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uzl I've created a parameterized class (by following a SO answer 😅�) and I'm trying to use the type from the type capture but getting X::TypeCheck::Assignment. Any idea how do to it if possible? Link: github.com/uzluisf/HCCS335/blob/ma...rakumod#L5 02:56
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jmerelo .tell jnthn commaide.com is returning a 503 now commaide.com/download/community/linux 07:29
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Voldenet m: CATCH { when X::TypeCheck { say .^name ~ " - got: " ~ .got().^name ~ " expected: " ~ .expected().^name }}; class A { my role R[::T] { method id (T $e) { say T.^name; say $e.WHAT; $e }}; method ^parameterize(Mu:U \this, Mu \T) { my $type := this.^mixin: R[T]; $type.^set_name: this.^name ~ <[> ~ T.^name ~ <]>; $type }}; my Int $he = A[Int].new.id(1); say $he 07:38
camelia Int
Voldenet m: CATCH { when X::TypeCheck { say .^name ~ " - got: " ~ .got().^name ~ " expected: " ~ .expected().^name }}; class A { my role R[::T] { method id (T $e –> T) { say T.^name; say $e.WHAT; $e }}; method ^parameterize(Mu:U \this, Mu \T) { my $type := this.^mixin: R[T]; $type.^set_name: this.^name ~ <[> ~ T.^name ~ <]>; $type }}; my Int $he = A[Int].new.id(1); say $he
camelia 5===SORRY!5=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Malformed parameter
at <tmp>:1
------> 3ass A { my role R[::T] { method id (T $e7⏏5 –> T) { say T.^name; say $e.WHAT; $e }}
expecting any of:
Voldenet m: CATCH { when X::TypeCheck { say .^name ~ " - got: " ~ .got().^name ~ " expected: " ~ .expected().^name }}; class A { my role R[::T] { method id (T $e --> T) { say T.^name; say $e.WHAT; $e }}; method ^parameterize(Mu:U \this, Mu \T) { my $type := this.^mixin: R[T]; $type.^set_name: this.^name ~ <[> ~ T.^name ~ <]>; $type }}; my Int $he = A[Int].new.id(1); say $he
camelia Int
X::TypeCheck::Return - got: Int expected: T
Voldenet "expected: T", wut (´_ゝ`) 07:39
however, T.ACCEPTS($e) evals to True 07:41
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Voldenet m: role R[::T] { method id (T $e –> T) { $e }}; my Int $huh = R[Int].new.id(1) 07:49
camelia 5===SORRY!5=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Malformed parameter
at <tmp>:1
------> 3role R[::T] { method id (T $e7⏏5 –> T) { $e }}; my Int $huh = R[Int].new
expecting any of:
Voldenet m: role R[::T] { method id (T $e --> T) { $e }}; my Int $huh = R[Int].new.id(1)
camelia Died with X::TypeCheck::Return
in method id at <tmp> line 1
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
Voldenet …is this a bug? 07:50
apparently github.com/rakudo/rakudo/issues/2595
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cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! Archive::Libarchive::Raw (0.1.0) by 03FRITH 09:21
Geth doc: 5197cd7939 | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Type/Hash.pod6
Fixing text for grammar while doing #2632
linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/type/Hash
doc: 81917dd3de | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Type/Hash.pod6
Adds example for mixed-level classify-list closes #3222

Refs to #2632
linkable6 DOC#2632 [open]: github.com/Raku/doc/issues/2632 [Hacktoberfest][RFE][big][docs][good first issue][help wanted][new][⚠ Top Priority ⚠] Checklist for 6.d
linkable6 DOC#3222 [closed]: github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3222 [RFE][docs] Improve the example for mixed-level classify-list
doc: dd879a14af | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Type/Hash.pod6
Illustrates error of mixed-level classify-list refs to #2632
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jjatria m: 'x'.encode('utf32') # I'm confused 10:22
camelia Unknown string encoding: 'utf32'
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
jjatria But github.com/rakudo/rakudo/blob/586b...ry.pm6#L18
sena_kun m: 'x'.encode('utf-32') 10:24
camelia Unknown string encoding: 'utf32'
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
MasterDuke committable6: all 'x'.encode('utf32') 10:27
committable6 MasterDuke, gist.github.com/1c8c7c747aa287fc8c...15a099ddf7
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MasterDuke so that never worked 10:28
jjatria The plot thickens 10:29
rindolf Hi all! Where can I find the sources of the rakubrew.org/ site? 10:30
xkr47 rindolf, you like the visuals? 10:39
LetMeGithubThatForYou github.com/search?q=rakubrew 10:40
rindolf xkr47: they are ok, but some links are broken
huf that logo looks pretty garbled, maybe try not using webfonts exclusively? 10:41
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rindolf xkr47: thanks! github.com/Raku/rakubrew.org/pull/3 10:51
xkr47 rindolf, thanks to you! :)
