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knight__ in other words: if I 'use something' I cannot add method to something, but if I use require I can add methots/var - class variables.
?
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raschipi There are multiple ways to find names of things. The first is the lexical pad. When you use my, you're adding the name there.
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raschipi Each scope has it's own, and the compiler can look up a name in multiple of them. 00:05
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knight__ I understand, you have symbol table at some scope 00:05
scope may be block, sub, class, whatever
raschipi The second one is package lookup, when you call something with a package name Package::Corp::variable, for example. 00:06
knight__ but, can I add some vars/function to "use something" module?
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raschipi The packages are a lot like hashes, they're called stashes in P6. 00:06
What 'use' does is to take package names and install the names into the pad 00:07
what will be installed is defined by what you're using
The third way to find a name is through method resolution
knight__ raschipi: Only names, not every symbol which I defined for exporting? 00:08
or name of module is index to scope of module?
raschipi Yes, everything that was setup to export.
Don't know anything else other than names, though. 00:09
For exporting a name and a reference is setup.
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raschipi Feel free to ask anything I didn't make clear. 00:11
knight__ raschipi: Does Module have own scope?
raschipi or name of module is index to scope of module? No, it's impossible to name a scope outside of it.
knight__ I mean
you have own symbol table for every module 00:12
raschipi Yes, each module has it's own scope and it's impossible to get to it unless it sends references.
timotimo there's the package scope where things declared "our" go
you can reach that
knight__ Yep, and my module's symbol table for "use" 00:13
raschipi Perl6 will automatically take the references from the EXPORT sub and is export trait and install in the local scope. You can't get to it otherwise.
knight__ can I change it?
raschipi Yes, anything created with 'our' will be installed in both the pad and the package stash. You can get those things through the stash.
change what? 00:14
knight__ the symbol table
I will show you on python
w8
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knight__ pastebin.com/dmirnwWq 00:17
So, I made class 00:18
with a class variable
and I dynamically added "b" variable
It can be done via __dict__
Also I can add dynamically method
raschipi For classes, that is bread and butter, very easy 00:19
Or do you want to do it to packages? That is done through a Stash docs.perl6.org/type/Stash
geekosaur methods can be added at runtime via the MOP
knight__ And I think, that In case of perl6 require, I can add dynamically method/var because it is in runtime 00:20
and not compiled
raschipi A Stash is a hash you can write to, like any other Hash.
timotimo knight__: symbols from "require" and methods in classes are entirely different 00:21
raschipi What is difficult, although some are working on it, is to change the lexical pad because it's set up at compile time.
but you didn't ask for that. 00:22
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knight__ raschipi: can I use Stash on "use module"? 00:23
can I change the state of compiled part? 00:24
I still dont get what is the real purpose of require.
raschipi Some are asking for a way to change the compile part at compile time, but it's not implemented yet.
knight__ raschipi: so Stash you can use only on objects which are "included via require"? 00:25
raschipi You can require something and then get to it with it's full name. Then you can set up alises for what you want to have short names.
timotimo m: say Str.WHO.^name
camelia Stash
timotimo a Stash is installed on every class, for example
most of them are empty, though
m: say Bool.WHO.perl 00:26
camelia {:!False, :True}
timotimo enums have stashes with contents
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knight__ Ok, so only "required" objects can I stash? 00:26
Ok, so only "required" objects can I Stash?
timotimo that question doesn't make sense to me 00:27
knight__ timotimo: can I use Stash - change method for example Int?
not Inheritance, dynamic... 00:28
raschipi not for methods, you need the MOP for that.
knight__ Ok, I am reading MOP docs 00:30
but I must go to bed, see ya, and thank you.
I am only want to know diffrences from "formal way".
timotimo stash is not how methods are looked up 00:31
also, i think Stash is immutable 00:32
geekosaur perl 6 is not python, methods don't live in a package symbol table
perl 6 is also not javascript, foo["x"] (or perl 6 equivalent foo{"x"}) is not the same as foo.x 00:33
every language does this differently; trying to carry things like that over to a different language won't work
knight__ You are right, but I am trying to understand how it works in Perl.
