Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #perl11, 2014-07-09

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07:52 travis-ci [travis-ci] RPerl Commit By Will Braswell. The build passed. http://travis-ci.org/wbraswell/rperl/builds/29482310
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14:12 rurban They changed their IP's because they are serving those static pages now from an external "content distribution network" (which makes sense)
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18:58 Will_the_Chill rurban: oh wow, that is totally news to me, I thought I was the one who messed it up with my latest website update, haha!
19:00 rurban nope. I switched over to gh-pages, but reverted then.
19:01 rurban it was the wrong IP,s and the wrong CNAME in the DNS settings only
19:01 rurban and the repo name was wrong. renamed it to .io. you need to change your remote in .git/.config also
19:01 rurban from com to io
19:05 Will_the_Chill this is my current line:
19:05 Will_the_Chill url = git@github.com:austin-perl-mongers/austin-perl-mongers.github.com.git
19:05 Will_the_Chill what should I change it to?
19:06 rurban com.git => io.git
19:06 rurban that should be all
19:06 rurban and a git pull then for my changes
19:08 Will_the_Chill what about the "git@github.com" part?
19:09 rurban I'll also start my H-M type inferencer soon, written in C. To be used for p2 and perl5 eventually. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindley%E2%80%93Milner_type_system
19:10 rurban git@github.com is ok. only the last part of the repo changed
19:10 Will_the_Chill type inference is good, in RPerl we require types for now
19:11 Will_the_Chill url = git@github.com:austin-perl-mongers/austin-perl-mongers.github.io.git
19:11 Will_the_Chill correct?
19:12 rurban It will be a mix. Most core types should be declared, but using signature info and inference should help. It helps in B::CC which uses a simplier inferencer already
19:12 rurban in B::CC it's 2x speedup I guess
19:13 Will_the_Chill well personally I like to know what types my data use
19:13 Will_the_Chill :-)
19:13 rurban yes, correct
19:13 Will_the_Chill okay I did the git pull origin master
19:13 Will_the_Chill looks like it worked, I got your new README
19:14 rurban since perl is a bit too dynamic and dirty with strings vs nums, not all external sources can be typed.
19:14 rurban autostringification. but B::CC handles that quite well, similar to the POK, IOK, NOK flags internally
19:15 rurban So I treat the variants as seperate local variables
19:17 Will_the_Chill yes RPerl must of course use POK, IOK, NOK flags internally
19:17 Will_the_Chill also I created a few new flags IIRC
19:17 Will_the_Chill I am looking at github more, it looks like you have syncronized gh-pages branch to now contain the correct data from master branch?
19:17 Will_the_Chill is this automated, where I can now push to master branch and it will automatically update gh-pages branch?
19:18 Will_the_Chill or am I supposed to be pushing to gh-pages branch now?
19:21 rurban gh-pages is ignored. we should delete it
19:23 rurban So the basic types are basically str, int, num, undef, av, hv, cv, io, and then the various blessed objects
19:27 rurban av, hv, cv and io are aggregate types, with various subtypes
19:28 rurban io is now handled as object of Filehandle
19:28 rurban regex is also now a proper object
19:29 rurban av can hold the size and type of values, hv the type of values
19:29 rurban and readonly-ness maybe
19:35 Will_the_Chill yes that description of typing is compatible with RPerl
19:36 Will_the_Chill please go ahead and delete the useless gh-pages branch, I'm a little nervous about messing it up

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