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sikachu (Prem Sichanugrist)

  • Email: s@sikac.hu
  • Registered on: 07/23/2011
  • Last connection: 12/06/2017

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02/09/2016

03:41 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12059: `Array#single?`, `Hash#single?`
I feel like the usage of this method wouldn't be generic enough, and could be accomplished easily by `.size.one?`

01/22/2016

08:47 PM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
I think the moderators have been pinged. However, due to time zone, we might not see any action until 12:00AM GMT giv...

12/15/2015

01:57 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11818: `Hash#compact`
Active Support has this: http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/Hash.html#method-i-compact
I'm +1 on porting this meth...

12/07/2015

02:19 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11735: Porting String#squish and String#squish! from Ruby on Rails' Active Support
nobu's patch seems to be the better way to implement this feature without having to use regular expression. Much more...

11/24/2015

07:38 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11735: Porting String#squish and String#squish! from Ruby on Rails' Active Support
I also just created a GitHub PR in case that will be easier to give feedback to the code: https://github.com/ruby/rub...
07:36 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11735 (Open): Porting String#squish and String#squish! from Ruby on Rails' Active Support
Hi,
I have been using this `String#squish` method so many time when I'm using Rails, and I think it should be a us...

11/15/2013

01:07 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9098: Indent heredoc against the left margin by default when "indented closing identifier" is turned on.
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 identifier" is turned on.
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 identifier" is turned on.
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 identifier" is turned on.
@drbrain I could, but then the code would look ugly when the non-heredoc section is well-indented, and especially if ...

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