But I have not found some docs about it. 00:34
ok, I must go!
GN!
And thank you
geekosaur docs.perl6.org/language/objects#Me...rospection 00:35
which links to a couple of docs
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knight__ thanks 00:36
gN!
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timotimo should probably also tell them that perls 5 and 6 differ greatly in this respect 00:38
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raschipi Perl6 is the only language that I know where every type of resolution uses a different method for it. All others I know reuse some for different things. 00:51
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Note that wildcard C<.> now match "\n". Rewrite comments in regexes to make it practical
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COMBORICO Does ?/ have a name? 02:26
raschipi Never saw that 02:29
COMBORICO It is under regex.
say ~$/ if "abcdef" ~~ / bc.e /; 02:30
evalable6 bcde
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raschipi RIght, $/, not ?/ 02:31
it's the match variable
COMBORICO Oops! Getting sleepy . . .
Match variable! Okay, thanks. How is it different than topical variable ($_) 02:33
wander I've seen "Greedy matching can be explicitly requested with the ! modifier"
m: say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:{1..3}obar/;
camelia Nil
wander m: say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:?{1..3}obar/;
camelia 「fooobar」
wander m: say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:!{1..3}obar/;
camelia 「fooobar」
geekosaur $_ is the target of things. $/ is the result of things (specifically, matches)
COMBORICO Hmm! I like that summary. 02:34
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wander I think `/fo**:{1..3}obar/` equals to `/fo**:!{1..3}obar/` 02:34
COMBORICO I'll credit your name in my textbook.
wander but oops, they don't.
geekosaur wander, ! tells ** to match as much as it can. : tells it not to allow backtracking after it commits to a match. they do interact but they're very different things 02:35
wander I don't replace ":" with "!" 02:38
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wander since ":?" works well, and it said "!" is the explicit way to enable greedy matching, seems ":" should be as ":!" 02:39
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wander Having tried to add "!" at other position, but no one works. 02:43
If "!" is the explicit way to enable greed, and `/fo**:{1..3}obar/` using greedy, there is a way to explicitly request greedy with "!" in the regex 02:44
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wander geekosaur, sorry for my aggressive expression..suddenly notice it 02:48
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Todd Hi All! Do we have a "slurp" (to eat noisely) only it write the whole thing instead of reading the whole thing? I have tried "slop", "upchuck". I have a string with everything I want it in that I want to write to disk. www.freethesaurus.com/slurp is not help. Google give me tons of perl5 hits. 02:56
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Todd Wait. Just found it: rosettacode.org/wiki/Write_entire_file#Perl_6 It is `spurt` 02:58
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wander Todd, docs.perl6.org/language/io#Writing_to_files 03:10
colomon more broadly, docs.perl6.org/type/IO::Path 03:11
colomon had it open to look up .modified
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wander colomon, there is sometimes message leading with "*", such as "* colomon had it open to look up .modified", how do you do that? 03:12
geekosaur /me 03:13
colomon typed “/me” first (I think)
wander thank you
colomon it’s instictive at this point, and my client hides it once I type it. :)
TEttinger Todd: spit is somewhat customary in lisps as the counterpart to slurp
spurt rhymes so that makes sense somewhat 03:14
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Todd I was looking for something with a sence of humor. Whoever came up with slurp (which I adore) had a sense of humor! :-) 03:21
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TEttinger slurp I think goes way back to before perl, though I'm not sure 03:38
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piojo1 I noticed something weird when making a class indexable: accessing elements via the class (not instance) as C{$key} is mis-parsed as a closure. C<x> works, and C<<$key>> even works 04:39
m: class C { method m() handles <EXISTS-KEY AT-KEY DELETE-KEY ASSIGN-KEY BIND-KEY> { state %; } }; C<foo> = 42;
camelia ( no output )
piojo1 m: class C { method m() handles <EXISTS-KEY AT-KEY DELETE-KEY ASSIGN-KEY BIND-KEY> { state %; } }; C{'foo'} = 42;
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Autovivifying object closures not yet implemented. Sorry.
