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osyo (manga osyo)

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  • Registered on: 11/29/2017
  • Last connection: 12/23/2019

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07/08/2020

08:43 AM Ruby master Revision ff5e6603 (git): Added `NODE_SPECIAL_EXCESSIVE_COMMA` info to `ARGS` of `RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree`.
osyo (manga osyo)

07/07/2020

03:29 PM Ruby master Bug #17015 (Open): RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse has the same result on `proc { |a| }` and `proc { |a,| }`
## Summary
`RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse("proc { |a| }")` and `RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse("proc { |a,| }...
osyo (manga osyo)

07/05/2020

11:58 PM Ruby master Bug #17013: `RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse("struct.field += foo")` has no operator
Thanks! :) osyo (manga osyo)
01:30 PM Ruby master Bug #17013 (Closed): `RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse("struct.field += foo")` has no operator
## Summary
`RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree.parse("struct.field += foo")` has no operator.
I'm making a tool that uses...
osyo (manga osyo)
03:48 PM Ruby master Revision 8e189df3 (git): Add operator info to `OP_ASGN2` of `RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree`.
osyo (manga osyo)

06/26/2020

10:09 AM Ruby master Feature #16986: Anonymous Struct literal
hi, I like this idea :)
I was wondering if `${}` can do the following things compared to Hash literals:
```ruby
...
osyo (manga osyo)

05/17/2020

09:34 AM Ruby master Bug #16852: Refining Enumerable fails with ruby 2.7
hi.
Thanks for issues :)
I got the same error when `include M` after `refine M`.
```ruby
module M; end
class...
osyo (manga osyo)

05/14/2020

04:29 AM Ruby master Feature #15921: R-assign (rightward-assignment) operator
hi.
I have summarized the expected behavior and the actual behavior with right assignment.
see: https://gist.gith...
osyo (manga osyo)

04/10/2020

02:18 AM Ruby master Feature #16746: Endless method definition
Using the assignment operator like `def value =` expects the following behavior.
```ruby
value = 42
# Refer to v...
osyo (manga osyo)

02/27/2020

04:51 AM Ruby master Feature #15722: `Kernel#case?`
What about using `#when?` instead of `#case?`?
```ruby
bar # => "bar"
flag1 = case bar; when "foo", "bar", "baz"...
osyo (manga osyo)

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