rindolf xkr47: you're welcome 10:53
Altreus What's idiomatic for "slice of hash with defined keys"? 10:56
Had to double-check where I was because I don't normally see rindolf and huf in here
sena_kun Altreus, idiomatic what, code? 10:57
m: my %a = a => 1, b => 2, c => 3; %a<a b>.say
camelia (1 2)
xkr47 m: my %a = a => 1, b => 2, c => 3; %a<a d>.say 10:58
camelia (1 (Any))
Altreus uh 10:59
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Altreus I guess those words don't mean the same in raku
I meant the subset of the hash
huf Altreus: i had an opportunity to bash webfonts and i felt i had to take it
Altreus bash doesn't use webfonts 11:00
huf your father smelt of elderberries
WilhelmVonWeiner i'm learning raku and was wondering if there's a better way to sort a comma-separated list of strings over `split(', ').sort.join(', ')`
Altreus That seems like a pretty good way
You could use a variable for the string to avoid repeating yourself 11:01
WilhelmVonWeiner well this is in a pipe
Altreus ceci n'est pas une pipe
WilhelmVonWeiner to use as a oneliner
Altreus o
WilhelmVonWeiner since with shell you pipe it through like four programs
MasterDuke m: my %a = a => 1, b => 2, c => 3; %a<a d>.grep(*.defined).say 11:02
camelia (1)
Altreus MasterDuke: that's the values but not a subset of the hash :) 11:06
oh! You can get a list of pairs 11:07
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Altreus it's %a.grep( *.value.defined ) 11:09
WilhelmVonWeiner "get.split(', ').sort.join(', ').say" 11:10
is anything about that immoral
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Altreus not really no 11:26
you might end up with an extra newline depending on how get handles it
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MasterDuke jjatria: that error is actually coming from moarvm, which looks like it doesn't support utf32 github.com/MoarVM/MoarVM/blob/mast...2781-L2794 11:32
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MasterDuke maybe other backends do, or maybe it should be removed from that list in rakudo 11:32
yeah, jvm backend supports it 11:33
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jjatria MasterDuke: Oh... interesting... 12:00
Thanks for chasing that up! 12:01
Now I need to find a workaround... 🤔
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patrickb xkr47, rindolf: Did you know that the rakubrew website can be viewed in a console without a browser? (... talking about absolutely useless, but fun features ...) 13:14
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xkr47 does it use ncurses? :) 13:21
patrickb xkr47: try curl or wget 13:22
xkr47 heh
rindolf patrickb: what? 13:24
jjatria I think this works as an alternative to `.encode('utf32')` 13:25
[Coke] lynx
jjatria m: Blob.new: |"string!".comb.map: { |.encode('utf16le'), 0, 0 }
camelia ( no output )
jjatria m: say Blob.new: |"string!".comb.map: { |.encode('utf16le'), 0, 0 } 13:26
camelia Blob:0x<73 00 00 00 74 00 00 00 72 00 00 00 69 00 00 00 6E 00 00 00 67 00 00 00 21 00 00 00>
rypervenche Altreus: I may be one of the only ones who got that pipe joke. >< 13:28
.tell jnthn There's a typo on commaide.com, "whitespce"
patrickb Coke, rindolf, xkr47: no lynx or anything, just curl or wget the website.
xkr47 telnet localhost 80 13:29
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: localhost
Connection: close
rypervenche curl rakubrew.org "Found"
discord6 <Highlander> Haha same here--I just get "Found"
xkr47 curl rakubrew.org 13:32
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xkr47 < content-type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 13:32
discord6 <Highlander> Oh wow, mighty impressive
xkr47 but it contains vt102/ansi codes, is it still text/plain? :) 13:33
but I gotta say it looks nice
patrickb xkr47: That's a difficult question. Not sure there exists a content-type for this...
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rypervenche I do like the Markdown look. 13:34
discord6 <Highlander> That's slick
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Altreus rypervenche: jokes are best when they exclude most people! 13:37
rypervenche :D En effet
Altreus I was also using it to refer to the fact the code was pasted out of context! 13:39
tyil rypervenche: use `curl -L`, the http version wants to redirect to the https version 13:43
rypervenche Yeah, I saw that afterward :)
tyil (that in turn will present you an error because TLS is not configured correctly)
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xkr47 rypervenche, but is it markdown though? 13:43
tyil which seems to be a traefik thing, which could imply a kubernetes setup
rypervenche xkr47: No idea. I was waiting for someone to correct me.
