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- 01:18 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12697 (Feedback): Why shouldn't Module meta programming methods be public?
- I still believe
is far better than `String.include Term:...
- 04:47 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12690: Improve GC with external library that may use large memory
- LGTM. Iff Koichi agrees, it should be merged.
- 04:29 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12512: Import Hash#transform_values and its destructive version from ActiveSupport
- `map_values`, `map_keys` and `map_pairs` seems consistent.
In addition, we are considering adding a method to crea...
- 09:42 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12512: Import Hash#transform_values and its destructive version from ActiveSupport
- From our discussion, we concerned `map_values` is too close to `map.values`, which has totally different semantics. B...
- 07:23 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12593 (Rejected): Allow compound assignements to work when destructuring arrays
- I am not going to make multiple assignments even more complex.
The behavior of OP_ASGN for multiple assignments is n...
- 01:31 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12512: Import Hash#transform_values and its destructive version from ActiveSupport
The name and behavior haven't fixed yet. So we welcome discussion.
Your statement about "Ruby-like" is ...
- 02:54 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12635 (Rejected): Shuffling/Reassigning "namespaces" more easily
- Probably you want an isolated loading system like Java's or Python's. That's fine. It must be a good idea.
But I don...
- 02:45 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12573 (Rejected): Introduce a straightforward way to discover whether a process is running
- It should be named `exist?` to be consistent with other methods in the standard libraries.
Besides that, I don't see...
- 02:36 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12626 (Rejected): Add ceiling alias for ceil on Numeric objects
- Having both `ceil` (backed by UNIX tradition) and `ceiling` (better for English natives? dunno) only introduces confu...
- 02:33 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12624 (Rejected): !== (other)
- The explicit use of `===` for type checking is against duck typing principle.
I don't accept syntax enhancement prop...
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