Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #parrot, 2010-10-05

Parrot | source cross referenced

| Channels | #parrot index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary

All times shown according to UTC.

Time Nick Message
00:16 davidfetter left #parrot
00:30 whiteknight left #parrot
00:33 kid51 joined #parrot
00:41 Util joined #parrot
00:46 GeJ Good evening kid51.
01:06 kid51 GeJ Hi!
01:16 kid51 is now known as kid51_at_dinner
01:35 plobsing kid51_at_dinner: if you get the chance, I'd love to know whether the patch I posted on TT #1813 works or not
01:47 ruoso left #parrot
02:00 ruoso joined #parrot
02:07 kid51_at_dinner is now known as kid51
02:07 kid51 plobsing: I am testing now.
02:07 dukeleto 'ello
02:08 kid51 dukeleto: Hi!
02:09 kid51 dukeleto: Weather in NYC is 54F and raining -- getting me in the mood for Portland
02:11 kid51 plobsing:  While I'm waiting to rebuild, let me say that for each of the 3 config steps you've recently added, I *strongly* wish you had opened TTs for them and worked in branch(es) rather than committing directly to trunk.
02:12 nopaste "kid51" at 192.168.1.3 pasted "failures persist on Darwin/PPC re inf_nan issues" (476 lines) at http://nopaste.snit.ch/24016
02:18 plobsing still with the inf != inf problems
02:18 plobsing hmmm
02:21 dukeleto kid51: i wrote those tests. They probably should be case-insensitive
02:22 plobsing dukeleto: kid51 is correct here. we have a special case (and  lot of support code) in parrot to make inf's and nan's more or less system independant
02:22 kid51 dukeleto:  Well, they were passing on this box until the past few days.
02:22 plobsing what is happening is that somehow the inf's are slipping through
02:23 dukeleto plobsing: ok, good to know my tests aren't broken :)
02:25 kid51 dukeleto: They pass for me on Linux/i386, but the things since the addition of config/auto/infnan.pm have messed up the tests on Darwin/PPC.
02:25 dukeleto kid51: i understand now.
02:26 dukeleto i hadn't seen that config step fly by
02:26 plobsing yes, apparently darwin's math.h defines an INFINITY, but it doesn't play nice
02:26 plobsing my assumption: if you're system defines INFINITY and NAN, they will work
02:26 plobsing s/you're/your/
02:27 kid51 Here's the Smolder: http://smolder.parrot.org/app​/projects/report_details/446
02:28 plobsing the rationale (as described in the commit message and referenced ticket), is that our method of generating these values can generate SIGFPE depending on the processor mode
02:28 plobsing and does on a couple of architectures by default
02:30 hercynium left #parrot
02:30 particle1 joined #parrot
02:30 plobsing kid51: PARROT_HAS_INF_NAN is defined, correct?
02:32 kid51 plobsing: How would I determine that, precisely?
02:32 plobsing it would be defined in include/parrot/has_header.h
02:33 plobsing '#define PARROT_HAS_INF_NAN 1'
02:33 particle left #parrot
02:33 kid51 grep -n HAS_INF_NAN include/parrot/has_header.h
02:33 kid51 128:#define PARROT_HAS_INF_NAN 1
02:35 janus left #parrot
02:35 nopaste "kid51" at 192.168.1.3 pasted "For reference: ppc/math.h" (690 lines) at http://nopaste.snit.ch/24019
02:35 janus joined #parrot
02:35 nopaste "kid51" at 192.168.1.3 pasted "For reference: i386/math.h" (541 lines) at http://nopaste.snit.ch/24020
02:38 plobsing their definitions are exactly identical
02:39 plobsing can you run gdb on a simple program that invokes a sprintf operation on an Inf? (eg: $N0 = 'Inf'; say $N0)
02:39 plobsing break at src/spf_render.c:828
02:40 plobsing actually 833 would be better
02:40 plobsing then 'p thefloat'
02:42 kid51 plobsing Can't do that now because sleep is calling me
02:43 kid51 left #parrot
02:47 plobsing ENOPPC testers
02:50 ash_ left #parrot
02:54 dukeleto plobsing: i actually have a darwin ppc box under my desk
02:54 * dukeleto turns it on
02:54 plobsing oh noes. I'm secretly surrounded!
