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<azathoth99>is guile built using epoll? the fast io library?
<dsmith-w`>azathoth99: No. But I think I remember wingo doing something with it.
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<azathoth99>so no?
<azathoth99>I am wondering if tcl 9 wil do it
<azathoth99>seems a performance booster
<azathoth99>coroutines hm
<nalaginrut>morning guilers~
<ijp>dsmith-work: for future reference, azathoth99 is gavino
<azathoth99>for future reference ijp has a 12 inch black strapin
<ArneBab>moin nalaginrut
<nalaginrut>ArneBab: heya~
<nalaginrut>ArneBab: I'm learning German seriously everyday, dunno how long can I handle it
<nalaginrut>maybe I'll post article in German next year, for practice, maybe (next (next year))
<ArneBab>nalaginrut: If you’d like to, I can proofread it for you.
<nalaginrut>ArneBab: thanks! that would be great!
<ArneBab>nalaginrut: glad to. Just make sure you highlight me so my computer notifies me ☺
<civodul>Hello Guilers!
<lloda`>hello, srfi-64 question
<civodul>hello, go ahead :-)
<lloda`>so I want to do (test-assert "test name" (complicated-test A B)), but I want the log to report the values of A & B
<lloda`>complicated-test is a form of equal?, I guess
<civodul>there's test-equal
<civodul>(test-equal "name" expected-value value)
<civodul>make sure to equip your Emacs for proper indentation:
<lloda`>sure, but I want to use my-equal?, not equal?
<civodul>oh, hmm
<civodul>i don't think there's anything that would work out of the box
<civodul>you'd have to come up with your own macro
<civodul>but i see there's 'test-log-to-file', so you should be able to use that
<civodul>actually test-log-to-file seems to be a different thing
<lloda`>I'll just use test-assert, I think
<lloda`>the failures give no info, but heh, tests are supposed to pass :p
<lloda`>thx anyway :)
<civodul>heh, you're welcome :-)
<ijp>I forgot to report this before, but coverage.tests
<ijp>has two failures
<ijp>obviously nothing serious, I just wanted to know if it is known/worth fixing
<civodul>ijp: ISTR that it's "on purpose", on master
<civodul>wingo would know
<ijp>civodul: odd, you'd think it would be an "expected fail" then
<ijp>I'll ask him next time I see him
<dsmith-work>Happy Friday, Guilers!!
<dsmith-work>sneek: later tell ijp yeah, seemed like a gavino sighting
<sneek>Got it.
<davexunit>apparently I talked to gavino yesterday.
<davexunit>using a different nick. I hadn't heard of gavino.
<dsmith-work>davexunit: gavino is a known pest.
<davexunit>and now I know.
<davexunit>here I was thinking I was being helpful.
<davexunit>seemed like a beginner that wanted some info
<dsmith-work>And so it seems.
<davexunit>I logged off shortly after, don't know if the trolling progressed.
<paroneayea>davexunit: not much beyond a crass remark
<paroneayea>davexunit: how's things?
<davexunit>paroneayea: things are okay. just dealing with some statusnet/gnu social issues at the moment.
<davexunit>spent all morning trying to fix something, still don't have a solution.
<davexunit>yeah, frustrating.
<davexunit>we did a big upgrade of our CAS server this week that went quite smoothly, except for this...
<paroneayea>mo upgrades mo problems
<paroneayea>clearly the answer is to stay at the same software versions forever davexunit
<paroneayea>we like our security flaws just how we know and love them.
<paroneayea>I knew someone who stayed on the last debian release that had LILO by default for a long time because he didn't want to learn new things, and that was my regular troll to him
<paroneayea>actually I don't think he was on a release even
<paroneayea>he was on debian testing and just didn't upgrade for a long time :)
<paroneayea>though maybe in this sense (n|gu)ix can both support slowly migrating systems *and* enable people at the same time :)
<davexunit>they can stick with an old version of the repo :P
<davexunit>though eventually they'll be forced to compile from source when the build farm GCs old builds.
<daviid>civodul, admin quizz: earlier today you said "make sure to equip your Emacs for proper indentation..." I see the version you pointed to is newer then the one in guile source tree and also wanted to ask if I should add a copy of this file to g-wrap, guile-gnome and guile-clutter
<civodul>daviid: that's the .dir-locals.el used in Guix, and most of the rules there are Guix-specific
<civodul>so i don't think it makes sense to copy it verbatim in other projects
<daviid>civodul: ok tx
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