🦋 Welcome to Raku! raku.org/ | evalbot usage: 'p6: say 3;' or /msg camelia p6: ... | irclog: colabti.org/irclogger/irclogger_log/raku
Set by ChanServ on 14 October 2019.
00:10 rbt left 00:11 rbt joined 00:16 OpenZen left 00:22 leont left 00:29 squashable6 left 00:31 squashable6 joined 00:43 mst left 00:44 mst joined
Geth whateverable: 25ffa5953d | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | xt/bisectable.t
Bump bisectable test timeouts

Just to make them more reliable in weird conditions.
00:47
whateverable: 187d36aef3 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | 2 files
Make Bisectable even more awesome

Previously it was assumed that the user knows that there was in fact a change in behavior before triggering the bot. It made sense because there was a separate bot (Committable) that allowed to get that information. However, this expectation doesn't match reality and how actual users are using the bot. ... (17 more lines)
00:48 cpan-raku left 00:50 cpan-raku joined, cpan-raku left, cpan-raku joined
Geth whateverable: f528c0dda4 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | META6.json
Bump version
00:54
00:55 sena_kun joined 00:56 bisectable6 left, bisectable6 joined 00:57 Altai-man_ left 01:02 unicodable6 left, bloatable6 left, quotable6 left, squashable6 left, committable6 left, sourceable6 left, bisectable6 left, reportable6 left, shareable6 left, benchable6 left, releasable6 left, coverable6 left, nativecallable6 left, linkable6 left, greppable6 left, statisfiable6 left, notable6 left, tellable6 left, evalable6 left 01:03 greppable6 joined, releasable6 joined, notable6 joined, coverable6 joined, committable6 joined 01:04 linkable6 joined, squashable6 joined, quotable6 joined, unicodable6 joined, reportable6 joined, bloatable6 joined, nativecallable6 joined, tellable6 joined 01:05 evalable6 joined, bisectable6 joined, shareable6 joined, statisfiable6 joined 01:06 sourceable6 joined 01:25 molaf left 01:27 pilne left 01:30 Benett left 01:33 Benett joined 01:37 molaf joined 01:50 oddp left 02:21 aborazmeh left 02:26 Cabanossi left 02:29 Cabanossi joined 02:54 Altai-man_ joined 02:57 sena_kun left 02:59 Cabanossi left 03:01 bdju left, bdju joined 03:02 Cabanossi joined 03:14 Cabanossi left 03:22 Cabanoss- joined 04:04 brtastic joined 04:44 brtastic left 04:48 MasterDuke left 04:55 sena_kun joined 04:56 Altai-man_ left 05:13 stoned75 joined 05:22 zacts joined 05:24 skids left 05:25 brtastic joined 05:31 wamba joined 05:34 zacts left 05:48 andrzejku joined 05:53 brtastic left 06:00 stoned75 left 06:06 stoned75 joined 06:14 brtastic joined 06:31 stoned75 left 06:33 stoned75 joined 06:53 sjm_uk left 06:54 Altai-man_ joined 06:57 sena_kun left 07:04 zacts joined 07:12 abraxxa joined 07:16 kensanata joined 07:24 abraxxa left 07:27 abraxxa joined 07:32 abraxxa left 07:33 abraxxa joined 07:44 dakkar joined 07:46 JJMerelo joined
JJMerelo sourceable6: infix:<∘> 07:46
sourceable6 JJMerelo, github.com/rakudo/rakudo/blob/f11d...s.pm6#L464
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say composed 2; say "{composed.arity} {composed.count} {composed.of}" 07:51
camelia g
Too few positionals passed; expected 1 argument but got 0
in sub g at <tmp> line 1
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1

f
2
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say composed 2; say "{&composed.arity} {&composed.count} {&composed.of}"
camelia g
Use of uninitialized value of type Mu in string context.