02:57 mikehh left #parrot
03:09 dukeleto plobsing: it is going to take a little while for me to get the box into a usuable state
03:09 dukeleto plobsing: if you create a TT with code that you want me to run, i can get around to it after dinner, probably
03:10 dalek parrot: r49448 | cotto++ | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c:
03:10 dalek parrot: [profiling] move some stat collection in front of op execution
03:10 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49448/
03:11 mikehh joined #parrot
03:14 sorear how do we feel about using emulators?  parrot testing is fast enough it could work
03:15 plobsing nothing like the real thing, but an emulator could help alleviate our shortage of testers for certain platforms
03:17 plobsing if I ever manage to get my virtual machines managed acceptably, I would consider a Darwin/PPC emulator VM.
03:32 plobsing dukeleto: if you beat me to it (likely, considering the weakness of my sysadmin-fu); it would be helpful if you addressed the first avenue of attack in my last post on TT #1813
03:35 cotto Can someone familiar with the gc tell me what "src/gc/gc_ms2.c:726: failed assertion '_list == _item->owner'
03:35 cotto " might mean?
03:40 cotto seen bacek
03:40 aloha bacek was last seen in msg 9 hours 39 mins ago <private message>.
03:40 cotto seen bacek_at_work
03:40 aloha bacek_at_work was last seen in #parrot 4 hours 14 mins ago saying "GeJ, almost.".
03:41 cotto clock
03:41 cotto clock?
03:41 cotto aloha, clock
03:41 cotto aloha, clock?
03:41 aloha cotto: cotto: LAX: Mon, 20:41 PDT / CHI: Mon, 22:41 CDT / NYC: Mon, 23:41 EDT / UTC: Tue, 03:41 UTC / LON: Tue, 04:41 BST / BER: Tue, 05:41 CEST / TOK: Tue, 12:41 JST / SYD: Tue, 14:41 EST
03:41 aloha cotto: Sorry, I don't know.
03:41 cotto aloha, clock
03:41 cotto aloha, clock?
03:41 aloha cotto: cotto: LAX: Mon, 20:41 PDT / CHI: Mon, 22:41 CDT / NYC: Mon, 23:41 EDT / UTC: Tue, 03:41 UTC / LON: Tue, 04:41 BST / BER: Tue, 05:41 CEST / TOK: Tue, 12:41 JST / SYD: Tue, 14:41 EST
03:41 aloha cotto: I give up.
03:41 plobsing cotto: that assertion occurs at include/parrot/list.h:78
03:42 cotto src/gc/gc_ms2.c:726: failed assertion '_list == _item->owner'
03:42 plobsing presumably the item being removed from the linked list either wasn't added to the list, or was added to another list in the interrim
03:42 plobsing cotto: yes, it's in a macro
03:42 cotto oic
03:47 plobsing (from gdb) look at item->owner and try to guess whether it is valid
03:47 plobsing my hunch: something is overwritting that memory by mistake somewhere
03:54 dukeleto sorear: i think we are pro emulators.
04:02 cotto Sure.  Why not.
04:04 davidfetter joined #parrot
04:05 theory left #parrot
05:13 davidfetter left #parrot
05:17 cotto Hmmm.  libefence doesn't like 0-byte allocations.
05:18 plobsing you can set an env var to make it ignore those
05:19 plobsing EF_ALLOW_MALLOC_0
05:20 cotto this should take care of my pesky "having free memory" problem
05:22 sorear libefence?  people still use that?
