Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #cdk, 2010-04-20

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11:08 CIA-45 cdk: Stefan Kuhn master * r708cf8a / (2 files in 2 dirs):
11:08 CIA-45 cdk: This patch makes sure that the removeHydrogens method in AtomContainerManipulator sets hydrogenCoutn to 0 if no hydrogens were on a heavy atom. Till now, this was null, which was at least not good, in a way even wrong.
11:08 CIA-45 cdk: Signed-off-by: Rajarshi Guha <rajarshi.guha@gmail.com> - http://bit.ly/dh69v6
11:08 CIA-45 cdk: Rajarshi Guha master * rc98a7af / src/test/org/openscience/cdk/in​terfaces/AbstractBondTest.java : Merge branch 'master' of git@github.com:egonw/cdk - http://bit.ly/bCBCNJ
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13:17 CIA-45 cdk: shk3 * r15524 /detgen/trunk/src/org/openscien​ce/cdk/structgen/deterministic/ (DeterministcGeneratorTest.java DeterministicGenerator.java): added a method for creating from fragments and formula
13:21 CIA-45 cdk: shk3 * r15525 /detgen/trunk/src/org/openscience/cdk/structg​en/deterministic/DeterministicGenerator.java: added a method for creating from fragments and formula
14:35 CIA-45 cdk: Egon Willighagen master * r0f85f52 / src/test/org/openscience/cdk/cove​rage/CoverageAnnotationTest.java :
14:35 CIA-45 cdk: Be a bit more forthcoming with debug messages: report also the parameter types of the method
14:35 CIA-45 cdk: Signed-off-by: Rajarshi Guha <rajarshi.guha@gmail.com> - http://bit.ly/9tSqBA
15:00 carsten Bug in the BlueObelisk-Database: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=232786
15:00 carsten egonw: ^^^
15:02 egonw carsten: checking
15:02 carsten webelements.com says 14.01 as well
15:03 carsten my book says 259,1K
15:03 carsten http://www.wolframalpha.com/​input/?i=259.1+K+in+%C2%B0C
15:04 egonw please file a bug at https://sourceforge.net/tracker/​?group_id=195935&amp;atid=955438
15:04 carsten that is -14.05°C
15:04 egonw yeah, so ~14 is celsius
15:04 egonw but the report is rather bad
15:04 egonw no mention of source, or pressure for that matter
15:04 egonw does not mean it is invalid...
15:04 egonw but the suggested value is pretty useless
15:05 carsten Man, Alpha is really cool:         http://www.wolframalpha.com/i​nput/?i=meltingpoint+hydrogen
15:07 egonw yeah, that pages sucks indeed
15:07 carsten I love it
15:07 egonw why?
15:08 egonw this page is chemical crap!
15:08 egonw an element does not have a melting point
15:08 egonw melting points refer to substances
15:08 carsten H2 has
15:08 carsten and that is what all my periodic tables say :)
15:09 egonw ok, well, I guess fair enough... but that is often refered to as molecular hydrogen
15:09 egonw H2 is not an element
15:09 egonw and that's what that WA page is stating: I'm assuming H the element
15:10 carsten yes, the wording is not perfect
15:10 egonw funnily... it even things elemental hydrogen melting point is different from that of the hydrogen compound
15:11 egonw carsten: yeah, good for use in education :)
15:11 egonw make things even more complicated for students
15:11 carsten you know of DMHO I guess?
15:11 egonw if you mean water, yes
15:11 carsten you know the webpage?
15:11 carsten dhmo.org
15:11 carsten I am sometimes using it in school
15:12 carsten it often takes a long time until a students understands that this really really dangerous dhmo is water :)
15:12 egonw yes, sounds like a good excercise
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