Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #darcs, 2016-01-12

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08:37 gh_ hi
10:02 gh_ hmm the output of "darcs status" is unparseable
10:03 gh_ the filename in particular
10:03 gh_ if one adds a file called "f +1" or "f r1" :)
10:07 gh_ we could introduce a flag that removes the `-N +M rP` annotations from `M f -N +M rP`, we could simply have `M f` when a file is modified
10:58 gh_ "darcs whatnew --parseable". I'm less sure about whether file moves could be shown as a delete and an add.
11:16 gh_ annotate has a --machine-readable flag, wonder what it does
11:17 gh_ ah nice
11:17 gh_ it's not xml :p
11:17 gh_ i guess we can add a --machine-readable flag to whatsnew then
12:32 gh_ oh, we can also have "duplicate" in the output of darcs status
12:34 gh_ grmbl
18:03 Heffalump gh_: what would you do with directory moves?
18:04 Heffalump I think the fundamental question is whether you want a "diff" style simplification of the patch, or the full darcs semantic view of it.
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