Methods .^name, .raku, .gist, or .say can be used to stringify it to something meaningful.
f
2
1 1
in block <unit> at <tmp> line 1
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say composed 2; 07:52
camelia g
f
2
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say &composed.arity; 07:53
camelia 1
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say &composed.count;
camelia 1
JJMerelo m: sub f($p){ say 'f'; $p / 2 }; sub g($p){ say 'g'; $p * 2 }; my &composed = &f ∘ &g; say &composed.of;
camelia (Mu)
07:54 cpan-raku left 07:56 cpan-raku joined, cpan-raku left, cpan-raku joined 08:02 JJMerelo left 08:05 rindolf joined 08:24 JJMerelo joined
Geth doc: fc814838b4 | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Language/operators.pod6
Adds index, closes #3479
08:24
doc: c021f16939 | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Language/operators.pod6
Describes composition operator, refs #2632
doc: 189e4a5669 | (JJ Merelo)++ | doc/Language/operators.pod6
Split to avoid redeclaration
linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/language/operators
linkable6 DOC#3479 [closed]: github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3479 [docs] Function composition is not indexed in its ASCII form
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
08:28 pecastro joined 08:34 leont joined 08:43 ShimmerFairy left 08:44 ShimmerFairy joined 08:46 Sgeo left
Geth problem-solving: b0601e0a8a | (JJ Merelo)++ | solutions/ecosystem-versioning.md
Solution for issue #72
08:51
problem-solving: a13560b211 | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | solutions/ecosystem-versioning.md
Merge pull request #202 from JJ/master

Solution for issue #72: spin off module publishing tutorial in the documentation. No one has spoken against, or actually seem to care, so I guess I could as well merge it.
08:55 sena_kun joined 08:57 Altai-man_ left 09:03 oodani left 09:04 oodani joined 09:08 JJMerelo left 09:09 oddp joined 09:13 lichtkind_ joined, rbt left 09:14 rbt joined 09:15 lichtkind left 09:23 Black_Ribbon left 09:29 JJMerelo joined
JJMerelo If no one objects, I'm going to start and adopt late Jeff Goff's distribution, including them in the community distros organization. 09:35
I'll start with Grammar::Common, of some other if you think it's more urgent.
rindolf JJMerelo: sounds good - thanks 09:38
09:40 brtastic left
lizmat JJMerelo++ 09:43
lizmat clickbaits rakudoweekly.blog/2020/06/15/2020-...proaching/
09:50 aborazmeh joined, aborazmeh left, aborazmeh joined 09:53 brtastic joined 10:32 aborazmeh left 10:35 roguelazer left 10:36 brtastic left, roguelazer joined 10:47 brtastic joined
JJMerelo raku-dev 10:51
10:54 Altai-man_ joined 10:57 sena_kun left 11:04 xinming_ left, brtastic left 11:05 xinming_ joined, brtastic joined
Geth problem-solving/revert-202-master: c6710b85f1 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | solutions/ecosystem-versioning.md
Revert "Solution for issue #72: spin off module publishing tutorial in the documentation."
11:18
problem-solving: AlexDaniel++ created pull request #205:
Revert "Solution for issue #72: spin off module publishing tutorial in the documentation."
problem-solving: c6710b85f1 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | solutions/ecosystem-versioning.md
Revert "Solution for issue #72: spin off module publishing tutorial in the documentation."
problem-solving: f616d5fd48 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | solutions/ecosystem-versioning.md
Merge pull request #205 from Raku/revert-202-master

Revert "Solution for issue #72: spin off module publishing tutorial in the documentation."
11:47 zacts left 11:48 zacts joined 12:24 _dev_zero left 12:25 rindolf left 12:27 andrzejku left 12:30 kensanata left 12:31 andrzejku joined, MasterDuke joined 12:38 pecastro left 12:47 sarna joined 12:52 leah2 left 12:55 sena_kun joined 12:57 Altai-man_ left 13:01 zacts left 13:02 zacts joined 13:04 JJMerelo left 13:05 pecastro joined 13:10 leah2 joined 13:17 rbt left, rbt joined 13:22 dataangel left 13:32 kensanata joined 13:58 skids joined 13:59 sarna left 14:00 soursBot joined, brtastic left, brtastic joined
rbt Does anybody have opinions on DBIish connection pooling? github.com/raku-community-modules/...h/pull/171 14:08
abraxxa whatfor is it good?
