pmichaud happy leap second, everyone (oops, we missed it!) 00:21
colomon told my wife that same thing at approximately the same time. :) 00:25
sorear o/ pmichaud 00:37
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adu \o 00:58
japhb Is .clone supposed to make deep copies, shallow copies, or bindings of the unchanged attributes? 00:59
sorear shallow copies
japhb I had a feeling ... 01:00
sorear but niecza currently just does bindings, I think
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japhb Is there a deep copy operation, other than I suppose 'eval $foo.perl' 01:02
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dalek p: bec0eba | pmichaud++ | src/HLL/
Restore a basic dumping capability from Parrot's Data::Dumper.
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dalek p: 2bd8dcb | pmichaud++ | src/HLL/
HLL::Compiler --stagestats=3 (or greater) now introduces prompts after each compilation stage.

check for system resource usage.
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diakopter has watched too many times. 06:45
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cogno Tadzik are you around here? 07:19
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[Coke] so, spends 53% of its time in type_check in 07:53
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tadzik [Coke]: yes 08:10
I missed cogno
nvm [Coke]
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[Coke] aw. 08:16
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moritz good localtime everybody 08:17
diakopter hi 08:18
[Coke] moritz: ho
tadzik hello moritz
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moritz a friend of mine is looking for a functional programming job; does anybody know such a vacancy by chance? 08:19
preferably not at a bank 08:20
tadzik: do you want to give me a commit bit for File::Tools, or want a pull request? 08:22
tadzik moritz: I'll give it to you right away
moritz tadzik: ok, thanks
tadzik moritz: there you are
moritz I hate to go through the dance of forking, adding origin, pushing, opening pull request just to get one patch in 08:23
tadzik right
moritz I see some potential for workflow automate here
imagine a git github-push-pullrequest command which automates all that for you 08:24
tadzik hm 08:27
moritz and Panda needs to copy over the new File::Find, right? 08:28
tadzik aye
I'm wondering if git substree or so could do that for us
the Submodules That Don't Suck, or something 08:30
moritz tadzik: either you'll have to do the panda updating, or hand out another commit bit :-) 08:32
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tadzik moritz: I've just commit-bit you :) 08:33
make: Circular blib/lib/File/Find.pir <- blib/lib/File/Find.pir dependency dropped.
yeah. ufo doesn't like 'use File::Find' in SYNOPSIS :) 08:34
dalek nda: b97cf9f | moritz++ | ext/File/
[ext] update to latest version of File::Find
tadzik \o/
I'm now trying to make panda less broken, which should enable me to finally get the pod thing right
sisar o/ 08:36
moritz++ #star release !
moritz tadzik: I notice that panda has lots of code like statefile => $statefile, projectsfile => $projectsfile,
tadzik moritz: yes
moritz tadzik: do you dislike the :$statefile pair syntax? 08:37
tadzik moritz: I've now in the process of killing Panda::Resources, which make no sense at all
moritz or were you simply unware of it?
tadzik I may have just forgotten about it :)
feel free to make it nicer :)
moritz ok :-)
btw I now get the same error as Gabor (see p6u) when bootrsapping panda 08:40
seems it's some problem with reading the projectsfile
Connecting to (||:3000... failed: Connection refused. 08:41
oh, that might be it
tadzik aw, my fault again 08:42
[Coke] moritz: I have been up way too long, but have a pc laptop with devtools I can use to try to get panda working on win tomorrow.
for now, zzzes, though. 08:43
tadzik my crontab @reboot perl /home/tjs/modules/bin/ apparently doesn't work
cognominal tadzik, I am with maryline She tells me she should meet you at 12?
[Coke] I'd be interested if jnthn++ can make anything of the "type_check" taking 53% of runtime on that rosettacode example.
tadzik cognominal: that was the plan, yes
cognominal does this still hold
she is fine by now
tadzik sure
moritz tadzik: maybe be explicit about which perl to invoke?
cognominal ok. So see you there. 08:44
tadzik moritz: I'll try that
moritz tadzik: if you have a perlbrew'ed perl, then crontab won't see it
tadzik cognominal: great, thanks
moritz: no, I don't think I do
moritz because crontab doesn't source .bash_proflie/.bashrc
tadzik but maybe I should tell it to use /usr/bin/perl or so
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moritz r: say 'nosuchflie'.IO.z 08:48
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
moritz r: say 'nosuchflie'.IO.f
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
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tadzik moritz: I'm having trouble deciding where projects' workdir resolution should belong in the code 08:50
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dalek nda: 97ebac0 | moritz++ | lib/Panda/
empty projectsfile is also a reason to update it
tadzik I thought resources was a bit of a bad idea, in terms that it doesn't make much sense make every Panda submodule resolve it itself; it should probably be given to it
moritz oh dammit, that commit was wrong 08:52
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dalek nda: 8800ec5 | moritz++ | lib/Panda/
fix precedence problem in previous commit (97ebac0)
moritz tadzik: I'm a bit lost here; what workdir are you talking about? 08:54
tadzik: the one where you clone and build a project into?
