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cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! LibXML (0.1.10) by 03WARRINGD 02:28
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guifa is guessing the answer is no but … 03:31
is it possible to detect if a variable is bound to another, if the original is not in scope (so WHICH can’t be compared)
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SmokeMachine .tell pmurias just curious… any news about the promise support? 09:08
tellable6 SmokeMachine, I'll pass your message to pmurias
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SmokeMachine hi pmurias! 09:49
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pmurias SmokeMachine: hi 10:20
tellable6 2019-11-20T09:08:02Z #raku <SmokeMachine> pmurias just curious… any news about the promise support?
pmurias SmokeMachine: re promises, I haven't got back to rakudo.js in a while, I'm writing my CV atm but I think once that's done I'll have some time to look into the promises 10:21
SmokeMachine pmurias: Thanks 10:22
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cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! Math::FFT::Libfftw3 (0.3.2) by 03FRITH 10:51
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Geth perl6.org: 7257ec6e9f | (Daniel Mita)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | source/resources/index.html
Perl 6 -> Raku for exercism.io
scimon So I've managed to write my first Advent thing (as this week work is quiet for various reasons). I now need to go through and fix my spelling. 13:44
I've also updated the p6advent-md2html.p6 script :) hope it helps. 13:45
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tyil scimon: `aspell -c` :D 14:01
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guifa Ah crap, I submitted an issue to rakudo rather than problem solving 14:06
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AlexDaniel hm, what if Cro::HTTP::Client just hangs when I try to do a request? 14:23
code: my $client = Cro::HTTP::Client.new(base-uri => "www.google.com"); say await $client.get('/first'); 14:24
ZzZombo Question: how does the compiler distinguish `$<foo>` as either accessing a named capture using `$/` shorthand or an anonymous state variable using just `$`? 14:27
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, cro is from master? Oh, stop, we had a release not so long ago... disable http/2, I am afraid. :(
AlexDaniel Altai-man_: :|
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, an issue with CRO_TRACE=1 will be welcomed, though 14:28
AlexDaniel Altai-man_: how do I disable http/2?
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, :http<1.1> as an argument to `get`
AlexDaniel o that seems to work 14:30
Altai-man_: does this make sense? github.com/croservices/cro/issues/110 14:31
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, what about running with CRO_TRACE=1 logs? 14:32
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Altai-man_ I can reproduce the hang, but logs are not very helpful, any luck they are clearer for you? 14:34
AlexDaniel it just stops after Cro::TLS::Connector EMIT TCP Message 14:35
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, the same for me. :( ok, thanks, sorry for the inconvenience.
AlexDaniel yeah, a bummer :( 14:36
I can slap :http<1.1> on the client itself though, so it's a one line fix
but that's… a bit weird when you're trying to fake a user agent :D 14:37
like the existing browser one
I wonder if there are any browsers that don't do http/2
Altreus I expect TempleOS could do with a patch 14:38
AlexDaniel :D
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moritz MS-DOS 15:22
AlexDaniel Altai-man_: is there any shorthand for getting the body? 15:28
Altai-man_: I'm a bit tired of writing `await await($client.post(…)).body;`
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, await $resp.body? no, no shortcuts I am aware of
AlexDaniel Altai-man_: maybe there needs to be something… `$client.post-body` that returns the body right away, but that looks kinda ugly 15:30
I guess I can write my own function for that but I really wish there was something for it already 15:31
Altai-man_ AlexDaniel, it does, and I think that the question here is that body can be streamed, like with files, for example
so a shortcut for your particular case seems appropriate to me
AlexDaniel Altai-man_: sure but in most cases I just want to get the json back
sub body { await await($_).body } 15:33
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Altreus AlexDaniel: don't forget there's .result 16:03
$client.post.result.body.result 16:04
it's at least a bit tidier
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Altreus It should return a «Promise but ResponseWithBody», which adds .body to the Promise, which just proxies self.result.body.result 16:05
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AlexDaniel I'll just use sub body($_) { await await($_).body } 16:06
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Altreus jnthn: is that a silly idea of mine? ^ To enrole the Promises Cro returns with suitable helper methods? 16:07
I think it's called punning..?
jnthn I'm more inclined to put methods `.get-body`, `.post-body`, ..., `.request-body` onto Cro::HTTP::Client, for when you only want the body. 16:15
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scimon Where are we putting the Gists for the Advent calender? Links in the github.com/perl6/advent/blob/maste...9/schedule file? 16:50
moritz scimon: why not just put it into the advent calendar wordpress? 16:59
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scimon JJ said he recommended a gist draft... 17:03
I'll pick it up tomorrow.
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AlexDaniel from what I remember, wordpress is absolutely horrible when it comes to code snippets and stuff 17:11
so the best process is a markdown gist which you then convert with a script
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tbrowder after doing the advent a few times, and struggling with wordpress, i'm thinking of writing in rakupod and using Pod::To::HTML. wordpress i think also takes raw html. 17:52
tadzik it does, yes 17:54
generating html and copypasting it is the best way to do wordpress :)
tbrowder btw, notice there are two raku advent "sites" as wordpress calls it: the old perl6advent and the new rakuadvent site, both with the Raku in the alias or title. 17:55
AlexDaniel ? two websites? 17:56
tbrowder that'ts what i just saw. internally the old site has raku in the title, but there is also a raku site for which jmerelo sent invitations to join. 17:58
the new site shows no posts 17:59
AlexDaniel what's the link?
tbrowder in my account now i show three sites, those two plus my personal one. 18:00
let me go to my laptop...
