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00:46 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fnY2U by [Andrew Gerrand] in go/src/pkg/http/
-- http: fix redirect test for international users
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01:03 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fnYXv by [Roger Peppe] in go/src/pkg/image/ --
exp/draw: add Point.Eq, Point.Mul, Point.Div, Rectangle.Size methods
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01:35 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fo0C1 by [Nigel Tao] in go/src/pkg/netchan/ --
netchan: fix comment typo.
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01:43 < scyth> I'm trying to compile go but I get
01:43 < scyth> Get(http://codesearch.google.com/) got status 200 at
http://codesearch.google.com/, want 200 at http://www.google.com/codesearch
01:43 < scyth> what's wrong there?
01:44 < scyth> --- FAIL: http.TestRedirect
01:51 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fo1BM by [Andrew Gerrand] in 2 subdirs of go/
-- release.2010-09-22
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02:08 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fo305 by [Andrew Gerrand] in go/ -- tag
release.2010-09-22
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02:40 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fo4Us by [Alex Brainman] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/ -- syscall: implement windows version of Utimes()
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03:30 < nf_> can someone with a linux box try downloading and using this?
http://code.google.com/p/go/downloads/detail?name=release.2010-09-22.linux-386.tar.gz&can=2&q=
03:31 < nf_> i want to see if it works in an environment away from where it
was compiled
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03:38 < nsf> nf_: sure :)
03:41 < nsf> hehe, x86_64 binaries
03:42 < nsf> or, wait
03:42 < nsf> it shouldn't be
03:42 < nsf> [nsf @ bin]$ ./8g
03:42 < nsf> bash: ./8g: cannot execute binary file
03:43 < nsf> have no idea why is this happening
03:43 <+iant> 8g could be a 64-bit binary if you built it on a 64-bit host
03:44 < nsf> it looks like it, yeah..  but archive says 386
03:44 < nsf> nf's fault then
03:44 < nf_> it was built on a 64-bit host
03:44 < nsf> go binaries work though
03:45 < nf_> okay that's encouraging
03:45 < nsf> things like cgo, godoc
03:45 <+iant> they were built using 8g and hence are 32-bit binaries
03:45 < nf_> iant: is there a way to make the gcc output 32-bit elfs for the
go compilers?
03:45 < nsf> yes :)
03:45 <+iant> nf_: try setting CC="gcc -m32" in the environment
03:46 <+iant> when running all.bash
03:48 < nsf> nf_: also, don't include .hg dir in future archives :)
03:48 < nsf> I bet it will save a lot of space :)
03:50 < nf_> nsf: that was intentional
03:51 < nf_> nsf: go moves so fast, we want people to be able to hg pull -u
and rebuild
03:51 < nsf> ok :)
03:51 < nf_> nsf: thanks for trying it out
03:51 < nf_> maybe next week i can actually have a working set of release
binaries
03:52 < nsf> sure, when you'll have it just ping me and I'll check it again
03:52 < nf_> the homepage has an elastic layout now, btw
03:52 < nf_> s/homepage/site/
03:52 < nsf> good :)
03:52 < nf_> the front page is still fixed width
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03:53 < nsf> I don't care much about its look actually, even plain ASCII
text works for me :D
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03:55 < nf_> ;)
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03:55 < Boney> nf_: I'm on 64bit linux, How can I tell that it works.
03:57 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fo9ab by [Rob Pike] in 18 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/ -- tests: fix prints
03:58 < Boney> pbone@paper:/tmp/go$ ./test/run
03:58 < Boney> make: ../src/Make.inc: No such file or directory
03:58 < Boney> make: *** No rule to make target `../src/Make.inc'.  Stop.
03:58 < Boney> run: unsupported $GOARCH
03:58 < Boney> meh.
03:58 <+iant> you need to set GOARCH and friends to run test/run directly
03:59 < Boney> I get the same error.
04:00 < Boney> this is for the tarball that nf_ posted.
04:00 <+iant> oh yeah, you need to cd to the test directory
04:06 < Boney> I see a lot of: > exec: 1: 6g: not found
04:06 <+iant> is $GOROOT/bin on your path?
04:07 < Boney> it looks like it's not setup for amd64, and incorrectly setup
for x86 (as nsf discvoered).
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04:15 < nf_> Boney: export these: GOROOT=/path/to/go GOBIN=$GOROOT/bin
GOARCH=386 GOOS=linux and then cd $GOROOT/src && ./run.bash
04:15 < nf_> also there are instructions in the README for setting this up
04:19 < Boney> Do I need to do this just to check your tarball?
