Yasushi ANDO

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12/08/2011

03:27 PM ruby-trunk Bug #5614: Proc#source_location & #inspect shows wrong line number when chained
It may not a bug but a specification. A block returns the number of a line in which the block is defined for its "sou...

11/14/2011

10:24 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5583 (Rejected): Optionally typing
No one comments on this issue for a week so that this is rejected. I'm sorry for proposing a dull issue and I'll be ...

11/12/2011

03:54 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5578: Embedded YAML for Ruby 2.0
Hi Thomas, this is a stunning idea for me! I attached my patches of bad quality to add the yaml literal to ruby1.9.3...

11/07/2011

12:49 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5583 (Rejected): Optionally typing
Although I know all of you dislike static typing it cannot be denied that there are some people aspire for introducin...

10/19/2011

05:46 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5065 (Rejected): Allow "}" as an alternative to "end"
Rejected because there's no discussion about this issue for three months.
11:44 AM ruby-trunk Bug #5449: nested constant opasign not working
I checked this just for my curiosity.
Foo ||= 42
does not work on ruby1.8,
::Foo = 42 # constant re-...

07/25/2011

09:05 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054 (Closed): Compress a sequence of ends
One week has passed since the RubyKaigi in which "ennnnnd" was born came to the end. So, I hesitate to say, it's time...

07/22/2011

05:19 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5065: Allow "}" as an alternative to "end"
The same kinds of requests as "endall" are being discussed on #5054 which is set to Joke. So "endall" can be a joke. ...

07/21/2011

03:47 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5065: Allow "}" as an alternative to "end"
Your request looks nice for me. Additionally endall will be used at the end of file in most cases, so it's useful if ...

07/20/2011

05:26 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Hi Clifford,
Thank you for your comment.
> Modify your editor so it automatically folds them for you on display....

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