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comborico1611 Yup. 01:10
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tony-o surprised Slang::SQL is still working after all of the changes 01:49
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buggable New CPAN upload: Result-0.1.0.tar.gz by SAMGWISE cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SA/...1.0.tar.gz 03:25
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buggable New CPAN upload: Seq-PreFetch-0.1.0.tar.gz by SAMGWISE cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SA/...1.0.tar.gz 03:35
New CPAN upload: Slang-Predicate-0.0.1.tar.gz by SAMGWISE cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SA/...0.1.tar.gz
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skids m: ␤=SEE-ALSO foo␤␤42.say␤ 03:50
camelia 42
skids ...that breaks with real newlines.
regression within last few months.
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buggable New CPAN upload: Serialise-Map-0.1.0.tar.gz by SAMGWISE cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SA/...1.0.tar.gz 04:05
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Herby_ o/ 04:22
skids o/
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Herby_ anyone here poke around with raspberry pi's? 04:25
skids Yes, but not me :-)
Herby_ i ordered one on a whim. wonder if anyone has got p6 working on it 04:26
skids gist.github.com/stmuk/84b49fc92cba...f6c4ce9bfe 04:27
mspo I have an older one in a shoe box somewhere
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Herby_ skids: thanks. I'm a linux rookie so I'm gonna have to do some reading to figure that out 04:28
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ZzZombo Why does REPL not relay messages printed in used modules? 04:56
WTF, I can't return early from my trait, not even "fail" does that! 05:01
geekosaur traits are run at compile time. what does returning early mean in that context? 05:02
ZzZombo abort executing the rest of code?
executing/evaluating of the trait code, I mean. 05:03
geekosaur I would expect "fail" to be a bit odd at compile time, tbh 05:05
ZzZombo I couldn't even change code flow inside with an `if 0`! Is this documented somewhere? 05:13
geekosaur now *that* seems odd 05:16
conceivably there is something about control exceptions not working right at compile time, but I suspect that would be considered a bug 05:17
skids
.oO(nevermind apparently my instal script stopped working and I was running an old rakudo)
05:18
ZzZombo m: class C { has Numeric:D $.probability is default(1) where * >= 0 } 05:25
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot invoke this object (REPR: Null; VMNull)
at <tmp>:1
ZzZombo I broke something again :/
skids ZzZombo: maybe see if a "default { }" will leave the block. 05:26
ZzZombo What? Leave what block?
skids your trait
ZzZombo I don't understand your suggestion, like, at all. 05:27
skids You wanted to stop a trait block in the middle, right?
m: for ^4 { .say; default { }; "HERE".say } 05:28
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ZzZombo No
I wanted the `is default(1)`, I don't even know what does "stop a trait block" mean. 05:29
skids I'm referrig to 'ZzZombo: WTF, I can't return early from my trait, not even "fail" does that!' 05:31
ZzZombo Ah, you should have clarified that.
m: class C { has Numeric:D $.probability is default(1) where { $_ >= 0 } } 05:35
camelia ( no output )
ZzZombo this works
m: say (* > 0).gist 05:36
camelia { ... }
ZzZombo m: say (* > 0).WHAT
camelia (WhateverCode)
ZzZombo m: say {$_ > 0}.WHAT
camelia (Block)
ZzZombo m: class C { has Numeric:D $.probability is default(1) where WhateverCode }
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Type check failed in assignment to $!probability; expected <anon> but got Int (1)
at <tmp>:1
05:37
ZzZombo wtf
m: class C { has Numeric:D $.probability is default(1) where (* >= 0) }
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot invoke this object (REPR: Null; VMNull)
at <tmp>:1
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skids subset seems to do the same thing. 05:42
m: class C { subset Ź of Numeric:D where * >= 0; has Ź $.probability is default(1) } 05:43
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot invoke this object (REPR: Null; VMNull)
at <tmp>:1
ZzZombo and you can't use junctions as well. 05:44
skids m: subset Ź of Numeric:D where * >= 0; my Ź $d; $d = 0 05:47
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camelia ( no output ) 05:47
geekosaur I am wondering if this is related to compile time too 05:48
since a class body gets evaluated at compile time, iirc
skids works fine without the "is default" 05:49
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geekosaur yes, that's kinda the point. there may be some compile time confusion going on here 05:53
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ZzZombo m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m,:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty){say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is xmlbinding{} 05:57
camelia ===SORRY!===
Trait 'is xmlbinding' needs whitespace before block
at <tmp>:1
------> {say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is xmlbinding{}<EOL>
Missing block (apparently claimed by 'is xmlbinding')
at <tmp>:1
------> {say $m.gist,$bar}…
ZzZombo m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m,:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty){say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is xmlbinding {}
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Can't use unknown trait 'is xmlbinding' in a sub declaration.
