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Xliff Can rakudo do Twig? 00:55
[Coke] would you expect the code in the twig templates to be raku? 01:25
modules.raku.org/search/?q=template has a few templating options. 01:26
cro.services/docs/reference/cro-webapp-template also may be of interest. 01:28
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yggdrasil63 m: say 13.^methods; 08:56
camelia (new Capture Int sign Num Rat FatRat abs Bridge sqrt base polymod expmod is-prime floor ceiling round lsb msb narrow Range conj rand sin asin cos acos tan atan atan2 sec asec cosec acosec cotan acotan sinh asinh cosh acosh tanh atanh sech asech cosech…
yggdrasil63 m: say "z1".succ; 08:57
camelia z2
yggdrasil63 m: say "/".succ;
camelia /
yggdrasil63 m: say "?".succ; 08:58
camelia ?
yggdrasil63 m: say "..".succ;
camelia ..
yggdrasil63 m: say $*DISTRO; 09:01
camelia opensuse-leap (15.2)
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yggdrasil63 m: say "z1".succ.succ; 09:28
camelia z3
yggdrasil63 m: say "a".prev; 09:29
camelia No such method 'prev' for invocant of type 'Str'. Did you mean any of
these: 'grep', 'pred', 'tree'?
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
yggdrasil63 m: say "a".pred;
camelia Decrement out of range
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
yggdrasil63 m: say "/".pred;
camelia /
lizmat yggdrasil63: "/" is not magical 09:35
m: say "B".prev
camelia No such method 'prev' for invocant of type 'Str'. Did you mean any of
these: 'grep', 'pred', 'tree'?
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
lizmat m: say "B".pred
camelia A
lizmat :-)
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yggdrasil63 lizmat: I was just wondering what would happen for symbols when you call .succ or .pred 09:39
m: say "B".pred; 09:40
camelia A
yggdrasil63 m: say "&".pred;
camelia &
lizmat m: say "&".ord.pred.chr
camelia %
lizmat that would be more general :-) 09:41
yggdrasil63 Interesting 09:47
m: say "«".ord.prev.chr 09:48
camelia No such method 'prev' for invocant of type 'Int'. Did you mean any of
these: 'grep', 'pred', 'tree'?
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
yggdrasil63 m: say "«".ord.pred.chr
camelia ª
yggdrasil63 Ha!
Very interesting language.
lizmat thank you :-)
yggdrasil63 m: say "«".ord.succ.chr 09:49
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yggdrasil63 m: subset zero-integer of Int where * = 0; my zero-integer i = 1; say i ; 09:51
camelia 5===SORRY!5=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Multiple prefix constraints not yet implemented. Sorry.
at <tmp>:1
------> 3er of Int where * = 0; my zero-integer i7⏏5 = 1; say i ;
yggdrasil63 Does where support multiple clauses? 09:53
x` 10:01
frost m: subset zero-integer of Int where * = 0; my zero-integer $i = 1; say $i ; 10:07
camelia Cannot modify an immutable Whatever (*)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
frost m: subset zero-integer of Int where * == 0; my zero-integer $i = 1; say $i ;
camelia Type check failed in assignment to $i; expected zero-integer but got Int (1)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
frost m: subset zero-integer of Int where * == 0; my zero-integer $i = 0; say $i ;
camelia 0
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raydiak yggdrasil63: you can compare against multiple values with junctions, or you can do more complex logic using the block form instead of the whatever star 10:12
e.g. `where * == 0|1`, or `where { $_ == 0 || $_ == 1 }` 10:15
Xliff /j #cro 10:17
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keutoi I am not sure how `sub MAIN` is being dispatched, but why doesn't this work `sub MAIN(@a)` while `sub MAIN(*@a)` works? 10:43
lizmat keutoi: you cannot specify an array on the commandline 10:46
you *can* specify multiple named arguments on the command line
so something like sub MAIN(:@foo) would work with --foo=a --foo=b 10:47
you *can* specify (unnamed) arguments on the command line, but they'd be interpreted as multiple single values 10:48
so sub MAIN($a,$b) for two values
if you don't know the number of values you're going to get, you need a slurpy array
keutoi So there is no situation in which `sub MAIN(@a)` definition actually works, right? 10:49
lizmat I don't think so, but would gladly be proven wrong :-) 10:50
keutoi We might need that clarification in language/create-cli. 10:52
Geth doc: k3ut0i++ created pull request #3949:
passing indeterminate number of parameters to MAIN
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yggdrasil63 :frost :raydiak thanks for the clarification. 11:44
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tbrowder hi, all 12:14
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tbrowder not quite raku related, but is there a mac user here who has installed user TLS/SLS certificate for use in accessing private areas of websites who would be willing to help a friend of mine (located in us mountain time zone) with his problem? 12:21
i don't have access to a mac so it's difficult to debug over the phone and we don't have a way to see his screen. 12:22
pls contact me by private msg if interested, thanks. 12:23
but re raku, i am using raku in creating web maps on my websites using tomtom maps SDK 12:26
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Doc_Holliwood Would it be possible to modify the regex engine so that it operates on lists of characters as input instead of strings? 12:33
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moritz_ with enough work put in, that would be possible 13:09
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tib Hello, a tentative planning for the ephemeral miniconf: dev.to/thibaultduponchelle/the-eph...anning-aom normal slots are full, still looking for lightning talks speakers :) 14:03
codesections are `my @l := (1, 2, 3)` and `my @l is List = (1, 2, 3)` exactly the same, or is there a semantic difference that I'm missing? 14:09
ugexe seems that way for the most part, but for instance: 14:15
m: my @a := (1,2,3); my @b is List = (1,2,3); @a := 1
camelia Type check failed in binding; expected Positional but got Int (1)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
ugexe m: my @a := (1,2,3); my @b is List = (1,2,3); @b := 1
camelia Type check failed in binding; expected List but got Int (1)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
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codesections Interesting 14:17
ugexe that comment does help me internalize golangs := a bit better though 14:18
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Geth doc/rx-adverbs: 5e54c056ff | (Daniel Sockwell)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Language/regexes.pod6
Clarify where rx declarator allows adverbs

A regex declared with `rx` allows adverbs both before the delimiter (`rx:s/pattern/`) and after (`rx/:s pattern/`), but the docs only mentioned the first option. This fixes that, and brings the rx section of the page into alignment with the adverb section.