xkr47 rypervenche, but will someone correct you though? :) 13:44
rypervenche Oof, heavy Monday.
xkr47 sorry
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rypervenche :P 13:44
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Altreus just another manic monday 13:47
tyil reading all this makes me feel better about having my last couple days of vacation 13:49
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patrickb xkr47: I haven't run it though a validator, but I intended to write vanilla markdown. 14:36
Except for the logo of course 14:37
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rypervenche How might I do what normal " 14:58
How might I do what a normal grep would do in Raku? I've got a text file that I'm .lineing through and only want lines with [ "this" | "that" ] to be output and ultimately go into a variable. 14:59
Altreus next unless? 15:00
sometimes the perl5 way also works!
rypervenche I wasn't sure if there was a more efficient way to do it using a method or if I should just be doing a regex. 15:01
[Coke] .lines.grep(regex) or .lines.contain("this"|"that"). I imagine the former is faster. 15:02
rypervenche .contains would only return a boolean though. I'll give the .grep a shot. I didn't realize you could a regex directly in there. 15:04
Altreus The problem with using grep ... uh, might not apply actually 15:05
I was going to say it loads it into memory but raku has lazy evaluation
[Coke] rypervenche: ah, right: .lines.map(*.contains("this"|"that")) 15:19
rypervenche Ooooh 15:20
[Coke] er. 15:21
that is also wrong!
.lines.grep(*.contains("this"|"that")) ... that one, I think. but I'd guess it's slower than regex.
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[Coke] contains is over 2x as slow 15:24
MasterDuke contains should be faster that regexes in general, but probably the juction is slowing things down 15:25
[Coke] ... with the junction. contains with a single string is much faster.
MasterDuke++ # exactly 15:26
MasterDuke jinx
[Coke] I got there eventually. :)
rypervenche Good to know. 15:27
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Xliff \o 15:37
Anyone here use comma?
lizmat jnthn sena_kun I think :-) 15:38
jnthn I probably use it more days than not :)
Xliff :)
jnthn: Is there a project creation guide? 15:39
jnthn Like commaide.com/docs/creating-project ?
Xliff Hmmm... 15:40
I went through and did a mass delete of backup files and now Comma has hung. 15:41
Oh. LOL! I had it suspended.
jnthn: Will the "Raku paraneters" box accept environment vars? 15:43
Altai-man_ Xliff, there is a separate field for envvars 15:44
Xliff Altai-man_: That's not what I'm asking. 15:45
Will the "Raky parameters" box allow environment vars?
Altai-man_ Xliff, nope. Raku parameters is what is passed after call to `perl6 ... script-name.foo`. 15:46
so e.g. -Ilib will be ok there, but `perl6 FOO=BAR script.p6` isn't going to work, I think
jnthn No, it doesn't go via a shell
rypervenche jnthn: Did you see my comment on the typo on commaide.com? I wasn't sure where to put in an issue. 15:51
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Geth ecosystem: 668818b4e5 | thundergnat++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | META.list
Add Text::Center to the ecosystem

See github.com/thundergnat/Text-Center Simple but useful.
[Coke] thundergnat: looks like you committed .precomp files in the git repo. Intentional? 16:04
jnthn rypervenche: No, missed that; there is an issue tracker on the site, if logged in, or you can email.
thundergnat [Coke] Sigh. no. I'll fix that. thanks. 16:05
rypervenche jnthn: All right, I'll email it then.
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[Coke] thundergnat++ 16:05
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lizmat and yet another Rakudo Weekly News hits the Net: wordpress.com/block-editor/post/ra...y.blog/563 17:55
let's ty that again:
and yet another Rakudo Weekly News hits the Net: rakudoweekly.blog/2020/02/17/2020-...eblessing/
Altreus do we have a raku blog platform yet? :P 17:56
grant proposal?