at <tmp>:1
expecting any of:
rw raw hidden-from-backtrace hidden-from-USAGE
pure default DEPRECATED inlinable no…
ZzZombo m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m,:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty){say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is xmlbinding[] {}
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Can't use unknown trait 'is xmlbinding' in a sub declaration.
at <tmp>:1
expecting any of:
rw raw hidden-from-backtrace hidden-from-USAGE
pure default DEPRECATED inlinable no…
ZzZombo m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m,:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty){say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is foo[] {}
camelia sub m () { #`(Sub|64499736) ... }m
ZzZombo m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m,:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty){say $m.gist,$bar};sub m is foo {}
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Can't use unknown trait 'is foo' in a sub declaration.
at <tmp>:1
expecting any of:
rw raw hidden-from-backtrace hidden-from-USAGE
pure default DEPRECATED inlinable nodal
ZzZombo why the hell the default value of `Empty` doesn't get assigned to the array? 05:58
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lookatme I have not seen this syntax ever in documents `:@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?]=Empty` 08:43
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gfldex lookatme: it's a named parameter with a destructuring subsignature and a default value 08:52
and since the default value doesn't fit into the subsig, it wont work
lookatme a sub signature ? 08:54
gfldex they are official! docs.perl6.org/type/Signature#Sub-signatures 08:55
lookatme oh, I see 08:56
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AlexDaniel squashable6: next 09:23
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ZzZombo "===SORRY!=== 09:53
Something went wrong in (Assignment)"
very helpful indeedy
AlexDaniel ZzZombo: I've seen worse :) 09:54
ZzZombo <gfldex> and since the default value doesn't fit into the subsig, it wont work
Any way round it?
AlexDaniel, but how do I find the source of the error then? 09:55
AlexDaniel ZzZombo: what if you try with --ll-exception ?
ZzZombo Not much better: "No exception handler located for catch" 09:57
AlexDaniel ZzZombo: can you rakudobug it?
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ZzZombo The backtrace is all out of my code entirely. 09:58
AlexDaniel it shouldn't do that, yes
ZzZombo I guess I actually shouldn't do that, because what I am doing seems like dirty hackery. 09:59
IDK, I guess I should first have someone take a look at my code.
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Zoffix .ask skids irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6/2018-02-01#i_15763577 Breaks how? Can you file a ticket? github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/new I can't reproduce any problems on HEAD 10:20
yoleaux Zoffix: I'll pass your message to skids.
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Zoffix ZzZombo: FWIW, you could file those problems so the core devs could actually address them github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/new 10:25
Empty is an empty Slip. Assigning it to an Array would just result in an empty Array 10:26
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ZzZombo Zoffix, that's the point? So in this case the defaults inside the destructuring assignment are supposed to be invoked, aren't they? 10:28
...
