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rypervenche I wonder if this is related: github.com/Raku/old-issue-tracker/issues/5669 00:36
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Geth ¦ doc: coke assigned to tbrowder Issue Take advantage of new Raku --doc=auth-fmt capability github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3414 01:07
¦ doc: coke self-assigned style choice of sub-directory github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3023 01:12
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rypervenche Oh, I got it to work by adding a "my" to the second one. Interesting. 01:15
Geth Raku-Steering-Council/main: e90a227248 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Add my acceptance
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Geth doc: ec82de941e | Coke++ | xt/word-variants.t
doc: 56594ec8ed | Coke++ | 2 files
prefer 'subdirectory'.

Closes #3023
linkable6 DOC#3023 [closed]: github.com/Raku/doc/issues/3023 [xt] style choice of sub-directory
Geth doc: a88182cd22 | Coke++ | doc/Language/modules.pod6
fix whitespace
linkable6 Link: docs.raku.org/language/modules
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jmerelo Morning all. Created a specific page for hacktoberfest-friendly issues in the Rakuverse here raku.github.io/hacktoberfest/ Please add your proposal via PR 06:09
Xliff Where's this year's hacktoberfest page? 06:12
jmerelo Xliff: right there or github.com/Raku/hacktoberfest if you want to go there directly 06:13
Xliff Thanks!
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MasterDuke timotimo: looks good. only thing i saw was inconsistent capitalization between MoarMV/nqp/raku/rakudo/etc 07:43
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[Coke] .ask jmerelo - why use the unlicense? If someone is submitting something through that site on the way to another repo, we don't want to have a license mismatch. 13:30
tellable6 [Coke], I'll pass your message to jmerelo
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timotimo notable6: weekly wakelift.de/can-you-appimageine-that/ 15:40
notable6 timotimo, Noted! (weekly)
timotimo *clickbaits* 15:41
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lizmat sena_kun++ # a new Comma Complete release: twitter.com/koto_san_kana/status/1...5001529346 15:45
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sena_kun jnthn++ for rescuing it 15:55
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phogg is there some method on Str analogous to strspn()/strcspn()? Or, how would you do the same thing the Raku way? 18:03
[Coke] phogg: given $a, $b of "thistle", "this", that's 4, "thistle", "nope" is 0... what is "thistle", "that". 2? 18:07
codesections phogg: The way I'd do this would probably be with a regex: 18:08
m: say ('129th' ~~ /^\d+/).pos 18:09
camelia 3
codesections (^^^ same as www.cplusplus.com/reference/cstring/strspn/)
(and `\d` could be a character range, like `<[abgiqu]>`) 18:10
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[Coke] oh, I misread that function definition. 18:11
phogg regex is the obvious choice, but constructing the character classes and handling the negative case is a bit of work
not the pleasant experience I was hoping for. I'll probably add something to Str to hide the noise. 18:12
Altai-man This seems like a very specific case to add it to Str.
Can be done in a library, though. 18:13
phogg what's all this mutability for if I can't extend the language locally?
s/can't/don't/ # or whatever
codesections phogg: Maybe I'm misunderstanding how `strspn` works, but isn't `cset[] = "1234567890"` exactly the same as `^<[1234567890]>`?
Altai-man Ah, you can extend it locally. 18:14
phogg codesections: it lacks a certain obviousness
Altai-man I mean, it sounds very specific to add it to the language for everyone.
phogg yeah, it's probably not too common
I'm converting some existing parser code and it's easier to not re-think all of the logic, at least not in the first pass 18:15
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codesections I guess obviousness is in the eye of the beholder :D I'd find the regex version more obvious (and would need documentation to know what parameters to strspn mean). But I can understand if you feel the other way 18:16
phogg I only really came here looking for the secret $string[<weird raku magic>] answer that I wasn't seeing, if any.