at <tmp>:1
------> N-KEY BIND-KEY> { state %; } }; C{'foo'} = 42;
piojo1 Is this a bug? 04:42
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piojo1 Oh, and being more explicit with "." to clarify that it's a method call solves the problem: 04:51
m: class C { method m() handles <EXISTS-KEY AT-KEY DELETE-KEY ASSIGN-KEY BIND-KEY> { state %; } }; C.{'foo'} = 42;
camelia ( no output )
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Todd Hi All, I have a mystery. Two computers with Rakudo 2017.08.1. This command gives me two separate results:my $CurlTmpFile = $?FILE.IO ~ ".tmp"; 05:35
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Todd computer 1: /home/linuxutil/CurlUtils.pm6 (CurlUtils).tmp 05:35
computer 2: /home/linuxutil/CurlUtils.pm6.tmp 05:36
I am stumped. I need the results of computer 2
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ugexe use $*PROGRAM instead of $?FILE 05:36
Todd testing 05:39
./CurlUtilsTest.pl6.tmp 05:41
I need the path too
and not pl6. I need pm6 05:42
I need the name of the module, not the calling program 05:44
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Todd I whacked it with 05:51
my $CurlTmpFile = $?FILE.IO ~ ".tmp"; my $CurlTmpFile ~~ s/" "\(.*?\)//;
and just removed the extra "my" 05:52
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wander .ask moritz why `say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:{1..3}obar/;` results differently with `say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:!{1..3}obar/;` 06:32
yoleaux wander: I'll pass your message to moritz.
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Todd Hi All, I am trying to replace leading spaces with another character. How would I modify the following to only replace leading spaces (I do not want them trimmed)? 06:45
$ perl6 -e 'my $x=" abc d e"; $x ~~ s:global/" "/x/; say $x;' xxabcxdxxe
piojo1 m: my $x = ' ab c d '; $x ~~ s/ ^' '+ //; say $x.perl; 06:47
camelia "ab c d "
piojo1 Todd: don't use :global unless you want the substitution to repeat
Todd testing 06:48
Rats, it subs all the leading spaces with a single character. 06:50
$ perl6 -e 'my $x=" abc d e"; $x ~~ s/^" "+ /x/; say $x;'
xabc d e
This is my eventual goal: 06:51
perl6 -e 'my $x=" abc d e"; $x ~~ s/^" "+ /&nbsp;/; say $x;'
wander perl6 -e 'my $x=" abc \n d \n e "; $x ~~ s:g/^^" "+ /&nbsp;/; say $x;' 06:52
if multi-line 06:53
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piojo1 Todd: by the way, that $?FILE bug is a result of this: rt.perl.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=128442 06:54
Todd: as wander said, ^^ and $$ are for matching the start/end of a line. ^ and $ match the start/end of the whole input. 06:55
Todd not multiline. "^^" still replaces all the spaces with a single character.
piojo1 oh, I see the problem now. I suggest using code to count the number of spaces you matched 06:57
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Todd Thanks for the bug url. Mean I's not losing my mind. Well, any more than I already ... 06:58
piojo1 I'll give an example in a moment...
Todd I am try to split the string into and array and reassenbling it. What a pain!
piojo1 no need. you can put the spaces in a match group (one match per space), then count the number of matches 06:59
when you have that, add back the nbsp;:
m: say 'nbsp' x 3
camelia nbspnbspnbsp
Todd did you say you had an example? 07:01
piojo1 removing some crap from it...
TEttinger m: my $x=" abc \n d \n e "; $x ~~ s:g/^^" " /&nbsp;/; say $x; 07:02
camelia &nbsp; abc
&nbsp; d
&nbsp; e
piojo1 m: my $x=" abc d e"; $x ~~ s/^ (' ')* /{ say "matched $0.elems() spaces"; "&nbsp;" x $0.elems; }/; say $x;
camelia matched 2 spaces
&nbsp;&nbsp;abc d e
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piojo1 TEttinger: I think the issue is to replace more than one leading space, not to do a per-line change 07:03
TEttinger I'm not totally sure what the question is here, what I pasted was an attempt to only remove the initial leading space
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TEttinger that's what I gathered from <Todd> Rats, it subs all the leading spaces with a single character. 07:03
piojo1 Todd: my example is printing both $x and debugging output, but you can ignore the debugging output. It should replace $x as needed 07:04
Todd I want to change each space into `&nbsp;`
testing
TEttinger err
each leading space, or every space?
