--- Log opened Sat Oct 09 00:00:10 2010
00:00 < kingfishr_> nsf, got it, thanks
00:00 < nsf> http://golang.org/pkg/bufio/#Reader.ReadString
00:00 < nsf> use this one
00:00 < nsf> with '\n' as a delim
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00:13 < nsf> http://code.google.com/p/go/issues/detail?id=1182
00:13 < nsf> :P
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00:26 < nsf> btw, shows an importance of having tests for _all_ interface
functions
00:26 < plexdev> http://is.gd/fSfOb by [Nigel Tao] in
go/src/pkg/exp/draw/x11/ -- exp/draw/x11: support X11 vendors other than "The
X.Org Foundation".
00:26 < nsf> http://twitter.com/ID_AA_Carmack/statuses/26792042883
00:26 < nsf> hahaha
00:28 < nsf> id software uses boost now?  T_T
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00:29 < skelterjohn> boost is useful, if you ignore 99% of it
00:30 < nsf> then, it's not useful, because it contains a lot of garbage
00:30 < nsf> good source for ideas though
00:30 < skelterjohn> it's useful, because it has auto_ptr and shared_ptr
00:30 < nsf> most of them tells how one shouldn't write his code
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00:31 < nsf> skelterjohn: tr1 has shared_ptr too
00:31 < skelterjohn> ok
00:31 < nsf>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B_Technical_Report_1#Smart_pointers
00:32 < nsf> and of course C++0x has that too, so..  delete your boost :D
00:33 < skelterjohn> C++0x is an abomination
00:33 < skelterjohn> i don't write C++ code anymore, anyway
00:33 < nsf> good for you
00:33 < nsf> :)
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00:48 < uriel> they should have called them 'smart ass pointers'
00:48 < nsf> :D
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02:13 < Tv> this is odd, it seems i'm losing parts of stderr if it gets
stressed enough
02:13 < Tv> there's two processes producing output, one is child of the
other, they share the same fd 2
02:13 < Tv> i run a loop that prints two entries for every number, and i see
output that misses the first print for one of the number, but has the second one
02:25 < Tv> yeah going via less-loaded stdout made it not lose entries
02:25 < Tv> dunno if it's about the two processes sharing stderr, or
log.Stderr, or what
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05:01 < Rugxulo> has Go not been integrated into GCC (yet)?
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05:12 < enferex> Rugxulo: There is infact gccgo frontend
05:13 < Rugxulo> I know, but didn't the GCC devs say they'd integrate it
eventually??
05:13 < enferex> Ohh you mean mainline?
05:13 < enferex> like in the "next" release?
05:14 < Rugxulo> I thought so, but I could be wrong
05:14 < Rugxulo> at least, I don't see anything obvious in their online SVN
trunk
05:15 < enferex> gotcha, yeah i dont think the 4.5 series has go support yet
05:24 < KirkMcDonald> Doesn't the FSF demand that copyright be assigned to
them before code is integrated into mainline gcc?
05:25 < Rugxulo> I think so, yes, anything over 20 lines
05:25 < Rugxulo> I mean the gccgo version, obviously ...  I *thought* I
heard they'd integrate it, maybe I was wrong
05:25 < KirkMcDonald> (This is why gdc isn't in mainline gcc.)
05:25 < Rugxulo> gpc has a worse excuse ...  no bugger will fix the backend
bugs :-(
05:26 < KirkMcDonald> Well, once upon a time, gdc still had a maintainer and
was reasonably up-to-date.
05:26 < Rugxulo> Modula-3 also wasn't integrated for "license and copyright"
reasons
05:27 < Rugxulo> sucks, but what can you do?  I guess they have a hard
enough time with Fortran, Ada, Obj.  C/C++, etc.
05:27 < KirkMcDonald> But since much of gdc consists of the dmd front-end
(which is owned by Digital Mars), it wasn't integrated.
05:27 < KirkMcDonald> (That is, of code derived from the dmd front-end.)
05:28 < Rugxulo> wait, I think Red Hat's upcoming Fedora will have LDC,
right??
05:28 < KirkMcDonald> I have no idea.
05:33 <+iant> I'm working on getting gccgo integrated into gcc mainline
05:33 <+iant> I hope to have it done before the end of the month
05:33 <+iant> in any case before the 4.6 release
05:34 < Rugxulo> 4.6 probably won't be released soon, will it?  leaving
stage one, but that's all (I think)
05:34 <+iant> right, probably not until January or so
05:34 < KirkMcDonald> iant: Are you assigning copyright to the FSF?
