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00:53 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmcqS by [Andrew Gerrand] in 2 subdirs of go/
-- doc: variable-width layout
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00:58 < gregc> My Go program has a memory leak, but I can't figure out what
is causing it...
00:59 < gregc> I can use 6prof to see which functions are hogging compute
time...  (and I recently figured out how to have pprof output nice looking
graphviz graphs.)
01:00 < gregc> But I don't know how to find the memory leak.
01:00 < gregc> I don't know much about GDB, but it seems like it might be
useful...  Is it possible to use GDB with Go?
01:01 < jhawk28> found this tshirt at Target today...
http://photos.fosterj.com/Children/Caleb/13839580_bXCdy#1017353254
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01:01 < jhawk28> I couldn't resist
01:01 < gregc> That's fun.  You bought it then?
01:01 < jhawk28> of course
01:03 < jhawk28> gregc: I think gdb works if you compile with gccgo
01:06 < jhawk28> http://golang.org/doc/gccgo_install.html#Debugging
01:09 < gregc> Okay, I will try using gccgo sometime then.  Thanks!
01:10 < jhawk28> not sure, but can you use
http://golang.org/pkg/runtime/pprof/
01:17 < gregc> Cool, I will try that too, thanks!
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01:38 < enferex> why hello jhawk28
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01:40 < jhawk28> hey enferex
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01:51 < gregc> Okay...  so I threw a call to pprof.WriteHeapSize(file) into
my program, and I can look at the resulting files with pprof..
01:52 < gregc> But they say that the whole heap is 140 Mb
01:52 < gregc> And I know exactly where 100 Mb is coming from.  (A
transposition table.)
01:52 < gregc> And the other 40 Mb seems reasonable for the rest of the
program to be using.
01:53 < gregc> But, the System Monitor says that my process is using up 350
Mb!!!!
01:53 < gregc> So...  I don't know what is happening to those other 200 Mb.
01:55 < gregc> This is kind of frustrating...
01:55 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmgdX by [Andrew Gerrand] in
go/misc/dashboard/builder/ -- misc/dashboard/builder: fix bug that caused old
revisions to be rebuilt
01:57 < Tv> gregc: there's other kinds of "using memory" than heap -- maybe
it's mmaped libraries
01:58 < gregc> Hmm, what are mmaped libraries?
01:59 < enferex> gregc: memory-mapped into the heap
02:00 < enferex> meaning tha the library is resident in memory and does not
have to be plucked from disk (well unless its being swapped)
02:00 < gregc> Okay.  I don't think I'm using any library that is out of the
ordinary though.
02:01 < Tv> ordinary libraries are mmapped ;)
02:02 < Tv> you need to understand what your "System Monitor" is telling
you, to make progress
02:03 < gregc> (It's just the default Ubuntu Gnome system monitor.)
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02:09 < gregc> thanks for the help jhawk28, enferex and Tv
02:09 < gregc> i'll worry about this another time
02:09 < gregc> it's bedtime for me :)
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02:28 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmiAB by [Nigel Tao] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/exp/ -- exp/4s, exp/nacl/av: sync to recent exp/draw changes.
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02:44 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmjsK by [Russ Cox] in 3 subdirs of go/ --
cgo: bug fixes
02:45 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmjsO by [Russ Cox] in 2 subdirs of go/ --
build: fixes for native arm build
02:45 < enferex> Im looking more into go, specifically the basic escape
analysis used.  I know a basic form exists, you can return an address of a
stack/local variable.  Ive browsed walk.c for the garbage collector.  But aside
from that, wouldn't there be a separate escape analysis performed at compile-time?
02:46 < Namegduf> enferex: The escape analysis at prsent is "do you take the
address of the variable"
02:46 < Namegduf> If you do, it is allocated on the stack.
02:46 < Namegduf> Er, heap.
02:49 < enferex> Namegduf: thank you
02:49 < enferex> Namegduf: Where would this be located in the source tree?
02:49 < Namegduf> I'm afraid I don't know.