rbt Eliminating Connect/disconnect cycles for short queries, such as web hits. The connection gets held in the background by DBIish, gets scrubbed, and is reused. 14:09
Encrypted DB connections take a long time to stand-up. 14:10
short sessions (in place of short queries)
[Coke] I don't have any timings or anything, but re-using open connections ++
14:14 OpenZen joined 14:15 PotatoGim left
abraxxa can no SQL RDBMS execute multiple queries over a single connection? 14:16
14:16 agentzh left, agentzh joined, agentzh left, agentzh joined, ShimmerFairy left, cooper left, ShimmerFairy joined
rbt I don't know if none can; but Pg and MySQL do not allow interleaving on a single connection. 14:17
Otherwise multithreading would have been much easier to make safe :)
14:18 poga left, cooper joined, PotatoGim joined, poga joined
abraxxa I've never had the problem of a database connection getting teared down 14:24
long running apps like web apps just open the connection on startup (not first request) and keep it open 14:25
14:27 melezhik joined 14:30 zacts left 14:34 orinthe left
lizmat abraxxa: that may have repercussions on the db server end, having many, many connections open is also a burden 14:35
14:35 orinthe joined
lizmat rbt: ideally, a connection pool would be a role :-) 14:35
rbt I hadn't considered that. 14:38
I'm also not certain how that would work. 14:44
14:46 gunnar joined
gunnar raku: $*COLLATION 14:46
evalable6
gunnar say $*COLLATION 14:47
evalable6 collation-level => 85, Country => International, Language => None, primary => 1, secondary => 1, tertiary => 1, quaternary => 1
gunnar <a e å ä ö o è>.sort 14:48
<a e å ä ö o è>.sort.say
evalable6 (a e o ä å è ö)
rbt lizmat: Right now they do DBIish.connect('Drv', %con-parms) to get a connection. What would a pool as a role look like? Or do you mean DBIish does DBIish::Pool? 14:50
14:50 _dev_zero joined
lizmat a role that would override "connect", and return a db from a pool matching the parameters, and run the original connect if none found 14:54
14:54 Altai-man_ joined
rbt lizmat: I see. That gets tricky as some connection parameters might be in environment variables like PGHOST or separate configuration files like PGSERVICE which could change between calls to connect(). 14:56
lizmat: They'd rarely change though. Perhaps documentation is sufficient for that issue.
lizmat perhaps some parameterization with ENV keys that should be part of the cache identifier ? 14:57
14:57 sena_kun left
lizmat DBIish but Pool[PGSERVICE,PGHOST] 14:57
14:58 rindolf joined
lizmat and perhaps wrap that in client roles: role PGPool does Pool[PGSERVICE,PGHOST] 14:59
14:59 soursBot left
rbt lizmat: connect would also need a flag to indicate it is a pooled connection like DBIish.connect('Pg', %parms, :pool). Don't want unused connections to hang around unexpectedly after they're disposed(). 15:02
Thanks for the help. 15:03
lizmat yeah, that is exactly why additional named parameters in methods are ignored by default :-)
15:03 JJMerelo joined 15:08 soursBot joined
melezhik .tell JJMerelo my thoughts on github.com/Raku/ecosystem/issues/505 depending what use case we want to implement it'l take different approach and method 15:23
tellable6 melezhik, I'll pass your message to JJMerelo
JJMerelo melezhik got it, thanks! 15:24
melezhik if we only want to install ext dependencies during `zef install` the solution needs to be as lightweight as possible or we end up yet another CM tool
which is probably we all want to ... 15:25
in opposite to smoke tests / CI task we are free no to limit ourselves by user requirements because in that case we are not aiming to satisfy end user 15:26
rather then testing _some_ modules
I mean for me it boils down to 2 approaches - "industry level" solution/CM tool VS lightweight zef based solution 15:27
in very rough estmation
estimation
JJMerelo It would be nice to have something in between... 15:33
melezhik well, my principal view it does not worth it, we either do full CI ( which is closer to my view - RakuDist/Sparrow ) or we trying to only solve end user task 15:34
this is why I'd like to hear user stories, description of how we see it from practical point of view, so far the discussion touches some bits, but still quite vague in terms of what do we really WANT 15:35
15:41 __jrjsmrtn__ left
abraxxa lizmat: sorry, meetings all day long. I'm usually running 3-5 processes, so this is the amount of database connections 15:41
15:42 rir joined, brtastic left
lizmat abraxxa: no pb, I was just remembering at former work where if all web processes would just keep their db handle, they would crash the db servers 15:42
abraxxa rbt: a pool holds multiple connections, when I call connect and that's documented to return a connection I'd prefer to keep it that way. A pool should be implemented separately, maybe even another dist 15:43
lizmat situation there was that each request potentially needed about 10 db handles
but many requests of those, only needed upto three
abraxxa because of parallelization?
