Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #cdk, 2014-01-29

| Channels | #cdk index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary

All times shown according to UTC.

Time Nick Message
23:29 slyrus joined #cdk
23:47 slyrus joined #cdk
04:28 twatcup joined #cdk
04:28 twatcup left #cdk
06:06 slyrus joined #cdk
06:07 egonw joined #cdk
06:26 jbrefort joined #cdk
06:49 sneumann joined #cdk
07:09 konditorn joined #cdk
07:19 egonw joined #cdk
07:24 egonw joined #cdk
07:36 Alchimiste moin
07:36 zarah ni hao Alchimiste
07:41 sneumann joined #cdk
07:42 cruttkie_ joined #cdk
07:42 cruttkie joined #cdk
08:55 egonw joined #cdk
09:17 jonalv joined #cdk
09:24 Gpox joined #cdk
14:05 konditorn joined #cdk
14:25 egonw hi Alchimiste
15:15 slyrus morning egonw
15:21 egonw hi slyrus
15:45 slyrus i wrote a new carbon chain namer: ABCL-CDK-IUPAC> (carbon-chain-name (abcl-cdk:read-smiles-string (format nil "~v@{~a~:*~}" 9999 "C"))) => "nonanonacontanonactanonaliane"
16:22 sneumann joined #cdk
16:56 slyrus so my pull requests get applied to egonw/cdk, since that's what I forked from. is that the preferred place for these?
17:06 egonw joined #cdk
17:10 mgerlich joined #cdk
17:30 egonw joined #cdk
17:38 slyrus damn. (ABCL-CDK-OPSIN::PARSE-IUPAC-NAME-TO-SMILES "hexaheptacontaoctactapentaliane") gives me a stack overflow error.
17:39 slyrus but alkanes from length 1 to 5865 can successfully be round-tripped between opsin, my alkane name generator, and SMILES strings
17:40 slyrus parse-iupac-name-to-smiles is just calling opsin's parseToSmiles method, so I'll lay the stack overflow blame there...
17:53 sneumann joined #cdk
18:50 jbrefort joined #cdk
19:21 egonw joined #cdk
19:30 slyrus egonw: how do you propose to order the rules such that we get, say, ethylbenzene instead of phenylethane?
19:36 slyrus i'll pick your brain later :) gotta run

| Channels | #cdk index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary