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cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! Test::Async (0.0.11) by 03VRURG 02:12
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Geth doc/style-subscripts: 03a0a56cfc | (Stoned Elipot)++ | doc/Language/subscripts.pod6
Remove parenthesis

Emphasize advice on how to implement AT-KEY and AT-PO methods by removing parentheses
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doc: stoned++ created pull request #3403:
Remove parenthesis
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Geth doc: 03a0a56cfc | (Stoned Elipot)++ | doc/Language/subscripts.pod6
Remove parenthesis

Emphasize advice on how to implement AT-KEY and AT-PO methods by removing parentheses
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doc: 879347e670 | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Language/subscripts.pod6
Merge pull request #3403 from Raku/style-subscripts

Remove parenthesis
linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/language/subscripts
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rindolf Hi all! bash rakudo-git.bash on github.com/shlomif/rakudo-git-master-install fails with a test failure: «t/05-messages/02-errors.t (Wstat: 256 Tests: 37 Failed: 1) Failed test: 19» 08:03
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poohman hello 08:08
rindolf poohman: hi, sup? 08:09
poohman can I define a grammar inside a class? If yes, if there anything I need to worry about?
other than not being to able to use it outside the class
rindolf poohman: did you try and get an error? 08:11
perlbot: tias
perlbot rindolf: Try It And See: the best way to learn whether something works, or what it does. (Alternatively: Touch Ignition And Sprint)
poohman no 08:12
rindolf: no
ill give it shot
rindolf poohman: ok
poohman: thanks
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rindolf p6: class Foo { grammar Pooh { token num { \d+ } } } 08:14
camelia ( no output )
rindolf p6: class Foo { grammar Pooh { token num { \d+ } } method mymatch($s) { return Pooh.parse($s); } } ; say Foo.new.mymatch('24'); 08:16
camelia 5===SORRY!5=== Error while compiling <tmp>
Strange text after block (missing semicolon or comma?)
at <tmp>:1
------> 3Foo { grammar Pooh { token num { \d+ } }7⏏5 method mymatch($s) { return Pooh.parse(
expecting any of:
rindolf p6: class Foo { grammar Pooh { token num { \d+ } }; method mymatch($s) { return Pooh.parse($s); }; } ; say Foo.new.mymatch('24');
camelia No such method 'TOP' for invocant of type 'Foo::Pooh'
in method mymatch at <tmp> line 1
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
rindolf p6: class Foo { grammar Pooh { token TOP { \d+ } }; method mymatch($s) { return Pooh.parse($s); }; } ; say Foo.new.mymatch('24');
camelia 「24」
rindolf poohman: ^^^
MasterDuke grammars are just classes, so can be lexically scoped and nested 08:23
poohman cool
thanks rindolf, MasterDuke
rindolf poohman: you're welcome 08:24
MasterDuke m: grammar A {}; say A.HOW.^mro
camelia ((GrammarHOW) (ClassHOW) (Any) (Mu))
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gfldex lolibloggedalittle: gfldex.wordpress.com/2020/05/14/au...ting-logs/ 08:57
Also I had to rename my blog for which I blame lizmat. 08:58
lizmat blame taken 08:59
weekly: gfldex.wordpress.com/2020/05/14/au...ting-logs/
notable6 lizmat, Noted! (weekly)
gfldex It took me 10 minutes to shoehorn a "6" into the vim command. :) 09:00
lizmat gfldex: s/convicing/convincing/ 09:01
like the @siblings».Str.sort.skip.head($max-backlog - 1).reverse 09:03
gfldex Without that it was more then 60 lines. So from a productivity standpoint it might not be the best solution. 09:04
MasterDuke gfldex: have you any experience with zstd? i've completely switched away from gzip to it. faster compression, faster decompression, better ratio 09:05
lizmat well, @siblings.map(*.Str) may be faster
gfldex MasterDuke: I use zstd to compress the images of my windows box. But for logfiles .gz is better because of zless. 09:06
MasterDuke ah 09:07
what about @siblings.sort(*.Str)?
gfldex lizmat: I leave the optimisations to the compiler. It will always be better at that job then me. 09:08
MasterDuke gfldex: i wasn't aware of it before, but i just checked and i have a zstdless on my system
lizmat MasterDuke: good point about sort(*.Str) 09:09
gfldex given that you can and should put /var/log into it's own partition you could leave the compression to the filesystem.