tadzik moritz: well, the workdir is where most of what panda does happens. Fetcher fetches a project to a workdir, builder builds stuff in the workdir, tester tests stuff there, installer instals file from there 08:56
so the entire workflow is mostly oriented around this working directory
moritz tadzik: then yes, it should be given to each submodule
tadzik right
so at first I thought about subclassing Pies::Project, to get Panda::Project which is aware of its workdir 08:57
and I'm now wondering if that's the right approach
because if I was to change the number of parameters passed to each of the submodules, then I'd have to change Pies as well 08:58
I'm not sure how it should look 08:59
moritz me neither, sorry 09:00
actually I don't know much about how panda works
I just try to fix small scale stuff when I can 09:01
tadzik that's great
I may need to rethink this design 09:03
or just look again at how Pls was doing this :) 09:04
dalek nda: f3a494d | moritz++ | lib/Panda/
die if from_json($projectsfile) is not defined

this gives a slightly better error message than the
  "Odd number of elements found where hash expected" which
Gabor reported on [email@hidden.address]
tadzik ok, pls hardcodes everything as "cache/$project<name>" 09:10
(the workdirs)
dalek o: 2f477c5 | moritz++ | bin/ufo:
ignore "use fatal"
moritz star: say 'oh hai' 09:21
p6eval star 2012.06: OUTPUT«oh hai␤»
moritz that's the new one
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diakopter r: class A { method b { method c { 55 } } }; say A.c # um 10:39
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«55␤»
diakopter r: class A { method b { method c { return class D { } } } }; say^methods 10:44
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«␤»
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tadzik seen cognominal? 12:43
aloha cognominal was last seen in #perl6 3 hours 59 mins ago saying "ok. So see you there.".
tadzik damn :/ 12:44
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murdegern hello all 14:12
just getting my feet wet with perl6, please be gentle...
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murdegern right now, I want to clone an array of arrays... like this: @gf = ( [0,1], [2,3] ); @sgf=@gf.clone; 14:13
but it's not a deep copy, if I put @gf[0][0] = 4; then, @sgf[0][0] is also 4
how can I do this better? 14:14
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pmichaud good morning, #perl6 15:40
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felher good am, pm 15:49
moritz \o 15:50
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felher moritz: i just borrowed "good am, pm". You may still say it ;) 15:52
UncleFester6 use Test;my $i = 0;my @a = (10, 20 ,30 ,40);my @l := gather { for @a {$i++; take $_ } };my @pull;push @pull, $i, $_ for @l;is_deeply(@pull, [ 0, 10, 1, 20, 2, 30, 3, 40]); # just test - no need to comment
rakudo: use Test;my $i = 0;my @a = (10, 20 ,30 ,40);my @l := gather { for @a {$i++; take $_ } };my @pull;push @pull, $i, $_ for @l;is_deeply(@pull, [ 0, 10, 1, 20, 2, 30, 3, 40]); # just test - no need to comment
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«not ok 1 - ␤# got: [4, 10, 4, 20, 4, 30, 4, 40]␤# expected: [0, 10, 1, 20, 2, 30, 3, 40]␤»
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tadzik hello #perl6 16:33
pmichaud hello tadzik
how is/was fpw? 16:34
tadzik it was great
I'm quite satisfied with both of my talks, and I got the motivation to hack back after the exam madness 16:35
pmichaud \o/
tadzik and I'm quite convinced Pies/Panda needs sort of a redesign
although I'm not sure what is the right way to go with it 16:37
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pmichaud well, what parts are troublesome in the current design? 16:37
diakopter quietfanatic: howdy
tadzik but I thought I'll just experiment with different things and see what seems the most sane
pmichaud that approach often works, yes. :)
quietfanatic hello
tadzik pmichaud: I don't think submodules (Panda::Builder and so) are really given what they need
pmichaud tadzik: example? 16:38
tadzik if you look at the code now, you'll notice that every submodule keeps a Panda::Resources in the attributes, and then uses it every single time to obtain a workdir
whereas a workdir is the most essential thing it actually needs. It knows what to do, you should just show it where it starts to work 16:39
instead of that, it receives Pies::Project as a parameter, which gives it almost no information it needs and lots of stuff it doesn't
pmichaud yes, it sounds very much like a refactor is needed there
something a bit more direct
tadzik what I tried yesterday to make it saner was to put workdir as one of the attributes in Panda::Project, which is Pies::Project
quietfanatic r: my @a = ([1, 2], [3, 4]); my @b = @a>>.clone; @a[0][0] = 4; say @b
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«1 2 3 4␤»
tadzik but that makes testing tricky and confusing 16:40
so I think there's way too much "OOP ALL THE THINGS" in it, and somewhat unifying the interface of the submodules for no good reason
pmichaud I often think that (too much "oop everything").
