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Xliff Does CURI actually support precompiling and installing to a staging directory? 01:01
vrurg Xliff: perhaps you're looking for perl6 --target=mbc? 01:04
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cpan-p6 New module released to CPAN! App::Tasks (0.0.16) by 03JMASLAK 02:57
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whosgonna I'm looking to install perl6 on FreeBSD. Testing with a clean VM from digital ocean. I failed the spec test. I've rolled back to a snapshot and am starting over, but if it fails again, in what log file would i check? 03:39
Also, has anyone compiled on freebsd? I didn't install gcc, and am using clang so it's possible (likely?) that this is the root of my failure. 03:40
Xliff m: "%d".&sprintf(1).say 03:46
evalable6 1
Xliff m: "%d %s".&sprintf(1, "OHAI!").say
evalable6 1 OHAI!
AlexDaniel whosgonna: it depends. It should work fine on freebsd 03:47
whosgonna: which spectest failed?
whosgonna I blieve the last test that it ran was t/spec/S15-nfg/grapheme-break.t 03:48
AlexDaniel whosgonna: the last test? You mean it hanged after that? 03:49
whosgonna i reverted the virtual machine to a snapshot, so i don't have it. Re-runninig the spectest now, so i should have it within about 30 min.
my recollection is that it gave a test failed message.
AlexDaniel okay
whosgonna unfortunately i don't have the details. 03:50
right now it's on t/spec/S02-types/subset.t
what would be the equivilent of running prove for the individual tests?
AlexDaniel is it from rakudo repo? If so, then make t/spec/Sxx-.../....t 03:51
whosgonna: it could also be that the vm is relatively slow, and I think there are a few tests that may fail in that case 03:52
whosgonna ./perl6 -Ilib t/spec/S15-nfg/grapheme-break.t
^ like that, from ~/rakudo/rakudo
AlexDaniel it is still worth reporting that so that we can fix them
whosgonna Sounds cool. I had hoped to start playing with perl6, and was hoping that eventually a rakudo port would reappear, but.... i guess i'll just build it myself. 03:53
i also don't think it was that test that failed. if i run it individually, it passes, and this is the actual test: 03:55
ok 1, 'dummy test file';
so - i'm not sure how that could fail, or even waht it accomplishes.
AlexDaniel whosgonna: oh, that file is simply a placeholder that we needed in the past. The actual test file is GraphemeBreakTest.t 03:59
vrurg: ↑ I think you fixed that, right? We can now delete these dummy files
vrurg: github.com/perl6/roast/commit/af65...37e10e10f5 04:00
whosgonna well, don't take my recollecction as 100% gospel truth. I'm retesting now
but i'm also running GraphemeBeakeTest.t now individually. 04:02
it's also maybe worth my mentioning that when i run ` make rakudo-spectest` it fails pulling new tests from git, so maybe there's a change and it's not being pulled. 04:04
yeah, it's failed GraphemeBreakTest.t :) 04:05
I followed the instructions rakudo.org/files/star/source for Linux/Unix. That doesn't clone the p6 repository, but downloads a tarball. when running make rakudo-spectest, it does this: 04:08
cd t/spec && git pull --ff-only
which fails because it's not a git repo: fatal: not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git
Xliff Is there a way to block a module's exported symbols and subs from a scope? 04:15
"use NativeCall # Nativecall Globally; do { no use NativeCall # But not in this scope; } 04:16
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Xliff cxreg o/ 04:16
cxreg \o/ 04:17
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Xliff .seen holli 04:26
tellable6 Xliff, I saw holli 2017-10-21T17:50:37Z in #perl6: <holli> oh hey tina :) sup?
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vrurg AlexDaniel: yes, since spectest.data has been moved into roast. 06:04
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Minor rewrites
doc: bc3dfea8ca | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Language/faq.pod6
Minor rewrites again
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doc: cbf3f57852 | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Type/independent-routines.pod6
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doc: 4e819fb78e | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Language/rb-nutshell.pod6
Merge pull request #2990 from sshaw/patch-1

Ruby fixes
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Deletes spun off libraries, refs #2983
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jaldhar I seem to remember you can write a function parameter such that it uses one name externally but another name in the function. 07:15
For example I might want sub MAIN(Int :$n) so I can get -n command line parameter but internally it maps to $foo not $n. What is the syntax for that? 07:17
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Geth doc: JJ assigned to antoniogamiz Issue Inconsistent index escaping github.com/perl6/doc/issues/2535
JJ assigned to antoniogamiz Issue Indexes that include % do not work github.com/perl6/doc/issues/2527

  Removes htmlify.p6
Its functionality has been superseded by the new Documentable. It's had a nice run, but previously I deleted a couple of libraries that depended on it, so it was no longer functional.