MasterDuke yeah, a couple now support zstd natively
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Marcool Hi all, I'm running into an issue trying to get %?RESOURCES to work. I have my META6.json set up ok, a resources/folder/file.txt in the package, zef install . puts them into the site folder ok, but then from the package %?RESOURCES<folder/file.txt>.slurp just returns Nil... 09:24
I've tried poking and prodding it every way I know and no luck 09:25
%?DISTRIBUTION.meta<resources> also shown nothing O_o
s/shown/shows/
is there any kind of catch I should check here? 09:26
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moritz Marcool: are you actually using the installed module? 'cause if you still use the local one with perl6 -Ilib or so, %?RESOURCES won't work 09:28
rindolf moritz: lizmat : hi! do you have any idea about my test failure? 09:30
moritz hasn't even seen it, and thus has no idea 09:34
lizmat neither 09:37
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Marcool moritz: yeah definitely, I'm calling the script with a full path in the vein of /usr/local/Cellar/rakudo-star/2020.01/share/perl6/site/bin/test.p6 09:41
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moritz then I don't know 09:51
rindolf "not ok 19 - sprintf %d directive with one directive and no corresponding argument throws"
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rindolf «Your printf-style directives specify 1 argument, but no argument was supplied. Are you using an interpolated '$'? in block <unit> at t/05-messages/02-errors.t line 135» - this isthe message that sprintf throw 09:54
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lizmat runs a spectest 10:01
rindolf++ # fixed with github.com/rakudo/rakudo/commit/2aac854fc4 10:10
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rindolf lizmat: thanks. :) lizmat++ 10:14
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rindolf lizmat: i'm trying again now 10:15
Marcool ok figured out the %?RESOURCES thing… 10:18
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rindolf lizmat: tests pass now - thanks 10:22
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rindolf p6: sub rsum($x) { return $x + Int(Str($x).reverse()); }; say rsum(13); 10:40
camelia 14
rindolf why?
p6: sub rsum($x) { return Int(Str($x).reverse()); }; say rsum(13);
camelia 1
rindolf p6: sub rsum($x) { return Str($x).reverse(); }; say rsum(13);
camelia (13)
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rindolf p6: sub rsum($x) { return Str($x); }; say rsum(13); 10:41
camelia 13
rindolf p6: sub rsum($x) { return Str($x).chars().reverse(); }; say rsum(13);
camelia (2)
rindolf p6: sub rsum($x) { return Str($x).flip(); }; say rsum(13); 10:42
camelia 31
rindolf docs.raku.org/language/5to6-perlfunc#reverse - ah ha 10:45
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lizmat news.ycombinator.com/item?id=23176529#23176658 Ask HN: Is Perl 6 / Raku worth learning? 11:21
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El_Che again? 11:26
mmm 11:29
I don't have a hn account it seems
or lost it :)
I wanted to mention relocatable rakudo-pkg you can install in your home as answer for the "need to ask the admin to install stuff" 11:30
lizmat but that's what many other languages also have, no ? 11:33
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mahafyi moritz : Thanks for the book 'Parsing with Perl 6 Regexes and Grammars', really good. Though I finished only 3 chapters so far heh. 12:03
moritz mahafyi: I'm glade you like it. Personally, I'm more proud of some of the later chapters :-) 12:04
mahafyi: also, a (very short) review and rating and amazon would help immensely to sell more copies 12:05
mahafyi I purchased in apress...