05:35 <+iant> no, the master copy of the frontend will live on
code.google.com and will be copied into the FSF repository
05:35 <+iant> that's the way the classpath library is handled
05:35 < Rugxulo> live on, but does that mean dual licensed?
05:36 <+iant> the frontend proper will be under the BSD style license that
the rest of the Go code uses, but of course it is useless unless it is linked with
the rest of gcc, so the overall program will be covered by the GPL
05:37 <+iant> I'm doing the licensing this way in the hopes that somebody
will be able to use the frontend for other compilers as well
05:37 <+iant> although I need to do more work to separate out the
gcc-specific parts
05:37 < Rugxulo> whatever works best
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06:12 < Rugxulo> "24 hours Gregor Richards Changed to GPL" ...  heh
06:13 < Rugxulo> good, don't let MS "EEE" your ZEE (or would it be ZEEE?)
06:13 < Rugxulo> dang it, wrong channel (sorry)
06:14 < Rugxulo> bah, they all look the same :-P
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12:18 < unRuhe> hey i'm new to the language.  I want to declare a private
type so that i only cant get an instance via my initialisation method.  how do
declare something private?
12:19 < soul9> start it with a non-capital letter
12:20 < unRuhe> the types name?
12:20 < soul9> ie: type MyGlobalType; type myLocalType;
12:20 < soul9> *afaik yes
12:20 < unRuhe> that sounds very cool
12:20 < unRuhe> I'll ty
12:21 < soul9> same with functions
12:24 < unRuhe> hm i guess it doesn't work
12:24 < unRuhe> i wrote a simple thinlk like this
http://pastebin.com/9hd1STh9
12:25 < unRuhe> my type is noncapital lettered so my var ch1 character
should be illegal
12:25 < unRuhe> but it compiles wo probs
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12:26 < soul9> 1s cleaning my trackball ;)
12:27 < soul9> aah much better
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12:27 < soul9> unRuhe: yeah but you can use local types in the same package
12:27 < soul9> they are local to the *package*
12:27 < unRuhe> ohh i get it
12:28 < unRuhe> like packagelocal in java
12:28 < soul9> lol i dunno
12:28 < unRuhe> its like private in general but public within a package
12:28 < soul9> basically you would make a package for your type with all the
method declarations, interfaces etc.
12:29 < unRuhe> i get the Idea.  still okay
12:29 < unRuhe> i'll hold a talk about go in my uni soon.  they all come
from java.  and i'm trying to do a constructor :D
12:30 < unRuhe> dunno maybe its not that good of an idea to force my
java-classoriented thinking onto go
12:31 < unRuhe> but actually i find the language is quite difficult to get
into
12:31 < unRuhe> ty u anyway i tink i got it
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13:06 < exch> refresh my memory..  unsetting a bit flag is done with ^?
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13:27 < EthanG> exch: the general operation for unsetting a bit flag is
(and(not flagbit))
13:28 < nsf> yay!  Go support was added to ragel
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13:32 < EthanG> a binary regexp system.  nice
13:32 < nsf> ragel is actually more featureful than just a regexp package
13:33 < nsf> I use it for parsing purposes mainly, instead of lex
13:35 < nsf> hehe, I've tried to port lemon parser generator also
13:35 < nsf> but first attempt wasn't successful
13:35 < nsf> it uses unions and a bit of pointer arithmetic
13:36 < nsf> hopefully I will make it work eventually
13:36 < EthanG> I'll have to try out ragel.  A guy I know used binary
regexps to make a better cifs implementation recently & I was all, "binary
regexps??  Oh...  yeah, what a great idea."
13:36 < EthanG> mmm unions :)
13:37 < nsf> well, I'm sure I can emulate unions in that particular case
with interface{}
13:37 < EthanG> cool
13:37 < nsf> because union in lemon is used for storing custom types for
non-terminals
13:37 < nsf> which is almost always is a pointer anyway
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13:38 < nsf> like *Stmt or *Expr, or something
13:38 < EthanG> aha
13:39 < EthanG> I've yet to do anything with interfaces.  I've only been
writing Go for a week, & started by converting some generic procedural code I
first wrote in python
13:40 < nsf> hehe, I can say the same about channels and goroutines
13:40 < nsf> I don't really use them a lot
13:40 < EthanG> aha :)
13:40 < nsf> the other problem with lemon, that it uses preprocessor
>_<
13:41 < EthanG> my code shoudl really have an interface on it.  It's pretty
specific to one device's framebuffer, but could be generalised to draw into a
window easily
13:41 < EthanG> oh aye >_>
13:41 < nsf> for stuff like '#define ParseFETCH_ARG ARGTYPE %s =
pParser->arg;'
13:41 < nsf> have no idea how I can emulate this using Go
13:42 < nsf> well, the idea here is that parser has some sort of a generic
user-defined data
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13:42 < EthanG> hrm!  Well, if go's ?l is anything like Plan 9's ?l (and I
think it will be) it will be very good at eliminating unreachable code
13:42 < nsf> it's not a big deal and I guess can be emulated somehow in a
different way
13:43 < EthanG> so you can write code in the regular language rather than
the preprocessor & it won't bloat the output, at least
13:43 < nsf> yes
13:44 < nsf> anyway, I'll figure out something
13:44 < EthanG> aye
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14:16 < EthanG> exch: found the bit clear op.  it's &^
14:16 < EthanG> exch: bitwise ops are under arithmetic operators in the
language ref, for soem reason
14:17 < exch> EthanG: yea I found it earlier
14:17 < exch> val &^= SomeFlag
14:17 < EthanG> ahuh
14:17 < soul9> anyone know how one would dynamically load a "plugin"?
