Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #darcs, 2016-05-16

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01:00 sm fr33domlover: maybe the most recently recorded patch's timestamp is best for that purpose ?
01:00 sm ie, the latest record date of any patch anywhere in the repo
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01:47 Topic for #darcs is now Darcs/Pijul Sprint, Helsinki, 6th-8th May http://darcs.net/Sprints/2016-05 | http://darcs.net/ | logs: http://irclog.perlgeek.de/darcs/ | darcs 2.10.3 is out http://darcs.net/Releases/2.10
01:48 sm but more likely, you'd assume you're building from an official repo with a stable ordering, and report eg most recent tag name plust count of patches applied since
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06:20 fr33domlover sm, awesome idea
06:20 fr33domlover last tag + num of patches
06:21 fr33domlover indeed I think it's safe to assume the build comes from a clean repo. I'll start coding (after I learn some TH basics; I never wrote TH before)
06:30 fr33domlover sm, Heffalump: When building from an official clean repo, can I expect that the last patch recorded chronologically is also the last in the inventory file, and the last tag is the last tag in the file etc.? Or to get "last tag + number of patches since then" I need to read the entire file, find the tag with the latest time and find how many patches have a later time than that?
06:30 fr33domlover Both are easy to implement, I'm just curious
06:31 fr33domlover (getting the last patch means I hopefully can skip in the file and not read the entire file just for the last lines)
06:31 fr33domlover (so would be more efficient especially for large repos)
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17:36 Heffalump fr33domlover: no guarantees about the "recorded" chronological time compared to the order in the repo
18:08 pbgc Hi (sorry for my english). On darcs 2.12.0 release notes I read that Darcs support was reintroduced in meld. It wasn't working for me .. and I had to submit a patch, that was accepted, to make it work (https://git.gnome.org/browse/meld/commit/?id=3dddd7bbe122a6ffc2a2c78eeb5ef016f43cdf54). Now Darcs plugin is loaded and I can see the diff of a file (comparing it with the repo) but when I use the "Version control view" the modified files are not
18:08 pbgc showed when I use that filter ... I have to select "normal files" filter and then make the diff.
18:09 pbgc Am I doing anything wrong? or there is some problem with the Darcs plugin ?
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