Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #moarvm, 2016-05-24

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12:21 pmurias jnthn: when do we increase the serialization format version?
12:24 jnthn pmurias: When making any change that would render a version of MoarVM that doesn't know about a change unable to successfully/completely deserialize things
12:33 pmurias jnthn: thank you, had a disagreement about my "Serialize hll role" pull request
12:35 jnthn pmurias: Yeah, keep meaning to review that :)
12:35 pmurias I just found an empty else in it :(
12:38 pmurias (fixed that)
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16:33 hoelzro a MoarVM frame may or may not be a callable, right? it could just be something like an if $cond { ... } block?
16:44 hoelzro I suppose my question is - is there a way to tell if a frame is the top level frame of a method vs an arbitrary lexical frame?
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19:12 jnthn hoelzro: Not in MoarVM
19:12 jnthn But Moar shouldn't really care
19:12 jnthn At QAST level, the blocktype is immediate for things like if $cond { ... }
19:14 hoelzro ah ha
19:14 hoelzro jnthn: I'm just digging into that "nextsame looking for $*DISPATCHER in its caller" behavior I saw
19:14 hoelzro wondering if p6finddispatcher should stop crawling up the frame stack once it hits the sub boundary
19:16 jnthn Hm. Or maybe we just need to install a $*DISPATCHER in all routines that "blocks" the other one
19:17 hoelzro ah, that could work too
19:17 hoelzro at first blush, that doesn't sound terribly performant, but I'm guessing it's ok if you suggested it =)
19:17 jnthn It's just about free
19:17 jnthn Since all lexicals are lazily vivified :)
19:18 * hoelzro has much to learn
19:18 jnthn I forget exactly the details around this stuff :)
19:18 jnthn (Haven't had to touch it for a long while...)
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