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Robert A. Heiler

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04/26/2016

06:19 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12319: `Module#const_get` does not accept symbol with nested name
I am also for keeping symbols simple! I love symbols, I abuse them a
lot in my ruby code to yield special instructio...
06:16 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12317: Name space of a module
Interesting. I am indifferent to it, but possibly lean towards giving a +1.
In some of my classes, I use a module ...

04/24/2016

07:01 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12306: Implement String #blank? #present? and improve #strip and family to handle unicode
Just one comment, not related to the suggestion itself but to one
other comment made above.
Richard Schneeman wr...

04/22/2016

12:41 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12305: "can't remove str from str_id" at unregister_sym
I think it is difficult to track it down if it only appears sometimes.
Perhaps you find some way to trigger it mor...

04/20/2016

06:09 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12298: Indeterministic ruby behavior when another thread is killed
Hmm. Although the report was already rejected, and even if we all may agree that
the honeybadger code was not brill...

04/17/2016

07:34 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12281: Allow lexically scoped use of refinements with `using {}` block syntax
Not having any pro or contra opinion here but I would like to just briefly chime in that I find the syntax quite heav...

04/16/2016

04:20 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12282: Hash#dig! for repeated applications of Hash#fetch
I concur with Shyouhei Urabe - the name seems to not entirely fit the
given outcome.
More typical use cases of me...

04/12/2016

03:00 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12272: Accepting HTML entity name in string literal
I don't know. I am not really against it, also not really for it but to be honest, I can't remember either of these v...

04/09/2016

05:33 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12263: Feature request: &&. operator (shorthand for foo && foo.method)
I don't really like it.
matz said that & is the lonely operator because the person is staring
at a dot before, li...
05:30 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12262: Anti-loop
I don't have any big pro or contra opinion, but there is one thing I am wondering:
Is this still called a loop in ...

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