02:50 < enferex> thank you
02:50 < enferex> i think gc/walk.c is the spot
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03:01 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmknH by [Roger Peppe] in go/src/pkg/strings/
-- strings: fix minor bug in LastIndexFunc
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05:22 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmrP3 by [Andrew Gerrand] in
go/misc/dashboard/builder/ -- misc/dashboard/builder: -cmd for user-specified
build command
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05:39 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmsL7 by [Russ Cox] in 4 subdirs of go/ --
build: make all.bash run on Ubuntu ARM
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06:11 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmuBk by [Anthony Martin] in go/src/pkg/fmt/
-- fmt: support '*' for width or precision
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06:28 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmvvL by [Robert Griesemer] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/ -- suffixarray: a package for creating suffixarray-based indexes
06:28 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmvvT by [Andrew Gerrand] in go/src/pkg/http/
-- http: escape _all_ reserved characters as per the RFC
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07:00 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fmxlJ by [Andrew Gerrand] in go/src/pkg/http/
-- http: don't always escape all reserved chars (fix build)
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08:12 < enferex> Question about the plan9 compiler object file.  What format
is it in.  Is there any any doc explaining the format of this file, alternatively
I have been investigting how the object file is produced, e.g.  src/cmd/gc/obj.c
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09:03 * nsf updated the README for gocode, now with bells and whistles:
http://github.com/nsf/gocode/blob/master/README.md
09:03 < nsf> :P
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09:34 < tux21b> hi again :)
09:34 < tux21b> is it already possible to compile go sources inside of go?
09:35 < tux21b> e.g.  some kind of go.Compile(source) function?  :)
09:36 < Tonnerre> .oO(Gompiler)
09:37 < tux21b> »gompiler« sounds create, but that term isn't indexed by
google right now.  was it just a brilliant idea of you?  :)
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09:38 < Tonnerre> Precisely
09:38 < nsf> gompiler..  I like it
09:39 < nsf> tux21b: no, it's not possible currently
09:39 < nsf> and probably will never be
09:39 < Tonnerre> I guess with the llvm implementation that goal gets closer
09:39 < tux21b> because dynamic loading isn't possible right now too?
09:39 < Tonnerre> nsf, sure?
09:39 < nsf> Tonnerre: I think so
09:40 < Tonnerre> I would have thought it's sufficiently simple to abuse
llvm
09:40 < nsf> tux21b: well, everything is possible, but there is nothing
usable yet
09:40 < nsf> except the gccgo
09:40 < nsf> it is able to use .so
09:41 < tux21b> so, as soon as there is dynamic loading (in 6g) and an go
binding for 6g it will be possible, won't it?
09:41 < nsf> no
09:41 < nsf> in order to compile go code on the fly you need to have:
09:42 < nsf> a) the compiler built-in
09:42 < nsf> b) the access to the standard library
09:42 < nsf> Go is not a python or ruby or even java/.NET
09:42 < nsf> it's a compiled language
09:43 < tux21b> i know, but i would like to have a compiled language which
is behaving like Python :D
09:43 < Tonnerre> Well but maybe with llvm and compiling to an anonymous
function…
09:43 < nsf> which means that the runtime is so tiny that it fits inside
each executable
09:43 < nsf> tux21b: "behaving like Python" is too abstract
09:43 < nsf> in a wide sense in means being slow also
09:43 < Tonnerre> I wouldn't want Go to behave like Python ;)
09:43 < Namegduf> You want to have a compiled language which isn't compiled?
09:44 < Tonnerre> nsf, and inconsistent
09:44 < tux21b> i know, i just would like to be able to compile on the fly
09:44 < nsf> it*
09:44 < Namegduf> You want a compiled language which lets you add code on
the fly.
09:44 < Namegduf> Not a JITed language, but a true compiled language?
09:44 < Namegduf> That's...  well, a tall order.
09:45 < Namegduf> And not something you can straightforwardly do in an
equivalent fashion to non-compiled languages.
09:45 < Tonnerre> Namegduf, well, I think that it would be possible with an
(external) llvm to compile a go object and load it and run a function from it
09:46 < Namegduf> Yeah.