El_Che lizmat: yes, of course, but it's a good answer about the "the admin needs to install it" argument
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El_Che lizmat: and it's about the compiled runtime, not a virtual env like setup that compiles it in your home 12:06
moritz mahafyi: I think you can still write an amazon review, it just won't be labeled as "verified purchase" 12:07
mahafyi Oh i see, very well, definitely deserves great reviews. 12:08
Geth problem-solving: 375ac6c116 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | 2 files
Change default assignees
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mahafyi moritz : done, i have a descriptive review and 5 starts, i only have an account on amazon.IN ... says it will be processed and may take several days. 12:13
moritz mahafyi: thank you very much! 12:14
mahafyi no, thank you, since i am actually able to read the regex examples of others also, you can be sure the book works, lol.
Many amazon kindle books are readable only on my android phone, which i don't, some are not supported in cloud ready no idea why. 12:17
no linux kindle app...
example is the brian d foy book, i can read it only on my phone and not laptop. 12:18
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moritz that kinda sucks 12:18
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tadzik weird 12:23
probably amazon's DRM at work
abraxxa you can remove that with Calibre and a plugin 12:24
at least the Adobe DRM
not sure if Amazon uses that or something else
we don't but Kindles and their books for this reason
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tadzik has a kindle but doesn't buy anything from amazon for exactly this reason 12:24
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El_Che I have used Calibre with Amazon books 12:25
tadzik it sucks that most books aren't even legally buyable outside of DRM stores :/
El_Che not for the DRM, but for having epub that can be read everywhere 12:26
moritz the apress books are at least available as watermarked PDF
El_Che I used to buy O'reilly pdfs directly from them
moritz DRM free
El_Che DRM free
moritz (if you buy them from the apress website; no idea bout buying through amazon)
tadzik that's nice 12:27
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abraxxa Thalia here has removed DRM some times last year 12:30
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mahafyi Your latest customer review is live on Amazon. We and millions of shoppers on Amazon appreciate the time you took to share your experience with this item. 12:36
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uselessperson Hello 13:07
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uselessperson Anyone here? 13:14
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lizmat apparently too short an attention span :-( 13:15
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lizmat weekly: perlconference.us/tpc-2020-cloud/schedule/ 13:19
notable6 lizmat, Noted! (weekly)
sour isn't it a bit weird that on a perl conference there is a 'learn go' spot? D: 13:22
lizmat yes 13:23
abraxxa my kids learned to go with about two years...
lizmat especially on an online one
sjn wonders what timezone those talks are in 13:24
vrurg sjn: EST 13:25
sjn ah, there's also some timezone info on the front page 13:26
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[Coke] AlexDaniel`: I get a bad DNS response from repo.westus.cloudapp.azure.com 13:37
(255.255.255.255) 13:38
AlexDaniel` [Coke]: yeah, melezhik said that they ran out of credits so it'll be down for now 13:40
[Coke]: I told them to contact rba to find a machine to host it
moritz wonders why azure returns a broadcast address instead of NXDOMAIN 13:41
[Coke] thanks. wasn't sure if it was my dns provider, as I know they block folks sometimes. :|
AlexDaniel` weekly: ↑ actually, rakudist is currently down, so don't mention it if it doesn't go back up
notable6 AlexDaniel`, Noted! (weekly)
[Coke] I use 9.9.9.9 13:42
moritz nah, I also get 255.255.255.255 for the same query 13:43
AlexDaniel` it's a cool concept I think, just write your module name and see if it works on a variety of rakudo releases
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AlexDaniel` you can do the same with travis I guess, but I don't think people make use of that 13:45
I've seen it in some modules, I think, but it's not popular enough :)
I mean, it's a cool concept as long as we want to do better to support older rakudo releases 13:48
which I thought was useful for linux distros and such
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melezhik AlexDaniel` I've made changes you asked , but as I said RakuDist is now shutdown 14:19
rba Alex told me to talk to you about possible resources to host RakuDist ... 14:20
rba melezhik: What are the needed resources? 14:23
AlexDaniel` .tell rba colabti.org/irclogger/irclogger_lo...05-14#l324
tellable6 AlexDaniel`, I'll pass your message to rba
melezhik VM basically, 4-6 CPU cores , 6-8 GB memory -in average 14:24
sorry 4 cores
just because it would run docker with 2-4 docker instances 14:25
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melezhik but for the start we could reduce configuration 14:25
rba melezhik: So, is all docker based?
