21 May 2022
Xliff Voldenet: But you don't even need the parameter... 00:06
m: enum Alpha <A B C D>; role NextRandom does Positional { method AT-POS ($k) { $k < self.elems ?? (nextsame) !! self.head.WHAT.pick }; }; my $a = (A, B, C, D) but NextRandom[(A, D)]; $a[^10].say
camelia No appropriate parametric role variant available for 'NextRandom':
Cannot resolve caller (List+{NextRandom[List]}:U, List:D); none of these signatures matches:
(::$?CLASS ::::?CLASS Mu)
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
Xliff m: enum Alpha <A B C D>; role NextRandom does Positional { method AT-POS ($k) { $k < self.elems ?? (nextsame) !! self.head.WHAT.pick }; }; my $a = (A, B, C, D) but NextRandom; $a[^10].say 00:07
camelia (A B C D C B D D B C)
Voldenet True, but I find it more convenient 00:09
m: enum Alpha <A B C D>; role NextFrom[&E] does Positional { method AT-POS ($k) { $k < self.elems ?? (nextsame) !! E() }; }; my $a = (A, B, C, D) but NextFrom[{Alpha.pick}]; $a[^10].say; $a[^10].say
camelia (A B C D C A D D B B)
(A B C D D C B C B D)
Xliff Oooh.. I like that one. 00:10
Nemokosch Crazy xD 00:11
Voldenet Crazy? It's not even my final form 00:14
m: enum Alpha <A B C D>; role NextFrom[&E] does Positional { method AT-POS ($k) { $k < self.elems ?? (nextsame) !! { my $*i = $k; my $*self = self; E() }() }; }; my $a = (A, B, C, D) but NextFrom[{$*self[$*i%$*self.elems]}]; $a[^10].say; $a[^10].say
camelia (A B C D A B C D A B)
(A B C D A B C D A B)
Voldenet now this is properly crazy
Xliff Voldenet: Wanna adda a couple of .rotates and a .rotor? :) 00:17
Voldenet …it's getting to the point where it's probably better to maintain a class after all ;) 00:18
Xliff Toldja! ;) 00:41
kiti_nomad[m] uploaded an image: (111KiB) < libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/r0/d...019899.jpg > 02:11
Is the book about Perl5 or Raku 02:12
Is the book about Perl5 or Raku
Is there a PDF 02:13
thowe I think Higher Order Perl is available in electronic form online 05:48
It's Perl 5, though, not Raku
kiti_nomad[m] Can you give me the link? 08:50
Voldenet > hop.perl.plover.com/book/pdf/Highe...erPerl.pdf
gfldex lolibloggedalittle: gfldex.wordpress.com/2022/05/21/wr...g-it-down/ (PWC spoiler!) 09:07
Geth ¦ doc: Altai-man self-assigned "Generated from" has // in the link github.com/Raku/doc/issues/4067 09:37
tbrowder El_Che: are you active here now? 11:58
.ask El_Che how can i set up debian sudo so it will run raku and zef for a user with either a rakudo-pkg installation or an official raku and zef package installation? i am having no luck with various combinations of path settings in various places (i'm next going to try one of lower level sudo system input files for another way to set paths for the sudu user) 12:10
tellable6 tbrowder, I'll pass your message to El_Che
Geth ecosystem: 8fe0e234c7 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | META.list
Remove several modules because they live in zef ecosystem now

  - Acme::Anguish
  - Games::TauStation::DateTime
  - Proc::Q
  - Proxee
  - Trait::IO
13:22
ecosystem: a0bb1bc8c5 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | META.list
Freeze Subset::IO

While it is being moved to the zef ecosystem
13:33
guifa rjbs at least in the managerial role you know how to code. I've talked to SO MANY PEOPLE lately who are leads who have never coded before. I'm like, wait, what? Corporatization at its best, I guess 13:47
El_Che tbrowder: not behind a computer, will look later 15:01
tellable6 hey El_Che, you have a message: gist.github.com/0b7df20aad1d44ba41...5139028ea2
[Coke] . 15:05
rjbs I think a non-coder can be a good manager for a coder. Just requires certain kinds of trust to work. 15:26
coleman Cool hack for non-coder managers: make us coders show our work :) Show the program running, even if it's just a terminal 15:49
bonus points: running code! not just vaporware :)
Xliff rjbs: They don't have to code. They do need the ability to think logically. Critical problem solving skills also helps. 15:59
[Coke] over in #raku-doc, we could use some volunteers to go through Altai-man's new version of the doc site and provide feedback. If you're interested in volunteering for that, please ping me (or maybe join #raku-doc) 16:59