04:19 < Boney> when I downloaded it I thought it would be quick and easy to
test.
04:20 < Boney> I don't actually have time to test it properly.
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04:32 < nf_> Boney: sorry, didn't realise setting at most 4 environment
variables and running a script was that complicated
04:33 < nf_> Boney: :P
04:36 < Boney> heh, It's actually cause I keep having to come back to IRC
etc.  I should just close this window.
04:36 < Boney> :-)
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07:04 < nsf> nf_: btw, thanks for fixing <h2> padding
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07:11 < nf_> nsf: np :)
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10:46 < plexdev> http://is.gd/foCn0 by [Roger Peppe] in go/src/pkg/utf8/ --
utf8: add DecodeLastRune and DecodeLastRuneInString to
10:46 < plexdev> http://is.gd/foCn4 by [Roger Peppe] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/ -- bytes, strings: change lastIndexFunc to use DecodeLastRune
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11:11 < scyth> is there a document describing how funcions are used, in
detail?
11:12 < scyth> it's a bit confusing, while reading examples here and there,
to see 10 different ways of using "func"
11:12 < nsf> uhm..  there is only 2 of them
11:13 < nsf> are*
11:13 < nsf> one for global function/method declarations
11:13 < nsf> and the second for closures
11:14 < nsf> scyth: I think reading the language spec is a good idea
11:15 < scyth> I mean more like...  func fname(args type) { }, then we have
func fname(args type) returntype {}
11:15 < nsf> but it's all the same form
11:15 < scyth> then func (blah) (args type) fname() returntype {}
11:15 < scyth> or something like that...
11:15 < nsf> func [optional receiver] NAME([optional args]) [optional return
values] { BODY }
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11:16 < scyth> what's receiver?
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11:16 < nsf> it's a single variable of a certain type
11:16 < nsf> it is used for defining methods
11:17 < nsf> func (self *MyClass) String() string {}
11:17 < nsf> String is a method of MyClass
11:18 < nsf> and self is passed to the method by pointer of course
11:18 < nsf> you can also pass it by value
11:18 < scyth> I see, but isn't that supposed to be done with capitalisation
of function name?  It will make function availble to the outside users
11:19 < scyth> inside the package
11:19 < nsf> yes, but it's not a function
11:19 < nsf> it's a method
11:19 < scyth> what's the difference?
11:19 < nsf> you can call it only on a variable of type "*MyClass"
11:20 < nsf> var x *MyClass; x.String()
11:20 < scyth> I see
11:20 < nsf> scyth: what programming languages do you know already?
11:20 < scyth> C, python, php
11:21 < nsf> uhm..  well..  you should know what the method is from python
11:21 < scyth> in python, all functions inside a class are actualy methods
of that type
11:21 < nsf> yes, but in Go you don't have classes
11:21 < nsf> you have struct and you can attach methods to them :)
11:22 < nsf> structs*
11:22 < nsf> specifying receiver is the way of doing that
11:22 < scyth> I understand now...  I thought it was related only to
packages
11:23 < nsf> receiver also is like a first argument in python's methods
11:23 < scyth> yeah
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11:23 < nsf> regarding packages and visibility there is a simple rule
11:23 < nsf> everything that starts from a capital letter is visible outside
of a package
11:24 < nsf> it's true for types, functions, methods and consts
11:24 < scyth> yes
11:24 < scyth> ok, thanks for clarification
11:24 < nsf> np
11:26 < nsf> hehe and variables of course
11:26 < scyth> :)
11:27 < nsf> true for everything that has name
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11:28 < nsf> although I agree that methods may look confusing
11:29 < nsf> but it's easy to get used to it
11:29 < nsf> func (a Type) Type() (int, int) {}
11:29 < nsf> too many ()s
11:30 < nsf> but it's more grep-friendly
11:30 < nsf> when you see a method declaration
11:30 < nsf> you know what type it belongs to
11:31 < scyth> no, it is really clear enough, it's just that docs are a bit
harsh
11:32 < nsf> http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Function_declarations
11:32 < nsf> I think they're fine
11:32 < scyth> I like other languages docs better (like python, php)..  you
can pretty much nail everything quickly
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11:33 < nsf> well, docs will be better eventually I guess
11:34 < scyth> sure
11:35 < scyth> btw, any idea when the "official release" will come out?
