zverok (Victor Shepelev)
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- 12:07 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14912: Introduce pattern matching syntax
- > Btw, won't it better to introduce a new expression named `match` than to extend `case`?
I have exactly the oppos...
- 02:13 PM Ruby trunk Misc #14861: DevelopersMeeting20180718Japan
- * [Feature #14913] Extend case to match several values at once
* some steps towards better pattern matching
- 01:35 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14913 (Closed): Extend case to match several values at once
- This proposal is part of the search for how pattern matching or its elements could be gently introduced to Ruby.
- 10:07 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14781: Enumerator#generate
- Though, I should add that `Enumerator.generate` (seen this way, not just `.generate` alone) seems to clearly state "g...
- 10:06 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14781: Enumerator#generate
- I like `#sequence`, too.
- 06:40 PM Ruby trunk Misc #14769: DevelopersMeeting20180621Japan
- * [Feature #14709] Proper pattern matching
* [Feature #14799] Startless range
* [Feature #14784] One-sided Comparab...
- 09:51 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14799: Startless range
- > except it seems endless range does not raise for #reverse_each :)
Though, in fact, raises some big qu...
- 09:14 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14799: Startless range
- > how should Range#each work for this kind of ranges?
Most probably it should not (the same as `Enumerable#reverse...
- 07:56 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14799 (Assigned): Startless range
- On introduction of endless range at #12912, "startless range" was discussed this way:
> @sowieso: Not having the o...
- 08:39 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14784: One-sided Comparable#clamp
> Why not `[chain.of.calculations, 0].max`?
Because this `chain.of.calculations` in reality could be some...
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