lizmat no, because it was so large that a. no single db server was able to keep the db's 15:44
and b. many replicants were needed
15:45 __jrjsmrtn__ joined
abraxxa sounds like wrong product chosen 15:46
lizmat what can I say: if you're growing 200% for 8 years in a row, you don't have a lot of opportunity to re-design your architecture 15:47
abraxxa rbt: I wouldn't call the pools constructor 'connect'
rbt abraxxa: This is what I have at the moment 15:49
my $pool = DBIish.pool('Pg', max-connections => 10, |%conn);
my $dbh = $pool.connect()
It works perfectly well as a separate module from DBIish if that's desired.
abraxxa rbt: haven't finished reading the whole PR and was a bit confused by the naming in the README 15:50
rbt It's not quite transparent that way though where Lizmat's role design probably would be.
abraxxa I'd prefer not to add DBIish::Pool usage in DBIish 15:51
method pool doesn't add anything over ::Pool.new
the exception refactor is nice though 15:52
rbt The main reason I leaned into DBIish is connection reset is database specific. For example in Pg you send DISCARD ALL, in MySQL you send the username/password again. Keeping that knowledge in the driver would be helpful and allows 3rd party drivers to use pooling without needing to modify DBIish::Pool. 15:54
abraxxa see my PR comment 15:56
rbt abraxxa: Thanks. What is an "interface role" in raku? Are there any examples of that? 15:57
abraxxa I only know the term from Java where it just defines the methods a class has to implement 15:58
in Moose::Role terms that would be a requires definition
I'm pretty sure Raku can do better and even define the input and output types 15:59
but I don't think that's necessary
when a pool hands out one of its underlying connections via one method you can then access all the methods the connection object (dbh) has
so if the connection api changes, pool doesn't care
rbt Okay, thanks. 16:02
16:02 vike1 left
abraxxa what's about get-connection as a method name for the pool? 16:08
16:08 soursBot left 16:09 soursBot joined
abraxxa also depends if you want to manually execute specific queries on specific connections or just pass a statement to the pool and not care which one it uses 16:09
oddp Apart from exit, is there another way to terminate hyper/race iteration? 16:10
jnthn oddp: What is doing the terminating? 16:11
rbt abraxxa: Sounds good. 16:12
oddp Basically iterating as such (1..*).race(batch => 1000).map: { ... } and want to terminate after the first match. 16:13
jnthn Hm, does `last` not work?
oddp Phasers aren't supported, it seems.
jnthn But you can also tack .first or .head on the end after the `map`
oddp Ah, no, last isn't exiting. 16:14
jnthn It won't terminate the batches that are currently in progress
But it will not schedule any more
Which is usually good enough
Effectively, the thread that consumes the results is also the one that produces batches, sends them to workers, and waits for them to come back 16:16
So the .first will terminate the iteration, and it won't produce any futher batches
16:17 zacts joined
SmokeMachine would something like this work? 16:20
m: say (1..*).race(batch => 1000).map({ $_ %% 2 ?? $_ !! Empty }).head
camelia 2
SmokeMachine jnthn: just said that, sorry... 16:21
16:27 dakkar left
oddp Alright, first in conjunction with Empty did the trick. Thanks to both of you! 16:28
16:30 retropikzel joined
SmokeMachine oddp: first? something like this? 16:34
m: say (1..*).race(batch => 1000).first: * %% 2
camelia 2
16:35 melezhik left 16:39 soursBot left
JJMerelo releasable6: status 16:40
releasable6 JJMerelo, Next release in ≈4 days and ≈2 hours. 1 blocker. 143 out of 290 commits logged (⚠ 4 warnings)
JJMerelo, Details: gist.github.com/f8e38291ddc8ae8809...b70546e938
16:41 andrzejku left 16:42 soursBot joined
oddp SmokeMachine: That works but is slower than race-less iteration. 16:43
16:49 vike joined 16:51 xinming joined 16:52 tyil[m] left 16:54 xinming_ left 16:55 _dev_zero left, sena_kun joined 16:56 Altai-man_ left 17:11 wildtrees[m] left
rypervenche If I want to run an array of strings through a grammar, is the best way to simply run a loop on the array and parse each string separately and then push the result into a new array? 17:13
jnthn Well, probably neater with map, but yes 17:14
17:17 retropikzel left
rypervenche Ahhh, a map. I'll see if I can get that to work. Thanks. I was trying to figure out an efficient way to do this. I always forget about maps. 17:19
17:20 rbt left, rbt joined
rypervenche Hmmm, how would I turn this into a map? Obviously the @files doesn't work there, but I'm not sure how to order everything since it's inside the parse method: gist.github.com/rypervenche/36b55f...ac8b8dd756 17:26
17:38 genevino joined 17:43 kensanata left, soursBot left 17:45 molaf left 17:46 soursBot joined
jnthn rypervenche: my @var = @files.map: { BackupDate.parse($_, :$actions).made }; 17:48
rypervenche Ooooooh. Thanks so much.