05:22 sorear I thought everyone used memcheck now
05:28 plobsing IIUC, memcheck ties into valgrind and requires emulation (slow). libefence allows applications to run native while still catching some bugs.
05:30 cotto no luck with libefence
05:30 cotto memcheck is running, but it could be a while
05:49 AzureSto_ left #parrot
06:08 AzureStone joined #parrot
06:14 plobsing left #parrot
06:21 bacek left #parrot
06:37 Drossel joined #parrot
06:39 Kulag left #parrot
06:57 betterworld left #parrot
07:35 fperrad joined #parrot
07:38 GeJ matin.
08:13 he left #parrot
08:27 cxreg libefence was replaced by duma, more or less
08:31 * cotto had never heard of duma
08:56 allison left #parrot
09:30 he joined #parrot
09:43 contingencyplan left #parrot
09:50 bacek joined #parrot
10:23 ruoso left #parrot
12:07 plobsing joined #parrot
12:08 M_o_C joined #parrot
12:10 whiteknight joined #parrot
12:11 whiteknight good morning, #parrot
12:47 ruoso joined #parrot
12:57 bkuhn joined #parrot
13:00 mikehh left #parrot
13:20 Patterner left #parrot
13:30 Psyche^ joined #parrot
13:30 Psyche^ is now known as Patterner
13:37 PerlPilo1 left #parrot
13:37 PerlJam left #parrot
13:38 PerlPilot left #parrot
13:39 PerlJam joined #parrot
14:05 bkuhn left #parrot
14:15 M_o_C_ joined #parrot
14:16 M_o_C left #parrot
14:32 ash_ joined #parrot
14:34 he left #parrot
14:45 davidfetter joined #parrot
14:45 davidfetter left #parrot
14:51 M_o_C__ joined #parrot
14:51 M_o_C__ left #parrot
14:53 M_o_C_ left #parrot
14:53 M_o_C joined #parrot
15:23 M_o_C_ joined #parrot
15:25 M_o_C left #parrot
15:33 M_o_C_ left #parrot
15:36 M_o_C joined #parrot
15:49 ruoso left #parrot
15:54 fperrad left #parrot
15:56 fperrad joined #parrot
16:04 jsut joined #parrot
16:08 ruoso joined #parrot
16:09 jsut_ left #parrot
16:14 M_o_C left #parrot
16:24 davidfetter joined #parrot
16:35 pyrimidine joined #parrot
16:40 dukeleto TAP::Harness::Archive irks me
16:40 whiteknight why?
16:41 dukeleto it creates a whole bunch of dependencies for something very simple. I think we adopt the simple way Rakudo submits smoke reports, with curl (or we could use LWP::Simple)
16:41 dukeleto whiteknight: tests for the dependencies of it fail on my darwin ppc box
16:41 dukeleto whiteknight: so i have never been able to submit a smoke report from this box
16:42 dukeleto whiteknight: it could be something peculiar to this box, but TAP::Harness::Archive is a huge dependency chain to do a POST request. It is a bit ridiculous.
16:42 dukeleto whiteknight: and it requires any smoke tester to be savvy enough to install it, which makes the people who are willing to smoke parrot a much smaller group, i would imagine
16:43 dukeleto specifically, Compress::Zlib does not like my darwin ppc box, and most of it's test suite fails
16:43 M_o_C joined #parrot
16:44 whiteknight haha, I wasn't expecting such a laundry list of complaints!
16:45 whiteknight but I agree with you, Compress::Zlib routinely fails tests when I install it. I always have to use force
16:46 whiteknight here's the million dollar question though: If you don't like TAP::Harness::Archive, what do we replace it with?
16:47 dukeleto whiteknight: curl or LWP::Simple
16:48 dukeleto whiteknight: rakudo submits smoke reports with curl from their Makefile
16:48 whiteknight can we rely on curl, even on windows platforms?
