chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)
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- 12:55 AM Ruby master Bug #16959: Weakmap has specs and third-party usage despite being a private API
- The PR was created recently, but the code was written in April 2019 https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/39121/commits...
- 11:19 PM Ruby master Bug #16959: Weakmap has specs and third-party usage despite being a private API
- > I suspect the addition of the specs led to folks starting to use this private API.
I think it's the other way ar...
- 05:34 AM Ruby master Revision 3015a7aa (git): [ruby/fiddle] Improve documentation on how to correctly free memory and free memory in tests (#33)
- 02:17 PM Ruby master Feature #16786: Light-weight scheduler for improved concurrency.
- I recently did a deep dive into this approach and how it would fit into the Ruby ecosystem as part of my work on Truf...
- 10:54 PM Ruby master Misc #16091: gsub
- @thiaguerd I don't understand - the `String#replace` method only takes one argument - you're calling it with two so t...
- 12:42 AM Ruby master Feature #15974: Warn in verbose mode on defining a finalizer that captures the object
- Yes we could do that, and enable it always as that'd be cheap.
- 11:55 PM Ruby master Feature #15974: Warn in verbose mode on defining a finalizer that captures the object
- > Question: shouldn't this be an error rather than a warning?
No, because it's possible to have a reference from t...
- 10:38 AM Ruby master Feature #16001: Provide an alias to Kernel#caller_locations(1,1) and Kernel#caller(1,1)
- @eregon the answer is in the former version of this issue - 'avoid common beginner mistakes getting full backtrace in...
- 08:25 PM Ruby master Feature #16001: Provide an alias to Kernel#caller_locations(1,1) and Kernel#caller(1,1)
- > If so, it seems like a very heavy handed way to shorten something that is already fairly short
For some reason ...
- 11:03 PM Ruby master Bug #11214: Cannot Get Correct Binding from inside of C Method
- > I'm fairly sure having binding capture arguments passed to C methods is not possible.
TruffleRuby could do that!...
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