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2019-09-11

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2019-08-13

[15:05:28] also_uplime: &>> ["foo", "bar", "baz"].each {|val| p val}
[15:06:32] also_uplime: what are you trying to do? the array you showed isn't the same order you're requesting
[15:52:57] also_uplime: you know that the printing isn't a part of the cycling right? thats just to show it cycling

2019-08-12

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[17:29:24] also_uplime: im comiling a ruby (via rvm) for a linux of type unknown/libc-2.28/x86_64/ruby-2.6.3 and am getting the message "Install: build-essential libreadline zlib1g libyaml libc6 libgdbm ncurses". I've definitely got ncurses, readline, yaml, zlib, and gdbm. does it just spit out a static list if it can't any of them?
[17:30:40] also_uplime: also, is libc6 just a libc, and is build-essential just for a cc?

2019-07-21

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[00:23:38] also_uplime: with the openssl lib, is there a way to get the SAN information from a OpenSSL::X509::Request?
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2019-07-08

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[06:50:58] also_uplime: in eventmachine, is there a way to pass an argument to a handler? something like EventMachine.connect("host", 1234, Handler, { some: "options" }) and then module Handler def post_init(opts) @opts = opts end
[06:59:54] also_uplime: ah, i see. i need to give it a class
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2019-05-05

[02:44:38] also_uplime: is it possible to pattern match a dictionary, but still get the whole dictionary? something like: def myfunc(%myhash{ foo: :bar }) do stuff_with myhash end
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2019-05-04

[00:17:16] also_uplime: how would you tokenize a string functional style? I'm coming from ruby so this is a bit new to me
[00:17:37] also_uplime: (i don't need specific code, but a general method/article would be great)
[00:20:57] also_uplime: thanks! I'll do some more research on that. is there an elixir-ish way to iterate through the bytes of a bitstring other than just recursing with something like .at or .slice?
[00:22:42] also_uplime: oh, i read about that, but totally forgot about it. that would be great, thank you
[00:26:47] also_uplime: thanks! I'll look into all of that. much appreciated!
[03:58:47] also_uplime: is there a way to use put_in for non-keyword lists?
[03:59:18] also_uplime: like if I have [[abcd, efgh], [ijkl, mnop]] and I wanted to change ijkl to qrst
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2019-05-03

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[23:28:17] also_uplime: I'm writing an S-expression parser (ultimately for a lisp) in elixir, and was curious - would it be appropriate to send tokens to another Task, that collects them, and then at the end of the parsing, returns all of them?

2019-05-02

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2019-05-01

[00:07:24] also_uplime: hm, I can do a PR for that. I assumed it was shot down for an esoteric reason (like ctrl+d for exiting iex)
[00:08:03] also_uplime: the ctrl+d thing was also because of erlang, is what I meant
[00:09:39] also_uplime: something about how erlang interprets signals (or doesn't have signals) in the lower shell, or something like that
[00:09:43] also_uplime: went above my head tbh
[00:10:48] also_uplime: sounds good, will do
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2019-04-30

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[22:07:34] also_uplime: is there any way to stop iex from jumping to the opening bracket/paren/brace when you type the closing one?
[22:12:49] also_uplime: the actual location doesn't, but the cursor indicator itself on my install is jumping. Either way, is it possible to disable that?
[23:52:18] also_uplime: no, just on macos. I know its not a bug, but I find it annoying and was hoping to just disable the functionality
[23:52:27] also_uplime: I understand the appeal, it just isn't a feature I personally need
[23:53:24] also_uplime: i found that SO post as well so just decided to give up on it
[23:53:36] also_uplime: its not so annoying that its worth patching and having a custom install
[23:54:39] also_uplime: thanks for looking into it though

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2019-03-25

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[16:38:36] also_uplime: I've got a weird issue... I'm trying to use httparty to download a peer certificate, which theoretically should be possible according to https://github.com/jnunemaker/httparty/blob/master/examples/peer_cert.rb However, when I try to run it, I get the following error https://clbin.com/5shYf using ruby 2.6. Any ideas how to fix it? I'm on a Mac if it
[16:38:37] also_uplime: matters. Thanks!
[16:40:25] also_uplime: this happens on 2.4 as well fwiw
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2019-01-12

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2019-01-11

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