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avit (Andrew Vit)

  • Email: andrew@avit.ca
  • Registered on: 09/28/2013
  • Last connection: 01/27/2018

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12/21/2017

06:15 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12318: Returning the evaluated value of a block
This is now implemented as `yield_self`
Close please?

11/19/2017

06:52 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14112: Follow style conventions for Ruby code
Some elements of ruby style are hard to check statically because they encode semantics.
For example, I prefer to w...

10/20/2017

12:56 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14022: String#surround
An alternate (short but cryptic) way:
```
str = "one\ntwo"
str.gsub(/^.*/m, '<\0>')
```
- gsub! can do it de...

10/06/2017

10:35 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5964: Make Symbols an Alternate Syntax for Strings
My only point was that symbols are not meant to be operated on the same as strings, because they do serve different p...

10/05/2017

08:00 PM Ruby trunk Feature #5964: Make Symbols an Alternate Syntax for Strings
sheerun (Adam Stankiewicz) wrote:
> Did it change since ruby got frozen string? Is there much difference between fro...

05/26/2017

04:52 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13600: yield_self should be chainable/composable
In case the description is unclear, the goal is to support something like this:
```
pipeline = (&:upcase).yield_s...
03:29 PM Ruby trunk Feature #13600 (Rejected): yield_self should be chainable/composable
One of the main use cases that would make `yield_self` a helpful addition is to build functional pipelines (function ...

07/28/2016

08:57 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12634: Ruby converts '*' on command line to a file name
This is handled by your shell before passing to ruby. Compare:
~~~
ruby -e 'puts ARGV.inspect' *
["file1", "file...

05/09/2016

08:45 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12363 (Rejected): URI::Generic.build allows invalid input
Reproduce:
~~~
require 'uri'
invalid_host = 'ex_ample.com'
invalid_userinfo = 'uuuu:pp/pp'
uri = URI::Generic....

03/15/2016

04:54 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12173: `Time#till_now`
Tsuyoshi Sawada wrote:
> That is a homonym (as well as a homograph) of the word in question.
I also think "till" ...

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