16:48 dukeleto whiteknight: that is why I suggest LWP
16:48 dukeleto whiteknight: which has been in core perl for a long time
16:48 whiteknight okay. I'm not a huge fan of keeping our build/test infrastructure written in Perl, but you can't argue with the portability
16:48 Coke (smoke tester savvy) that's what Task::Parrot is for.
16:49 Coke "cpanm Task::Parrot" is a pretty low hurdle.
16:50 Coke (you know, assuming Task::Parrot actually contained all the modules we cared about.)
16:52 whiteknight that's still an extra thing to install, and doesn't get around the problems with Compress::Zlib failing tests
16:53 mikehh joined #parrot
16:55 dukeleto it seems that LWP is not core like I thought
16:55 dukeleto Coke: adding more deps doesn't help
16:56 whiteknight LWP isn't core?
16:56 Coke dukeleto: no, but making those deps easy to install does.
16:57 Coke so then we can say "just install <foo>" instead of "foo, bar, baz,"
16:57 dukeleto Coke: the deps fail tests => more fail
16:57 dukeleto whiteknight: corelist says it isn't
16:58 Coke dukeleto: I cannot parse that send.
16:59 dukeleto Coke: the dependencies for TAP::Harness::Archive fail tests. Therefore, no matter how easy we make it to install TAP::Harness::Archive, it doesn't fix this problem.
17:00 Coke Ah.
17:01 Coke must have missed that in the scroll.
17:03 Coke rakudo is using TAP::Harness::Archive, btw.
17:04 Coke unless it changed very recently.
17:07 whiteknight ha. I'm reading over the list of core modules now and I find it a little bit...inconsistent
17:07 whiteknight some of these modules hardly strike me as having central importance
17:09 theory joined #parrot
17:11 Coke is this the corelist for perl5?
17:12 dukeleto Coke: grep curl in rakudo's Makefile
17:13 dukeleto i just force installed TAP::Harness::Archive and now Parrot::Harness::Smoke fails because LWP::UserAgent doesn't exist
17:13 dukeleto sigh.
17:13 dukeleto we actually have a pure-PIR solution to submit smoke reports
17:15 dukeleto examples/io/post.pir <-- we should just use that to submit to smolder => NO DEPS!
17:16 ruoso left #parrot
17:21 atrodo dukeleto> Unless parrot doesn't build
17:23 whiteknight or Parrot fails tests in areas necessary to post the reports
17:23 whiteknight I like the idea of cutting TAP::Harness::Archive out of our test system
17:26 dukeleto atrodo, whiteknight: true. checking for curl/wget or LWP may be a more robust solution
17:26 dukeleto i just submitted a passing smoke report on darwin ppc
17:27 dukeleto msg plobsing passing smoke test on darwin ppc http://smolder.parrot.org/app​/projects/report_details/454
17:27 aloha OK. I'll deliver the message.
17:29 dukeleto it seems that Rakudo just uses curl without even checking if it installed
17:29 whiteknight tsk, tsk
17:31 Tene joined #parrot
17:32 ash_ left #parrot
17:36 Coke dukeleto: grep "::Archive" in rakudo's t/harness.
17:38 Coke TAP::Harness::Archive generates the .tar.gz - curl is used to upload it.
17:41 contingencyplan joined #parrot
17:48 dukeleto Coke: i see that now
18:02 dalek parrot: r49449 | dukeleto++ | trunk/t/tools/create_language.t:
18:02 dalek parrot: [t] Add a TODO test for create_language.pl
18:02 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49449/
18:03 tadzik joined #parrot
18:34 whiteknight that smolder graphs bug is weird
18:35 whiteknight it's also weird to me that 0x0D 0x0A is the start sequence for a PNG image
18:35 whiteknight especially when parts of the html header are delimited by whitespace like that
18:37 whiteknight I wonder what server software smolder.parrot.org is running?
