[07:58:56] arne: uhm, buffer means multiple values, that get "hold back" and single key means 1, right?
[08:05:06] arne: well, fuck it, i add concurrent-ruby to the gemfile, could you show me a buffer version?
[08:09:28] arne: having a producer thread like that wouldn't be expensive at all then, i guess even in ruby
[08:09:49] arne: but one question remains for me: the software architecture of this project im working on
[09:08:36] arne: dminuoso: well... startup would be super expensive.. if 8 programs do fill this queue
[09:24:26] arne: well i am sorry, usually you have really good ideas but that sounds like a terrible idea :D
[10:24:16] arne: well but i don't have concurrent-ruby in my gemfile.. and it feels a bit overhead to use that just for that one feature
[12:02:08] arne: i mean if i write a xml doc with nokogiri i would like to get the same value out that i put in, don't i?
[10:05:46] arne: wouldn't it be cool to have a magic variable inside an if true block that has the result of the rexpressio
[15:13:09] arne: havenwood: but as far as i understand it creates a new binding and writes stuff to it, so it would be some sort of a copy?
[13:38:33] arne: but, there won't be information about enums in compiled files.. except with debugging activated
[13:39:27] arne: i guess so, even with debugging enabled, i doubt there is a standard format for "this is how an enum looks"
[15:23:12] arne: dminuoso: interesting.. i get different behaviours for calling a method without arguments
[16:24:53] arne: why, what is the problem with rack supporting websockets and providing an interface for websockets
[16:39:06] arne: and what if a browser doesn't want http2 ? will the http-2 package fallback to http-1?
[17:07:02] arne: alchemist would be much more arrogant :D and also sounds like none knows what he is doing