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Geth doc: codesections++ created pull request #3951:
Clarify where rx declarator allows adverbs
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Geth doc: e223f5e11a | keutoi++ (committed by Juan Julián Merelo Guervós) | doc/Language/create-cli.pod6
passing indeterminate number of parameters to MAIN
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linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/language/create-cli
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neither31 hi, is `$obj.WHAT.new` an idiomatic way to make a new object as the same type as `$obj`? 18:58
MasterDuke seems like a decent way to me 18:59
codesections I don't think I've ever needed to do that, so I'm not sure… 19:00
lizmat I think for most core classes, you can leave out the .WHAT
codesections but wouldn't $obj.new also work unless it's a very strangely constructed object?
lizmat for custom classes: if a new does does something different if the invocant is an instance, 19:01
then who knows
most classes I know of, don't make the distinction
codesections yeah, that's what I meant by "very strangely constructed" :D
ugexe .WHAT.clone is another option although i dont see why it would be better than the other options 19:07
lizmat cloning a type object ??
moon-child neither31: you can just use $obj.new 19:08
oh, already suggested
ugexe cloning a type object is the first example shown for docs.raku.org/routine/clone#class_Mu
moon-child 'Note that .clone does not go the extra mile to shallow-copy @. and %. sigiled attributes' should that not be 'deep-copy'? 19:09
codesections ugexe yeah, but that example dies… 19:10
ugexe because its being passed incorrect arguments
m: say Num.clone
camelia (Num)
codesections m: say Num.clone(4) 19:11
camelia Cannot resolve caller clone(Num:U: Int:D); none of these signatures match:
(Mu:U: *%twiddles)
(Mu:D: *%twiddles)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
codesections m: say Num.clone.new(4)
camelia 4
codesections but why not just do Num.new ?
ugexe well i did say i dont see why it would be better than .new 19:14
codesections fair :)
neither Oh I didn't even think of `$obj.new` as I was looking for a class method
But still, with WHAT intent is more clear IMHO 19:15
Thanks
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MasterDuke yeah, i rarely prefer something longer over shorter, but i think i would in this case 19:19
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melezhik . 21:19
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moon-child m: gather { ^5 .map: &take } 21:27
camelia ( no output )
moon-child m: say gather { ^5 .map: &take }
camelia (0 1 2 3 4)
moon-child m: say [[1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6], [7, 8, 9]][;0] 21:48
camelia Use of Nil.Int coerced to empty string
(1)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
moon-child why doesn't ^^ work?
m: say [[1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6], [7, 8, 9]][*;0]
camelia (1 4 7)
moon-child can do ^^ instead, but it's less pretty 21:49
m: say [[1], ['1'], [4]].unique(:as(&map.assuming(&[~])), :with(&[eqv])) 22:24
camelia The iterator of this Seq is already in use/consumed by another Seq (you
might solve this by adding .cache on usages of the Seq, or by assigning
the Seq into an array)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
moon-child why??
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ugexe if there is a problem with code that uses 'assuming' then 'assuming' is probably the problem 22:36
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ugexe the implementation is... well you can look for yourself 22:37
moon-child m: say [[1], ['1'], [4]].unique(:as(*.map(&[~]), :with(&[eqv])) 22:40
camelia 5===SORRY!5=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Unable to parse expression in argument list; couldn't find final ')' (corresponding starter was at line 1)
at <tmp>:1
------> 3].unique(:as(*.map(&[~]), :with(&[eqv]))7⏏5<EOL>
moon-child m: say [[1], ['1'], [4]].unique(:as(*.map(&[~])), :with(&[eqv]))
camelia The iterator of this Seq is already in use/consumed by another Seq (you
might solve this by adding .cache on usages of the Seq, or by assigning
the Seq into an array)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
moon-child ugexe: same result without assuming
ugexe i should have known i was wrong when it didnt rhyme
moon-child lol 22:42
and yeah, I noticed the implementation of assuming was ... shoddy. But doesn't seem to be the problem in this case!
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gfldex m: sub foo { "Good &:greeting(now.DateTime.hour) $:name!" }; say foo :name<Paul>, :greeting{$_ < 12 ?? 'morning' !! 'day'}; say &foo.signature; 23:08
camelia Good day Paul!
(:&greeting!, :$name!)
gfldex I think that's an ENODOC.
At least &: is not in the index. And I can't find named &-sigiled placeholder vars. 23:21
&^ is not in the index either.
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