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ZzZombo I just found out you can't call ANY inherited methods from submethods under the pretense that "Virtual method call $.v may not be used on partially constructed object (maybe you mean $!v for direct attribute access here?)", despite the object being constructed a long time ago. 10:40
I get it as if this warning was written only with BUILD/TWEAK in mind, right? Shouldn't it allow anything else? 10:41
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Zoffix ZzZombo: ah, sorry missed that. It does get assigned, but `is foo` doesn't get through this candidate 10:53
m: -> @ (:$foo = 42) = Empty { dd $foo }()
camelia Int $foo = 42
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Zoffix m: my $m = &say; my (@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name, :&c?]) = Empty; dd $bar 10:58
camelia Mu
Zoffix looks like still broken in `my` signature unpack :(
m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m, :$foo!) { -> :@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?] = Empty { say $m.gist,$bar }(|(:$foo if $foo !=== True))}; sub m is foo[:bar<foo>] {} 11:00
camelia sub m () { #`(Sub|46510784) ... }foo
jnthn That's not a signature unpack
Zoffix ZzZombo: ^ that seems to work. Keeping trait signature simple, so you always get the right candidate, then unpacking the args inside the body. Normally, `my (@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name, :&c?])` would've worked, but looks like unpacking is still busted there
jnthn It's a list assignment. We should really complain about use of sub-sigs in that context 11:01
Needs to be := for a signature unpack
m: my $m = &say; my (@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name, :&c?]) := Empty; dd $bar
camelia Too few positionals passed to '<unit>'; expected 1 argument but got 0
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
Zoffix Oh really
m: my $m = &say; my (@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name, :&c?]) := \(Empty); dd $bar 11:02
camelia Mu
Zoffix m: my ($x, $, *@foo, :$foo = 42) = <a b c d e>; dd [$x, @foo, $foo]
camelia ["a", ["c", "d", "e"], Any]
Zoffix jnthn: it goes through the <signature> token doesn't it? (can't tell; hangs in --target=parse). Wouldn't it be possible to make defaults work too? 11:03
m: my ($x, "b", *@foo, :$foo = 42) = <a b c d e>; dd [$x, @foo, $foo]
camelia ["a", ["c", "d", "e"], Any]
Zoffix m: my ($x, "b", *@foo, :$foo = 42) = <a Z c d e>; dd [$x, @foo, $foo]
camelia Type check failed in assignment to anon; expected <anon> but got Str ("Z")
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
jnthn Zoffix: It does, but in the case of it being = we then take the signature and walk through it to pick out scalar/array/hash containers and pretend it's just a list of variables to declare 11:05
Zoffix Ahh
jnthn So it's parsed as a signature always
This is...annoying, but with one pass parsing we can't really look *that* far ahead
To see if it's gonna be an = or a :=
So we parse signature then tweak
Zoffix I see.
jnthn I think we should do a much more complete job of saying what things are going to be totally ignored in that process 11:06
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Zoffix m: class { has $.z is default(1) where * > 0 }.new.z.say 11:42
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot invoke this object (REPR: Null; VMNull)
at <tmp>:1
Zoffix m: class { has $.z is default(1) where {$_ > 0} }.new.z.say
camelia 1
Zoffix ZzZombo: ^ you can workaround it with a block, if you still need it. We also have UInt type
ZzZombo But I need floats as well. 11:43
Zoffix cool
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Zoffix (filed it as R#1465 ) 11:46
synopsebot R#1465 [open]: github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/1465 `where` clause in attributes doesn't get thunked right when `is default` is used
Zoffix m: use nqp; my $a; nqp::assign($a, 42); dd $a; my @a; nqp::assign(@a, 42); dd @a 11:49
camelia Int $a = 42
Cannot assign to an immutable value
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
Zoffix Is there a single op that can figure out whether it needs to assign or callmethod STORE?
m: use nqp; my $a; nqp::p6store($a, 42); dd $a; my @a; nqp::p6store(@a, 42); dd @a 11:51
camelia Int $a = 42
Array @a = [42]
ZzZombo Do I read it right the signature thing is unfixable? 11:54
Zoffix ZzZombo: not quite. Your original version doesn't work only because you're getting a different candidate than your trait. My original suggestion with list unpack in `my`—that one will be made to throw rather than work. But the signature unpack with `my` is meant to work (needs to be fixed tho) 11:57
m: my $m = &say; my (@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name, :&c?] = Empty) := \(); dd $bar
camelia Mu
Zoffix my `my` used `= list here` while the signature unpack `my` uses binding 11:58
m: multi trait_mod:<is>(Sub $m, :$foo!) { -> :@foo [Str:D :$bar=$m.name,:&c?] = Empty { say $m.gist,$bar }(|(:$foo if $foo !=== True))}; sub m is foo[:bar<foo>] {}
camelia sub m () { #`(Sub|41288384) ... }foo
Zoffix You can use this workaround tho
Zoffix notices saying that today too much :) 11:59
Basically using a block inside the trait's routine to unpack $foo and essentially being the body where all the magic happens
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ZzZombo Yea, gotcha. 11:59
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Zoffix m: $_ = -42; .=abs; say $_ 12:15
camelia 42
Zoffix TIL that works :)
(the .= abs, with space in it doesn't)
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Geth doc: 78b2e1b582 | (Tom Browder)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Language/grammar_tutorial.pod6
tidy “grammar”
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synopsebot Link: doc.perl6.org/language/grammar_tutorial
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comborico1611 What is the term for "everything is an object"? 15:36
APic Excellent Question! 15:37
comborico1611 Heh. Thanks.
