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IRC log for #mojo, 2017-05-29

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01:17 jberger hmmmm, http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-has
01:23 jberger but maybe we should add :matches? https://irclog.perlgeek.de/mojo/2015-08-14#i_11059940
01:23 jberger if you're right about that, then that's an easy win
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01:33 good_news_everyon [mojo] jberger force-pushed css_scope from 9cb7b1c to a1fd1d9: https://git.io/v39kP
01:33 good_news_everyon mojo/css_scope 9283799 Joel Berger: enable :scope pseudoclass and relative selectors...
01:33 good_news_everyon mojo/css_scope d485e59 Joel Berger: added some test cases for :scope, including a TODO test for siblings
01:33 good_news_everyon mojo/css_scope a1fd1d9 Joel Berger: fixed more complex :scope ancestor selectors
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01:40 jberger I notice that css4 :not is more powerful than the css3 selector that we support
01:41 jberger in css4 the selector that is passed to it can be any selector not just simple ones
01:41 preaction they're still not sure they want to do :has, from what i hear
01:42 preaction oh, you linked the thread where they did that
01:46 jberger sri was saying he thought they were more stable, and perhaps they are in the spec, but from caniuse it doesn't look like any of the browsers support it
01:46 preaction it can't be CR until 2 browsers do so, which, that's great... i really, really want :has...
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01:47 Topic for #mojo is now ???? nom nom | http://mojolicious.org | http://irclog.mojolicious.org | http://code-of-conduct.mojolicious.org
02:24 sri jberger: our :not() selector can already do more than the spec requires
02:24 jberger looking over the code I was wondering if that was true
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13:30 Armen good <%= $time_of_day %>
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16:23 mishanti1 So which perl do people use on windows and does it run Mojolicious without too much of a hassle?
16:24 mishanti1 (in the process of introducing mojolicious in a microsoft-centric shop)
16:24 preaction i don't, but it does
16:24 mishanti1 Strawberry?
16:24 purl Strawberry is a Perl for Windows that works just like Perl everywhere else. See http://win32.perl.org/wiki/index.php?title=Strawberry_Perl or well where is RAWBERRY
16:24 pink_mist I think preferred is WSL if available
16:25 preaction according to cpantesters, yes
16:25 pink_mist otherwise strawberry
16:25 purl otherwise strawberry is a better choice
16:26 sri WSL
16:29 mishanti1 Ah. I see. Thanks for the input.
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17:42 Petru hello, I'm building an application using i18n plugin. I want to write some tests, but I'm not able to find the locale option for the user agent in order to check that all languages work. How can I do it?
17:43 preaction you could change the current locale in the process using POSIX setlocale. you could send the right http header
17:43 preaction http://mojolicious.org/perldoc/Mojo/Headers#accept_charset
17:43 preaction http://mojolicious.org/perldoc/Mojo/Headers#accept_language
17:45 Petru thank you!
17:50 Petru sorry for the noob question, I'm not able to find the answer in the documentation. How can I pass the headers previously constructed to get_ok?
17:52 preaction you could do: $t->get_ok( '/', { 'Accept-Language' => 'de, en' } );
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19:42 mishanti1 Ok, so the artist "Mechatok" has some pretty awesome tunes for coding.
19:43 mishanti1 No vocals, but interesting compositions.
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20:43 * sri is currently listening to cyberpunk playlists on spotify :)
20:45 pink_mist I'd recommend the monthly 2 hours of otographic arts on https://www.mixcloud.com/otographic/
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