tadzik I looked back at the prior art (pls) on this, and pls actually creates a hardcoded workdir ("cache/$name") on itself, which proves that it really is a proof-of-concept :) 16:41
so what I plan to do now is figure out what is exactly what each of the submodules give, give them that, and expect a very specific result of their work, which I can easily test 16:42
as in: I expect of Installer to copy all the things it finds in blib/. No thinking
I want Builder to take lib/ and create a blib/ that a user needs. No magic 16:43
pmichaud heh
tadzik ...well, maybe in this case magic is what actually drives this thing
pmichaud that's kind of .... exactly
it's high magic at the level you're describing :)
tadzik heh
pmichaud which is absolutely fine and desirable, if it works (and if there are ways to adjust the magic when needed)
tadzik correct
so I'll just throw stuff around, break ALL THE THINGS and see if I can make panda a better anima... well, sort of 16:44
pmichaud sounds like a good plan to move forward 16:47
okay, I'm afk for a bit.
tadzik okay
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diakopter prn: say 3888888888888888888888888888888888 +| 222222222222222222222222222222222222222 16:57
p6eval niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«-2147483648␤»
..rakudo a6d08c, pugs: OUTPUT«222225113149307211803172354940963909566␤»
diakopter I suppose MIN_INT is decent enough for niecza 16:59
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tadzik rnp: my $a = "foobarbaz"; $a ~~ /bar/; say $/.prematch 17:12
p6eval pugs: OUTPUT«Error eval perl5: "if (!$INC{'Pugs/Runtime/Match/'}) {␤ unshift @INC, '/home/p6eval/.cabal/share/Pugs-';␤ eval q[require 'Pugs/Runtime/Match/'] or die $@;␤}␤'Pugs::Runtime::Match::HsBridge'␤"␤*** Can't locate P…
..rakudo a6d08c, niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«foo␤»
tadzik oh wow 17:31
Wikipedia says: Red pandas are generally quiet except for some twittering, tweeting, and whistling.
Twittering and tweeting! Quite a meaning those worlds've got recently 17:32
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tadzik r: 17:44
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«1..9␤ok 1 - ␤ok 2 - ␤ok 3 - ␤ok 4 - ␤ok 5 - ␤ok 6 - ␤ok 7 - ␤ok 8 - ␤ok 9 - ␤»
tadzik I find this sort of awesome
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flussence oh wow 17:55
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sisar tadzik++: nice ! 17:57
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sorear good * #perl6 18:31
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moritz \o sorear 18:34
TimToady sorear: o/ and did you see the nieczabug at ?/e
tadzik now that only needs a wrapper, so you can do typed_sub(Str, Int) and it would give you back the type :)
I have a thing to hack on
TimToady s['/e'] = '' 18:35
[Coke] rebuilds and installs rakudo-lastest on win7.
panda me.
sorear TimToady: yeah, can't do much about it right now
o/ moritz
TimToady ran into it in Real Code™ 18:36
diakopter doesn't know whether s['/e'] = '' is real syntax. /me is ignorant of such things 18:37
[Coke] perl6 bin\panda -> could not find Shell::Command 18:38
moritz diakopter: it is
r: $_ = 'a/e'; s['/e'] = ''; .say
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«a␤»
moritz n: $_ = 'a/e'; s['/e'] = ''; .say
p6eval niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«a␤»
tadzik [Coke]: did you bootstrap it?