09:46 < tux21b> but i don't see the problem.  assuming i've a string with a
source, then i might be able to invoke 6g (e.g.  with popen, as long as there are
no bindings) to create a module
09:46 < nsf> tux21b: that will be possible
09:46 < tux21b> and after that, assuming that go will support dynamic
loading once, i might be able to load it
09:47 < nsf> but it adds requirement for users of your application
09:47 < nsf> of having Go compiler environment installed
09:47 < tux21b> but it would be possible, wouldn't it?  (assuming the
dynamic loading part)
09:47 < nsf> yes
09:48 < tux21b> and instead of "Popen" there might be once a 6g package with
a Compile function and probably a CompileAndLoad()
09:48 < tux21b> which would be exactly what i want :D
09:48 < nsf> I don't think so
09:49 < nsf> well, techinally nothing stops you from writing one
09:49 < nsf> but I don't think that go devs will do that
09:50 < nsf> maybe I'm wrong
09:50 < tux21b> let's see.  you can never know ;)
09:50 < nsf> true
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12:33 < HollyRain> hi!  which is the best way to get the first line of a
file (and, in my case, the only one)?  file.Read or bufio?
12:34 < nsf> I think bufio
12:34 < HollyRain> ok, thx
12:34 < nsf> and if you know that this is a shebang line for example
12:34 < nsf> which usually has more or less the same size
12:35 < nsf> you can tweak internal buffer size for bufio reader
12:35 < nsf> but that's an extreme
12:35 < nsf> you don't need that probably :)
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12:36 < HollyRain> not, at least not by now but it's god to know it
12:37 < enferex> I cannot seem to find a format specification for the PLan9
object files, that the gc produces.  Any hints?
12:37 < nsf> enferex: have you asked on the ML?
12:38 < enferex> No I have not.
12:38 < enferex> Probably a good idea ;)
12:38 < nsf> you should try that :)
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13:00 < nsf> hehe, I don't use goinstall and because of that I have to fix
others people code, because they use weird import specs with websites in their
names
13:00 < nsf> :\
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13:02 < Boney> j/win 1
13:02 < Boney> err.
13:05 < skelterjohn> nsf: I use goinstall, but also the packages I create
have the goinstall import as their target
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13:05 < skelterjohn> so it's consistent whether you install it with
goinstall or make install
13:06 < nsf> yes, but I don't like these ugly names
13:06 < nsf> because I can't remember them
13:06 < skelterjohn> i do a lot of copy/paste, it's true
13:06 < nsf> of course I can add another autocompletion feature for the
gocode
13:06 < nsf> but I don't think it's a good idea :)
13:07 < skelterjohn> i think having it be able to auto-complete imports
you've typed in the past is a fine idea
13:08 < nsf> I'm thinking about scanning current directory and go std lib
dir
13:08 < nsf> and that's not really a problem
13:08 < nsf> the main problem is a context detection
13:09 < nsf> I need to detect somehow that the user's cursor is inside the
import statement
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13:09 < skelterjohn> right - that's why i said ones you've typed in the past
13:09 < skelterjohn> rather than just ones that are available
13:09 < skelterjohn> oh, i didn't understand you
13:09 < nsf> and he/she wants the autocompletion for that
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13:09 < skelterjohn> why is that a hard problem?
13:09 < nsf> I think that's the most tricky part for autocompletion
13:10 < nsf> detecting a context and converting a broken source code to the
correctly parseable
13:10 < skelterjohn> why is it harder than similar things you've already
done?
13:10 < nsf> skelterjohn: because things I've done are stupid :)
13:10 < nsf> it's very easy to break it
13:10 < skelterjohn> :)
13:11 < nsf> for example something like: 'myObject .method().'
13:11 < nsf> will not work
13:11 < nsf> because of the space in the middle
13:12 < nsf> current context detection is very naive
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13:12 < nsf> I think I need to improve it somehow
13:13 < nsf> well, in a perfect sense I need to implement tokenizer that
works backwards :)
13:13 < skelterjohn> lol
13:13 < skelterjohn> not sure what that means
13:13 < skelterjohn> but it sounds appropriate
13:13 < nsf> go/scanner
13:13 < nsf> but works backwards
13:14 < skelterjohn> i understood the words
13:14 < nsf> I don't even know is it possible or not :)
13:14 < skelterjohn> just not the meaning
13:14 < nsf> well, token definition is described in terms of regular
expressions usually
13:14 < nsf> it it's possible to make a reverse regular expression
13:15 < nsf> then I think it's possible to implement tokenizer that works
backwards :)
13:15 < exch> I presume you mean it tokenizes the code from the cursor
position (or at least the nearest word/token boundary to that) and then back to
the start of the code until you find something you can use?
