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sorah (Sorah Fukumori)

  • Email: her@sorah.jp
  • Registered on: 02/15/2010
  • Last connection: 05/15/2017

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08/31/2017

03:41 PM Ruby trunk Revision 59706 (trunk): Skip test_open_tempfile_path on EINVAL
Looks like File::Constants::TMPFILE could be defined even when not
supported on system. Just skip the test when we g...
11:22 AM Ruby trunk Revision 59705 (trunk): add NEWS entry for [Feature #13568] r59704
11:14 AM Ruby trunk Feature #13568 (Closed): File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
Applied in changeset trunk|r59704.
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File#path: Raise IOError when a file is O_TMPFILE
File#path for a fil...
11:14 AM Ruby trunk Revision 59704 (trunk): File#path: Raise IOError when a file is O_TMPFILE
File#path for a file opened with O_TMPFILE has no meaning.
A filepath returned by this method isn't guarranteed abou...
07:04 AM Ruby trunk Feature #13568: File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
Nobu's patch at [ruby-core:81329] fails when fd is closed... Updated the patch.
* Raise IOError when fptr->pathv i...

05/19/2017

09:17 AM Ruby trunk Feature #13568 (Assigned): File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
We discussed about this today in [DevelopersMeeting20170519Japan](https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/projects/ruby/wiki/Deve...

05/15/2017

04:32 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13568: File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
Agreed, but my PR sent to aws-sdk-ruby includes different fix to remove incorrect usage of `File#path`, so it's neces...
02:18 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13568: File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
fix proposed for aws-sdk-ruby gem https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-ruby/pull/1516 but I still think returning `nil` fro...
12:25 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13568: File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
Few additional things pointed out by some conversations:
- We miss a way to retrieve a directory path used to crea...
12:22 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13568: File#path for O_TMPFILE fds has no meaning
Hanmac (Hans Mackowiak) wrote:
> now i am pro this change.
> does ruby has a way to use `linkat` like to seen there...

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