Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #inline, 2015-09-11

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00:19 willthechill RPerl build passed. Will Braswell says 'Require Inline::CPP v0.74, Which Requires ExtUtils::CppGuess v0.11, Which Fixes The v0.10 cppflags Bug'
00:19 willthechill davido_work++ bulk88++
00:19 willthechill thanks everybody!  :)
00:20 GitHub196 [Inline-CPP] wbraswell commented on issue #34: It worked!... http://git.io/vZ0rm
04:59 willthechill davido_work: Inline::CPP often (usually?) requires me to wait for it to compile everything twice instead of once as it should, in other words if the _Inline/ directory does not exist then I::CPP will create it and build everything, then the next time I run I::CPP it will build everything in _Inline/ once again, then finally on the 3rd time (and beyond) it will use the already-built _Inline/ contents
05:00 willthechill I know this is probably related to ingy's file-change-detection mechanism using the SHA or MD5 hashes (or whatever it uses), but I thought you (davido_work) might have more-quickly-forthcoming insight
05:01 willthechill my goal is to not wait for it to build twice when it only needs to build once
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15:01 davido_work That certainly is something we would want to avoid. I'll probably have a few minutes to look at it over the weekend.
15:01 davido_work willthechill^
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