11:35 < nsf> the language is constantly evolving
11:36 < nsf> with releases every week or two :)
11:36 < scyth> I know :)
11:36 < scyth> that's why I asked :)
11:36 < nsf> I guess it's hard to say when it will be like 1.0
11:36 < scyth> I think it will help get more developers write new libs
11:37 < nsf> I think it's a natural process..  with time we have less and
less new features and core lib changes
11:37 < nsf> and eventually it becomes frozen
11:38 < nsf> on the other hand saying: "ok, I won't change it ever now" is
kind of stupid
11:38 < nsf> because mistakes should be fixed
11:38 < nsf> scyth: and I'm not the dev, you should ask developers what
their plans are
11:38 < nsf> doing that on the ML (mailing list) is a good idea
11:39 < scyth> of course, but libraries should have dependency on verion
11:39 < scyth> version*
11:39 < nsf> yep, there are a bit of problems with that
11:39 < nsf> a lot of go code on the web is already broken
11:39 < nsf> due to lib changes
11:39 < nsf> and even language changes
11:40 < nsf> but the language is young
11:40 < nsf> it is expected
11:40 < scyth> I agree, I was just curious in case there's a word outthere
about release schedule :)
11:41 < nsf> ask developers :) but most likely there is no such "release
schedule"
11:42 < nsf> go is experimental, if you need a very stable language you
should choose C or C++ or Java or C# or something :)
11:42 < scyth> I just hope it won't go away :)
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12:14 < nsf> scyth: if it will go away then it is a bad language
12:14 < nsf> evolution does its job well
12:14 < nsf> :)
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12:27 < mpl> nsf: don't underestimate marketing or political reasons though.
12:28 < nsf> they are part of the evolution :)
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12:31 < mpl> nsf: fair enough, but then a good language might have gone away
for one of these reasons.
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12:32 < nsf> well if it's really good then it will be revived under a
different name and/or form
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12:53 < wrtp> there is no absolute "good" :-)
12:54 < wrtp> oh, nsf's just gone
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13:00 < mpl> wrtp: yeah.  and his point pretty valid.  after all, Go is in a
way a reborn of Alef for example ;)
13:00 < wrtp> or limbo :-)
13:01 < mpl> yah, although arguably limbo is not quite dead yet hehe.
13:01 < wrtp> no indeed
13:01 < wrtp> some a few of the ideas in go could go back into limbo i
reckon
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13:03 < mpl> well, the best would simply to have go on plan 9 and inferno :)
13:04 < wrtp> i dunno, there are some bits of limbo that i really miss from
go
13:04 < mpl> like what?  (no clue, I barely touched limbo).
13:05 < wrtp> dynamic loading; built-in list & tuple types
13:06 < mpl> the two last sound like easily done with a wrapper in go.
13:06 < wrtp> i've probably written more lines in limbo than any other
language...
13:06 < mpl> nice
13:06 < mpl> do you use it at work?
13:06 < wrtp> mpl: not really
13:06 < wrtp> no, but i used to
13:06 < wrtp> i worked at vita nuova
13:07 < melba> heh
13:07 < mpl> cool
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14:01 < Venom_X> hello.  How do I check for a map element?  I have x :=
make(map[string] T). Currently I'm getting an error when trying: if
x[aKeyThatMightNotExist] == nil {}.
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14:03 < wrtp> that should work
14:04 < wrtp> how old is your go installation?
14:04 < wrtp> Venom_X: it used to be the case that indexing a non-existent
key in a map would panic, but now it just returns the zero value
14:05 < wrtp> what type is T?
14:05 < wrtp> is it a compiler error or a runtime error you're getting?
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14:07 < Venom_X> I get: cannot use nil as
14:07 < Venom_X> complier error
14:10 < Venom_X> my go install pretty new, and T is a struct of a websocket
connection and a session hash
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14:25 < wrtp> Venom_X: well, you've got two possibilities
14:26 < wrtp> the most general is: x, ok := m[aKeyThatMightNotExist]
14:26 < wrtp> after which ok will be true iff the key is in the map
14:27 < wrtp> alternatively if the websocket connection is always non-nil,
you could do x[aKeyThatMightNotExist].Connection == nil
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14:59 < Venom_X> wrtp: your last suggestion seems to work
14:59 < Venom_X> thanks
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15:10 < Venom_X> wrtp: do you know how to delete an element from a map?  I
read something about assigning to delete as so: "m1[key] = 0, false", but I'm
getting "cannot use 0 (type int) as type T", since my map values are structs.  Any
idea?
15:12 < cbeck> Venom_X: m1[key] = _, false I think
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15:12 < exch> it doesn't matter what you assign as the first parameter.
