Ralph Corderoy

  • Registered on: 07/19/2011
  • Last connection: 07/31/2011

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07/24/2011

12:38 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Magnus Holm wrote:
> Let me just point out that you don't have to have the "end"s on separate lines
As comment #4...

07/23/2011

12:49 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene wrote:
> The `endwhile` and `endif` or `fi` solutions aren't *solutions* because they can't b...

07/21/2011

01:27 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Jon Forums wrote:
> I'm still _very_ much for the current style and haven't wrapped my mind around the new visual lo...

07/20/2011

11:47 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Nothing seems to ensure the author will bother doing e___e___end and have the e's align with the start of the blocks ...
09:40 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Pierre-Yves GĂ©rardy wrote:
> module MyModule
> class MyClass
> def my_method
> 10.times do
>...
08:41 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Yasushi ANDO wrote:
> Ralph Corderoy wrote:
> > My suggestion is to introduce end{if,while,def,...} as keywords;
>...
09:24 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
> I prefer end! to enn..d.
That cannot work because it's not known how many ends are being replaced;
indentation...
12:00 AM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
Masaru Iwashita wrote:
> How about writing en5d instead of ennnnnd ?
> This would be much clearer how many n's are ...

07/19/2011

09:52 PM ruby-trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
With reference to e+nd or en+d; I haven't had to count characters since
Hollerith string constants in Fortran; 11H...

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