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Refactor binary accessor #103

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jmthomas commented Apr 3, 2015

My last commit was to add the cast to Integer and Float to match the existing behavior.

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jmthomas commented Apr 7, 2015

@ryanatball please review. I'm able to build and run successfully on Windows 7 in Ruby 2.0.0p481, Ruby 2.1.5p273, and Ruby 2.2.1p85. Not sure why Travis is having problems. The output isn't very helpful.

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coveralls commented Apr 16, 2015

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Coverage decreased (-0.11%) to 91.23% when pulling 2742b98 on refactor_binary_accessor into ff0aa29 on master.

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coveralls commented Apr 16, 2015

Coverage Status

Coverage decreased (-0.11%) to 91.23% when pulling 2742b98 on refactor_binary_accessor into ff0aa29 on master.

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Coverage decreased (-0.1%) to 91.24% when pulling 258ec87 on refactor_binary_accessor into ff0aa29 on master.

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Coverage decreased (-0.1%) to 91.24% when pulling 258ec87 on refactor_binary_accessor into ff0aa29 on master.

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ryanatball commented Apr 16, 2015

This is now complete and approved.

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jmthomas commented on ext/cosmos/ext/structure/structure.c in 2742b98 Apr 17, 2015

Is this code needed to be able to call RSTRING_LEN? Because I have the exact same call in the STRING/BLOCK on line 895. I think we need both because if the bit_size > 0 then the second call still does something. I assume the call to RB_TYPE_P is fast.

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ryanatball replied Apr 17, 2015

Yep. Need to make sure it is a string before calling RSTRING_x or can seg fault.

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jmthomas commented on ext/cosmos/ext/structure/structure.c in 2742b98 Apr 17, 2015

Is this just an optimization to avoid calling rb_intern each time?

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ryanatball replied Apr 17, 2015

Yes. Saves a function call every time.

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jmthomas commented Apr 17, 2015

I benchmarked your changes (which obviously were necessary) and you're actually faster overall (by 1.00082) although some specs are slightly slower. Thanks for all the extra work on this. I thought I was a lot closer than I was. :-)

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