

09:02 AM Ruby master Feature #7657: Array#& doesn't accept Enumerables
Err, I mean it looks like it's similar to http://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/1028 Nevir (Ian MacLeod)
09:00 AM Ruby master Feature #7657 (Open): Array#& doesn't accept Enumerables
This seems similar to http://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/6923
Example:
irb(main):001:0> class Thing
irb(...
Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

12/28/2012

05:57 AM Ruby master Bug #7626: Bizarre Array#fetch behavior with a block when index is out of bounds
Oh! It's a block form of `default` - I get it now. Disregard! Nevir (Ian MacLeod)
05:53 AM Ruby master Bug #7626: Bizarre Array#fetch behavior with a block when index is out of bounds
Why would you need to call fetch with a block if you already know the index is out of range? You already have the in... Nevir (Ian MacLeod)
03:46 AM Ruby master Bug #7626 (Rejected): Bizarre Array#fetch behavior with a block when index is out of bounds
This also occurs on Ruby 1.8.
First, the example, taken almost directly from the docs (except the docs only descri...
Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

04/28/2012

01:07 AM Ruby master Bug #4044: Regex matching errors when using \W character class and /i option
One additional note is that this only seems to occur when `\W` is in a character group:
~~~
➜ ruby -ve '("a".."z...
Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

07/01/2011

06:27 AM Backport192 Backport #4952: Integer#chr(Encoding::*) behaves inconsistently with negative or large values
This appears to be related to and likely a duplicate of http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/4869 Nevir (Ian MacLeod)
06:15 AM Backport192 Backport #4952 (Rejected): Integer#chr(Encoding::*) behaves inconsistently with negative or large values
These seem like they should all be raising RangeError; and appear to indicate that values are overflowing/being cast ... Nevir (Ian MacLeod)

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