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Benoit Daloze

  • Registered on: 07/30/2009
  • Last connection: 04/21/2016

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05/03/2016

11:36 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12337: inconsistency between Fixnum#coerce and Bignum#coerce
Akira Tanaka wrote:
> Bignum.coerce(Fixnum) is used to implement fixnum binop bignum.
> (binop is binary operator s...
09:27 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12337: inconsistency between Fixnum#coerce and Bignum#coerce
I had a question about Bignum#coerce in http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-core/75176.
I think...

04/29/2016

11:40 AM Ruby trunk Feature #6647: Exceptions raised in threads should be logged
Shyouhei Urabe wrote:
> I remember this topic was looked at in the developer meeting this month. Matz was positive ...

04/26/2016

09:52 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12319: `Module#const_get` does not accept symbol with nested name
I think as well that Symbols should not be used to generate dynamic names like that "SomModName::SomeOtherName".
Sym...

04/22/2016

11:42 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12307 (Rejected): File.new and File.open change permissions even if the file exists on Windows
Thank you for the C example and explanation!
So indeed the behavior of MSVCRT contradicts its description:
"[...] I...

04/21/2016

10:31 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12307: File.new and File.open change permissions even if the file exists on Windows
Usaku NAKAMURA wrote:
> This behavior is derived from the implementation of MSVCRT.
> Changing this is a little dif...
10:28 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12307: File.new and File.open change permissions even if the file exists on Windows
FWIW, Ruby documentation of File.open and File.new is also phrased the same way:
"If a file is being created, its in...
10:25 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12307: File.new and File.open change permissions even if the file exists on Windows
Usaku NAKAMURA wrote:
> To my understanding, POSIX doesn't say so.
> It only says that the mode is not changed when...
09:14 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12307 (Rejected): File.new and File.open change permissions even if the file exists on Windows
For instance:
~~~
# New file
File.open("abc", "w", 0666) { |f|
puts f.stat.mode.to_s(8) # => 100666, OK
}
...

04/13/2016

10:12 PM Ruby trunk Bug #12280: IO.copy_stream(IO, IO) fails with "pread() not implemented"
Eric Wong wrote:
> eregontp@gmail.com wrote:
> > IO.copy_stream on Windows with IO having an offset fails with:
>...

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