Ideally the nil value for the given type.  So 0, or nil, or ""
15:12 < Venom_X> cannot use _ as value
15:12 < cbeck> curses
15:13 < cbeck> Perhaps that'd be a worthwhile change, in cases like this
where the value type doesn't have a well defined zero value
15:13 < exch> There's been some talk about simply using 'm[key] = _' to
delete a key instead of the awkward 'v, false' approach, but i'm not sure what
came of that
15:14 < Namegduf> The best case for the v, false thing is where you have a
zero value passed in from elsewhere which means delete.
15:14 < Namegduf> v, v == "" is not so bad.
15:15 < Namegduf> Hmm, v != ""
15:21 < Venom_X> so, is there anything I can do?  Would this be considered a
bug?
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15:23 < exch> 'm[key] = nil, false' doesnt work?
15:23 < mpl> mmmkay??
15:24 < Venom_X> cannot use nil as
15:24 < skelterjohn> m[key] = T{}, false
15:24 < skelterjohn> if T is your value type
15:24 < Venom_X> right
15:24 < skelterjohn> T{} will be a zero'd instance of it
15:24 < Venom_X> oh
15:25 < exch> that is a bit painful really.  It forces you to initialize a
new copy of the type just to remove another one
15:25 < Venom_X> skelterjohn: that works!  thanks
15:25 < skelterjohn> is T a large type?  if so, might be better to use *T as
your value type
15:25 < skelterjohn> exch: That's why I mention using *T
15:25 < skelterjohn> then you can just say nil
15:25 < Venom_X> my T isn't heavy
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15:50 < exch> is there some syntax to express a binary number?  like 0x123
but for 101010101's
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15:52 < wrtp> exch: no
15:52 < wrtp> it's a pity
15:52 < exch> :(
15:53 < exch> I usually go with bx10101 in my own parsers/interpreters
15:53 < wrtp> limbo could do it, but they decided to keep with C literal
conventions
15:53 < wrtp> i've used 0b10101 for mine
15:53 < wrtp> bx10101 is too much like a valid identifier
15:53 < wrtp> in fact it is a valid identifier
15:53 < exch> true
15:54 < vsmatck> 01x for binary?
15:54 < exch> So basically i'm stuck using strconv to convert a string to a
number
15:54 < vsmatck> Meh.  That's prolly a bad idea I had.
15:54 < wrtp> exch: or just stick with hex
15:55 < wrtp> and comment the binary
15:55 < vsmatck> ya hex seems good enough.
15:55 < wrtp> 01x seems like one character more than necessary
15:56 < wrtp> in limbo you could do 2r1010101 or 16r7fff or even 36r12pqz
15:57 < wrtp> perhaps a little on the over-general side, but occasionally
useful
15:57 < wrtp> i used base-3 constants in seriousness one time
15:57 < vsmatck> I like the <base>x idea.  But I almost wonder if
forcing common int literal bases on people is a good thing.
15:58 < vsmatck> I'd be annoyed if I was trying to understand someone's
program and they liked base 27.
15:58 < vsmatck> heh
16:02 < wrtp> vsmatck: it doesn't happen, in my experience
16:03 < vsmatck> wrtp: *think*.  Ya I haven't seen anyone do stupid stuff
like that.  I guess it's a bad idea to think about abuse potential when designing
a language when you can just look at what's out there to see if it's actually a
problem.
16:03 < vsmatck> s/*think*/*thinks*
16:04 < vsmatck> I mean a good example of a thing with big abuse potential
that has actually been abused a lot is macros.
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16:05 < vsmatck> But because a thing can be abused doesn't imply it will be.
That's how I interpret what you said anyways.  :)
16:06 < wrtp> yeah
16:07 < wrtp> macros are abused because they have power that you can't get
any other way.  base 27 numbers don't offer that much power :-)
16:08 < vsmatck> *thinks* I totally agree with that.
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16:47 < paulzhol> hi!  I'm trying to submit a change using the codereview.py
but after running hg change I'm getting "abort: path_to_added_file@9005da7d2f23:
not found in manifest!"
16:47 < paulzhol> any ideas what I need to do to add files to this manifest
?
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16:49 < scyth> inside, lets say "type Mystuff struct {}" I want a map with
strings as keys and another struct I already defined, as values
16:49 < scyth> how to do that?
16:50 < scyth> is it just Varname map[string] Otherstructname
16:50 < scyth> ?
16:51 < jhh> yes
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16:55 < wrtp> paulzhol: i've not seen that error
16:56 < wrtp> paulzhol: "path_to_added_file" look suspicious
16:56 < wrtp> did you copy and paste something from the website without
changing that string?
