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- 11:27 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12852: URI.parse can't handle non-ascii URIs
- Olivier Lacan wrote:
> It's common for OAuth authentication flows to store a destination URI to return to when t...
- 09:18 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12852: URI.parse can't handle non-ascii URIs
- As a point of order, there's no such thing as a "non-ASCII URI"*; that would be an [IRI](https://tools.ietf.org/html/...
- 09:35 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12820: Shorter syntax for assigning a method argument to an instance variable
* #12578 Instance Variables Assigned In parameters ( ala Crystal? )
* #5825 Sweet instance var assignment in t...
- 03:00 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12770: Hash#left_merge
- Robert A. Heiler wrote:
> I think that the name appears to be a bit strange - if we have a left_merge, do we have a ...
- 10:37 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12760: Optional block argument for `itself`
- [Sounds](https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/6373#note-47) [familiar](https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/10095#note-7), ...
- 09:59 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12512: Import Hash#transform_values and its destructive version from ActiveSupport
- Incidentally, as discussed back in #7793, the [hashmap](https://rubygems.org/gems/hashmap) gem defines #map_keys, #ma...
- 05:20 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12637: Unified and consistent method naming for safe and dangerous methods
- Thomas Sawyer wrote:
> It would more interesting if there were a way to declare an object mutable or not, then when ...
- 09:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12578: Instance Variables Assigned In parameters ( ala Crystal? )
- Here is some history of this proposal:
* [#5825 Sweet instance var assignment in the object initializer](https://b...
- 06:42 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12519: Expansion of modifier_if and modifier_unless
- I am against.
It seems to rewrite the precedence of modifier if. I would expect it to evaluate like this:
- 02:20 PM Ruby trunk Feature #715: Ruby interpreter should understand UTF-8 symbols with special meaning
- Jan Maurits Faber wrote:
> It's really easy to remember: to type ≥ is just alt + >, to type ≤ is alt + < and ≠ is al...
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