13:15 < nsf> yes
13:15 < nsf> the problem with go, that it also uses ';' insertion
13:15 < nsf> it can be a problem
13:16 < nsf> I think I will have to improvise somehow
13:16 < nsf> like finding a good point
13:16 < nsf> and tokenizing in a usual way
13:16 < nsf> and then processing tokens in a reverse direction
13:17 < exch> hmm
13:17 < nsf> maybe the beginning of the line is good for a role of that
point
13:18 < wrtp> nsf: that's exactly what i was going to suggest...
13:18 < nsf> :)
13:18 < wrtp> or maybe the beginning of the nearest braced-block
13:18 < nsf> yep
13:18 < nsf> that's true too
13:18 < nsf> in fact what I need is a symbol
13:18 < nsf> that can't be a part of the expression
13:19 < nsf> and "expression" in slightly different sense
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13:19 < nsf> for example: a = b.myField + c.myField.
13:19 < wrtp> life becomes easier if the source code is parseable in its
entirety
13:19 < nsf> here the symbol is '+'
13:20 < nsf> because I will work only with 'c.myField.' expression
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13:20 < nsf> nope, I guess the backwards thing is a better idea
13:20 < wrtp> yes, that'll work because go subexpressions are independent of
the enclosing expression...  i think
13:21 < wrtp> rather than write a backwards parser, you could just scan
backwards, doing a forwards scan each time, until the parse tree holds the point
you're interested in
13:21 < nsf> you see, currently I'm following simple scheme: if I see ')'
I'm skipping to the corresponding '(', the same for '['..  other valid entities
are an identifier and a dot ('.')
13:21 < nsf> and that's basically it
13:22 < nsf> all I need to do
13:22 < nsf> is to add a space skipper here
13:22 < nsf> in order to be able to process things like 'c .myField().'
13:22 < nsf> but I have to be careful on the other hand
13:22 < nsf> 'c c.MyField().'
13:23 < nsf> ugh..  so..  yeah
13:23 < nsf> I should take the tokens-based approach
13:23 < nsf> and be a bit smarter
13:23 < wrtp> i don't think you have to be so clever...
13:23 < nsf> yes, there is not so many cases
13:23 < nsf> are*
13:23 < wrtp> just use the existing parser, but start it from successively
earlier positions in the source code
13:24 < nsf> hm..
13:24 < nsf> probably a good idea too
13:24 < wrtp> it's O(n^2) but n will be small
13:24 < wrtp> then you don't have to update your code when the parser
changes
13:24 < nsf> but that's the part of the problem
13:24 < nsf> the other major issue that bothers me
13:24 < nsf> is converting broken code to a correctly parseable code
13:25 < nsf> it gives a lot of errors in gocode
13:25 < exch> you have to understand what exactly is broken
13:25 < wrtp> the parser does quite a good job in general, i found
13:25 < nsf> or should I say absence of that
13:25 < nsf> wrtp: yes
13:25 < nsf> but sometimes it's even critical
13:25 < nsf> e.g.  throws gocode to a panic :)
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13:26 < nsf> I have no idea how can I improve that in a smart way
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13:26 < nsf> exch: true
13:27 < nsf> and that's a big problem
13:27 < nsf> hehe, or I can say "sorry" and leave it all as it is
13:27 < nsf> :D
13:28 < exch> :P
13:31 < nsf> context-sensitive autocompletion is an interesting area, but
imho it's like modern games' graphics..  full of hacks..  god, I hate hacks..
hack is an opposite of beauty >_<
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13:43 < wrtp> call it "heuristic" and it might sound better to you :-)
13:45 < nsf> well, I think about autocompletion that way in general..  if it
works - good, if not - well..  fine
13:45 < nsf> no one dies
13:45 < nsf> or did you mean the "hack" thing?
13:46 < wrtp> yeah, i meant the hack thing
13:46 < nsf> nah..  hacks are hacks
13:46 < nsf> they are bad
13:46 < nsf> context doesn't matter :)
13:48 < wrtp> if you've got an impossible problem (and yours is, in general,
i think) then hacks/heuristics are the only way out
13:48 < nsf> true
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13:53 < wrtp> anyway, as you say, best effort is good enough.  it's like
search.