[Coke] tadzik: that IS bootstrap. 18:39
ah, earlier: "Could not find Panda in any of: ..." 18:40
diakopter n: sub s { }; say &s[0][0][0][0][0][0];
p6eval niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«sub s(Any \$_) { ... }␤»
[Coke] I do not have wget installed yet, but also do not see it trying to run wget anywhere.
tadzik okay
it only tries it once
rn: sub foo { return Sub where { True } } 18:41
p6eval niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤␤Two terms in a row (listop with args requires whitespace or parens) at /tmp/38H7wK23Qs line 1:␤------> sub foo { return Sub ⏏where { True } }␤␤Parse failed␤␤»
..rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Unable to parse blockoid, couldn't find final '}' at line 2, near "return Sub"␤»
tadzik hmm seems to indicate that this is a syntax for anynymous subtypes
moritz nr: say Sub
p6eval rakudo a6d08c, niecza v19-7-g5e25209: OUTPUT«Sub()␤»
timotimo r: $a = sub ($a, $b) {}; say $a.signature.params[0].type ~~ Int; 18:42
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Variable $a is not declared␤at /tmp/IiS4h_uSlv:1␤»
timotimo r: my $a = sub ($a, $b) {}; say $a.signature.params[0].type ~~ Int;
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
timotimo mhm, mhm.
[Coke] tadzik: I installed wget. reran same error. 18:45
git clean -xdf in case something was cached - boostrap again, same error.
timotimo tadzik: you wrote "plan 9" and resisted the urge to say something about outer space? 18:46
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[Coke] perl6lib bug on win? 18:47
cxreg that list of unsupported features on the star announcements is dwindling 18:49
is async i/o on the radar or is that far off? 18:50
[Coke] r: say $VM
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Variable $VM is not declared␤at /tmp/cBXnAWLUKj:1␤»
[Coke] r: say $VM<config><osname>
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Variable $VM is not declared␤at /tmp/gF_LVHJTny:1␤»
moritz r: say $*VM
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«("name" => "parrot", "config" => {"git_describe" => "RELEASE_4_5_0", "sha1" => "522f92816a93a3f6978f06da6a9234b667697270", "a" => ".a", "ar" => "ar", "ar_extra" => "", "ar_out" => "", "archname" => "i486-linux-gnu-thread-multi-64int", "arflags" => "cr", "as" => "as…
[Coke] the PERL6LIB handling is keying off that variable, and it isn't defined.
moritz: src/core/, line 68 18:51
nwc10 cxreg: I'd guess that async i/o really depends on support from it from the VM. So for Rakudo, that would be Parrot, and it's not clear what Parrot's roadmap will deliver when.
but I am neither a Rakudo nor a Parrot developer, just an observer.
cxreg nwc10: yeah i suppose that is true
moritz [Coke]: line 48 installs it as $PROCESS::VM, which makes it available as $*VM in user space 18:52
[Coke]: what does $*VM<config><osname> say on your system?
[Coke] moritz: but it's used as $VM on line 68, 69. should that work?
moritz [Coke]: yes
[Coke] $*VM<config><osname> gives the right answer. $VM<config><osname> -> Variable $VM is not declared. 18:53
(in the REPL)
moritz [Coke]: it's declared lexically as $VM, but inside a block; then it is installed globally later on
and because it's inside a block, userspace code cannot see it as $VM directly
timotimo wow, $*VM is a *huge* bit of output 18:54
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moritz r: say $*VM<config>.elems 18:55
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«256␤»
moritz timotimo: it's all parrot's config stuff
[Coke] ah! bootstrap.bat has a trailing space on the first line.
moritz [Coke]: and that sets PERL6LIB incorrectly? 18:56
cxreg nwc10: yeah. "Currently, Parrot only implements synchronous I/O operations"
[Coke] now the install proceeds, but dies with "unable to open filehandle from path "C:\Users\coke/.panda/projets.json'
moritz: apparently. 18:57
projects.json doesn't exist.
tadzik timotimo: oh, true :)
dalek nda: f4e6b5c | moritz++ | bootstrap.bat:
[bootstrap.bat] remove trailing space

seems to cause damage on win7. [Coke]++
nda: 67cca94 | moritz++ | lib/
cosmetic changes
tadzik oh, that got fixed already 18:58
moritz [Coke]: it should try to download that with wget
tadzik cxreg: but we do have .poll
but, it's still non-blocking, not asynchronous
cxreg yeah true, i guess you could implement your own event loop using poll
tadzik I did that :) 18:59
cxreg cool
cxreg nice
[Coke] moritz: 2 bugs:
cxreg you're polling the sockets serially? that's odd 19:00
[Coke] shell outputs no errors when its command fails
can't use single quotes to group args on win.
