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2018-11-06

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2018-10-31

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2018-09-01

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2018-08-31

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2018-08-16

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2018-08-01

[15:27:06] Demos[m]: so there are different types of guid
[15:27:32] Demos[m]: the numbers don't nessassarly indicate anything about the guid
[15:27:52] Demos[m]: newer ones will tend to be larger (because many guids are generated via time based methods, or hwid based methods)
[15:28:32] Demos[m]: for hwids the ids tend to grow with time (although there's no cosmic reason for this), for time based ones time moves forward
[15:28:36] Demos[m]: there are also random guids that truely are just random
[15:28:51] Demos[m]: I belive you can somehow identify them but I forget how
[15:29:00] Demos[m]: what does "bigger" mean to you?

2018-07-21

[17:10:05] Demos[m]: totally off topic: does anyone know of a font like fira code but not monospace?
[18:44:44] Demos[m]: it has ligatures that make like ==> into a joined arrow
[18:44:54] Demos[m]: I use Noto Sans UI (or Noto Sans Display on windows, not sure why the name differs)

2018-07-20

[00:07:08] Demos[m]: *.net *.split
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2018-07-10

[16:29:45] Demos[m]: if I have a class defined over multiple files can I tell yard which is the correct file to pull top-level docs from
[16:30:22] Demos[m]: I can just not comment on the other files but that generates rubocop warnings
[16:31:26] Demos[m]: also how can I suppress rubocop warnings where I have an attr_accessor then later a method overriding either the getter or setter
[16:31:52] Demos[m]: if I just comment the getter and setter then yard will generate a new symbol in the docs, which isn't really what I want

2018-07-06

[16:48:28] Demos[m]: what's the convention for initialize methods that can initialize the class as if it were a dict?
[16:48:41] Demos[m]: I've just been doing def initialize(params = {}) @whatever = params.fetch(...) end
[22:50:36] Demos[m]: hm looking at it now
[22:50:46] Demos[m]: I've used nim quite a bit
[22:52:14] Demos[m]: yeah I just learned ruby over the past month or so and it's like lisp but extremely no parentheses
[22:52:41] Demos[m]: also ruby tooling <3
[22:53:58] Demos[m]: yeah the flexable syntax
[22:54:09] Demos[m]: nim has that too, at least a bit

2018-06-30

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2018-06-29

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2018-06-15

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[19:32:34] Demos[m]: C++ is fun because you can be have two parent instances of the same type
[19:32:45] Demos[m]: and afaik they are distinct!
[19:33:22] Demos[m]: Inheritance == Composition :D