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2016-07-08

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2016-07-07

[01:44:20] isberg: Is there a way to set the order in which code is evaluated? I.e "a > b > c" => "(a > b) > c" or vise versa (without using ())
[01:45:08] isberg: Radar Okay, thanks
[01:45:13] isberg: What's the default order?
[01:47:14] isberg: Radar What's that?
[01:50:37] isberg: Radar What's that?
[01:50:41] isberg: Radar Ooops
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2016-07-06

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[22:06:08] isberg: Is "&&" a reserved keyword in Ruby? I can't manage to override it like I can with ">>" and ">"
[22:06:34] isberg: jhass Aha, thanks!
[22:06:46] isberg: I'll stick with &
[22:07:51] isberg: | and & works
[22:09:45] isberg: havenwood Thanks!
[23:17:39] isberg: Any suggestions on how to decrease the start up time for Ruby? Is crystal-lang.org the way to go, or any other suggestions?
[23:20:19] isberg: I'm currently having some scripts in my bash prompt
[23:20:41] isberg: They run on each command, which is starting to get slow
[23:22:10] isberg: That would work, but is hoping for a less hacky one :)
[23:23:28] isberg: s/then/when?
[23:23:56] isberg: That won't solve my problem :)
[23:24:13] isberg: To be more correct, it will solve it, but then I've a new one
[23:25:23] isberg: shevy What should be?
[23:27:52] isberg: shevy In this case it calculates git stats
[23:29:40] isberg: darix It's fast in bash
[23:30:07] isberg: darix --disable=gems increased the speed x 3
[23:30:10] isberg: Awesome, thanks!
[23:30:47] isberg: With gems it's about 10 times faster
[23:32:11] isberg: darix Expiring caches is not something I would work with
[23:32:36] isberg: Should be fairly easy to implement as it is now
[23:41:17] isberg: Should be fairly easy to implement as it is now

2016-07-05

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[17:34:16] isberg: Any recommendations on gems for building command line tools?
[17:34:59] isberg: aegis3121 I was thinking something like trollop
[17:36:05] isberg: havenwood Awesome!
[17:36:41] isberg: Anything for running/chaining system commands that can handle users params?
[17:37:02] isberg: Like bash
[17:37:56] isberg: drbrain Was hoping for something more high-level. Maybe with a DSL for terminal scripts?
[17:39:08] isberg: But error prone
[17:39:21] isberg: I much rather use something existing that writing it my self
[17:40:55] isberg: Is still need to handle status codes, changing error messages, escaping, using input and so on
[17:41:10] isberg: I usually use Open3.capture3
[17:41:35] isberg: *user input
[17:43:51] isberg: drbrain I want to work at a different abstraction layer
[17:44:27] isberg: I'm betting there are nice DSLs out there for this particular problem
[17:45:58] isberg: drbrain Shells?
[17:46:56] isberg: Yeah, but I still want to write it in Ruby
[17:49:20] isberg: drbrain Not if something already exists. I rather focus on the business logic
[17:50:22] isberg: toretore I'm not sure. I'm open for ideas. Here's one I found: https://github.com/commander-rb/commander
[17:51:09] isberg: toretore Scroll down :)
[17:51:51] isberg: Or this one: https://github.com/ddfreyne/cri
[17:52:55] isberg: toretore What did I ask for? :=
[17:53:44] isberg: Aha, I think I misread the readme
[17:54:37] isberg: Maybe a DSL that imitates bash
[17:55:49] isberg: I know. I've been using Ruby for 8 years.
[17:58:23] isberg: I must have 100 cli script lying around on my system. Éverytime I start writing a new script I always think; "there must be a better way". So here I am, looking for that particular way
[21:45:02] isberg: drbrain Still there?
[21:53:53] isberg: Does anyone know if there's a ruby gem similar to this DSL for defining command line scripts? https://gist.github.com/anonymous/231d10cc1cf2520db8bc3ff018bd8252 ping drbrain
[21:58:32] isberg: I spent a few hours defining my own DSL (no logic). My guess is that someone else already did this
[22:03:21] isberg: matt_d Looked at both, but non really did what my example DSL is doing
[22:03:34] isberg: or is suppose to do
[22:05:02] isberg: Papierkorb Thanks. Running an arbitrary script is simple, the difficult part is maintaining it. Havent found a way to do this yet
[22:06:31] isberg: The example I posted has the ability to validate each command before running them (checking the type and so on) which would be nice
[22:07:13] isberg: Yeah, flow control was the word I was looking for
[22:07:31] isberg: Didn't know what to search for, that should be it

2016-07-04

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2016-07-02

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2016-06-29

[01:36:32] isberg: Is there a way to check if a value is a boolean?
[01:36:43] isberg: Except for checking for true/false
[01:36:54] isberg: I.e is_a?(Bool)
[01:38:09] isberg: So not both?
[01:39:13] isberg: They belong to the same group, boolean
[01:39:20] isberg: that's what I'm trying to check
[01:39:46] isberg: true/false is a boolean
[01:39:53] isberg: boolean is a group
[01:40:59] isberg: In Ruby, yes. But that's no very helpful if I'm trying to convert to something else
[01:42:36] isberg: Yes. If they belong to the group of booleans
[01:53:56] isberg: Yeah, exactly
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2016-06-28

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[21:10:54] isberg: Is there an alternative to Open3.capture3 that doesn't freeze in large output?
[21:11:12] isberg: Need to run system commands
[21:11:26] isberg: with access to the status code
[21:13:24] isberg: drbrain Kernel#system only takes a string. It's nice to pass arguments separately to avoid escaping
[21:15:00] isberg: Aha, it does take an array if arguments
[21:15:23] isberg: drbrain Yes
[21:19:05] isberg: drbrain Okay, so system or spawn then
[21:19:12] isberg: Unless I missed something

2016-06-27

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2016-06-26

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[21:38:00] isberg: Is there tool for validating / type check my code?
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[21:40:30] isberg: Is there tool for validating / type check my code?
[21:45:36] isberg: jhass thanks
[21:47:26] isberg: have that to
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