Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #darcs, 2017-05-01

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09:18 bf_ Update: I am getting sensible results now if I pass --ignore-times which disables the index.
09:20 bf_ The index uses raw bytes to access files via Bundled.Posix. I think I am going to throw that out and see what happens...
09:24 Heffalump sensible results for what?
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14:21 bf_ Heffalump: recording files and dirs with non-ascii names; I have also repaired the index now, so no longer need to --ignore-times
14:22 bf_ (all according to the plan I formulated yesterday)
14:22 bf_ Currently fixing symbolic links.
14:33 bf_ ...because I have also thrown out Bundled/Posix.hsc since it used ByteString for file names
15:46 bf_ Ok I have discovered the flaw in my plan: it breaks as soon as the encoding changes.
15:46 bf_ Fortunately we have some tests for that.
15:49 bf_ Though perhaps there is a way to save the plan: If we use the //ROUNDTRIP flavor of the user's locale encoding it might work. Investigating...
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