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tbrowder site address: wordpress.com/view/rakuadventcalen...dpress.com 18:02
AlexDaniel w… why?… 18:03
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tbrowder i dunno, ask jj 18:09
anyhoo, this page shows info on allowable html: en.support.wordpress.com/code/#html-tags
AlexDaniel jmerelo: why is there a separate raku advent blog? Why not use the existing one? 18:28
tellable6 AlexDaniel, I'll pass your message to jmerelo
guifa jnthn: would you want me to close the github issue on rakudo re timezones and repost on problem solving? 18:38
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tyil .tell jmerelo I've scheduled my advent blog posts 18:56
tellable6 tyil, I'll pass your message to jmerelo
tyil feel free to review for mistakes 18:57
a proofreading would be much appreciated
tbrowder tyil: which WP site did you post on?
tyil wordpress.com/posts/my/scheduled/r...dpress.com 18:58
tbrowder thnx
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tbrowder can anyone say what time is supposed to be entered in the WP scheduling window? the editor shows my local time is 6 hrs < UTC. so i assume i should schedule mine at 1801 the say before so it's published at 0001 UTC, correct? 19:16
s/say/day 19:17
afk& (i hope we sort out desired WP site before too long) 19:18
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maxp69 p6: say 3; 21:35
camelia 3
AlexDaniel m: say 42 21:40
camelia 42
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Xliff m: use MONKEY-SEE-NO-EVAL; my $search = "a"; my $replace = "b"; my $string = q[abxxabsssa]; say EVAL "\$string ~~ s:g/{$search}/{$replace}/"; $string.say; 22:03
camelia (「a」 「a」 「a」)
Xliff Is there any way to do that without the EVAL? 22:04
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moritz m: my $search = "a"; my $replace = "b"; say q[abxxabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global) 22:05
camelia bbxxbbsssb
moritz Xliff: ^^
<{ ... }> is a mini-EVAL in a regex
AlexDaniel what is $search? Do you want it to be a pattern? 22:06
Xliff Yes
m: my $search = "a+"; my $replace = "b"; say q[abxxabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global)
camelia bbxxbbsssb
Xliff m: my $search = "a{2..2}"; my $replace = "b"; say q[abxxabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global) 22:07
camelia abxxabsssa
Xliff m: my $search = "a{2..2}"; my $replace = "b"; say q[abxxaabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global)
camelia abxxaabsssa
AlexDaniel did you mean a**2 ?
Xliff m: my $search = "a**2"; my $replace = "b"; say q[abxxaabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global)
camelia abxxbbsssa
Juerd Xliff: Did you mean a**2 or a**{2..2}?
Xliff AlexDaniel++ Juerd++
m: my $search = "a**2 b"; my $replace = "z"; say q[abxxaabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global) 22:08
camelia abxxzsssa
Xliff m: my $search = "a**2 b (..)"; my $replace = "z"; say q[abxxaabsssa].subst(rx/<{ $search}>/, $replace, :global) 22:09
camelia abxxzsa
Xliff Niiice.
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Xliff will MAIN handle (:@opt-arg) properly? 22:16
m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'bz'; say $b ~~ @a.any 22:42
camelia True
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'kz'; say $b ~~ @a.any
camelia True
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'kz'; $b ~~ @a.any
camelia ( no output )
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'kz'; $b ~~ rx/a/ 22:43
camelia ( no output )
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'kz'; say $b ~~ rx/a/
camelia Nil
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'kz'; say $b ~~ rx/z/
camelia 「z」
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'ks'; say $b ~~ rx/a/
camelia Nil
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'ks'; $b ~~ @a.any
camelia ( no output )
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'ks'; say $b ~~ @a.any
camelia False
Xliff m: my @a = ( rx/a/, rx/z/ ); my $b = 'as'; say $b ~~ @a.any
camelia True
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Xliff What's the best way to get a result out of a Junction? 23:25
my @a = <a b c d>; my @e = <a e d f>; for @e { say $_ eq @a.any } 23:27
evalable6 any(True, False, False, False)
any(False, False, False, False)
any(False, False, False, True)
any(False, False, False, False)
Xliff So I want to get the 3rd boolean out of that...
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AlexDaniel m: my @a = <a b c d>; my @e = <a e d f>; for @e { say $_ Xeq @a } 23:35
camelia (True False False False)
(False False False False)
(False False False True)
(False False False False)
AlexDaniel Xliff: don't use a junction then
Xliff :( 23:58
AlexDaniel: The value is stored in the Junction, why can't I access it. Especially in the case when it's NOT a boolean. 23:59
AlexDaniel #stopjunctionabuse
jnthn The design of junctions is predicated (pun intended :P) on their usage eventually being collapsed down to a single boolean outcome.