and I don't know quite what leading means here, if it's the first space on a line or the first space in a string or the first section of spaces before a non-space char 07:06
wander_ m: my $x=" abc \n d \n e "; $x ~~ s:g/^^(" ")+ /{"&nbsp;"x$/[0].elems}/; say $x;
camelia &nbsp;&nbsp;abc
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;d
&nbsp;&nbsp;e
wander_ Todd, ^^
Todd $ perl6 -e 'my $x=" abc d e "; $x ~~ s:g/^^(" ")+ /{"&nbsp;"x$/[0].elems}/; say $x;' 07:07
&nbsp;&nbsp;abc d e
perfect! Thank you! How in the world did you figure that out?! 07:08
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wander_ you need more information of the match, so do a capture 07:08
and to get the exact match 07:09
Todd Yo guys have created a monster! 07:11
&nbsp;&nbsp;Used Dev Size : 1855871108 (1769.90 GiB 1900.41 GB)<br>
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Todd This stuff is working so well, I am about to giggle. 07:13
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piojo1 Todd: perl6 regexes are complicated, but awesome. But I recently discovered a lot of the perl6 grammar power exists in perl5, but you had to use weird syntax and modifiers to make it work 07:25
The power has been brough forward, so it's a first class part of the language.
Todd My first YUGE programming efforts were about 30 years ago with Pascal and Modula2. Now I do a lot of Sys admin work and I write myself a lot of stuff. I use to do it in bash and batch. What a pain in the neck. So I moved to Perl. I hvae been programming Perl5 for a while when moved to Perl 6. I adore Perl 6. (The subs in p5 drives me nuts [@_]). I am not doing any new code in p5. Transitioning from Modula2 to Perl gave me a migra 07:29
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Todd top down, for which I am very grateful. Some p5 guys are crabby about p6. I don't get it. Soon as I got a load of p6, I dropped P5 like a hot potato. 07:30
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Todd Is "slurp" support to create a file if it does not exist? 07:52
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AlexDaniel no 07:53
Todd rats!
Thank you!
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AlexDaniel m: dd Rat xx 10 07:57
camelia (Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat, Rat).Seq
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Todd :-) 08:04
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wander m: sub f { "hello" }; say &f.CALL-ME(); 08:24
camelia No such method 'CALL-ME' for invocant of type 'Sub'
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
wander ^^ surprised
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AlexDaniel squashable6: next 08:29
squashable6 AlexDaniel, ⚠🍕 Next SQUASHathon in 2 days and ≈1 hour (2017-11-04 UTC-12⌁UTC+14). See github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/Mont...Squash-Day
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Todd Bye Bye. Thank you all so much. You guys heped me complete an over a month long progject. 09:01
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moritz good morning 09:13
yoleaux 06:32Z <wander> moritz: why `say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:{1..3}obar/;` results differently with `say 'fooobar' ~~ /fo**:!{1..3}obar/;`
moritz why wouldn't it? it's not the same regex :) 09:14
with : you disable backtracking, so the first part matches all o's, causing the "obar" to fail 09:16
with ! you re-enable it, so the quantifier can give up the extra o again
:! seems kinda non-sensical
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moritz huh 09:27
Invalid json? File: /root/.zef/store/Grammar-ErrorReporting-0.2.tar.gz/Grammar-Error-Reporting-0.2/.gitignore
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moritz I never expected my .gitignore to be valid json... 09:27
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knight__ hello, what does WARNING: unhandled Failure detected in DESTROY. mean? 09:46
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moritz it means that something failed in a destructor 09:47
and since the destructor is called from the garbage collector, there is no caller which could receive an exception 09:48
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sproctor @moritz is .gitignore not the first line in your .gitignore? 09:53
(Also looking forward to the Grammars book :) )
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knight__ I am lost with this require, when I use last perl6 Rakudo version 2017.09-489-g6ad06fad9 09:53
somehow it works 09:54
but
when I use 2016.12 built on MoarVM version 2016.12
nope
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knight__ Can someone look to my code bitbucket.org/najt/perl_project/co...st_require ? I do not know what shall I do... 09:58
?
