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Richard Schneeman

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01/21/2016

04:04 PM Ruby trunk Misc #12004: Code of Conduct
I'm in favor of the contributor covenant, a version of it was adopted by Rails. So far it has not produced any of the...

01/19/2016

08:03 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11955: Expose Object that Receives logs in Logger
Nobu, I've added a new patch that would expose the `LogDevice` object in a `Logger` instance. This would be acceptabl...

01/08/2016

05:00 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11955: Expose Object that Receives logs in Logger
> Your example doesn't seem to able to get rid of adding stdout_logger twice or more, even with logger.destination.
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01/06/2016

04:27 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11955: Expose Object that Receives logs in Logger
Here is a patch to Rails that could benefit from standardizing access to the logger destination object: https://githu...

01/05/2016

09:59 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11955 (Assigned): Expose Object that Receives logs in Logger
I need to be able to perform logic based on the destination of a current logger, this is currently not possible witho...

10/02/2015

03:58 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11375: Decreased Object Allocation in Pathname.rb
Updated to use the `# -*- frozen_string_literal: true -*-` invocation.

08/03/2015

10:23 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11375: Decreased Object Allocation in Pathname.rb
I think I figured out why i'm not getting emails and I believe I've fixed the issue. Sorry again for the delayed resp...

07/23/2015

06:45 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11375: Decreased Object Allocation in Pathname.rb
Thanks for reviewing! I added a new patch above: https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/attachments/download/5400/ruby-changes.pa...

07/19/2015

08:44 PM Ruby trunk Feature #11375 (Closed): Decreased Object Allocation in Pathname.rb
Pathname.rb has many string literals that are not mutated while being called. We can reduce object allocation and inc...

06/02/2015

11:52 PM Ruby trunk Bug #11214 (Open): Cannot Get Correct Binding from inside of C Method
I am trying to get the arguments passed into a method using the binding. This is possible using pure Ruby:
```ru...

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