13:56 < nsf> personally I like the way it is
13:56 < nsf> and I haven't heard any rants regarding gocode
13:56 < nsf> two options are possible
13:56 < nsf> 1.  it's good enough for others too
13:56 < nsf> 2.  no one uses it :D
13:57 < nsf> I tend to think 2 is more likely the variant
13:57 < nsf> but also I think I'm wrong
13:57 < nsf> hehe
13:58 < nsf> we'll see, after all go user base is relatively small
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14:04 < tux21b> Can somebody help using path.Walk and/or channel handling
please?  The last error message is never shown...
http://paste.pocoo.org/show/265738/
14:06 < nsf> tux21b: well, it's obvious
14:06 < nsf> you have to wait for all goroutines
14:06 < tux21b> ah ok
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14:06 < nsf> therefore using some kind of a primitive channel-based sync is
a good idea
14:06 < nsf> like:
14:06 < tux21b> is there a easier way in this particular example (= just
outputting the error to stderr?)
14:06 < nsf> done := make(chan bool)
14:07 < nsf> and in each go func():
14:07 < nsf> done <- true
14:07 < tux21b> yes, i got it
14:07 < nsf> and then loop again over args
14:07 < nsf> with:
14:07 < nsf> <-done
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14:07 < nsf> that is a good way to wait for all goroutines
14:08 < tux21b> i think it's quite a lot to write for just outputting an
error.  a lambda routine would have been much shorter...
14:09 < nsf> go uses cooperative scheduling
14:09 < nsf> your last goroutine never gets executed
14:09 < nsf> because scheduler runs on "go" statements
14:09 < nsf> as well as few other statements, but you don't have any of them
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14:10 < tux21b> yes, i got it, but actually i don't really need goroutines
for just outputting an error to stdout...
14:10 < nsf> yes you don't
14:10 < tux21b> at least i would't, but the api forces me...
14:11 < nsf> path.Walk interface seems weird to me
14:11 < nsf> yes
14:12 < nsf> trying to stick the concurrency approach in every hole probably
isn't a good idea :)
14:13 < nsf> but maybe it makes sense here, I don't know
14:14 < tux21b> assuming the API wants a callback func, then i would still
be able to setup an channel and send the error to this channel inside the lambda
14:19 < tux21b> haha, guess what.  path.Walk isn't closing the error
channel, so "done <- true" gets never send
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14:21 < tux21b> ah, but i can close it :D
14:23 < tux21b> channels in such simple APIs are great.  11 loc for a simple
api call to path.Walk
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14:38 < jnwhiteh> tux21b: why do you need 11 lines of code for it?
14:38 < jnwhiteh> care to paste it for us?
14:38 < tux21b> sure, here it is: http://paste.pocoo.org/show/265759/
14:40 < tux21b> I'm currently writing a message on the go-nuts ML, so if you
don't know something easier, i will post it ;)
14:40 < jnwhiteh> one sec
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14:43 < eliteSchaf> hey guys
14:43 < eliteSchaf> is it possible to add a new entry to a map like this
"map[key] = value"??
14:43 < jnwhiteh> eliteSchaf: should be, yes!
14:43 <+iant> yes
14:44 < jnwhiteh> tux21b: I'd do something like this:
http://paste.pocoo.org/show/265762/
14:44 < jnwhiteh> unless you mean to have pseudo-concurrency in the way the
errors were decoupled from the walk
14:45 < tux21b> but then the errors are printed after the execution.  and
actually what i am really trying to do is to start parsing/compiling etc all files
recursively in those directories
14:46 < jnwhiteh> alright, one sec.
14:46 < tux21b> and if that takes some time, the user has to wait quite long
to see that something is missing
14:47 < eliteSchaf> jnwhiteh, well i've got a struct which contains a map.
i create a new struct with new() and then try to add data to the map, but i get
"runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference"
14:48 < eliteSchaf> do i have to initialize the map by myself?