melezhik yeah technically I need just a VM/server with docker running inside
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AlexDaniel` rba: the same machine that is used for Blin is perhaps a good candidate, it's for the very similar purpose 14:26
rba I have a small setup with DigitalOcean. Need to check if this sponsoring can be expanded.$
Then we have some sponsored credits from Amazon we can have a look. 14:27
melezhik @rb
rba thanks a lot
rba Where is RakuDist running atm?
melezhik but like I said, I am flexible, and we could simplify configuration
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melezhik it runs just yesterday on my azure subscription but I've run out of credits now :-( 14:28
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AlexDaniel` rba++ 14:29
rba melezhik: Please send me your email adress as pm. I will invite you to AWS. 14:34
melezhik: Please, PLEASE, be careful, as I had to add my personal credit card, which will be credited after the 600$ is used. 14:35
melezhik: Put only SMALL instances first.
melezhik: So we're able to calculate the costs.
melezhik sure, thanks. as I set things up I'll let you know
rba Invite emails should be sent. 14:36
melezhik rba - ok!
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melezhik2 rba I successfully logged, thanks, I'll try to start small instance and do further setup latter. I promise not to ruin your budget :] 14:46
rba melezhik2: Keep in mind I have two kids and both are hungry too :-) 14:47
melezhik2 yeah, in the same boat 14:48
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Geth doc: 37c378253f | (Tom Browder)++ | doc/Type/independent-routines.pod6
Add more details of sprintf and its format and *@args

Addresses Raku doc GH issue #3394
The '$' symbol has a special meaning in the sprintf format string and must be escaped in a double-quoted format string if intended to be used as a literal character. That fact is very briefly described in an ... (16 more lines)
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linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/type/independent-routines
linkable6 DOC#3394 [open]: github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3394 [docs][easy to resolve][good first issue] Better document use of '$' in sprintf format string
Geth doc: 697d2d3ecc | (Tom Browder)++ | doc/Type/independent-routines.pod6
recommended changes, plus some more tweaks
doc: 9b5c7b6604 | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | doc/Type/independent-routines.pod6
Merge pull request #3402 from tbrowder/sprintf

Add more details of routine sprintf and its format string and *@args
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rba melezhik2: What is the difference of Blin and RakuDist? 15:10
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melezhik2 cc AlexDaniel` 15:10
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rba Might make sence you use the same host as we run Blin? 15:11
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melezhik2 it's hard to say. but blin and rakudist are different . rakudist would run tests for Raku Modules on docker containers. 15:13
AlexDaniel` rba: well, Blin was designed for Rakudo release prep, and it works perfectly for that 15:16
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rba When does it run on RakuDist? What is the trigger? 15:16
AlexDaniel` I guess melezhik2 can tell more about possible uses for RakuDist, but it is far from being a replacement for Blin 15:17
melezhik2 +1 15:18
AlexDaniel` so both projects are kinda similar but completely different :)
melezhik2 here is documentation - github.com/melezhik/RakuDist , but it'd make more sense when I spin up a web UI and you could play with that
rba melezhik2: let me know when you spinned up the UI. Like to have a look. 15:22
AlexDaniel` rba: my understanding is that module authors, users, devs, etc. can trigger builds on specific configurations (different containers, different rakudo versions)
rba: like Travis but not Travis! :)
melezhik2 AlexDaniel` that is correct 15:23
but for the nearest future the "killer" feature is users can run _simultaneously_ in one click tests for their shiny modules on variety of Rakudo versions 15:24
AlexDaniel` in some way it's a bit weird that different people are working on all these somewhat different (but too similar) solutions, maybe it'd be nice to have some coordination 15:25
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AlexDaniel` Zoffix made Toaster, I reimagined it with Blin, nine is doing something with open build service, melezhik is working on RakuDist 15:26
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AlexDaniel` then there's also robertle with shelve6 and chloekek with CRAI. These are different, but maybe they should be integrated somewhat 15:28
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AlexDaniel` I didn't make it any nicer also, Blin and Bisectable are almost exactly the same, but at least they share a lot of code via Whateverable so that makes me feel a bit better about it x) 15:30
chloekek I haven’t been doing any Raku lately. 15:32
tellable6 2020-05-08T11:32:45Z #raku-dev <AlexDaniel> chloekek: colabti.org/irclogger/irclogger_lo...05-08#l111
chloekek But CRAI is still running. :) 15:34
AlexDaniel` chloekek: what are you up to nowadays? 15:39
chloekek Playing with OpenSCAD
Want to make a case for my home theatre (RPi + HDD).