18:48 whiteknight left #parrot
18:54 fperrad left #parrot
18:58 ash_ joined #parrot
19:04 dalek parrot: r49450 | cotto++ | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c:
19:04 dalek parrot: [profiling] move stat collection back, after op execution
19:04 dalek parrot: I'm not sure the previous change was correct and it didn't end up fixing a bug
19:04 dalek parrot: I thought it would.
19:04 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49450/
19:04 dalek parrot: r49451 | cotto++ | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c:
19:04 dalek parrot: [profiling] names of functions that call runcore->output_fn now start with record_
19:04 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49451/
19:18 cotto dukeleto, how big of a project is it to get github commit messages to parrot-commits with a full diff?
19:21 cotto I can feel the profiling runcore getting less confusing by the day.  This is great.
19:28 chromatic joined #parrot
19:29 Coke cotto: ... didn't you write that code?
19:29 cotto yes
19:30 chromatic msg masak Lambdas are branches at the processor level, but the syntax level is important for conceptual understanding, abstraction, encapsulation, and correctness.
19:30 aloha OK. I'll deliver the message.
19:30 cotto That doesn't mean it can't be confusing 6 months later.
19:31 * cotto still has many lessons to learn about managing complexity.
19:33 chromatic Step one: don't.
19:34 M_o_C left #parrot
19:43 atrodo Don't manage the complexity, or don't have the complexity?
19:43 theory left #parrot
19:45 theory joined #parrot
19:47 cotto left #parrot
19:47 cotto joined #parrot
19:48 chromatic Manage simplicity instead!
19:48 GeJ Bonjour everyone.
19:49 * cotto wonders how to simplify timing calculations for nested runloops.
19:51 ash_ like clock ticks?
19:53 cotto whatever's the Parrot_hires_get_time uses
19:53 cotto s/'s the//
19:55 cotto It shoud pick the best available method.
19:56 * cotto discovers that he can put "-Rprofiling" into nqp-rx's makefile
19:57 cotto Actually, I can do that for the Parrot build too.
20:02 luben left #parrot
20:06 dalek parrot: r49452 | cotto++ | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c:
20:06 dalek parrot: [profiling] improve inline pod docs
20:06 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49452/
20:08 tcurtis joined #parrot
20:12 Andy joined #parrot
20:16 tadzik left #parrot
20:16 cognominal left #parrot
20:17 bacek ~~
20:17 bacek aloha, humans
20:19 cotto bacek, aloha
20:19 mikehh how do bacek
20:19 bacek hi cotto mikehh
20:20 mikehh #ps in 10
20:20 cotto right you are
20:20 tcurtis Hi, bacek, cotto, mikehh.
20:24 ash_ left #parrot
20:26 * cotto has a heisenbug
20:27 atrodo cotto> my favorite
20:27 * cotto gives it to atrodo
20:28 atrodo *my favorite to ignore
20:28 atrodo sorry, enter key too close to the e
20:29 cotto nice save
20:46 pyrimidine left #parrot
20:56 plobsing_ joined #parrot
20:56 Coke also, that bug I opened.
20:57 Coke chromatic: your fix to integer to use more init_int broke partcl-old
20:57 Coke (and partcl-new, I think.)
20:57 chromatic Which vtable is the culprit?
21:10 Coke divide is where I saw it.
21:10 Coke (I override division)(
21:10 Coke int <div> float should result in a float, not an int.
21:10 Coke (for tcl)
21:10 chromatic That should be easy to fix.
21:11 Coke here's hoping.
21:13 Coke -> offline
21:36 nwellnhof joined #parrot
21:42 mikehh moritz: ping
21:44 mikehh aloha msg moritz it seems like a good idea to bring purl back here for a bit, at least until aloha is ready for prime time
21:44 aloha mikehh: OK. I'll deliver the message.
21:45 allison joined #parrot
21:57 davidfetter left #parrot
22:01 tcurtis left #parrot
22:05 Coke AIIIIIIIIRRRRRRRGH
22:05 Coke -1 on bringing purl back.
