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08/20/2022

10:08 AM Ruby master Misc #18968: Run MJIT under a forked Ruby process
An interesting project if you are changing the interface could be to write a generic JIT interface, which any JIT cou... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)

08/18/2022

06:50 PM Ruby master Feature #18776: Object Shapes
> With shapes you could start with {a,b} and then add the hash keys to get shape {a,b,c,d} and pass all values [1,2,3... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)
06:22 PM Ruby master Feature #18776: Object Shapes
Reference keyword arguments - what we're doing is using the same idea of shapes, but applying them to the keyword arg... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)
06:30 PM Ruby master Feature #18965: Further Thread::Queue improvements
I was going to comment that adding or removing multiple items from a queue is likely not great for implementation, as... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)

07/25/2022

02:22 PM Ruby master Feature #12607: Ruby needs an atomic integer
Yes, I think a few low-level concurrency primitives should move from Concurrent Ruby to core. As we add more concurre... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)

07/13/2022

04:00 PM Ruby master Feature #14564: `dig` opposite method
Instead of different `dig` and `bury` tools, a 'lens' abstraction could combine the two.
```ruby
deep_hash = {a: ...
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07/07/2022

02:33 PM Ruby master Bug #18903: Stack overflow signal handling seems to be triggered once and then not working after
(Found by Jean Boussier) chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)
02:33 PM Ruby master Bug #18903 (Open): Stack overflow signal handling seems to be triggered once and then not working after
This program creates a recursive object graph and then tries to convert it to JSON with no max depth, so it stack ove... chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)

06/27/2022

02:14 PM Ruby master Bug #18882: File.read cuts off a text file with special characters when reading it on MS Windows
> it behaves correctly on Linux, i expect not to need to use binary mode
I think binary mode is a no-op on Linux t...
chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)
12:47 PM Ruby master Bug #18882: File.read cuts off a text file with special characters when reading it on MS Windows
Don't you need to use binary mode to read these characters? chrisseaton (Chris Seaton)

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