knu (Akinori MUSHA)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Registered on: 04/28/2008
- Last connection: 09/20/2018
- Ruby 1.8 (Developer, Release Manager, 04/28/2008)
- Ruby trunk (Developer, 04/28/2008)
- Backport187 (Developer, Release Manager, 06/03/2008)
- Ruby (Developer, 07/18/2008)
- Backport191 (Developer, 05/16/2009)
- Backport193 (Developer, 08/24/2011)
- Backport192 (Developer, 10/05/2011)
- CommonRuby (Developer, 12/21/2012)
- Backport200 (Developer, 02/17/2013)
- Backport21 (Developer, 12/21/2013)
- Backport22 (Developer, 12/19/2014)
- 02:00 PM Ruby trunk Feature #10208: Passing block to Enumerable#to_h
- So, exactly the same proposal linked above got accepted. The name wasn't actually a problem!
- 07:53 AM Ruby trunk Bug #14908: Enumerator::Lazy creates unnecessary Array objects.
- I'm the original author of Enumerator & Yielder and I don't think I particularly intended to make `<<` accept many ar...
- 06:20 AM Ruby trunk Misc #14956: Remove staled branches in svn repository
- I think you can just move them to under tags.
- 08:41 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5987 (Closed): IPAddr#initialize should display the invalid address when raising ArgumentError
- Applied in changeset trunk|r64244.
Include the input in the message when raising InvalidAddressError
- 08:40 AM Ruby trunk Revision 64244 (trunk): Include the input in the message when raising InvalidAddressError
- [Feature #5987]
- 08:40 AM Ruby trunk Revision 236e2993 (ruby-git): Include the input in the message when raising InvalidAddressError
- [Feature #5987]
git-svn-id: svn+ssh://ci.ruby-lang.org/ruby/trunk@64244 b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e
- 07:58 AM Ruby trunk Feature #11076: Enumerable method count_by
- In today's developer meeting, Matz understood the need for the feature but didn't like the name. One point he made w...
- 06:55 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14973: Proposal of percent literal to expand Hash
- For debugging purposes, you could have a method like this:
- 10:56 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14105 (Feedback): Introduce xor as alias for Set#^
- 02:35 AM Ruby trunk Feature #14781: Enumerator#generate
- I'm not very fond of `generate` because it's not the only way to generate an Enumerator. There could be more to come.
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