MasterDuke but i have to get to bed. hopefully can pick this up tomorrow evening 00:01
AlexDaniel ok actually it is fixed: 00:11
or so it seems 00:12
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AlexDaniel Xliff: you're right, but I was able to reproduce and even bisect it to a bump that fixes some segfault. It's very unlikely that the situation is different than I make it out to be :) 00:30
Xliff AlexDaniel: OK. However, there could have been a situation where the problem was the input file. 00:31
Was just trying to cover the bases.
AlexDaniel yes, you're right, it's sometimes very frustrating when your ticket is closed as resolved and you update in a few weeks to see that it was actually not :( 00:32
but then again, I was able to reproduce it even with a different file :P 00:33
Xliff Yes, and I just wanted the original file... so THERE! :p
Great taste! Less filling! New file, old coke! =) 00:34
AlexDaniel: I'm bored. Find me a project....
AlexDaniel Xliff: cool, we need Blin to generate proper tickets 00:35
Xliff: ticket example:
Xliff: basically a github-flavored markdown todo list, one line per bisected module 00:36
Xliff Geee.. having NEVER seen the Blin source, that's a helpful suggestion! :P
Seriously, where in Blin would I start?
AlexDaniel Xliff: there's just one file :D
well, there are two other files too, but this one does almost everything 00:37
don't know if it makes you feel better or not, but it does relieve some cognitive load for me
Xliff I see two more that could be problematic.
If it's not all in that one file, I am coming for all of your bots. 00:38
AlexDaniel haha
You get the idea.
AlexDaniel Xliff: well, one is just a class:
and the other one is for running stuff, you don't need it 00:39
Xliff: here's where it creates files with stuff:
just add more code :)
Xliff Does blin create the ticket? 00:42
AlexDaniel Xliff: no, the ticket is created manually, and that's what we're trying to solve 00:43
Xliff OK, so this is not as simple as you had be believe, you swindler.
AlexDaniel Xliff: you don't need to make it create a github ticket via API, just creating a file with nice content should be enough
Xliff OK, I can't read minds. 00:44
It seems like there is more to this than a simple pointer to an IRC chat would have lead me to believe.
I thought you just wanted me to add "" to ever module that was not of status OK 00:45
And now you are mentioning "files with nice content". o_O
AlexDaniel Xliff: here's what Blin outputs right now: (4 files in that gist)
Xliff Where does that content come from?
AlexDaniel Xliff: when Altai-man creates a ticket on github (like, they probably grep the `overview` file for “Bisected” and then manually add links to modules 00:46
then add a bit of markdown so that it's a todo list
Xliff Then it sounds like Altai-man needs to speak up and add his input. 00:47
Tell you what, create a ticket for this under Blin so that you and sena_kun can nail down what you want, and then I'll write it. 00:48
Let me know the issue number.
AlexDaniel Xliff: just make it generate a useful plaintext file that can be copy-pasted as a github ticket
Xliff "generate a useful plaintext file" of what? 00:49
AlexDaniel you'll need to be able to run blin to test it
PERL6LIB=lib bin/blin.p6 --old=2018.06 --new=2018.09 Foo::Regressed Foo::Regressed::Very Foo::Dependencies::B-on-A
Xliff Is that a workable line?
AlexDaniel yes
Xliff One sec.
AlexDaniel installation instructions here: 00:50
Xliff OK. FWIW.. I do this, and you become a p6-GTK tester flunky for 3 weekends! :D 00:51
AlexDaniel what's GTK
Xliff :P
Don't play ignerant now BotBoy... =) 00:52
AlexDaniel haha
Xliff Odd...
`zef install HTTP::Status` is returning errors.
AlexDaniel hmmm 00:53
that's not my fault
Xliff Yeah, but that's a Blin dependency. Ooops! It won't work now. I flee!
Xliff fleas
AlexDaniel Xliff: what's the error? 00:54
Xliff [HTTP::Status] Could not find HTTP::Status in: 00:55
So it's not running tests on the installed version of HTTP::Status
Or not installing HTTP::Status.
I can `raku -Ilib t/01-basic.t` and it's fine
Geth ¦ Blin: AlexDaniel assigned to Xliff Issue Blin should automatically create useful content for github tickets 00:56
AlexDaniel Xliff: just force it?
--/test or --force 00:57
Xliff Yes, I can. Would rather fix the problem.
Especially since Blin depends on it.
AlexDaniel there's a ticket
Xliff Yeah. PR submitted. 01:04
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Xliff Pastebin::Gist also b0rked. 01:22
AlexDaniel that's maybe ok 01:37
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upupbb-user2 be ask.. is that possible for change package separator :: to other character ? ( pc normal user ) 04:27
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nine Xliff: I don't see why that would have changed. The locking needs are dictated by the architecture, not the implementation. That doesn't have changed 07:38
tellable6 nine, I'll pass your message to Xliff
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Geth rakudo: 13559242fb | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/Rakudo/SEQUENCE.pm6
Streamlining Rakudo::SEQUENCE.iterator (8/8)

Add some more binding that were missed before.
This is the last of my attempts to make SEQUENCE (aka ... handling) faster. The original code predates Rakudo Iterator technology and is in bad need of a complete redesign: SEQUENCE should produce an ... (9 more lines)
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travis-ci Rakudo build passed. Elizabeth Mattijsen 'Streamlining Rakudo::SEQUENCE.iterator (8/8) 12:36
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lizmat that means Travis is ok again, Rakudo was already for a few days 12:37
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Kaiepi jnthn, did you see my ping on friday? 13:29
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lizmat notable6: weekly 14:18
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Geth rakudo: DieOfCode++ created pull request #3565:
Update config.yml
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Geth rakudo: 42c4c3fcb2 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | src/core.c/IO/CatHandle.pm6
Let IO::CatHandle.slurp pass on :bin

Fixes R#3566
linkable6 R#3566 [open]: Unexpected, slurp(:bin) returns type Str
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[Coke] lizmat++ that was quick 19:19
lizmat it was a simple enough fix... :-) 19:20
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Geth rakudo: efab398e29 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ | 2 files
Fix IO::Handle.slurp not closing handle cases

Spotted while fixing R#3566. Note that IO::Path.slurp does *not* need a :close, as that is implicit in IO::Path.slurp.
linkable6 R#3566 [open]: [tests needed] Unexpected, slurp(:bin) returns type Str
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MasterDuke jnthn, timotimo: any more suggestions for debugging of that loop() code? last i remember was finding out from the spesh log that it collected statistics 1700 times for the method (that contains the loop()) that was called only once 20:49
[Coke] lizmat++ didn't realize the scope of what bartolin was working on!
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sena_kun (goes afk and lacks time, but) do we have a ticket for appveynor failures? If yes, it must be a blocker. If not, can anyone please open it? 22:45
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