14:48 < jnwhiteh> tux21b: that's a bit more difficult, and its your use case
not the API that's making it complicated =)
14:48 < jnwhiteh> and what you have is close, although I'd probably have
separate error sinks
14:51 < tux21b> jnwhiteh: imho a callback (+ lambda expression) or
visitor.Error method would be better.  And if i really want, i will still be able
to send those errors to channels inside the callbacks
14:51 < jnwhiteh> those are definitely suggestions that could be made to
improve the path.Walk function
14:52 < jnwhiteh> especially if the visitor.Error has a way to abort the
walk
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14:54 <+iant> eliteSchaf: you have to make the map
14:54 <+iant> eliteSchaf: maps start out as nil
14:54 < jnwhiteh> iant: eliteSchaf: sorry, got distracted for a moment =)
14:54 < eliteSchaf> iant, alright thanks
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16:54 < nickaugust> i see a built in command lookup(data, elem) being used
in template that takes data as either struct or map and and element name elem as a
string and returns the value of that field name in the map/struct.  id like to use
lookup() but i dont see it documented anywhere so is it safe to use?
16:58 < nickaugust> iant: you around?  ^^
16:58 < exch> it's not a builtin
16:59 < exch> it's defined in template.go
16:59 < exch> func lookup(v reflect.Value, name string) reflect.Value
17:00 < nickaugust> exch: oh i searched for it...  ah wait you're right!
nevermind!
17:01 < nickaugust> exch: thx
17:01 < exch> np
17:01 < exch> grep ftw :)
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17:02 < nickaugust> exch: i guess my sam regex skills arent up to par with
your greping :)
17:04 < nickaugust> this reflect stuff is making my head hurt
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17:07 < wrtp> nickaugust: it's not too bad once you've got your head around
it, but it's nicer if you can avoid it.
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18:08 < exch> A question about 'best practise'..  I wish to cut arbitrary
chunks of data from a file.  Presumably this would entail reading all the needed
bits into a buffer, truncate it to 0 and the spit out those needed bits.  But that
means loading almost the entire file into memory..  When files range from 2MB to
25MB a piece, that'll pack quite a punch
18:09 < exch> Would be it more acceptable to create a copy of the file on
the drive, truncate the original and then stream the needed bits from the copy to
the original?
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18:11 < exch> actually, never mind
18:12 < exch> I can just do it in the file itself ><
18:12 < exch> I think
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18:23 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fnqM3 by [Robert Griesemer] in
go/src/pkg/index/suffixarray/ -- suffixarray: cleanup per suggestion from Roger
Peppe
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18:50 <+iant> nickaugust: still looking for me?
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19:21 < nickaugust> iant: nope got it.  thanks :) I do have a new question
about the reflect package.  Is it not possible to take a reflect.Value and do a
reflect.StructValue type assertion on it?  I'm getting this error: "impossible
type assertion: r (type reflect.Value) cannot have dynamic type
reflect.StructValue (missing Addr method)" but the reflect.Value should have the
Addr method i thought..  it was returned
19:21 < nickaugust> from reflect.SliceValue.Elem()...
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19:21 < exch> try *reflect.StructValue
19:22 < nickaugust> exch: ill try that thanks
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19:24 < nickaugust> works.  thanks!
19:24 < nickaugust> i swear i can never tell when I need a * or not
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19:25 < nickaugust> because inside an array of structs they are pointers not
actually the structs themselves i assume
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20:40 < nickaugust> impossible type assertion:
r.*StructValue??FieldByName(field) (type reflect.Value) cannot have dynamic type
reflect.StringValue (missing Addr method)
20:40 < nickaugust> what am i doing wrong now?
20:40 < nickaugust> same thing i think...  ugh
20:42 < nickaugust> cannot convert
(r.*StructValue??FieldByName(field)).(*reflect.StringValue) (type
*reflect.StringValue) to type string
20:42 <+iant> that is a strange error message
20:43 < nickaugust> hehe :)
20:43 < nickaugust> this reflect stuff is really tough
20:43 < nickaugust> why cant I just do a type assertion and then use them as
regular objects?
20:43 <+iant> given a *reflect.StringValue, you can get the string by
calling the Get() method
20:44 < nickaugust> ah, sweet.  thanks iant
20:44 <+iant> you can't use them as regular objects because they aren't
regular objects, they are more like references to regular objects
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go/src/pkg/go/ -- gofmt: support for ...  after actual arguments
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21:28 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fnLAS by [Ian Lance Taylor] in
go/src/pkg/http/ -- http: Change redirect test URL, as the old one now fails.
21:28 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fnLB0 by [Russ Cox] in go/test/ -- build: add
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