AlexDaniel` oh, it's maintained again 15:40
[Coke] can someone run 'cro stub' for me and make a gist with the created files?
AlexDaniel` nice
rba melezhik2: Let's go ahead and let me know if you're able to use AWS. In case resource (cost) is getting high we move to the Blin box. 15:41
[Coke] (when I run cro, I get an "Abort Trap" - going to use docker going forward, but will be helpful to have a stub app to start with
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AlexDaniel` [Coke]: Usage: cro stub <service-type> <id> <path> [<options>] 15:43
chloekek: fwiw, openscad is fun to play with but I had more joy making actual designs in FreeCAD 15:44
chloekek Also been doing more with Rust and Haskell
AlexDaniel` chloekek: the learning curve was a bit steeper for me compared to openscad, but once you get the basics it's pretty cool 15:45
melezhik2 rba sure, thing 15:46
chloekek And been learning biology
AlexDaniel` oh and IIRC there is a workbench for openscad too, so you can probably use both at the same time 🙂
chloekek AlexDaniel`: Cool! I’ll chcck it ou.
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[Coke] AlexDaniel`: ok. It dies here, so I hadn't gotten to the point where I was invoking it wrong. :) 15:52
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AlexDaniel` chloekek: If you want to try FreeCAD, I do recommend to start with tutorials first, it never clicked for me otherwise. It's different from openscad. You can still use just boolean operations, but you'd be missing out on some cool things 16:00
chloekek: I think these videos were the ones that helped me a lot: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HEvhclR4-...26cn9idJrj 16:01
chloekek Solvespace is also pretty nice.
[Coke] AlexDaniel`: maybe just "cro stub" works. 16:02
AlexDaniel` [Coke]: that was the output when I used `cro stub` 16:03
[Coke] I had been trying 'cro stub app app' 16:04
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Geth doc: 76930c92ab | Coke++ | doc/Type/independent-routines.pod6
fix typo
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linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/type/independent-routines
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AlexDaniel` [Coke]: that is still not right x) 16:41
ok `cro stub http bar baz` 16:42
rindolf Hi all! Tests here fail, and it is likely not my fault: travis-ci.com/github/Raku/examples.../333776351 16:43
AlexDaniel` [Coke]: gist.github.com/AlexDaniel/0eb7e8c...a5d376f941
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[Coke] AlexDaniel`++ 16:51
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[Coke] Thank you! 16:53
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colomon_ What’s Ralu’s current state-of-the-art in a debugger? I’m going nuts trying to sort out my current (non-Grammar) bug… 17:34
should I be using Comma for it? 17:35
moritz yes 17:42
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[Coke] Comma++ 17:51
colomon_ now instead of trying to figure out my impossible bug, I’m trying to figure out Comma. 17:55
[Coke] :)
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colomon_ “Raku SDK is not set for the project” 17:58
okay, have that sorted 18:02
now it’s complaining it cannot find the lib files I’m trying to debug.
Does -Ilib still work?
moritz yes 18:04
colomon_ moritz++ 18:09
How do I set a breakpoint?
