jwmittag (Jörg W Mittag)
- Email: Ruby-Lang@JoergWMittag.De
- Registered on: 06/05/2014
- Last connection: 01/26/2019
- 01:14 PM Ruby trunk Feature #15563: #dig that throws an exception if an key doesn't exist
- shevegen (Robert A. Heiler) wrote:
> I have no particular pro or con against the feature itself as such; I myself do...
- 09:10 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14145: Proposal: Better Method#inspect
- guilhermereiscampos (Guilherme Reis Campos) wrote:
> zverok (Victor Shepelev) wrote:
> > ```ruby
> > # We can't ex...
- 04:03 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14912: Introduce pattern matching syntax
- I don't have anything specific to say about this particular proposal, I just want to point out that a lot of people h...
- 03:26 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14652: ruby -e "p ARGV" **/* is reasonably but slow
- sanae (Sanae Artoria) wrote:
> ~~~ ruby
> C:\Users\Administrator>ruby -e "p ARGV" **/*
> Runs slow ...
- 03:16 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14541: Class variables have broken semantics, let's fix them
- Hanmac (Hans Mackowiak) wrote:
> @Eregon: the problem is the other way around ...
> a class variable in a super...
- 03:10 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14423: Enumerator from single object
- [Oops. I didn't see #14781.]
The general version of this method is the category-theoretical dual of a `fold` (call...
- 01:44 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14164: [Suggestion] Type system for ruby 3x to be usable for e. g. rubocop or autogenerating crystal code and so forth
- I feel that most discussions about "type systems" or "types" for Ruby suffer from a serious lack of unambiguous defin...
- 09:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12589: VM performance improvement proposal
- vmakarov (Vladimir Makarov) wrote:
> For example, GCC/LLVM optimizes well int->fixnum->int->... conversions but they...
- 01:55 AM Ruby trunk Bug #14069: Document order of elements in Set
- *Is* that actually guaranteed by the specification? Can you point to any specification or documentation or official s...
- 01:50 AM Ruby trunk Misc #13968: [Ruby 3.x perhaps] - A (minimal?) static variant of ruby
- Just to make sure I understand what you are talking about, when you write "Ruby", do you *really* mean "Ruby", or do ...
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