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matsuda (Akira Matsuda)

  • Email: ronnie@dio.jp
  • Registered on: 07/25/2008
  • Last connection: 12/06/2016

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10/17/2017

12:16 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13872: Duplicate assignment no longer silences "assigned but unused variable" warning
Yes, in my understanding that is exactly the case we use this idiom for, usually when the contents of ERB is user-giv...

10/16/2017

02:23 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13872: Duplicate assignment no longer silences "assigned but unused variable" warning
This is not a bug. The warning you see is a result of an improvement of "unused variable" detection at r59585.
Now i...

09/13/2017

11:35 PM Ruby trunk Bug #10222: require_relative and require should be compatible with each other when symlinks are used
Here's an actual use case that we saw in Rails: https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/29638#issuecomment-321335175
The...

02/22/2017

04:17 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13237: Behavior for #dup and #clone on Rational/Complex/BigDecimal differs from Integer/Float
Will this be backported to 2.4? (IOW is this 2.4.0 bug or 2.5 new feature?)

02/17/2017

10:59 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13222 (Closed): Array#sum inconsistency when init value is non-numeric
Since Array#sum skips calling plus for `0` https://github.com/ruby/ruby/blob/c85a58d/array.c#L5831-L5832, it doesn't ...

01/14/2017

05:21 PM Ruby trunk Bug #13129 (Assigned): Refinements cannot refine method_missing and respond_to_missing?
Refinements with method_missing and respond_to_missing? behaves very strangely.
```ruby
class C; end
using Mod...

01/06/2017

01:15 AM Ruby trunk Feature #13109 (Rejected): `using` in refinements is required to be physically placed before the refined method call
When using refinements in one file, the `using` call needs to be physically placed before the refined method call.
...

12/07/2016

06:54 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13012 (Closed): irb fails to define a method with a reserved-word-ish keyword argument
For example
```
def a(if:) end
```
is a valid ruby code but this doesn't work on irb.
This seems to be hap...

12/06/2016

08:48 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12980 (Closed): Time - Time to return a Rational
All right. Sounds rational. Thank you for the explanation, Mame-san and akr-san!

11/25/2016

08:26 AM Ruby trunk Bug #12980: Time - Time to return a Rational
Well, my assumption seems wrong.
0.5r.round also becomes 0, so this isn't really related to #12952
Still I'm wond...

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