Refs #2996. But also:
  * Closes #2883 since disambiguation files are no longer generaed.
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MasterDuke jaldhar: docs.perl6.org/type/Signature#inde...nt_aliases 07:24
El_Che :external($private)
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jjmerelo Well, we're getting rid of htmlify.p6 today. 07:35
tellable6 2019-08-31T11:07:36Z #perl6 <rba> jjmerelo: Do you prefer to build it on the circle-ci server and then? Are you able to just push the change to the webhosting using rsync?
2019-08-31T13:41:25Z #perl6 <tbrowder> jjmerelo note the docs page on the io page is missing the reference section
2019-08-31T13:55:08Z #perl6 <rba> jjmerelo doc.perl6.org or docs.perl6.org?
jjmerelo .tell rba we're using circle-ci only for testing. We will probably build locally anyway. Also, I think both servers are used, but the official one is doc.perl6.org 07:37
tellable6 jjmerelo, I'll pass your message to rba
jjmerelo .tell tbrowder what do you mean?
tellable6 jjmerelo, I'll pass your message to tbrowder
jaldhar El_Che: thanks. How do I get it to take a default value as well? Int :$n ($foo) = 1 doesn't work.
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jjmerelo .tell rba: sorry, docs.perl6.org is the one that's used and referenced. 07:45
tellable6 jjmerelo, I'll pass your message to rba
Geth doc: 1470182c59 | (JJ Merelo)++ | 2 files
No longer used in documentable, refs #2996
doc: 3adf10d18f | (JJ Merelo)++ | Makefile
Deletes htmlify targets refs #2996
doc: faa7981f64 | (JJ Merelo)++ | 2 files
Removing references from the documentation and updating, refs #2996
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discord6 <Aearnus> hey, how do you type the keys of a hash? 08:03
<Aearnus> you can do things like
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discord6 <Aearnus> m: (my Int %h = 'hello' => 5).say 08:04
evalable6 {hello => 5}
discord6 <Aearnus> but there's no real way to strongly type the keys as strings
<Aearnus> iirc there was a way to do it with subset? 08:07
jjmerelo aearnus you can assign a type to both, but the key type must have WHICH to be hashable. 08:32
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kent\n I really don't like reading people who know less about Perl 6 than I do, as a person who doesn't use Perl 6, tell us about things Perl 6 does that are wrong, and then use that as justification... 09:43
Just ugh.
"you can totally run perl 5 in perl 6, they are thus compatible syntax"... sorry. What. Somebody doesn't understand what Inline:: stuff does. 09:45
trying to explain why that line of logic doesn't make any sense is something I don't have the patience to do in a bug about "the name is bad" 09:46
tadzik where is that from? 09:52
(the syntax quote)
kent\n I'm paraphrasing 10:17
so much of that last comment is beyond not-even-wrong 10:20
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tobs m: use Test; my Int %h{Str}; lives-ok { %h{'a'} = 10 }, 'Str → Int'; dies-ok { %h{$*PERL} = 10 }, 'Perl ↛ Int'; dies-ok { %h{'a'} = $*PERL }, 'Str ↛ Perl' # Aearnus 11:04
evalable6 ok 1 - Str → Int
ok 2 - Perl ↛ Int
ok 3 - Str ↛ Perl
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tbrowder jjmerelo: at one point i though one of the sections was missing on the language page of the docs 11:51
tellable6 tbrowder, I'll pass your message to jjmerelo
tbrowder i thought there was a section for general reference but i must be wrong 11:52
tellable6 2019-09-01T07:37:26Z #perl6 <jjmerelo> tbrowder what do you mean?