22:05 cotto She had some useful features and state that aloha hasn't inherited yet.
22:06 cotto mostly state
22:06 mikehh Coke: aloha is NOT ready for prime time yety and purl has a lot of other functionality
22:07 Coke still, -1 from me.
22:07 Coke though my ARGH is directed at chromatic's request for PIR.
22:07 mikehh even if she can be annoying :-}
22:08 Coke left #parrot
22:08 cotto We should start a wiki page for required bot features.
22:09 mikehh karma, messaging, answer questions, not be too annoying, time
22:09 mikehh as in clock
22:09 cotto clock?
22:09 cotto aloha, clock?
22:09 aloha cotto: cotto: LAX: Tue, 14:36 PDT / CHI: Tue, 16:36 CDT / NYC: Tue, 17:36 EDT / UTC: Tue, 21:36 UTC / LON: Tue, 22:36 BST / BER: Tue, 23:36 CEST / TOK: Wed, 06:36 JST / SYD: Wed, 08:36 EST
22:09 aloha cotto: I give up.
22:10 kid51 joined #parrot
22:10 nopaste left #parrot
22:10 TonyC left #parrot
22:12 mikehh better than last time I looked, but needs better messaging as in message erase and stuff, and also ...? queries, like lorito? or something
22:12 * cotto points mikehh at the wiki
22:13 mikehh and the time is off
22:14 plobsing_ left #parrot
22:15 kid51 on aloha, I have not been able to get "messages erase" ... but messages eventually seem to "age out"
22:20 PacoLinux left #parrot
22:22 kid51 left #parrot
22:36 chromatic Coke, alternately can you show me the Tcl PMC with the HLL map to Integer?
22:38 nwellnhof left #parrot
22:40 bacek_at_work ~~
22:41 cotto ~~
22:42 plobsing /\//\/
22:43 TonyC joined #parrot
22:44 bacek_at_work plobsing, it's other way around! /\\/\//
22:44 luben joined #parrot
22:45 plobsing ENOTAREGEX # it was an attempt at a sawtooth, but it's clipped beyond all recognition
22:46 TonyC nopaste.snit.ch will be down for 4-5 hours due to a power outage
22:48 bacek_at_work http://cplusplus-soup.com/2010/10/04/clang-gc/
22:48 bacek_at_work Yes folks, if you’re on UNIX-like platforms (Mac, BSD, Linux) then you’re in luck: the clang project in its latest release (version 2.8) is now considered a production-ready compiler for C++
22:51 dngor_ joined #parrot
22:52 bacek_at_work mikehh, aloha does have "Infobot" plugin.
22:52 bacek_at_work aloha, lorito?
22:52 aloha bacek_at_work: lorito is "little parrot" in spanish or http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/wiki/Lorito
22:53 mikehh bacek_at_work: gettin' better n better
22:53 mikehh how do you tell aloha to remember somethin'
22:53 bacek_at_work mikehh, aloha just not so annoying as purl and will not respond without asking.
22:53 bacek_at_work mikehh, just tell her
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo?
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: I have no idea.
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo is bar
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: Okay.
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo?
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: foo is bar
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo is also baz
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: Okay.
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo?
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: foo is bar or baz
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, forget foo
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: I forgot about foo.
22:54 mikehh excell;ent!
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo?
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: Dunno.
22:54 bacek_at_work foo is bar
22:54 bacek_at_work aloha, foo?
22:54 aloha bacek_at_work: foo is bar
22:55 dngor left #parrot
22:55 bacek_at_work hmm. I did switch passive learning by cotto++ request few weeks ago.
22:55 mikehh now all we need is to tell her stuff
22:55 bacek_at_work karma cotto
22:55 aloha cotto has karma of 12.
22:55 dngor_ is now known as dngor
22:55 bacek_at_work explain cotto
22:55 aloha positive: | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c: (dalek), | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c: (dalek), | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c: (dalek); negative: nothing; overall: 12.