lizmat phogg: you can call routines from the standard library with nativeCall? 18:17
which, if you're handling ASCII only, should be fine
codesections m: say '129th'.match(/^\d+/).pos
camelia 3
phogg codesections: well, if you had it in method form it would be "thistle".whatever("this") or "thistle".notwhatever("that");
codesections ^^^ if you want a method form 18:18
Altai-man m: sub foo($pattern, $str) { my @chars = $pattern.comb.unique; ($str ~~ m:g/@chars+/).max }; foo("strrrr", 'heh st strr ee')
camelia ( no output )
Altai-man m: sub foo($pattern, $str) { my @chars = $pattern.comb.unique; ($str ~~ m:g/@chars+/).max }; foo("strrrr", 'heh st strr ee').say
camelia 「strr」
Altai-man m: sub foo($pattern, $str) { my @chars = $pattern.comb.unique; ($str ~~ m:g/@chars+/).max }; say "strrrr".&foo('heh st strr ee')
camelia 「strr」
Altai-man ^ this is method form
phogg lizmat: not a bad idea
lizmat docs.raku.org/language/nativecall#...rd_library 18:19
Altai-man m: sub whatever($str, $pattern) { my @chars = $pattern.comb.unique; ($str ~~ m:g/@chars+/).max }; say "thistle".&whatever('this')
camelia 「thist」
Altai-man phogg, ^
phogg Altai-man: thanks 18:22
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Geth Raku-Steering-Council/acceptance-jj: e90a227248 | (Aleks-Daniel Jakimenko-Aleksejev)++ | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Add my acceptance
Raku-Steering-Council/acceptance-jj: f69581515e | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Merge branch 'main' into acceptance-jj
Raku-Steering-Council/main: 0ea2b886e7 | (Juan Julián Merelo Guervós)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Adds myself
Raku-Steering-Council/main: f69581515e | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Merge branch 'main' into acceptance-jj
Raku-Steering-Council/main: 9d61712e82 | (Elizabeth Mattijsen)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Merge pull request #36 from Raku/acceptance-jj

Adds myself
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Geth Raku-Steering-Council/main: 6e088e1db3 | (Jonathan Worthington)++ (committed using GitHub Web editor) | nominations/2020/acceptance.txt
Accept nomination
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moon-child this might be more of a #moarvm question--let me know if it is--but is there any way to interactively view disassembly for a function or block? 21:44
AlexDaniel moon-child: no 21:48
moon-child: you're interested in machine code, right? Not just AST?
timotimo: ↑ maybe you know a trick on how to get something? 21:50
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AlexDaniel btw I used to think that it wouldn't be possible or at least wouldn't be useful, but julia does it and it's neat: gist.github.com/AlexDaniel/0b2f88f...41dc41be6c 22:00
note that if you pass different types it'll give different code :) 22:01
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moon-child AlexDaniel: yes, machine code 22:23
AlexDaniel: I think I was vaguely aware that julia had that feature, but I mainly know it from lisp 22:24
AlexDaniel yeah, we don't have anything as accessible to do that 22:25
moon-child e.g. try (disassemble #'(lambda (x y) (+ x y))) in sbcl or ccl
AlexDaniel moon-child: btw I'm interested to know why you need that :) 22:26
moon-child no reason in particular; just curious about mvm codegen
AlexDaniel ah, maybe try #moarvm indeed, people more knowledgeable than me should be able to chime in :) 22:27
it's a bit quiet during this time of day but still
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timotimo moon-child: you can set an env var to get moar to dump all the assembly in a folder of your choice 23:19
i recommend setting it together with the spesh log so you can correlate the output of that with the assembly files 23:20
the magical incantation to disassemble lookslike
objdump -D -b binary -m i386:x86-64 -M intel /tmp/moar-jit.21554/moar-jit-0038.bin
moon-child cool! Would be nice to be able to use interactively, but that's a start 23:21
what's the env var? I can only find MVM_JIT_DUMP_BYTECODE
timotimo yeah dump bytecode is one, MVM_SPESH_LOG is the other 23:24
you might find shocking what you see :P 23:25
moon-child wow! That's . . . big 23:29
is there a good way to distinguish individual functions? 23:30
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timotimo it should have a map file in the folder 23:30
moon-child nope; just .bin files and the log file 23:32
timotimo there's also MVM_JIT_DEBUG=1 which puts more info in the spesh log 23:34
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