bozhidar (Bozhidar Batsov)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Registered on: 05/09/2013
- Last connection: 07/11/2018
- 05:14 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14912: Introduce pattern matching syntax
- Btw, won't it better to introduce a new expression named `match` than to extend `case`? Seems to me this will make th...
- 09:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14844: Future of RubyVM::AST?
- I'm really curious what's the purpose of this module and why wasn't in developed in collaboration with the maintainer...
- 09:26 AM Ruby trunk Feature #9123: Make Numeric#nonzero? behavior consistent with Numeric#zero?
- ana06 (Ana Maria Martinez Gomez) wrote:
> It is already 4 years since this was pointed out. I am really surprised th...
- 09:46 AM Ruby trunk Feature #8573: Add String#format method(not an alias of String#%)
- nobu (Nobuyoshi Nakada) wrote:
> Do you mean this?
> def format(*args)
> sprintf(self, *args)
- 09:44 AM Ruby trunk Feature #8573: Add String#format method(not an alias of String#%)
- naruse (Yui NARUSE) wrote:
> Show concrete use case.
How about simply:
"Hello, %s %s!".format("Mr.",...
- 06:59 PM CommonRuby Feature #9023: Array#tail
- I also dislike the name Array#tail, since it's commonly associated with linked lists, not arrays. I think a much bett...
- 04:07 PM Ruby trunk Feature #6823: Where/how should ruby-mode issues be reported?
- I also support the removal of ruby-mode.el. Its presence in the Ruby codebase creates a lot of confusion for Emacs us...
- 07:05 PM Ruby trunk Feature #8573 (Feedback): Add String#format method(not an alias of String#%)
- I think it'd be great if String included a method similar to `%` that accepts variable number of arguments (like `spr...
- 07:01 PM Ruby trunk Feature #8321: Ripper: I would like coordinates for keywords
- I'm keeping an eye on Parser and I hope that one day we'll be able to use it in RuboCop https://github.com/bbatsov/ru...
- 04:13 PM Ruby trunk Feature #8321: Ripper: I would like coordinates for keywords
- The example outlined in the proposal is exactly what I think we need. A lot of Ruby code analysis tools need exact c...
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