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DrForr When someone else installs your module the build process should pick up dependencies, I wouldn't really go to that much trouble to catch errors. 10:02
(also, "omg" doesn't really help me understand what your problem is...) 10:03
knight__ Yep, but my task is something like: When I have not installed depends, you program should work for case ./program -h -> should shows the help message.
/usr/bin/perl6 main.p6 --buy-sell='buy' --currency=CZK --date="2015-10-09" 10:04
===SORRY!=== Error while compiling /home/a/Skola/PJS2/projekt/perl/main.p6
Undeclared names: MBANK used at line 65 NBP used at line 64 NBPref used at line 63
/usr/bin/perl6 --version
This is Rakudo version 2016.12 built
DrForr lib/MBANK.pm6 and class MBANK::MBANK don't quite work together. 10:07
moritz sproctor: the .gitignore file is under version control, so it doesn't list itself 10:09
sproctor Oh. See I generally don't put mine in the repo. Different strokes I guess. 10:10
DrForr Convention would be to create lib/MBANK/MBANK.pm6 in your case, then the require() call would be looking for the correct file.
moritz sproctor: if you don't put it under version control, you can place it in .git/config/exclude
DrForr Also just a personal question - --currency=CZK - do you by chance hail from Czechia? If so, ahoj from Prague :) 10:11
knight__ :-D Cau, ale som zo Slovenska 10:12
nine knight__: replace "require" by "use" and don't try to handle dependency errors. If the default error message for an unsatisfied dependency can be improved, please let us know, so we can fix it for everyone. 10:13
knight__ nine: I cannot, because this is my TASK by my professor. If some "perl" develop can send him mail about it. 10:14
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knight__ :-) 10:14
DrForr Okay, now I'm *really* curious :) An actual programming class using Perl 6. I've got a retrospective meeting right now, but I'm *really* curious about this school, where it is, how we can help... 10:15
knight__ He teaches Perl5, but I want Perl6. 10:16
and :-X
moritz knight__: maybe show us how you use the module that you import? 10:21
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knight__ moritz: In module I have a class, I am calling class and making instance of it 10:24
bitbucket.org/najt/perl_project/sr...ew-default
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knight__ "use module" version ^ 10:25
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El_Che knight: a reason you use that specific version? I see debian 9 an ubuntu 17.04 have it 10:25
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knight__ moritz: I make @ with instances of bank 10:26
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knight__ and calls methods in map 10:26
So, I am changing online inner state of Objects
s/online/only 10:27
El_Che: do you mean This is Rakudo version 2016.12 ?
It is from Debian repo
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knight__ I have compiled new version from repo via rakudobrew 10:28
El_Che In case you're using newer feature, I have debian packages available
knight__ This is Rakudo version 2017.09-489-g6ad06fad9
El_Che github.com/nxadm/rakudo-pkg
knight__ require version works, but 10:29
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knight__ I have problem with destructor DESTROY something... 10:29
moritz knight__: I think at this point, the easiest way to catch the error is to do something like
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knight__ what I mentioned, when I joined here 10:29
moritz BEGIN { try { require module1; require module2; .. } # handle errors here }
and then do the regular "use" calls below that 10:30
knight__ but It will not solve one thing
if someone call ./program -h
and you have not dependencies
it will crash
or it will not work
am I right?
moritz right 10:31
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moritz ok, let my try to eplain some more background 10:31
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moritz in Perl 5, the compiler looks for symbols such as class names in the symbol table 10:31
Perl 6 tends to look in lexical scopes more 10:32
but, lexical scopes are immutable at run time
so, in Perl 5, when you do a "require Foo" followed by Foo->import(), thins Just Work[tm]
that is, you get all the symbols that a "use Foo;" would import