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Commits on Dec 20, 2012
  1. Carl Mäsak

    [docs/announce/2012.12] new download URLs

    masak authored
    Because GitHub has de-provided their upload function.
  2. Carl Mäsak

    [release] bump VERSION

    masak authored
  3. Carl Mäsak

    [release] bump NQP revision

    masak authored
  4. Carl Mäsak
  5. Carl Mäsak

    [docs/announce/2012.12] autothreding improvement

    masak authored
    jnthn++ is right; an order-of-magnitude faster is massive
    and should have a mention.
  6. Carl Mäsak

    [docs/announce/2012.12] wording fix

    masak authored
    timotimo++ suggested.
  7. Carl Mäsak

    [docs/announce/2012.12] comma fix

    masak authored
    diakopter++ noticed.
  8. Carl Mäsak

    [docs/announce/2012.12] added

    masak authored
Commits on Dec 18, 2012
  1. timo

    replace .panic: "missing..." with .missing: ...

    timo authored Moritz Lenz committed
    Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <mlenz@noris.net>
  2. timo

    throw Missing on repeat without while/until.

    timo authored Moritz Lenz committed
    Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <mlenz@noris.net>
  3. timo

    throw X::Item for @a[NaN] or Inf.

    timo authored Moritz Lenz committed
    Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <moritz@faui2k3.org>
  4. Jonathan Worthington
  5. Jonathan Worthington

    Deprecations update.

    jnthn authored
  6. Moritz Lenz
  7. Moritz Lenz

    fix typo, japhb++

    moritz authored
  8. Moritz Lenz
Commits on Dec 17, 2012
  1. Jonathan Worthington

    Update ChangeLog.

    jnthn authored
  2. Jonathan Worthington

    Remove completed item.

    jnthn authored
  3. Jonathan Worthington
  4. Jonathan Worthington
  5. timo Moritz Lenz

    .perl Enums correctly, too.

    timo authored moritz committed
    Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <moritz@faui2k3.org>
Commits on Dec 16, 2012
  1. Jonathan Worthington

    Align variable checking with how STD does it.

    jnthn authored
    This fixes the bug where @/%/& sigil variables interpolated in strings
    were not checked properly, leading to NPMCA at runtime.
  2. Jonathan Worthington
  3. Jonathan Worthington

    Update ChangeLog.

    jnthn authored
  4. Jonathan Worthington

    Remove completed item.

    jnthn authored
  5. timo Jonathan Worthington

    properly .perl nested Enums/Pairs

    timo authored jnthn committed
  6. Jonathan Worthington

    Move a sorry back to a panic for now.

    jnthn authored
    Follow-up error actually seems to be worse, and STD spits internal
    errors on a program just containing "@" anyway.
  7. Jonathan Worthington

    Remove unrequired space.

    jnthn authored
  8. Jonathan Worthington

    Missing return values.

    jnthn authored
  9. Jonathan Worthington
  10. Jonathan Worthington

    Use %*MYSTERY to report [un|post]declared symbols.

    jnthn authored
    Means we can correctly report post-declared types and give better
    output, much closer to how STD has it. A couple of regressions in
    spectest.
  11. Jonathan Worthington
  12. Jonathan Worthington

    Start recording mystery symbols.

    jnthn authored
    Factored in a similar way to %*MYSTERY in STD. However, it keyed just
    on name. This isn't quite enough, as it fails to distinguish the same
    names in different scopes, meaning mysteries can be resolved wrongly.
    To avoid this, we'll try keying on name and scope ID in Rakudo, so we
    collect together obvious dupes, but hopefully can get righter results.
    
    Information not used for anything just yet.
  13. Jonathan Worthington

    Proper handling of sorry and worry.

    jnthn authored
    Makes worry just report the potential difficulties (so redeclaration
    of a variable is just a warning now, as STD has it), and sorry keeps
    going and just collects together the errors up to a limit, then gives
    them at the end or when there's a panic. Slightly different factoring
    to STD since we have typed exceptions, but produces the same kind of
    output.
  14. Jonathan Worthington

    Add X::Comp::Group.

    jnthn authored
    It's used for when the compilation can produce multiple issues. With
    this we'll be able to present those the parser can survive together,
    rather than having the user have to get them one by one. Also will do
    the rendering of warnings.
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