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tellable6 2020-10-20T18:56:54Z #raku-dev <tbrowder> vrurg requested changes have been made
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vrurg tbrowder: I saw it merged by lizmat. So, it's probably too late to look into. :) 01:55
tbrowder roger, thnx 01:56
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Geth rakudo: 5a30d6d209 | (Patrick Böker)++ | tools/templates/NQP_REVISION
Bump NQP (and indirectly MoarVM)

This pulls in a function in moar that allows resetting its STD IO handles.
rakudo: 708d0ca61e | (Patrick Böker)++ | 6 files
Don't die when using stdout with `rakuw.exe`

On Windows executables that use the "windows"-subsystem don't have their STD handles connected. Trying to write to them (Yes, that includes `say`.) will cause the process to immediately abort. Fix this by fixing up the STD handles by connecting them to the `NUL:` device. (That's comparable to
  `/dev/null` on POSIX systems.)
Fixes #3961
linkable6 RAKUDO#3961 [closed]: github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/3961 Windows `rakudow.exe` dies when writing to STDOUT/STDERR
Geth rakudo: b30fa3a715 | (Patrick Böker)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | 7 files
Merge pull request #3968 from patrickbkr/subsys-win-no-die-on-stdout

Don't die when using stdout with `rakuw.exe`
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releasable6 Next release in ≈3 days and ≈7 hours. 1 blocker. Please log your changes in the ChangeLog: github.com/rakudo/rakudo/wiki/ChangeLog-Draft 11:00
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tbrowder lizmat: note i've removed File::Copy from cpan, and it should never have been there in the first place (my bad). it's experimental. 13:17
lizmat tbrowder: no worries 13:22
Kaiepi heyooooooo openjdk.java.net/jeps/380 14:40
java 16's getting unix socket support!
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[Tux] Working at $home sometimes has serious impact on timing. When I looked at the "current" process load, teams was highest (I'm not surprised), but several browser tabs required for $work 15:02
also consume serious resources and I cannot close them as they are part of $work :(
I killed teams as timing hit 2.2 :( 15:03
csv-test-xs-20 0.390 - 0.398 15:06
csv-ip5xs 0.832 - 0.843
test-t --race 0.856 - 0.866
test-t 1.955 - 2.022
csv-ip5xs-20 8.336 - 8.417
test 8.044 - 8.514 15:07
test-t-20 --race 9.564 - 9.662
csv-parser 26.241 - 26.586
test-t-20 33.572 - 36.47
[Tux] does like the output format of «raku --version»
codesections [Tux]: agreed. I've sometimes gone as far as to expel chat/work apps from my main computer altogether and instead run them from a laptop (and either use them directly on the laptop or via a remote X connection)
[Tux] I cannot move them apart, as it involves file sharing. Besides that, my laptop is (very) busy with other stuff 15:29
timotimo renice the hell out of 'em :) 16:29
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tbrowder question: would i be allowed to use any of the .circleci, .travis.yml, and azure pipeline test harnesses for my own public modules? 17:37
codesections don't most of those have free tiers for open source projects anyway? 17:38
lizmat that was my impression as well ? 17:41
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tbrowder yes, but i thought you may still have to have an account with them. i'll try adding them first and see if the wheel sqeaks! 18:49
timotimo right, just adding the file doesn't do anything, you'll also need to hook up github and the service in question so one notifies the other 18:54
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tbrowder yep, a little more setup but i'll keep plugging... 19:06
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Kaeipi when i was first getting started with the IP6NS grant, one of the things i did was make ProtocolFamily/SocketType/ProtocolType's values independent of backend values for them, since i couldn't think of a good way to get those on the jvm 23:02
they became an issue again while working on problem-solving #111, since ProtocolType's values are specced and get involved with WKS DNS queries, unlike the others 23:03
i think it's time i get those sorted out...