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graywolf (Gray Wolf)

  • Registered on: 03/09/2017
  • Last connection: 06/03/2018

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06/03/2018

07:46 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14322: Inconsitency in command line options between 2.4 and 2.5
yeeey, +1 for not silently breaking stuff :)

05/03/2018

11:27 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14724: chains of inequalities
After reading comments above I believe even more strongly that feature like this does not belong in language which al...

05/02/2018

07:17 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14724: chains of inequalities
phluid61 (Matthew Kerwin) wrote:
> No, not breaking existing code; but removing a syntax error introduces the chance...
07:13 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14724: chains of inequalities
I don't think this can be reasonably implemented. Implementing it as it is now ("chains of inequalities") would be wa...

05/01/2018

07:47 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14724: chains of inequalities
Just pointing out that this would be a breaking change since
```
a < b == c
```
is already valid syntax meani...

04/10/2018

10:46 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14676: On Windows Readline's input is not correctly filled after autocomplete
Works when the string is actual prefix for the completion.
```
require 'readline'
Readline.completion_proc = Pro...
10:37 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14677 (Third Party's Issue): On Windows Readline.refresh_line raises NoMethodError
I think it should raise NotImplementedError instead as other method in Readline claim to do.
10:35 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14676 (Third Party's Issue): On Windows Readline's input is not correctly filled after autocomplete
When Readline.completion_proc returns more than one match, you are presented with empty line insted of what you have ...
10:31 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14675 (Third Party's Issue): On Windows Readline.redisplay raises NoMethodError
On Windows Readline.redisplay raises NoMethodError while according to docs it should raise NotImplementedError.

03/04/2018

11:18 PM Ruby trunk Feature #4824: Provide method Kernel#executed?
dsferreira (Daniel Ferreira) wrote:
> [..]
>
> Usually when we use
>
> ```ruby
> if __FILE__ == $0
> # cal...

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