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tag: 2012.07
Commits on Jul 19, 2012
  1. @masak

    [release] bump VERSION

    masak authored
    This is Rakudo Perl 2012.07
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    [docs/announce/2012.07] ...on Str

    masak authored
    moritz++
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    [docs/announce/2012.07] updated

    masak authored
  7. @masak

    [docs/ChangeLog] de-duplicated anon subsets

    masak authored
    It's good to have to re-read this list for the announcement. :)
  8. @moritz

    brush up ChangeLog

    moritz authored
Commits on Jul 16, 2012
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Commits on Jul 14, 2012
  1. @moritz
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  3. @moritz

    [IO] implement binary slurp

    moritz authored
    also coerce filename to Str before unboxing. Should avoid the LTA error message
    reported in RT #114124
Commits on Jul 12, 2012
  1. @moritz
  2. @szabgab @moritz

    change most of the Test.pm functions to return their truth value and …

    szabgab authored moritz committed
    …test this in the sanity test
  3. @felher @moritz

    add X::Numeric::Real

    felher authored moritz committed
    Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <moritz@faui2k3.org>
  4. @pmichaud
  5. @pmichaud

    Revise Version.Str / .gist / .perl .

    pmichaud authored
    After thinking about it a bit more, I'm of the opinion that
    $version.Str should produce a string that doesn't include
    a leading 'v'.  The .gist form does have a leading 'v', however,
    so C< say $version > still does what one expects.
    
    When putting a version in the middle of a string we'll often want
    to exclude any leading 'v' (e.g., when generating filenames),
    it's much easier to add a 'v' when it's needed than it is to
    eliminate one we don't want.  Also, the form without the
    leading 'v' is the only one that can (so far) reliably have
    much chance of round-tripping back into Version.new(...),
    since alphabetics in strings arguments to Version.new are meaningful.
    
    At the moment the spec is somewhat silent on this topic, so
    I'm hoping this will make more sense.  If not, a spec
    clarification or some official tests will let us know how to
    improve it.  :-)
Commits on Jul 11, 2012
  1. @pmichaud
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    Switch compiler to use Version.new(Str) instead of Version.new(@array).

    pmichaud authored
    Also aligns closer to STD.pm6.
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Commits on Jul 9, 2012
  1. @moritz

    do not use a nested class for Backtrace::Frame (take 2)

    moritz authored
    mostly so that .WHAT gives the full name
    
    Now without infinite recursion in the backtrace printer
    (contains a workaround for RT #114034)
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  6. @pmichaud

    Revert "do not use a nested class for Backtrace::Frame"

    pmichaud authored
    This reverts commit 138213a.
    On my system it causes S02-literals/autoref.t and
    S02-literals/pairs.t to each run for over two minutes
    (consuming a fair bit of memory), and halts the rest of
    the spectest process.
Commits on Jul 8, 2012
  1. @moritz

    do not use a nested class for Backtrace::Frame

    moritz authored
    mostly so that .WHAT gives the full name
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Commits on Jul 7, 2012
  1. @pmichaud
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