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sena_kun what's the tool for bumping? 12:09
and what's the policy for bumping?
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nine .bothelp 12:32
releasable6: help 12:33
releasable6 nine, status | status link # See wiki for more examples: github.com/perl6/whateverable/wiki/Releasable
nine sena_kun: I've only ever bumped manually. Policy seems to be "whenever it seems to make sense to you" 12:34
sena_kun nine: I see, thanks, the messages look as generated ones... there is nothing wrong with bumping to latest moar to get some fixes? I see a mention of a new bug, but if it has a workaround, I'd like to go for it. 12:35
nine sena_kun: do you have any idea on when the MoarVM release will be made? If it's within the next day, I'd like to commit my workaround first. 12:36
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sena_kun nine: my plan for today is either 1)get fresh fixes, count this revision as "we'll do a release from that" and then check stuff for regressions; 1)get old (six days old) version we have blin results for already and make a release out of it. 12:37
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AlexDaniel sena_kun: this is the only tool: github.com/perl6/z 12:38
sena_kun I'd go for a first one, so yes, I can wait for a workaround
AlexDaniel, I see, thanks 12:39
nine sena_kun: ok, then I'll definitely commit the workaround :)
sena_kun nine: +1
Geth_ nqp: ac4b11d438 | (Stefan Seifert)++ | tools/templates/MOAR_REVISION
Bump MoarVM for NativeCall fixes
rakudo: 6bc64c7132 | (Stefan Seifert)++ | tools/templates/NQP_REVISION
Bump NQP for NativeCall fixes
nine sena_kun: ^^^
lizmat pulls, builds and spectests 13:02
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lizmat all clear 13:21
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Geth_ rakudo: b6afa71277 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/Rakudo/Iterator.pm6
Add is-lazy named to `gather` iterator

So that the underlying iterator *can* be told to act as a lazy iterator. Now all we need is a syntax to mark a `gather` block as lazy. This in response to #3380
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lizmat m: role A { method a() { 666 } }; class B does A { has $.a = 42 }; dd B.new.a 13:59
camelia 666
Xliff Merry Christmas, #raku!
lizmat that feels wrong to me
Xliff o/
Merry Xmas is not what feels wrong to me :-)
Xliff lizmat: Yeah, there should be some warning there, but that's really a case of a badly named override.
lizmat I think it's a wrongly handled override 14:00
Xliff More like a badly named method that's causing an unintended override?
lizmat m: role A { method a() { 666 } }; class B does A { has $.a = 42; method a() { $!a } }; dd B.new.a
camelia 42
lizmat if I declare an attribute to be public, it should override anything that the role provided 14:01
Xliff And I would expect that last one to at least throw a warning!
lizmat I think the check for creating the accessor is faultry
Xliff And I would say you have a very good point! 14:02
lizmat: So what brings you to IRC on this fine day?
lizmat a love/hate relationship with this particular date ?
Xliff Ah.
lizmat mostly hate 14:03
Xliff EEp.
lizmat it's why I celebrate my birthday on 21st of June :-)
Xliff Hopefully you and yours will have a nice get-together for dinner, at least. 14:04
lizmat had that yesterday :-)
Xliff Oh, good.
lizmat still stuffed :-)
Xliff Heheh
Something tells me I will be back into the guts of Method::Also, today.
lizmat did you see my update? 14:05
Xliff Guess not. When did that happen? 14:06
lizmat on Monday, to fix a release blocker
Xliff Looking 14:07
Hah! I missed that! 14:08
lizmat: What was the blocker?
lizmat that Method::Also did not install :-) 14:09
Xliff Odd. I hadn't beeen having problems with the old code.
Maybe exposed via newer rakudo?
lizmat yeah, I think it's related to vrurg's role work
Xliff Ah! OK. 14:10
Was hoping I could leverage that into a better solution. Now role-based aliases are not showing up in my code.
lizmat well, I guess you need to figure that out with vrurg :-) 14:12
Xliff lizmat: Yeah.. this bug is mine... github.com/lizmat/Method-Also/comm...15c09b0R57
lizmat ok, well looking forward to your fix then :-) 14:13
Xliff Hahahahaha!
Me too!
Geth_ rakudo: 07072f3803 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | 2 files
Introduce :is-lazy named for gather { } blocks

After this commit, you can indicate that your `gather` block is to be treated as a lazy one:
   gather {
   } :is-lazy;
Xliff lizmat: Well, the big problem preventing that fix is the fact that this code never executes and I can't figure out why: github.com/lizmat/Method-Also/blob...so.pm6#L27 14:18
I since moved it to incorporate_multi_methods and it's still not working. 14:19
So... I guess next step is easy.
Geth_ rakudo: 8e3b0a7144 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | 2 files
Revert "Introduce :is-lazy named for gather { } blocks"

This reverts commit 07072f380327db9b118cab4a2babc33ba73c683c.
We actually have syntax for lazy gather blocks: it's called:
   lazy gather {
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Geth_ rakudo: 55d0143e2b | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/Rakudo/Iterator.pm6
Revert "Add is-lazy named to `gather` iterator"

This reverts commit b6afa71277c6f0405a1fb31976fb8aa70310b5a3.
This is not going to be used, so remove it.
rakudo: 971174f4d8 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/Iterable.pm6
Make `lazy gather` up to 15% faster

By using nqp::ifnull to see whether there has been an iterator created already. The benchmark is for:
   lazy gather { .take for ^500000 }
so very light on what is actually been gathered. So your actual mileage will vary.
rakudo: e8a9e07fd2 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | 2 files
Move the Lazy iterator class to Rakudo::Iterator

To make it more in line with other iterators that live there. And more generally available, should that be needed. And add some comments.
lizmat .ask jnthn what was the reason for implementing "lazy" as an Iterable method called by codegen magic, rather than as a sub ? 19:13
tellable6 lizmat, I'll pass your message to jnthn
lizmat .ask jnthn I guess the same goes for "hyper" and "race" 19:17
tellable6 lizmat, I'll pass your message to jnthn
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Geth_ rakudo: 17d8116069 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/Iterable.pm6
Don't need to create a Seq object when recursing in flat
rakudo: d5a34f19f5 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | 2 files
Move the Flat iterator class to Rakudo::Iterator

To make it more in line with other iterators that live there. And more generally available, should that be needed. And add some comments.
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AlexDaniel sena_kun: fwiw this is the repo for working on alwaysfails: github.com/perl6/ecosystem-unbitrot 21:59
sena_kun: the issue tracker can be updated by using the data.json file and a script somewhere
sena_kun: I can do it but only if we don't have too many erroneous alwaysfails… 22:00
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