[Coke] changes it to " locally to test..
tadzik ===SORRY!=== 19:01
ResizablePMCArray: Can't pop from an empty array!
now that's a new error
cxreg tadzik: unless i'm missing some laziness or concurrency semantic?
tadzik cxreg: yeah, I'm doing exactly that
moritz r: use ::;
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Could not find :: in any of: /home/p6eval/.perl6/lib, /home/p6eval/nom-inst2/lib/parrot/4.5.0-devel/languages/perl6/lib␤»
tadzik MuEvent isn't really a proper solution, no
cxreg well, i guess it works :)
tadzik yeah, it does ;)
it can do async HTTP requests and stuff
moritz tadzik: it usually happens when you use an empty name somewhere you shouldn't
(but not always)
[Coke] next failure: 'e' is not recognized as an interncal or external command.
tadzik moritz: yeah, that's it 19:02
r: sub { return subset :: of Sub where { 1 } }
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤ResizablePMCArray: Can't pop from an empty array!␤»
tadzik S12 says it's valid
moritz tadzik: prolly just NYI
tadzik yeah, may be
so I can't return an anonymous subset; shame 19:03
but I can make another hack to get that P:
tadzik hmm, that rings a bell 19:04
old rove
* prove
with no -e support
moritz might be spelled -p
(for "perl executable")
[Coke] my prove is tap harness 3.23 19:05
tadzik oooohohoho
dalek nda: 2a794e3 | moritz++ | lib/Panda/
use double quotes for quoting shell arguments

more windows friendly that way. [Coke]++
[Coke] guessing it's related to how you're invoke prove there. 19:08
in panda\lib\Panda, you modify PERL6LIB but don't take path separators into account. 19:09
; vs. :
tadzik ohoho this is so evil 19:10
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[Coke] looks like this is in a few places. 19:13
tadzik: what, panda? ;)
I am also unsure {shell "env VAR=$val ..."} is valid cmd shell. 19:17
might need to be something like "set VAR=$val; ..."
moritz does simply VAR=$val programm work on windows? 19:18
[Coke] moritz; no
(note that that is not actually a command in cmd.exe ;) 19:19
tadzik [Coke]: no, the code I'm writing that still fails too many tests to show it off :)
essentially this:
r: say so Any ~~ Str 19:20
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
tadzik r: say so Str ~~ Any
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«True␤»
tadzik but reversing the arguments to Z~~ doesn't fix it :( 19:21
Z=== doesn't work either. Hmm
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moritz ~~ does something special syntactically 19:22
r: say (Any, Str) Z=== (Str, Str)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False True␤»
moritz looks correct to me
tadzik yeah
r: (Str, Int) ~~ (sub(Str, Any) { })*type) 19:23
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Confused␤at /tmp/CURPZ16U8H:1␤»
tadzik r: (Str, Int) ~~ (sub (Str, Any) { })*type)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«===SORRY!===␤Unable to parse postcircumfix:sym<( )>, couldn't find final ')' at line 2, near "type)"␤»
moritz *.type
tadzik r: (Str, Int) ~~ (sub (Str, Any) { })*.type)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: ( no output )
dalek nda: 3a31d6c | moritz++ | lib/Panda/ (2 files):
PERL6LIB separator is OS sensitive
tadzik r: say so (Str, Int) ~~ (sub (Str, Any) { })*.type)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
tadzik looks correct
oh, so I don't need Z~~
r: say so (Str, Int) Z~~ (sub (Str, Any) { })*.type)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
tadzik r: say so (Str, Int) ~~ (sub (Str, Int) { })*.type) 19:24
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«True␤»
tadzik r: say so (Str, Int) Z~~ (sub (Str, Int) { })*.type)
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«False␤»
[Coke] moritz++ !
moritz [Coke]: it still uses env though
tadzik yay fixed~
r: 19:25
p6eval rakudo a6d08c: OUTPUT«1..9␤ok 1 - lives 1␤ok 2 - ␤ok 3 - ␤ok 4 - ␤ok 5 - lives 2␤ok 6 - ␤ok 7 - ␤ok 8 - ␤ok 9 - ␤»
tadzik thus, Typed::Subroutines comes to life
moritz [Coke]: does panda work now? or does it need set VAR=$val; ... ? 19:26
and I guess you can't use ; either to separate statements udner windows...
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moritz oh, but we can now set %*ENV 19:26
which we couldn't back in the days 19:27
lemme try
[Coke] ah, that is the best option. ja.
I assumed it didn't work, still. ;)
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tadzik oh, Podbug :) 19:28 19:29