tbrowder i still don't see my new page 11:53
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AlexDaniel squashable6: status 16:01
squashable6 AlexDaniel, ⚠🍕 Next SQUASHathon in 4 days and ≈11 hours (2019-09-07 UTC-12⌁UTC+20). See github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/Mont...Squash-Day
tobs AlexDaniel: would be cool if it showed the topic once it has been settled... 16:02
sena_kun +1 16:03
AlexDaniel yeah…
tobs oh, it's already in some ticket 16:04
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AlexDaniel tobs: where? 16:05
tobs #237 in the title
AlexDaniel ah I see
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AlexDaniel tobs: github.com/perl6/whateverable/issu...-526931096 16:06
tobs AlexDaniel: is there a formal procedure to decide the next topic or is it negotiated every month via IRC? Maybe the squashathons could be listed in some text file and the next topic be discussed as part of a PR to add it to the file. 16:07
AlexDaniel tobs: it's discussed every month via IRC
tobs AlexDaniel: read the comment now, getting it from the wiki seems good too. Less bureaucracy
AlexDaniel but maybe it'd better to have a repo, so that everyone can file a ticket with their idea 16:08
still we use that page to list the current plan for the next month or months, so that wiki page is fine by itself 16:09
tobs I feel like I had something to do this evening already, but I can't remember what it was, so I might as well try to close that issue 16:10
Geth ¦ whateverable: taboege self-assigned Squashable should point to some wiki (and maybe say what's the topic of the next squashathon too) github.com/perl6/whateverable/issues/237 16:11
AlexDaniel there are no tests so it's easier :D 16:12
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jmerelo squashable6: status 16:18
squashable6 jmerelo, ⚠🍕 Next SQUASHathon in 4 days and ≈11 hours (2019-09-07 UTC-12⌁UTC+20). See github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/Mont...Squash-Day
tellable6 2019-09-01T11:51:34Z #perl6 <tbrowder> jjmerelo: at one point i though one of the sections was missing on the language page of the docs
2019-09-01T12:56:11Z #perl6-dev <[Tux]> jjmerelo: the test-t is (for me) the most interesting one, and as nine said csv-test-xs-20 it the only perl5 one, the rest is perl6
jmerelo .tell [Tux]: got it, thanks!
tellable6 jmerelo, I'll pass your message to [Tux]
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Normalizes to meta, refs #2966
synopsebot Link: doc.perl6.org/language/5to6-nutshell
AlexDaniel tobs: you can use `sake debug:squashable` and it'll join #whateverable 16:55
tobs AlexDaniel: ah cool, I was just finishing something up, haven't started yet on the ticket. 16:56
jmerelo I've "adopted" Pod::To::Cached in the Perl6 organization github.com/perl6/Pod-To-Cached/ 16:59
It's essentially a tool for managing documentation caches, and it's the lower layer of Documentable. Richard Hainsworth, the original author, has given us permission and has been added as maintainer to the repo 17:01
For the time being, the current version will remain in the repository. When we feel comfortable with the new one, we'll switch to it. 17:02
We've felt it was much more operative to do it this way, since we use it so intensively from Documentable 17:08
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> So, uhhh 17:12
<RaycatWhoDat> What do you guys use Perl 6 for outside of Rakudo?
jmerelo RaycatWhoDat: to generate Perl6 documentation. 17:13
RaycatWhoDat: and to run evolutionary algorithms
RaycatWhoDat and pretty much everything.
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> You get to use it as your primary language? 17:14
<RaycatWhoDat> That sounds great. 17:15
sena_kun RaycatWhoDat, serving web sites, scripting, parsers && parsing generating 17:16
tobs I use it a lot for oneliners, my work revolving around text files
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> That's really cool.
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tobs it doesn't sound spectacular but it feels spectacular with all the builtins :) 17:18
jmerelo tobs: documentation generation does not seem to have a lot of glamour, also. But It's a few thousand lines of code, and clever use of the fact that inline documentation is parsed by Perl 6
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> I wish I knew more about this. As it stands, I adore this language but I struggle to replace the other languages I use.
jmerelo RaycatWhoDat you're very welcome to ask around; we're here to help 17:19
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> Much appreciated, jmer
<RaycatWhoDat> jmerelo*
<RaycatWhoDat> (TAB completion doesn't work on Discord, you nerd)
jmerelo RaycatWhoDat :-) 17:20
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> I guess, the two biggest issues I'm facing are 1) the lack of a specific problem this language solves and 2) speed/performance. Regarding 1, right now, P6 just scratches that weird part of my brain that lets me get concise as possible without ruining readability. But I can't pitch that to a tech lead successfully. The second issue I'm sure everyone is aware of. I also know that it's not an easy ask and I'm being selfish for asking for i 17:23
without contributing in any way. But it is a blocker for me on an enterprise scale.