El_Che short one 17:57
[Coke] There is Rapi::Blog written in p5 that we could use as an app. (if your goal is to have one for content, rather than a platform to "sell") 17:58
That's what's powering news.perlfoundation.org
El_Che (oh, I have a rapi application at work: rapi, short for RADIUS API :) ) 17:59
sena_kun .oO ( have to write Raphi::Blog )
El_Che lol 18:00
Altreus hmm I feel like $! should not be Nil if Nil has that behaviour 18:01
I was just asking because lizmat might have let the word wordpress cross my field of view
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Altreus And I thought, new generation, new tools 18:01
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jmerelo A new Raku module template, with the bare minimum to start a module: github.com/JJ/raku-module-template 18:19
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Altreus a dist 18:20
"module" is overloaded :D
sena_kun .weekly A new Raku dist template, with the bare minimum to start a module: github.com/JJ/raku-module-template
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jmerelo Altreus: so right 18:20
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sena_kun weekly: A new Raku dist template, with the bare minimum to start a module: github.com/JJ/raku-module-template 18:21
notable6 sena_kun, Noted! (weekly)
jmerelo Just renamed to dist-template :-) github.com/JJ/raku-dist-template
Altreus :D
Altreus is a helper
jmerelo Altreus++ 18:22
Altreus thank you
Low-hanging fruit in raku still - it's like exploring a new land
jmerelo Altreus: lots of stuff that are not there
BTW, I just noticed that GitHub merged the .gitignore for perl6 that was submitted like 2 years ago 18:23
Just in time for the change of name
Altreus punctual as ever
jmerelo As a matter of fact, 4 years old github.com/github/gitignore/blob/m....gitignore
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Altreus a valuable 2 lines 18:24
wow, 2016
jmerelo Merged in 2018
And only recently deployed
(or at least it's the first time I've noticed)
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Grinnz in perl land, we *still* get distribution vs module wrong :D 18:27
Geth doc/supply-first: e94d112bc9 | (Stoned Elipot)++ | doc/Type/Supply.pod6
rephrase Supply.first description
Grinnz perldoc.pl/ExtUtils::Installed is a mess for instance 18:29
its operations are almost all on distributions, but it talks about modules
(packlist is a distribution specific file)
metacpan.org/pod/Module::Starter is, of course, a distribution starter ;) 18:30
Kaiepi package is another overloaded term 18:31
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Kaiepi packages are packages, but lots of other types are also packages, just not package packages 18:32
Grinnz "package" vs "module" vs "file", also fun in perl 18:33
don't know how much of that is still around in raku
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Altreus At least perl only has one keyword though: package 18:44
in this realm there's class, module, package at least
Altreus & 18:45
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Geth doc: ffccbfdbfb | (Stoned Elipot)++ | doc/Type/Supply.pod6
Add Supply.first
doc: e94d112bc9 | (Stoned Elipot)++ | doc/Type/Supply.pod6
rephrase Supply.first description
linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/type/Supply
doc: 7b1585e5ba | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Type/Supply.pod6
Merge pull request #3221 from Raku/supply-first

Add Supply.first
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Doc_Holliwood I measure 2/3 of a millisecond speedup per "say" when using the "unprint" module 20:05
. that's more than I expected
lizmat yeah, there's a lot of overhead involved in dynamic variable lookup 20:06
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Geth doc: Kaiepi++ created pull request #3224:
Document how `when` can be used in `for` loops
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census Hi! It's been a few years since I've posted here 21:15
cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! Text::VimColour (0.5.0) by 03KBUCHELI 21:16
New module released to CPAN! unprint (0.0.3) by 03ELIZABETH
New module released to CPAN! Math::Libgsl::Sort (0.0.2) by 03FRITH
New module released to CPAN! Math::Libgsl::Elementary (0.0.2) by 03FRITH
New module released to CPAN! Math::Libgsl::Polynomial (0.0.1) by 03FRITH
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census Does perl6 have the ability to process the text of a .pdf? 21:16
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nine census: there seem to be several PDF reading modules these days: modules.raku.org/search/?q=pdf 21:19
patrickb lizmat++ (weekly) 21:30
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patrickb nine, lizmat: What's the clash of work of nine and me in the weekly referring to? (Just wondering...) 21:31
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rypervenche I'm trying to create an array of hashes in my grammar. I found that when I "say @data" inside of the loop, instead of adding a hash to the array each time, it's adding a hash, but all of the hashes are identical. I'm guessing it has to do with how $_ works. How might I get it to keep the values after each loop through? (I tried adding a variable to the loop with ->, same result) 21:53
Might help to add the link: gist.github.com/rypervenche/0bd38e...577ca86835 21:54
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[Coke] rypervenche: move the my into the loop. 21:57
you've got a single call info, and you're adding it each time around, presumably changing it to the last value of the loop. 21:58
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rypervenche Oh...I thought that might be costly or something since it would be doing it many times. 21:58
[Coke] costly or not, it'll force a separate instance each time through. You could also push a copy of it into the array, but that's probably about the same cost. 21:59
rypervenche Gotcha. Out of curiosity, what would pushing a copy of it look like? 22:00
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[Coke] m: my %a=<hi there fellow kids>; say %a.copy 22:11
camelia No such method 'copy' for invocant of type 'Hash'. Did you mean any of these?

in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
[Coke] m: my %a=<hi there fellow kids>; say %a.clone 22:12
camelia {fellow => kids, hi => there}
[Coke] wrong verb! you could .clone the hash in the push call.
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[Coke] @data.push: %call-info.clone; 22:13
[Coke] wonders how many languages worth of method calls are in his head.
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