Prem Sichanugrist

  • Email: s@sikac.hu
  • Registered on: 07/23/2011
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11/15/2013

01:07 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9098: Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closing identifie...
Sweet. I'll go ahead and start cooking up the patch. Thanks all for the preliminary feedback.

11/14/2013

12:10 PM Ruby trunk Feature #9098: Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closing identifie...
Oh, that's an awesome suggestion, @avdi. I like it. That way, it wouldn't be introducing backward incompatibility. Ma...
08:10 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9098: Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closing identifie...
I can see that. I actually just indented the example in without looking at the line width. My bad. :)
If the secon...
03:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9098: Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closing identifie...
@drbrain I could, but then the code would look ugly when the non-heredoc section is well-indented, and especially if ...

11/10/2013

06:18 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9098 (Assigned): Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closin...
tl;dr: I would like to port +String#strip_heredoc+ (http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/String.html#method-i-strip_her...

11/02/2013

12:37 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9070: Introduce `---` as synonym of `end` keyword
It does look ugly. I don't think that really makes the code better.
Also, I think if you leave a space after each ...

08/13/2013

11:40 PM Ruby trunk Feature #6225: Hash#+
I think this operator is really doesn't fit for Hash operation. While in a glance it might make sense, using `#merge`...

05/16/2013

11:38 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5458: DL should be removed
@ngoto Looking from the target, seems like this will be removed on 2.1.0 (next minor)

02/26/2013

07:39 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5825: Sweet instance var assignment in the object initializer
I think this is a good feature, so I'd like to support this (and possibly, provide a patch for this)
Reading from ...

09/18/2012

03:22 AM Ruby trunk Feature #7035: defined? should return cached, frozen strings
IMO, I think it should be fine for `defined?` to return a symbol in Ruby 2.0.0, if that really going to fix the alloc...

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