jnthn If you do it this way, then you don't need to keep all the parse trees in memory, just the final result strings.
(I'm referring to calling the .made in this map also)
rypervenche Ahh, I did that because in case the parse failed, I wanted to know about it. Although perhaps a type constraint would fix that. 17:49
17:50 maggotbrain joined 17:51 brtastic joined 18:01 leont left
jnthn Ah, true :) 18:04
18:04 Sgeo joined
rypervenche Yeah, looks like the type constraint didn't do it. I'll have to keep it as separate lines. Unless there's some way to do it that I don't know about. 18:08
18:08 leont joined 18:22 sauvin left 18:33 JJMerelo left 18:54 Altai-man_ joined 18:57 sena_kun left 19:03 zacts left 19:07 soursBot left 19:18 soursBot joined 19:23 molaf joined 19:25 abraxxa left 19:26 soursBot left 19:28 abraxxa joined 19:35 rir left, melezhik joined 19:36 aluaces left
melezhik I am going to create a toolset written on Sparrow to manage Azure DevOps objects - repo.westus.cloudapp.azure.com/hub/search?q=ado 19:36
so far it's just a few plugins, but there could be more soon
basically for CRUD operations for various Ado objects - git repos, pipelines, variable groups, so on 19:37
if someone in Raku community into Azure DevOps stuff, please give me a shout ;-)) 19:38
19:45 stoned75 left 19:47 stoned75 joined
El_Che some old devops veterans like me that surviced the first Microsoft war are somewhat suspicious of Azure :) 20:20
melezhik El_Che I know. But Azure DevOps is not bad, at least from devops prospective, and this is what I am paid for 20:21
El_Che melezhik: are thinking of something generic like Terraform or is it a tool with a defined task?
melezhik AzureDevops is not about Azure infrastructure. This is basically SDLC services (CI/CD/SCM) under AzureDevops umbrella 20:22
El_Che we have a MIcrosoft devops install at work
melezhik sometime it confuse people because of strong association with Azure cloud 20:23
anyway, I am creating toolset for devops deal with daily tasks
El_Che in short: managers uses it to move tickts around and feel agile. Devs and admins use gitea/jenkins
I don't know if it the same tool
melezhik create repositories, branches, Azure Devops pipelines, group variables, bla-bla-bla
El_Che MS loves renaming stuff
melezhik whatever is possible from Rest API - docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/...s-rest-5.1 20:24
yeah, they do
it's former VSTS
El_Che melezhik: your tool will make it interesting for unix people
melezhik and been renamed lately
El_Che TFS
melezhik yeah ... 20:25
20:25 veesh left
melezhik I have written a tons of code for my current project which ends in two weeks, mostly in mixture of Sparrow and Powershell 20:25
now having this expertise I am just rewriting stuff for pure Linux way 20:26
El_Che it sounds like fun
melezhik all the plugins would require Raku (Sparrow itself), curl and Bash ( and primitive Perl5 usage )
20:26 veesh joined
melezhik Sparrow is fun ))) 20:27
El_Che it looks like you're between ansible and terraform?
