shan (Shannon Skipper)
- 07:44 PM Ruby master Feature #16341: Proposal: Set#to_proc and Hash#to_proc
- Nondv (Dmitry Non) wrote:
> Speaking of hashes, they could implement implicit proc conversion as well:
- 01:33 AM Ruby master Feature #16275: Revert `.:` syntax
- I've already fallen into using ` .:` in 2.7. I'd personally miss `.:` since it feels super natural to me.
- 08:26 PM Ruby master Feature #16261: Enumerable#each_splat and Enumerator#splat
- This reminds me of a neat post showing applicatives in pictures: http://adit.io/posts/2013-04-17-functors,_applicativ...
- 04:00 PM Ruby master Misc #16130: [Discussion / Ideas] Finding a good name for the concept of/behind guilds - primarily the NAME
- A Braid of Threads also makes sense in that metaphor. Twine is another option similar to Rope or Yarn.
I do like t...
- 11:51 PM Ruby master Feature #16113: Partial application
- I like Hanmac's idea.
Seems very close to:
- 11:42 PM Ruby master Feature #16120: Omitted block argument if block starts with dot-method call
- A bit of an aside, but it's often just as fast to do two iterations with small collections, since the shorthand parse...
- 01:28 AM Ruby master Feature #16113: Partial application
- An aside, but I took a stab at a pure Ruby implementation of keyword argument currying: https://gist.github.com/haven...
- 06:01 PM Ruby master Feature #16011: Digit grouping
- ``` ruby
def delimited(by: ',', digits: 0, padding: '0', every: 3)
extra_padding_size = digits...
- 03:29 PM Ruby master Feature #15799: pipeline operator
- Seeing `|>` my assumption would be that you could use it in the functional style, so you could do:
- 10:09 AM Ruby master Feature #13821: Allow fibers to be resumed across threads
- If automatic detection of whether a Fiber is shareable across Threads isn't viable, it would be really, really nice t...
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