silverhammermba (Max Anselm)
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- 03:39 PM Ruby master Bug #10466 (Closed): rb_eval_string_wrap does not actually wrap in a module binding
- `rb_eval_string_wrap` says that it "evaluates the given string under a module binding in an isolated binding", but th...
- 03:49 PM Ruby master Bug #10454: %i doesn't have any special behavior in rb_sprintf et al.
- Ah, I see now. I needed to use `%li`. It seems like README.EXT should mention `PRIsVALUE` instead of `%i`.
- 02:37 AM Ruby master Feature #10463: :~@ and :!@ are not parsed correctly
- That's because bash is trying to interpolate the string.
$ ruby -e 'p :!@'
- 08:51 PM Ruby master Bug #10454: %i doesn't have any special behavior in rb_sprintf et al.
- Well I can't get it to work for some reason. When I run this code:
VALUE func(VALUE arg...
- 08:33 PM Ruby master Bug #10453: NUM2CHR() does not perform additional bounds checks
- I would expect it to raise `RangeError` if the num exceeds the size of a `char`. That is the behavior of the all of t...
- 08:56 PM Ruby master Bug #10454 (Closed): %i doesn't have any special behavior in rb_sprintf et al.
- README.EXT claims:
> In the format string, `%i` is used for `Object#to_s` (or `Object#inspect` if ‘+’ flag is set)...
- 08:25 PM Ruby master Bug #10453 (Rejected): NUM2CHR() does not perform additional bounds checks
- `NUM2CHR()` just calls `rb_num2int_inline()` and masks off the high bytes. Consequently, passing any value larger tha...
- 07:14 PM Ruby master Bug #9836: Bad Implementation of Time.strptime
- Sorry for the unclear wording. I would expect that it behaves similar to `DateTime`'s implementation and to not ignor...
- 07:59 PM Ruby master Bug #9836 (Closed): Bad Implementation of Time.strptime
- According to the documentation, `Time.strptime` "parses +date+ using `Date._strptime` and converts it to a Time objec...
- 04:02 PM Ruby master Bug #9703 (Closed): Inconsistent profile output
- The output of the profile lib seems to be partially dependent on how it is required. For example,
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