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Reported issues: 4
- 11:02 PM Ruby trunk Bug #11113: Time ranges cannot be used in case statements in 1.9+ but they could in 1.8.7
- Good point, it looks like Float is already "covered" (I didn't check) so it's only Time that is the issue here.
- 10:48 PM Ruby trunk Bug #11113: Time ranges cannot be used in case statements in 1.9+ but they could in 1.8.7
- The "can't iterate" error is simply because Time is float-based: there is no `succ` number.
Something like this co...
- 12:24 AM Ruby trunk Feature #10394: An instance method on Enumerator that evaluates the block under with self being t...
- It might be confusing if such a thing only exists for Enumerator blocks and nothing else.
- 10:46 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10387 (Open): Overwriting an array variable doesn't release referenced objects
- I narrowed down the following, but I'm not sure if the problem is mine or a bug:
- 07:11 AM Ruby trunk Feature #7793: New methods on Hash
- > the block for these methods should take a hash rather than an array.
Do you mean the input should be a single ar...
- 07:03 PM Ruby trunk Misc #10312: Give people more control over how the ruby parser sees code and lexical code element...
- That sounds like heredoc syntax, which ruby already does.
- 11:21 PM Ruby trunk Feature #10308: Pipes in Ruby
- Related: #10095
- 04:33 PM Ruby trunk Feature #10095: Object#as
- This feature also looks a lot like a pipeline.
Here are some examples how people implemented that before, either u...
- 06:58 PM Ruby trunk Feature #10254: Array#each and Array#map for nested arrays
- `nested_map` makes sense since there is a `flat_map`. This is similar but different:
[[[1, 2], [3, 4]], [[5, ...
- 06:01 PM Ruby trunk Feature #10177: Hash#has_key? and Hash#has_value? should be deprecated
- +1 for `has_key?` from me.
It's more readable as natural English as pointed out earlier.
`has_key?` is more cle...
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