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Set by AlexDaniel on 12 June 2018.
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nwc10 good *, #moarvm 08:28
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lizmat nwc10 o. 09:20
o/ rather :-)
nwc10 \o
It's raining. My choices seem to be (1) veg out (2) hack (3) claer up the cellar 09:21
"watching regression tests run" counts as hacking, doesn't it? :-) 09:22
lizmat do they ever boil? 09:25
nwc10 "eventually", it seems 09:26
but my probem now is actually, that to make coffee I need to boil the kettle, and that involves getting up
lizmat BREW not working on your HTCPCP server ? 09:28
nwc10 :-) 09:49
no, and even worse than that, due to $weekend, I needed to wash the French press first
$weekend had 2 meals $elsewhere, so did not generate much excitement for the dishwasher 09:50
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nwc10 dogbert17: yes, that was my assumption to. I think that it has to be an existing corner-case bug that I've exposed. So, I've added similar code to MoarVM master, and now I have that one looping until the test fails 10:19
tellable6 nwc10, I'll pass your message to dogbert17
nwc10 and this time also looping the first such that it should generate a coredump when it hits oops. But, of course, it hasn't 10:20
that thing about "does it ever boil?" :-/
maybe I should go off and clean up the cellar 10:22
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lizmat and yet another Rakudo Weekly News hits the Net: 13:20
[Coke] nwc10: you said that you have a tester for your xxx-hash branch on windows, yes? (once he gets back?) 14:52
I am doing a "regular" build right now (was a few months out of date), and remembered you might need a tester but were probably set
nwc10 I was assuming that jnthn would be able to 14:53
[Coke] \o/ 14:54
(good because it's not fast on this box. :)
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MasterDuke i don't remember jnthn doing anything on windows recently? 14:56
i thought he used to develop on windows (mostly as a canary), but for some reason istr he switched off (new computer a while ago?) 14:57
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guifa2 Not sure if this is a known thing, but I think I've stumbled across a MoarVM error. 20:49
When I have a declared multidimensional native array, things work okay, until they're placed in a module that's used by something else 20:50
my int16 @foo[2;2] = (1,2), (3,4); # problematic line
The error message is "Missing serialize REPR function for REPR MVMContext (BOOTContext)". If it's a Rakudo bug though happy to report it elsewhere 20:51
lizmat it is my understanding that BootContexts should indeed never be serialized, 21:22
so apparently the codegen of that piece of code, is dragging in more than it should
think this is really a Rakudo bug
guifa2 nods head. I'll try to fully golf the context to make sure it's reproducible beyond my larger code base and post it to Rakudo issues 22:02
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