Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #darcs, 2013-01-25

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03:05 teratorn hi - how could i safely mass update a repository if it has several author strings for me and I want to just use one?
03:09 owst teratorn: what do you mean by update? Rewrite all the patches?
03:09 teratorn owst: sure I guess
03:11 owst Tricky, I suspect
03:11 owst You might be able to do it with rebase/scripting, but it'd be hacky
03:11 teratorn i was thinking about an export/import loop
03:12 teratorn like you would do for <-> git
03:12 owst Oh, yeah, that might work
03:12 teratorn but meh
03:13 teratorn owst: hmm, do you know what the best scripts are for that now?
03:14 owst Umm.
03:15 owst Not really, I'm afraid. darcs-bridge isn't in working form at the moment
03:15 owst (it will be after the sprint in a couple of weeks though)
03:15 teratorn that will be nice
03:30 donri teratorn: why not .authornames?
03:30 donri .authorspellings that is
03:31 owst only works for darcs show authors
03:31 donri yea... isn't there a ticket for using it in more places or did we just discuss it on irc?
03:31 owst Not sure
03:32 donri oh you have a plan to finish bridge? nice!
03:33 donri btw does bridging work for anything that supports fastconvert or just git?
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04:55 teratorn donri: i suspect it mostly is working with git, so far as what ive seen
04:55 teratorn donri: one is probably hard enough
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22:46 Heffalump mornfall: can you remind me why the resolution of timestamps stored in the patch index is only 1s? Is it because there's no cross-platform API to get a higher resolution, or because there's no fast way to get a higher resolution, or something else?
22:48 mornfall Heffalump: Well, most filesystems only have 1s resolution. I don't there's even a POSIX API for higher-resolution timestamps?
22:49 mornfall Add some verb.
22:49 Heffalump I was just glancing at http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/ticket/7473
22:49 mornfall Hm, ext4 has them.
22:51 mornfall time_t is in seconds, so fstat will still get you rounded values
22:51 mornfall Hmm.
22:52 mornfall POSIX.1-2008
22:52 mornfall st_atim.tv_nsec
22:53 mornfall So it is probably doable.
22:53 mornfall I have no idea about mingw, based on that ticket you need win32 API.
22:54 mornfall It should be reasonably doable. You'll need to bump index version and widen the timestamp fields.
22:59 Heffalump ok, cool
23:04 Heffalump http://bugs.darcs.net/issue2295
23:07 Heffalump at the moment we use stat to get a bunch of information in a single call, right?

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