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16:58 < paulzhol> wrtp: this this the actual msg i'm getting, I just
replaced the filename
16:58 < paulzhol> abort: src/pkg/runtime/plan9/386/defs.h@1eec33c03bce: not
found in manifest!
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17:00 < paulzhol> wrtp: defs.h is the first file which is marked A when I
run hg status
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17:01 < paulzhol> wrtp: all the Modified ones which appear before it seem to
go through
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17:13 < wrtp> so if you do hg cat $GOROOT/src/pkg/runtime/plan9/386/defs.h
then it works?
17:15 < paulzhol> wrtp: no, I'm getting src/pkg/runtime/plan9/386/defs.h: No
such file in rev 1eec33c03bce
17:15 < paulzhol> which makes sense because I haven't committed it yet
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17:18 < wrtp> have you used hg change successfully before?
17:19 < paulzhol> wrtp: yes, I got cl.2135044 through and reviewed - but it
was a modification to an existing file - now i'm trying to add a new directory
with new files, maybe thats the problem
17:20 < wrtp> i haven't had a problem with that
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17:20 < paulzhol> wrtp: I did hg copy on some of the new files to preserve
the history.  Do you think it doesn't like it ?
17:22 < wrtp> hmm maybe
17:23 < wrtp> i just tried adding a new file, and i had to do "hg add file"
before it worked.  otherwise i got "No valid patches found in output from hg diff"
17:23 < wrtp> you could try hg rm and then hg add and see whether it makes a
difference
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17:29 < paulzhol> wrtp: ok I did an hg export then a revert -a and import
--no-commit and it seems to work now, thanks!
17:29 < wrtp> nice one.
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17:30 < wrtp> might be worth seeing if you can reproduce the behaviour and
file a bug if you can.
17:31 < paulzhol> wrtp: I think it is because I did an export with -g to get
git notation of copying files and then imported the patch I'll see if it happens
again
17:32 < wrtp> try it with a single file and hg copy - see if you can get an
ultra simple example
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17:37 < paulzhol> wrtp: yep just checked - when doing hg copy on one file,
and then hg change on the new file will show the same error msg and fail.
17:37 < wrtp> cool.  get that issue raised :-)
17:38 < paulzhol> wrtp: do you think it belongs on the golang issue tracker
or is it something to do with codereview ?
17:40 < wrtp> i think it belongs on the golang issue tracker because the hg
codereview extension is russ's.
17:40 < wrtp> if not, you'll find out quickly.
17:40 < paulzhol> wrtp: :)
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18:30 < gmilleramilar> ugh.  I'm calling into a proprietary shared library
using CGO.  My go-based program crashes with this problem:
http://pastie.org/1177385 A C-based program to duplicate the calls does not crash.
Anybody have any idea how to go about figuring out how to fix this?
18:36 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fpjSP by [Russ Cox] in go/src/pkg/io/ioutil/
-- io/ioutil: use _test not _obj in test
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20:51 < Surma> Hey guys.  I just did ``type Error os.Error'' and tried to
``func (e *Error) …''.  Says it's an invalid receiver type.  What's going on
there?
20:52 < scyth> are you missing the funcion name before (e *Error) ?
20:53 < Surma> actually, it's supposed to be the receiver
20:53 < cbeck> Can you have a pointer to an interface type?
20:53 < Surma> right now it is ``func (e *Error) NewError(desc string) {…}''
20:53 < Surma> why shouldn't you?
20:53 < cbeck> Ah, that's why, because you can't define methods on an
interface type
20:53 < Surma> you can't?
20:54 < Surma> oh okay… so I can't write functions which modify a receiver
if the receiver is a interface type?
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20:54 < exch> You can, but you need to call it on a pointer version of the
error
20:55 < cbeck> No, you just need to do type Error struct {...}, and fulfil
the os.Error interface
20:55 < Surma> ah right
20:55 < Surma> damn, it's been too long already
20:55 < Surma> thanks a lot guys
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21:25 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fpyMy by [Robert Griesemer] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/go/printer/ -- gofmt: don't remove syntactically relevant blank in f(42
...)
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21:33 < mpl> what does that error mean:
21:33 < mpl> cfree: too many elf strings
21:33 < mpl> ?
21:34 < mpl> I get that when 6l is called for a go-gtk program
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21:57 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fpBoa by [Robert Griesemer] in 2 subdirs of
go/src/pkg/go/printer/ -- gofmt: preserve syntactically relevant blanks between
ints and tokens that start with a '.' (2nd attempt)
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