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03/08/2018

06:02 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14593: Add `Enumerator#concat`
shan (Shannon Skipper) wrote:
> That ^ pure Ruby implementation is a bit confusing and like the original one-liner i...
03:37 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14593 (Open): Add `Enumerator#concat`
I propose introducing an `Enumerator#concat(other_enum1, other_enum2, ...)` which returns an enumerator being a conca...

04/07/2016

02:35 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12161: Friendly BigDecimal#inspect
I agree that `BigDecimal` output is horrible.
First of all, I see no point in displaying the object's address. On...

04/04/2016

02:48 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12247: accept multiple arguments at Array#delete
If the return value has as many items as arguments passed to the method and the items order is preserved, then the re...
09:11 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12247: accept multiple arguments at Array#delete
Given:
~~~
ary = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
~~~
What is going to be returned by:
~~~
ary.delete(1, 6)
~~~
?

03/26/2016

05:12 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12198: Hash#== sometimes returns false incorrectly
Tsuyoshi Sawada wrote:
> I thought you had previously written:
>
> >Actually it has nothing to do with sets
I'...
02:57 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12198: Hash#== sometimes returns false incorrectly
IMHO documentation on Hash#== is incorrect at the moment. It says:
> Equality—Two hashes are equal if they each co...

03/19/2016

04:24 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12198: Hash#== sometimes returns false incorrectly
Yes, I believe that implementing `Set#rehash` is a good idea (unless rehashing automatically when needed would be a b...
03:44 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12198: Hash#== sometimes returns false incorrectly
Actually it has nothing to do with sets:
~~~
b = []
h1 = {b => true}
b << 42
h2 = {[42] => true}
p h2 #=>...
01:35 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12198 (Closed): Hash#== sometimes returns false incorrectly
Hi!
Sorry for lack of the accuracy in the bug title. I have some trouble with pinpointing the issue.
According ...

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