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skids Dunno... first class everything? 15:37
yoleaux 10:20Z <Zoffix> skids: irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6/2018-02-01#i_15763577 Breaks how? Can you file a ticket? github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/new I can't reproduce any problems on HEAD
skids .tell Zoffix SEE-ALSO thing was my bad... I mistyped my install prefix so I had an old rakudo and did not realize it. 15:38
yoleaux skids: I'll pass your message to Zoffix.
skids or maybe... "golden hammer" :-) 15:41
ZzZombo Why can I not auto pun a parametrized role?
skids m: role A[$] { }; A[4].new.WHAT.say 15:42
camelia (A[Int])
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ZzZombo m: role A[$] { }; class C is A[4] {} 15:43
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot resolve caller trait_mod:<is>(C, A, Array); none of these signatures match:
(Mu:U $child, Mu:U $parent)
(Mu:U $child, :$DEPRECATED!)
(Mu:U $type, :$rw!)
(Mu:U $type, :$nat…
skids m: role A[$] { }; class C is A[4].^pun {} 15:45
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot resolve caller trait_mod:<is>(C, A, Array); none of these signatures match:
(Mu:U $child, Mu:U $parent)
(Mu:U $child, :$DEPRECATED!)
(Mu:U $type, :$rw!)
(Mu:U $type, :$nat…
skids Hrm... 15:46
m: role A[$] { }; constant a = A[4].^pun; class C is a { }; C.^mro.say 15:47
camelia ((C) (A[Int]) (Any) (Mu))
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Zoffix m: dd Int.(<a b c>) 15:47
yoleaux 15:38Z <skids> Zoffix: SEE-ALSO thing was my bad... I mistyped my install prefix so I had an old rakudo and did not realize it.
camelia 3
Zoffix What's the logic behind that? A .() on a type is equivalent to ()."$types.^name()"() ? 15:48
jnthn m: my $a = 41; $a.++; say 4a 15:49
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Confused
at <tmp>:1
------> my $a = 41; $a.++; say 4a
jnthn m: my $a = 41; $a.++; say $a
camelia 42
jnthn It's one of those cases where the . is meaningless
Zoffix m: my $a = 41; $a.=++; say $a 15:50
camelia ===SORRY!=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Cannot use .= on a non-identifier method call
at <tmp>:1
------> my $a = 41; $a.=++; say $a
Zoffix OK. Thanks.
skids Zoffix: fantastic article (and I'm not just saying that because you kudoed me in it :-)
comborico1611 What article?
skids rakudo.party/post/Perl-6-Core-Hack...STalicious 15:51
Zoffix There's a bogus roast test that'd need to be modified. It expects Any .= () to throw MethodNotFound
skids: thanks. And thanks for the tip that led me to fixing those bugs :)
comborico1611 Zoffix, what is the term for "everything is an object"?
Zoffix comborico1611: no idea
comborico1611 Grr
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comborico1611 Thanks, though. 15:51
skids Zoffix: In your quest to streamline your workflow you might want to play with github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/dev-nqpslang 15:52
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comborico1611 jnthn, what is the term for "everything is an object"? 15:52
skids Zoffix: sometimes using that ends up a bit like eating spaghetti though when there are too many local subs relied on by a rule. But it certainly helped me find that hint. 15:53
Zoffix skids: I'll try to give it a go sometime. Thanks.
scimon I think the term is "Everything is an object" (Seriously that's how I've heard it said). 15:54
jnthn comborico1611: I'm not aware of another term for that; I've always heard it stated that way. 15:55
comborico1611 Thank you.
jnthn comborico1611: It's not a particularly precise notion, because in reality for a bunch of languages it's more like "everything can least pretend to be an object if you use it as one"
*at least
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Zoffix oh, it still throws a method not found after my mods but it's an X::AdHoc :/ 15:56
jnthn That's how it is for Perl 6, C#, and Java, for example, which all support native types that are decidedly not objects, but if you use them as one then they will be magically boxed into one for you 15:57
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skids comborico1611: for example, if a GOTO/label were a true "first class object" you could delete it and alter the code in-place. Not many languages support that. 15:57
comborico1611 Hmm. 15:58
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comborico1611 Object boxing would be the term then, or something like it. 15:59
Or object gilding. 16:00
skids "pernicious autoboxing" maybe?
comborico1611 That means dangerous, right?
skids Erm right I'm thinking of a different word. 16:01
profan .. pervasive?
not sure that's any better actually
skids profan++
comborico1611 The action is autoboxing, true. 16:02
Persistent autoboxing?
skids Well, I guess it depends on your attitude towards makeing everything an object :-)
comborico1611 Global autobox? 16:03
Autoboxed language?
skids permeating maybe. Too bad permeate doesn't have a cooler adjective form.
