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09/25/2018

04:03 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15156 (Third Party's Issue): Have a 'c_headers' specifier in Gem::Specification.
Currently if one Ruby gem depends on the C extension of another Ruby gem, the only way
find the header of that gem i...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)

09/11/2018

11:01 PM Ruby trunk Feature #15074: Create 'official' C API documentation on ruby-doc.org
@hsbt what do you think about writing the docs within C API files like `ruby.h`, `intern.h` and `extension.h` itself ... v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
12:38 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15074: Create 'official' C API documentation on ruby-doc.org
Alright. I think its a matter of adding the extension.rdoc file to the ruby-doc.org sources and then push changes to ... v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
01:16 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15092: Provide step count in Range constructor
OK I'm convinced this is probably a bad idea since `step` returns an `ArithmeticSequence`
and is not a property of `...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)

09/09/2018

03:37 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15092: Provide step count in Range constructor
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh) wrote:
> I would like to propose making changes to the Range constructor so that a user can ...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
03:36 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15092: Provide step count in Range constructor
> Wouldn't the result be [1, 4, 7, 10, 13]?
Ah yes. My bad. Editing the description. Thank you.
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
02:59 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15092: Provide step count in Range constructor
Advantages of changing the constructor:
* Makes it easy to read test code for someone new to Ruby.
* Consistency in...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
02:28 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15092 (Rejected): Provide step count in Range constructor

I would like to propose making changes to the Range constructor so that a user can specify
a `step` count along wi...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
03:04 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15093 (Open): Retrive Array elements with infinite ranges specified by Float::INFINITY
Currently in Ruby head (2.6) the following gives an error:
~~~ ruby
2.6-head :001 > a = [1,2,3,4]
# => [1, 2, 3, 4...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)
02:31 AM Ruby trunk Feature #15074: Create 'official' C API documentation on ruby-doc.org
Alright. So as a first step can you please tell me how it would be possible to create
this page for the C API? Or ma...
v0dro (Sameer Deshmukh)

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