melezhik it's dirt and cheap I'd say if you look at my code, but it works and it could be run as cli or as Raku API
it's alternative to ansible in way of atomation
terraform is tool to manage infra in cloud agnostic way (networks, VMs, whatever ) 20:28
it's different
but yes Azure has API to manage cloud resources too, so one day I'd bring some Sparrow plugins for that too 20:29
for example when I worked with AWS (abit) - I had created at the end these set of plugins for AWS - repo.westus.cloudapp.azure.com/hub/search?q=aws 20:30
some of them might now work, as I still need to upgrade them to Sparrow6 ( rewritten on Raku )
but it'd give you an idea of Sparrow approach
whenever I see useful script I create a Sparrow plugin for it ))) 20:31
so the last link is alternative to terrafrom ( in a very rough level ) for aws 20:32
El_Che you're very productive :)
melezhik sometimes it feels like "addiction" - create plugins, the problem is - not many (only me?) use those plugins, but at least it helps me at my $job 20:33
though normally devops don't understand when I tell them that I make automation using Raku and Sparrow 20:34
it's like a murky world for them
El_Che there is a lot of frameworks out there. Adding a new one is a serious investment 20:36
20:36 stoned75 left
melezhik yeah, you're right 20:43
20:46 aborazmeh joined, aborazmeh left, aborazmeh joined
El_Che and it's a slippery slope. I wanted to use puppet but ended writing ruby code for puppet to work around its limitations 20:53
20:54 epony left
melezhik yes, it is. you end up extending ansible by python even faster, just because programming in ansible yaml dsl is nightmare 20:54
20:55 sena_kun joined
melezhik basically Sparrow takes this approach - it's just a glue to manage scripts written on many languages through either cli API or Raku API 20:56
El_Che got to go, I just wanted to say to keep being optimistic. I felt the tone in the last ticket we both participated was somewhat edhy
20:57 Altai-man_ left
melezhik yeah, I will. That is ok and thank you for encouragement ... Yeah I also need to take sometimes things easy ... ;-))) 20:57
El_Che s/edhy/edgy/ 21:00
bbl
melezhik yeah, I got that, thanks! 21:01
21:07 melezhik left 21:09 aborazmeh left 21:14 wamba left, gunnar left 21:15 brtastic left 21:28 epony joined 21:34 rindolf left 21:50 timeless left 21:52 Altai-man_ joined, Woodi left, Woodi joined 21:53 timeless joined 21:54 sena_kun left 22:03 notable6 left, notable6_ joined, statisfiable6 left 22:04 lichtkind__ joined, statisfiable6 joined, lichtkind__ left, AlexDaniel` left 22:06 committable6 left, committable6 joined, lichtkind_ left 22:07 x[LGWs4x4i]uG2N0 left, x[LGWs4x4i]uG2N0 joined 22:12 AlexDaniel` joined 22:25 dataangel joined 22:30 AlexDaniel` left, webstrand left 22:31 webstrand joined 22:33 xinming left, leah2 left, nativecallable6 left, coverable6 left, Roamer` left, jjatria left, committable6 left, Cabanoss- left, Nasrudin left, xfix left, Benett left, robinsmidsrod left, a3r0_ left, nebuchadnezzar left, El_Che left, b2gills left, colomon_ left, dpk left, tomaw left, renormalist left, xi left, Mithaldu left, nine left, jdv79 left, simcop2387 left, tailgate left, perryprog left, gabiruh left, [ptc] left, Bucciarati left, KotH left, [Coke] left, MasterDuke left, webstrand left, uzl[m] left, BlackChaosNL[m] left, ecocode left, skaji_ left, Altai-man_ left, veesh left, Sgeo left, agentzh left, sivoais left, Geth left, afresh1 left, mithaldu_ left, krunen left, polettix1 left, lucs left, dotdotdot left, gugod left, japhb left, vike left, OpenZen left, helit left, gfldex left, grumble left, Hotbees left, pnu__ left, zostay left, Grinnz left, SmokeMachine left, mniip left, Util left, elcaro left, klapperl_ left, astronavt left, pochi left, ingy left, dg left, Ulti left, masak