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moritz not much of an IDE user myself, but usually you can right-click a bar next to the code 18:17
colomon_: maybe www.jetbrains.com/help/rider/Using...ints.html# might help? 18:18
iirc Comma is built on the jetbrains IDE stuff, so I hope their documentation applies 18:19
colomon_ oh 18:21
I guess I can’t set a breakpoint in a library?
the things I’ve been trying for the last ten minutes work great in the main script
[Coke] ... this shouldn't matter, but does adding a "no precompilation;" in your module make the problem go away?\ 18:22
colomon_ where in module?
[Coke] first line 18:23
(precomp is one of the big differences between a script and a module, so just wanted to rule it out) 18:24
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colomon_ first line after use v6? comma complains otherwise 18:25
doesn’t seem to work 18:26
oh, wait
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colomon_ okay, have breakpoint working in main script 18:28
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colomon_ as far as I can tell, calling into lib function breaks the debugger almost entirely? 18:33
like with the call stack here, it’s showing me functions in ToLilypond.pm, but listing them as being in bin/abc2ly, and doesn’t bring up the right file when you click on it. 18:35
[Coke] tries to figure out how to change the font in Comma.
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colomon_ [Coke]: Preferences > Editor > Font 18:44
[Coke] colomon_: where is preferenes? 18:45
colomon_ On Mac, under Comma menu 18:46
but that’s a standard location
[Coke] nope
Under Comma on mac, I see About Comma, Services, Hide Comma, Hide Others, Show All, Quit Comma 18:47
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colomon_ Bizarre. Did OS X change it in the latest release? 18:48
try command-, ? THat’s the keyboard shortcut on my copy
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[Coke] doesn't seem to do anything. weird. 18:50
thanks for trying. :) 18:51
colomon_ bad sign when the IDE is so frustrating I decide to pay my taxes instead
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[Coke] ^_^ 18:53
colomon_ to be fair, I’ve never found a GUI debugger on OS X that didn’t frustrate me to the point I gave up using it.
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cpan-raku New module released to CPAN! Test::Async (0.0.12) by 03VRURG 18:55
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[Coke] was able to find "preferences for new projects" which doesn't include fonts. can import/export settings, use a settings server... don't see preferences anywhere. weird. 19:08
I'm assuming i"m just not familiar enough with intellij.
poohman hi 19:09
m:grammar A { regex TOP {}; regex text {\v 19:10
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Nu…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/3a10fe9cf64d1b3d57...01df71b5a7
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V-<separators}; regex text {<allowed>*}; 19:12
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/d0d93f224910670c09...e669e049f9
poohman Hello everybody 19:13
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poohman how can I negate the separators in the above example?? 19:13
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poohman I know I can put the negative sign inside <> for character classes 19:14
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poohman but for regexes, I remember something with! 19:14
but cant make it work
m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V!<separators}; regex text {<allowed>*};
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/221035bfe48dafb25e...b05982b0ac
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poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V-<separators>}; regex text {<allowed>*}; 19:15
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/471e29699d76dca9b5...6655f2a4e1
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V<separators>}; regex text {<allowed>*};
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04=== Error while compiling /tmp/Q4O7VDVX7h
Missing block
at /tmp/Q4O7VDVX7h:1
------> 03V<separators>}; regex text {<allowed>*};08⏏04<EOL>
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V!<separators>}; regex text {<allowed>*};
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/12c2ac991977fa5517...d8240b91b5
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poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>*}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V!<separators>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*}; 19:17
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/1a4ee05a64825b3101...b685fb3878 19:18
poohman I need the negation so the \V* doesnt become too greedy
