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- 12:18 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12047: Set#=== (aliased to include?)
- I think that is ad hoc. Splat could be used, just like with arrays.
when *GOOD_COMMANDS ...
- 12:06 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11868: Proposal for RubyVM::InstructionSequence.compile to return an object containing t...
- If the character position can be achieved in addition to the line number, then the "hint" can be reconstructed. (Howe...
- 08:43 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11678: ability to comment out methods in a multi-line method chain without needing a new...
- It is a duplicate of https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/7639.
- 06:09 PM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
- Vjatseslav Gedrovits, thank you for reminding us of the nature of the poster of this thread by linking to: (https://t...
- 02:56 AM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
- Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene wrote:
> I'm glad we're getting a community guideline.
> I'll be happier when we also ge...
- 02:40 AM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
- Benton Barnett wrote:
> That being said, the most popular Code of Conduct that has been proposed so far is the Contr...
- 05:56 AM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
- David Celis wrote:
> Steve Shreeve wrote:
> > I agree wholeheartedly with Matz. There is no need for this CoC. Thes...
- 05:18 AM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
- Strand McCutchen wrote:
> If Ruby can't adopt a code of conduct which specifies clearly how maintainers will enforce...
- 09:09 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11997: A method to read a file with interpolations
- > Why not erb?
Erb syntax is too much noise to me. It is centered toward html (it resembles html tagging), which i...
- 08:32 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11997 (Feedback): A method to read a file with interpolations
- I request a single method that reads a file while interpreting interpolated Ruby code in it (in the current context)....
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