22:55 bacek_at_work mikehh, yes :)
22:56 mikehh aloha clock?
22:56 aloha mikehh: mikehh: LAX: Tue, 15:22 PDT / CHI: Tue, 17:22 CDT / NYC: Tue, 18:22 EDT / UTC: Tue, 22:22 UTC / LON: Tue, 23:22 BST / BER: Wed, 00:22 CEST / TOK: Wed, 07:22 JST / SYD: Wed, 09:22 EST
22:56 aloha mikehh: Sorry, I don't know.
22:56 bacek_at_work mikehh, known bug...
22:56 mikehh why don't she know and the clock is 33 minutes slow
22:56 aloha left #parrot
22:57 aloha joined #parrot
22:57 mikehh 43 minutes now
22:57 mikehh ARRGGHHH 34
22:57 bacek_at_work mikehh, aloha running on VM. Which has some problem with ntpd.
22:57 bacek_at_work aloha, clock?
22:57 aloha bacek_at_work: bacek_at_work: LAX: Tue, 15:57 PDT / CHI: Tue, 17:57 CDT / NYC: Tue, 18:57 EDT / UTC: Tue, 22:57 UTC / LON: Tue, 23:57 BST / BER: Wed, 00:57 CEST / TOK: Wed, 07:57 JST / SYD: Wed, 09:57 EST
22:57 aloha bacek_at_work: Sorry, I don't know.
22:57 mikehh better
23:16 Andy left #parrot
23:31 mikehh All tests PASS (pre/post-config, make corevm/make coretest, smoke (#456) fulltest) at r49452 - Kubuntu 10.10 RC amd64 (g++-4.5)
23:32 kid51 joined #parrot
23:33 kid51 ~~
23:35 mikehh kid51: hi there
23:36 kid51 mikehh: Yo!
23:40 GeJ heya kid51.
23:41 dalek parrot: r49453 | cotto++ | trunk/src/runcore/profiling.c:
23:41 dalek parrot: [profiling] disambiguate variable names
23:41 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49453/
23:41 dalek parrot: r49454 | plobsing++ | trunk (6 files):
23:41 dalek parrot: revert commits r49425, r49427, r49428, r49430, and r49431 as discussed on #ps
23:41 dalek parrot: these commits cause test failures on darwin/ppc/g++
23:41 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49454/
23:41 dalek parrot: r49455 | plobsing++ | branches/infnan:
23:41 dalek parrot: creating branch to resolve inf/nan constant generation issues
23:41 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49455/
23:41 kid51 GeJ:  hello
23:41 kid51 plobsing:  thanks!
23:50 plobsing kid51: can you confirm that this resolves TTs #1813-1815?
23:50 ash_ joined #parrot
23:54 kid51 I'm testing on Darwin/PPC (with my customary config options, i.e., g==) now.
23:54 kid51 Once that's done, I'll checkout branch and see if the problem lies with g++
23:54 kid51 s/g==/g++/
23:55 plobsing g gets too much karma
23:55 kid51 This will take a while as this box is, by today's standards, small.
23:56 dalek parrot: r49456 | jkeenan++ | branches/tt1810_missing_step_tests:
23:56 dalek parrot: Creating branch to work on TT #1810: reduce noise from missing step tests.
23:56 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49456/
23:56 dalek parrot: r49457 | plobsing++ | branches/infnan (4 files):
23:56 dalek parrot: import commits r49425, r49427, r49428, r49430, and r49431 for further review and testing
23:56 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49457/
23:56 dalek parrot: r49458 | plobsing++ | branches/infnan/config/auto (3 files):
23:56 dalek parrot: forgot to add actual configure step
23:56 dalek parrot: review: http://trac.parrot.org/parrot/changeset/49458/

| Channels | #parrot index | Today | | Search | Google Search | Plain-Text | summary

Parrot | source cross referenced