<RaycatWhoDat> That being said, if the first issue could be resolved in my head, I could use this personally and the job be damned. 17:24
tbrowder RayCatWhoDat: what are langs do you use? 17:26
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discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> JavaScript is my primary, Lisp my secondary. I'm partial to Haxe, D, and of course, Perl 6. 17:27
<RaycatWhoDat> (I would love to reduce that to three.)
sena_kun RaycatWhoDat, have you seen jnthn.net/papers/2019-perlcon-performance.pdf ? The performance issue is gradually becoming a myth, so I am sure it shouldn't be a bother unless you need it FAST, and if you do, I don't see why not choose e.g. C instead. 17:29
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sena_kun RaycatWhoDat, as for "where to apply the language" - well, as other languages you named, it is a general-purpose language, as in, you can use it for whatever you want / need, just as other languages. 17:30
discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> Those are fair points. As I expected, the problem is me for not just using the language. 😛 17:33
sena_kun RaycatWhoDat you can also watch www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGyzsviI48M to see how Perl 6 delivers on the enterprise scale and why&&where it shines. :)
tobs sena_kun: did the escape analysis land in a release yet? 17:34
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sena_kun if you don't like the tool, that's fine, but if you do, "blockers" may be discovered as more or less just myths. 17:35
tobs, not yet 17:36
tobs sena_kun: I'm very much looking forward to the boosts then!
sena_kun tobs, well, in the (kind of famous) complex numbers benchmark rakudo is faster than cpython without PEA, and with PEA it is times faster. I mean, there is indeed a lot of hard work ahead, but I feel gratitude to mountains of work already done 17:40
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discord6 <RaycatWhoDat> Thanks for the links, sena_kun 18:14
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SmokeMachine AlexDaniel: Sorry, but where's that script? 19:53
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discord6 <Aearnus> @RaycatWhoDat I use it as a calculator for my linear algebra class 20:24
<Aearnus> I used to use J but Perl 6 is nicer
<Aearnus> it's an esoteric use case but I like it
AlexDaniel SmokeMachine: which script? 20:29
SmokeMachine AlexDaniel: to edit the issues
AlexDaniel SmokeMachine: github.com/perl6/ecosystem-unbitro...-issues.p6 20:30
SmokeMachine AlexDaniel: Thanks! 20:31
AlexDaniel SmokeMachine: example usage: ./edit-issues.p6 "I know what I'm doing" PUT-YOUR-GITHUB-ACCESS-TOKEN-HERE '$body .= subst: ‘priveleges’, ‘privileges’'
ah, it's in the script too :)
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Xliff \o 21:06
m: my %a =%= %( 1 => 2 );
Xliff m: my %a =%= %( 1 => 2 ); %a.gist.say
evalable6 {1 => 2}
Xliff m: my %a = %( 1 => 2 ); %a.gist.say
evalable6 {1 => 2}
Xliff ^^ Can anyone tell me what the difference is? 21:07
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[Coke] new deps in doc repo aren't in META6.json, and when I try to install them, there are failures in Pod::To::Cached, which is required by Documentabled. 21:12
building rakudo latest to ensure it's not my month old rakudo causing the issue. 21:13
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AlexDaniel %z; my %a = %z = %( 1 => 2 ); %a.gist.say 21:20
my %z; my %a = %z = %( 1 => 2 ); %a.gist.say 21:21
evalable6 {1 => 2}
AlexDaniel Xliff: difference between what?
Xliff: you're just assigning to % for no good reason
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Xliff AlexDaniel: It's done here...modules.perl6.org/dist/Color::Name...SS3.pm6#L3 21:22
Was wondering why.
AlexDaniel O_o 21:23
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Xliff AlexDaniel: Yeah. That was my response, too. 22:08
tobs m: multi infix:<=%=> ($lval is rw, $rval) { $lval = $rval }; my %a =%= %(1 => 2); %a.gist.say # better? :P 22:10
evalable6 {1 => 2}
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m: multi infix:<=%=> ($lval is rw, $rval) { $lval = [=>] (^100).pick xx 2 }; (my $a) =%= %(1 => 2); $a.gist.say
evalable6 4 => 99
Xliff m: say [=>] (^100).pick xx 2 22:29
evalable6 71 => 4
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[Coke] opens a ticket in perl6/doc, Documentable, and Pod::To::Cached (note that I cannot build the docs with the new system) 23:04
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Xliff [Coke]: What problems are you having? 23:24
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