Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #darcs, 2012-03-13

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00:04 owst hey gh_
00:04 lambdabot owst: You have 1 new message. '/msg lambdabot @messages' to read it.
00:04 owst I see I have a message ;-)
00:05 gh_ hey owst  :)
00:06 owst So, if you `darcs annotate src/Darcs/Email.hs` and grep for "unknown" you'll see that there's an un-anotated line.
00:06 gh_ yes, that's what I read from the IRC log
00:06 gh_ now I wonder how come
00:06 owst Without that change I made, annotate would go all the way back through the inventory, even after the file was originally added
00:07 owst mornfall's suggestion of something funky to do with line-endings sounded plausable, but I didn't look into it
00:08 gh_ ah, something weird happening in the string comparison function, making that the (intuitive) property "all lines should be annotated" fails
00:08 gh_ ?
00:08 owst Yeah, perhaps. I didn't really look further than to find the "stop condition" code, so *shrug* :)
00:09 gh_ hmm
00:09 gh_ I want to put a haddock comment to the function Darcs.Annotate.complete explaining that, then
00:10 owst Yeah. I suppose it might not be that hard to go back through the history of that file, and find the change that added the line, and see what's going on
00:11 gh_ with darcs changes -i --matches 'hunk hhhhh'
00:12 owst Usefully, the line is blank ;-)
00:12 gh_ and as there are blank lines all over the place, this case should happen often then
00:13 owst Well, if it were that simple, I suppose so, yes.
00:13 owst I wonder if there was a rogue '\r\n' inside an otherwise '\n' file or something
00:16 gh_ src/Email.hs also has a blank line unknown
00:17 owst Ooh, interesting
00:19 gh_ src/Exec.hs also
00:19 owst Always blank lines?
00:19 gh_ yes
00:19 gh_ and always modules that start with the 'E' letter. coincidence?
00:20 owst Now *that* would be strange. I'm sure that part's a coincidence
00:20 gh_ src/URL.hs also
00:20 gh_ blank line
00:21 gh_ curiously, there's been always at most one per file
00:22 gh_ one in src/SHA1.hs
00:23 owst Well, out of those, Email.hs has the least number of patches (45) so probably best to start there ;-)
00:25 gh_ sha1 has 18
00:26 owst `darcs cha src/SHA1.hs --count` says 47 for me
00:28 gh_ ah, I counted the patches that appear in the annotation, which are fewer
00:31 gh_ src/hscurl.h has an unknown line and 22 patches
00:35 gh_ and it's quite small
00:41 owst A `darcs changes --only-this-file file_name` would be nice, here :)
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16:12 lispy owst: does that mean it doesn't follow renames? (been a while, but doesn't that command allow you to limit to one file already?)
16:16 owst lispy: annotate? Yeah it does follow renames
16:16 owst Oh
16:16 owst I'm not sure what you mean
16:16 owst Ah, memory-as-scrollback reminded me
16:17 owst No I meant to be able to pull out just the prims that affect a given file, rather than all prims who are contained within a Named patch that affects the file
16:24 lispy ah
16:25 lispy yeah, that's reasonable to want
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22:54 owst @tell kowey I am able to login succesfully - woo!
22:54 lambdabot Consider it noted.
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