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comborico1611 I like that. 16:04
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comborico1611 That's where your pernicious came from. 16:04
Permicious :-)
skids That or lack of a good night's sleep :-) 16:05
comborico1611 Permeatous autoboxing. 16:06
Python was the first to do this, correct? 16:07
skids I'd imagine there's a long history behind it. 16:12
comborico1611 I'm seeing a heritage of ABC, Algol, Icon. I know nothing of those. 16:14
moritz everything except lisp and maybe tcl inherits from algol :-) 16:15
comborico1611 Hmm. Interesting. 16:16
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comborico1611 skids, is this the term, "object-based subset"? 16:20
skids I'm the wrong person to ask... I'm an engineer not a CS person. I haven't even read Knuth. :-) 16:22
geekosaur moritz, fotran and snobol :)
comborico1611 geekosaur, Is there a good link to this into 16:23
Info*
I'm thinking a chart. 16:24
geekosaur en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generational..._languages github.com/stereobooster/programmi...gical-tree (the latter is a chart... and a "be careful what you ask for") 16:25
comborico1611 Haha. Thanks!
geekosaur and be aware that there's not much in the way of linearity
skids is tempted to send you to that really outfield CS wiki where insane zealots opine on "patterns" and such, but is not that mean. 16:26
comborico1611 lol it looks like a circuit board!
skids Can't rmemeber the site name anyway.
geekosaur like, SNOBOL was FORTRAN-family, but its descendant Icon is Algol-family
and JavaScript is conceptually Lisp-family but syntactically Algol-family
comborico1611 Hmm! 16:28
geekosaur (and then you get Perl which is the computer language equivalent of English: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Nicoll...anguage%22 16:30
skids
.oO(why does this remind me of the hillbilly family tree at the beginneing of Idiocracy?)
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comborico1611 Heh 16:35
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comborico1611 That's pretty neat. Thanks, geekosaur! 16:36
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AlexDaniel is matiaslina here? 16:59
.seen matiaslina 17:00
yoleaux I haven't seen matiaslina around.
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buggable New CPAN upload: Algorithm-GooglePolylineEncoding-0.0.4.tar.gz by SCIMON cpan.metacpan.org/authors/id/S/SC/...0.4.tar.gz 17:05
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Do not sd_notify in debug modes

This way it doesn't even need systemd .so files if you want to run it locally.
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pmurias geekosaur: how is JavaScript Lisp-family? 20:42
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geekosaur it started out as a scheme-ish language then got re-syntaxed with the rebranding from "livescript" to "javascript" 20:44
it still shows in how it treats values
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traxex2 I remember reading that some pre-release version of javascript had lispy synta 20:49
syntax
and the way functions work in javascript is certainly very... functional 20:50
just verbose
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squashable6 AlexDaniel, ⚠🍕 Next SQUASHathon in ≈12 hours (2018-02-03 UTC-12⌁UTC+14). See github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/Mont...Squash-Day
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Allow anonymous gists

If no token was provided. Useful if you just cloned the repo and tried to run something.
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Clearly say that there are no snapshots

Instead of gisting an empty file.
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El_Che say whatever you want, but without lizmat, the channel is pretty dead :) 22:48
lizmat: think of me when you drin a fun cocktail listening to live progressive rock!
lizmat swimming pool 22:49
yoleaux 31 Jan 2018 20:24Z <DrForr> lizmat: You just made the @OSCON twitter front page.
lizmat what?
El_Che lizmat: I'll link it to you
lizmat: gimme a few minutes
lizmat: twitter.com/oscon/status/958795407064170496 22:50
lizmat aaaah... ok
:-)
thanks :)
that's bearable I guess :-) 22:52
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El_Che the post girls of Perl moved on like OSCON did :) 22:59
they went corporate
:)
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lizmat El_Che: well, if you'd been at the OSCON where we had that booth 23:05
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lizmat you would have seen that all of the "community" booths were in "Diagon Alley" 23:06
aka, a part of the exhibition where the muggles wouldn't come
El_Che hahaha 23:14
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Disable “what:” command on non-cave channels

People trigger it unintentionally too often. Resolves #193.
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