left, autarch left, moritz left, cxreg left, PotatoGim left, cooper left, ShimmerFairy left, roguelazer left, oodani left, shareable6 left, bisectable6 left, evalable6 left, releasable6 left, greppable6 left, MilkmanDan left, TeamBlast left, Celelibi left, eseyman left, a3f left, dudz left, domm left, isacl___ left, jhill left, BinGOs left, perlbot left, riatre left, mtj_ left, rjbs left, Grrrr left, perlmaros left, Woodi left, abraxxa left, genevino left, vrurg left, aindilis left, dogbert17 left, stux|RC-only left, Kaiepi left, schlaftier left, Summertime left, libertas left, lnx left, dataangel left, x[LGWs4x4i]uG2N0 left, maggotbrain left, __jrjsmrtn__ left, bdju left, AlexDaniel left, m_athias left, sno left, erdic left, caasih left, stux|RC left, jast left, marcusr left, skyl4rk left, statisfiable6 left, notable6_ left, unclechu left, matiaslina left, kent\n left, hobbs left, eater left, nekomune left, orinthe left, cpan-raku left, mst left, gordonfish left, perigrin left, gdonald left, girafe left, k-man left, cgfbee left, guifa left, spacebat1 left, ptrcmd left, silug left, ambs_ left, HarmtH left, freezing_ left, brass left, oddp left, kst left, telex left, notandinus left, kini left, ChoppedBacon left, tbrowder left, BuildTheRobots left, spycrab0 left, lizmat left, raku-bridge left, Noisytoot left, ensamvarg left, Ekho left, cj left, literal left, xxpor left, e left, xelxebar left, tejr left, CIAvash left, Altreus left, ssm left, moon-child left, Grauwolf left, wbn left, eiro left, synthmeat left, jnthn left, leont left, rbt left, poga left, pecastro left, sourceable6 left, tellable6 left, bloatable6 left, reportable6 left, unicodable6 left, quotable6 left, squashable6 left, linkable6 left, Manifest0 left, cpage left, Maylay left, eery left, TimToady left, Voldenet left, camelCaser left, kawaii left, pierrot left, TreyHarris left, go|dfish left, karupanerura left, shadowpaste left, robertle left, cibs left, timeless left, molaf left, rypervenche left, ukine left, mrsolo left, sftp left, daxim left, DarthGandalf left, albino left, hoelzro left, charsbar left, epony left, finsternis left, peteretep left, camelia left, dustinm` left, ribasushi left, a6502 left, avar left, smash left 22:36 [Coke] joined, KotH joined, Bucciarati joined, [ptc] joined, gabiruh joined, e joined, Benett joined, robinsmidsrod joined, a3r0_ joined, nebuchadnezzar joined, El_Che joined, b2gills joined, colomon_ joined, dpk joined, tomaw joined, renormalist joined, xi joined, Mithaldu joined, nine joined, jdv79 joined 22:37 genevino joined, x[LGWs4x4i]uG2N0 joined, Altai-man_ joined, veesh joined, Sgeo joined, agentzh joined, sivoais joined, Geth joined, afresh1 joined, mithaldu_ joined, krunen joined, polettix1 joined, lucs joined, dotdotdot joined, gugod joined, japhb joined, statisfiable6 joined, notable6_ joined, unclechu joined, matiaslina joined, kent\n joined, hobbs joined, eater joined, nekomune joined, timeless joined, molaf joined, rypervenche joined, ukine joined, mrsolo joined, sftp joined, daxim joined, DarthGandalf joined, albino joined, hoelzro joined, esh joined, rba joined, charsbar joined, orinthe joined, mst joined, gordonfish joined, perigrin joined, gdonald joined, girafe joined, k-man joined, cgfbee joined, guifa joined, spacebat1 joined, ptrcmd joined, silug joined, ambs_ joined, HarmtH joined, freezing_ joined, brass joined, stux|RC-only joined, cpan-raku joined, webstrand joined, uzl[m] joined, ecocode joined, skaji_ joined, unclechu left, matiaslina left, dataangel joined, maggotbrain joined, __jrjsmrtn__ joined, bdju joined, AlexDaniel joined, m_athias joined, sno joined, stux|RC joined, jast joined, marcusr joined, skyl4rk joined, timeless left, simcop2387 joined, tailgate joined, perryprog joined 22:38 vike joined, OpenZen joined, helit