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Eregon (Benoit Daloze)

  • Registered on: 07/30/2009
  • Last connection: 01/16/2018

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01/22/2018

01:12 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14382: Make public access of a private constant call const_missing
Isn't Module#deprecate_constant specifically for this usage?

01/21/2018

05:18 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14375: 3 Spec failures building MinGW 2018-01-19 trunk 61950
Thanks for the report, I'll take a look.
This spec looks rather hacky at first sight.

01/20/2018

02:22 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14378: On windows, RUBY_FIXNUM_MAX of 64 bits ruby is 32 bits
This is indeed very surprising that on a platform with 64-bit pointers, Fixnum are still only 30 bits.
+1 to making ...

01/16/2018

05:14 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14353: $SAFE should stay at least thread-local for compatibility
> Of course, I proposed $SAFE as Fiber local.
:)
If $SAFE had no effect at all, then I think it would be fine t...

01/13/2018

07:33 PM Ruby trunk Bug #14353 (Open): $SAFE should stay at least thread-local for compatibility
In #14250 $SAFE changed from a frame+thread-local variable to a process-wide global variable.
This feels wrong and...

01/10/2018

06:05 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14344: refine at class level
kddeisz (Kevin Deisz) wrote:
> Just to take a real example from my current application, here's a job (from Rails Act...

01/09/2018

05:26 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14344: refine at class level
There is probably room for a shorter syntax for refinements.
But one thing which is not acceptable in this specific ...
05:13 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14344: refine at class level
The whole purpose of the Module around it is so multiple refinements can be bundled up together in a Module and that ...

01/08/2018

10:54 AM Ruby trunk Bug #14324: Should Exception#full_message include escape sequences?
nobu (Nobuyoshi Nakada) wrote:
> Since `Exception#full_message` is expected to return the message printed to stderr,...

01/07/2018

11:31 PM Ruby trunk Feature #14332 (Open): Module.used_refinements to list refinement modules
Module.used_modules was added in #7418.
But I think `Module.used_refinements` is more useful or at least complementa...

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