m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>*}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V <-{\h||\,}>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*}; 19:20
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Un…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/5f18d067ed7e822fe4...3db3538ff4
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>*}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V <-[\h||\,]>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*}; 19:22
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04===
Mi…
poohman, Full output: gist.github.com/3adee0ae44fb6c989b...6b1488580b
Manifest0 [Coke]: Still looking for the fonts in comma? Go to "File -> Settings -> Editor -> Font" 19:23
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>*}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V <-[\h \,]>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*};
evalable6 (exit code 1) 04===SORRY!04=== Error while compiling /tmp/DrGMKZ7ylb
Missing block
at /tmp/DrGMKZ7ylb:1
------> 03>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*};08⏏04<EOL>
poohman m:grammar A { regex TOP {<text>*}; regex separators {\h||\,}; regex allowed {\V <-[\h \,]>}; regex text {<allowed>*<separator>*};}
evalable6
lizmat [Coke] : if I stub with no/yes/no/no, localhost:20000 works 19:25
MasterDuke m: my regex a { \d+ }; say "abc" ~~ /<a>/; say "abc" ~~ /<!a>/; say "123" ~~ /<a>/; say "123" ~~ /<!a>/ 19:27
camelia Nil
「」
「123」
a => 「123」
「」
lizmat [Coke]: if I stub with yes/yes/no/no , http:// doesn't work (server dropped connection) 19:28
https:// provides an unsecured connection
poohman Ah - ! inside 19:31
thanks MasterDuke
MasterDuke don't know if it does exactly what you want, but it does something 19:32
[Coke] Manifest0: there is no "settings" under "File" 19:36
Manifest0: there are "Other settings" , import... export... ...repository 19:41
MasterDuke and no ability so search in the settings? 19:42
heh. "appearance" is actually the section that it starts in when i open settings, and font is the first option 19:44
(in linux) 19:45
[Coke] there is an "appearance" top level menu under view, but that's not it. 19:47
Manifest0 [Coke]: You don't see this? imgur.com/a/wBehXzY
[Coke] there is an appearance section in "preferences for new projects", but font is not listed there. 19:48
Manifest0: I'm on a mac, but no - I have the *other* setting menu items I mentioned, but not just "settings"
colomon, also on a mac, *did* have it. 19:49
I have Comma Version 2020.04 (CP-193.SNAPSHOT)
Manifest0 I'm on linux but i also have that version (2020.04). Maybe you can delete the folder ~/.CommaCT2020.04 (backup it first). And check if that helps. Otherwise i have no clue 19:53
lizmat is glad her working machine is not upgraded to Catalina yet 19:54
[Coke] that folder doesn't exist, Manifest0
Manifest0 unfortunately comma on Mac seems to be very different from the linux one. Unfortunately i cannot help you more :-( 19:56
[Coke] opened a ticket. 19:57
Thanks, everyone.
El_Che Manifest0: I use Intellij mostly on Linux, and sometimes on the mac, and I see no difference whatsoever besides the shotcuts (can be changed though) 19:59
It's probably the only desktop java app that does the "run anywhere" acceptably :) 20:01
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poohman Hi MasterDuke - I just came to know that I was trying to invent the wheel by writing a grammar for the split method 20:11
just for curiosity - where is the source code for the split function?
I was having trouble at the beginning and end of the string - so would like to have a look 20:12
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MasterDuke poohman: you could start here github.com/rakudo/rakudo/blob/mast...2116-L2533 20:23
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poohman thnks 20:26
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tigerpaws Hi, everyone. I was wondering how I could be of some use to the raku community. I've taken a lot of data science courses lately, and wondered if there is any interest in implementing a raku api to tensorflow, for example? Or maybe something else. 21:04
lizmat tigerpaws: an interface to tensorflow would be brilliant :-) 21:05
++tigerpaws
tigerpaws From what I can see, and please correct me if I'm wrong, we don't have any interfaces to data science/ML stuff, or and DevOps stuff either, for that matter. 21:06
lizmat what projects are you thinking about ?
tigerpaws I'm not really sure what's already there, but I was thinking about getting something like the numpy/pandas/seaborn stuff, maybe, even if it's an interface into the python library, or some devops stuff, like kubernetes api, docker/podman api, stuff like that. 21:08
lizmat well, there's Inline::Python, maybe that could be helpful 21:09