joined, gfldex joined, grumble joined, Hotbees joined, pnu__ joined, zostay joined, Grinnz joined, SmokeMachine joined, mniip joined, Util joined, elcaro joined, klapperl_ joined, astronavt joined, pochi joined, ingy joined, dg joined, Ulti joined, masak joined, autarch joined, moritz joined, cxreg joined, caasih joined, xinming joined, leah2 joined, nativecallable6 joined, coverable6 joined, Roamer` joined, jjatria joined, leont joined, rbt joined, poga joined, pecastro joined, sourceable6 joined, tellable6 joined, bloatable6 joined, reportable6 joined, unicodable6 joined, quotable6 joined, squashable6 joined, linkable6 joined, Manifest0 joined, cpage joined, Maylay joined, eery joined, TimToady joined, Voldenet joined, camelCaser joined, pierrot joined, TreyHarris joined, go|dfish joined, karupanerura joined, shadowpaste joined, robertle joined, cibs joined, committable6 joined, Cabanoss- joined, xfix joined, Woodi joined, abraxxa joined, vrurg joined, aindilis joined, dogbert17 joined, Kaiepi joined, schlaftier joined, Summertime joined, libertas joined, lnx joined, CIAvash joined, Altreus joined, ssm joined, moon-child joined, Grauwolf joined, wbn joined, eiro joined, synthmeat joined, jcallen joined, jnthn joined, oddp joined, kst joined, telex joined, Noisytoot joined, notandinus joined, cj joined, kini joined, ChoppedBacon joined, tbrowder joined, spycrab0 joined, lizmat joined, raku-bridge joined, ensamvarg joined, Ekho joined, literal joined, xxpor joined, samebchase joined, samebchase- joined, xkr47 joined, Cabanoss- left, MasterDuke joined, xelxebar joined, tejr joined, smash joined, sjn joined 22:39 cooper joined, ShimmerFairy joined, roguelazer joined, oodani joined, shareable6 joined, bisectable6 joined, evalable6 joined, releasable6 joined, greppable6 joined, MilkmanDan joined, TeamBlast joined, Celelibi joined, eseyman joined, a3f joined, dudz joined, domm joined, isacl___ joined, BinGOs joined, perlbot joined, riatre joined, mtj_ joined, rjbs joined, Grrrr joined, perlmaros joined, erdic joined, erdic left, erdic joined 22:40 uzl[m] left, spycrab0 left, kawaii joined 22:41 pecastro left, jhill joined, ChoppedBacon left, timeless joined, Grinnz left, ChoppedBacon joined 22:42 spycrab0 joined, Grinnz joined, epony joined, peteretep joined, camelia joined, dustinm` joined, ribasushi joined, a6502 joined, avar joined, tadzik joined, mojca joined, fvox joined, kubrat joined, broquaint joined, protium joined, epony left, epony joined 22:43 PotatoGim joined 22:44 BlackChaosNL[m] joined, finsternis joined 22:46 sivoais left, sivoais joined, matiaslina joined, BuildTheRobots joined 22:47 Nasrudin joined, Nasrudin left, Nasrudin joined 22:51 AlexDaniel` joined 22:52 Cabanossi joined 22:55 sena_kun joined 22:57 Altai-man_ left, unclechu joined 23:04 uzl[m] joined 23:12 HarmtH left 23:14 HarmtH joined
rypervenche Does anyone know how I might be able to get these two arrays to properly merge into an array of hashes? gist.github.com/rypervenche/ccd536...ed6ede8e1a 23:28
Or should I be perhaps doing this in a different way? 23:35
MasterDuke rypervenche: try `Z=>` instead of just `Z` 23:41
rypervenche Ooooh, I didn't know you could do that. :O
MasterDuke yeah, it's a meta-op, you can compose it with other ops (like you can with X)
and R 23:42
rypervenche Ahh, adding it to the Z doesn't do the right thing. Adding it to both Xs does what I need, but I still have the same problem with the Z part. 23:45
I'm guessing my problem is the $() bit? Last element seen: $(:before("hostname_2020-04-02_20:07:04"), :after("hostname_2020-04-02T20:07:04-05:00")) 23:46
23:47 thundergnat joined
thundergnat rypervenche: my @dir-pairs = ((('before' xx *) Z=> @before) Z, (('after' xx *) Z=> @after)); #maybe? 23:47
forest of parenthesis though.
23:58 leont left