Suraj Kurapati

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Reported issues: 34

02/08/2014

01:39 AM Ruby trunk Feature #7068: ability to deactivate Hash#compare_by_identity()
Eric Hodel wrote:
> =begin
>
> h = {}
> h.compare_by_identity = true
> h['a'] = 1
> h['a'] = 2
> h....

02/13/2013

11:28 PM Ruby trunk Feature #2294: [PATCH] ruby_bind_stack() to embed Ruby in coroutine
Hi,
ko1 (Koichi Sasada) wrote:
>
> (2013/02/13 14:49), sunaku (Suraj Kurapati) wrote:
> > Ruby must also be b...
02:49 PM Ruby trunk Feature #2294: [PATCH] ruby_bind_stack() to embed Ruby in coroutine
ko1 (Koichi Sasada) wrote:
> > 1. Cannot bind Ruby to a pre-allocated stack address range.
>
> I'm not sure what...
07:28 AM Ruby trunk Feature #2294: [PATCH] ruby_bind_stack() to embed Ruby in coroutine
Hello ko1,
Thanks for committing changeset r38905 into Ruby 2.0.0-rc2.
But, I am seeing the following problems ...

02/09/2013

03:30 PM Ruby trunk Feature #5008: Equal rights for Hash (like Array, String, Integer, Float)
Hi Matz,
matz (Yukihiro Matsumoto) wrote:
> The reason I hesitate to add to_h to nil is because I am not fully sa...

11/03/2012

05:05 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5422: File.fnmatch != Dir.glob # {no,sets}
Thanks for your agreement Thomas.
Hey Ruby-core developers, we have agreed on the following API, where passing a F...

09/26/2012

03:51 AM Ruby trunk Feature #7068 (Rejected): ability to deactivate Hash#compare_by_identity()
Hello,
I am using ruby 1.9.3p194 (2012-04-20 revision 35410) [x86_64-linux].
There is no way to deactivate a Ha...

07/11/2012

03:52 AM Ruby trunk Feature #2294: [PATCH] ruby_bind_stack() to embed Ruby in coroutine
Hello,
This patch still works as-is with ruby-1.9.3-p194 and ruby-1.9.2-p320:
https://github.com/sunaku/ruby/co...

03/29/2012

08:36 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5008: Equal rights for Hash (like Array, String, Integer, Float)
In my mind, nil.to_h should exist for the same reason that
nil.to_a, nil.to_s, nil.to_i, and nil.to_f exist: conveni...
08:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5644: add Enumerable#exclude? antonym
Hi Matz,
I didn't ask for antonmys for all predicates; only for #exclude?.
The reason for #exclude? is for more...

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