14:17 < EthanG> huh, there's no not.  still, xor 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF would
do
14:18 < exch> soul9: what exactly do you mean by 'plugin'?  There's several
ways of doing that, except for dynamic linking
14:19 < soul9> no, no need for very special stuff
14:19 < exch> A plugin as a script, run by a VM in your app.  Or a plugin as
a independant process, 'loaded' through IPC
14:19 < soul9> just something like read a list from a config file and load
libraries accordingly..
14:19 < exch> the latter would be my choice
14:19 < soul9> ah maybe that
14:19 < soul9> do you know of an example i could look at?
14:20 < exch> mm not that I can think of
14:20 < exch> I'm not sure how netchan's state is, but that would be a good
place to start looking
14:21 < soul9> so basically it would mean starting an other process and
communicating through an ipc channel?
14:21 < soul9> mmm sounds complicated :P
14:21 < exch> it's easier than it sounds
14:21 < soul9> hehe, i see
14:22 < exch> Also safer imho.  if the 'plugin' decides to do something
naughty and crashes, your main app will not be affected
14:22 < exch> except of course that the plugin has to be restarted
14:23 < exch> It has the added benefit that you can write the plugin in
whatever language you want.  All it needs to do is talk the protocol you designed
for your app through a TCP/unix socket
14:25 < soul9> yeah, i see
14:28 < exch> If you don't expect large sets of data to be passed to/from a
plugin, you can even switch to UDP instead of TCP.  It's faster.  By 'large' I
mean a dataset that will not fit in a single UDP packet (usually around 1400 bytes
minus the UDP header).  You can add packet fragmentation support ontop, to send
larger datasets, but that has to be done manually, since udp doesn't support it by
default.
14:29 < soul9> gah
14:29 < soul9> yeah, implementing a whole protocol etc..grmbl
14:29 < exch> lol.  Sorry if I ruined it for you ;) Probably best to stick
with TCP then.  it's simple and does all the household stuff for you
14:29 < soul9> i guess json could work fine
14:30 < exch> You have to design the API regardles of how you implement
plugins.  If you import a library into your proces, it has to adhere to some
plugin API anyway.  All that's different now is that the API is communicated over
a socket instead of direct function calls
14:31 < soul9> yeah i guess
14:31 < soul9> so I can marshal go functions in json aswell right?
14:31 < taruti> no
14:32 < soul9> ah, yeah, i need to use rpc
14:32 < soul9> ok thanks for the help guys
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15:29 < strtok> http://pastebin.com/7xtaK9cK Most simplest error ever.  Did
I do somethng wrong?
15:30 < exch> That should work.  It runs fine in the go playground
15:31 < exch> Although I'm not sure why you wrote 'import fmt "fmt"'
15:31 < exch> 'import "fmt"' will already expose the fmt 'namespace'
15:31 < strtok> one of the docs had that
15:31 < strtok> i've tried both
15:31 < exch> possibly as an example of how to alias an import name
15:32 < strtok> no, it was one of the hello world examples
15:32 < strtok> from http://golang.org/doc/go_tutorial.html
15:33 < exch> hah, that seems a bit odd
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15:33 < strtok> but another example doesn't do it that way
15:33 < exch> It's valid code, just not necessary
15:33 < strtok> anyway
15:33 < strtok> i think my implementation is broken :P
15:34 < exch> You use that approach if you want a different name for an
import.  like 'import foo "fmt"' ...  foo.Printf()
15:35 < wrtp> strtok: it works fine for me
15:36 < exch> Either way, it should run fine.  Do you have the latest Go
release?  Using the approach for installaiton on the website gives you an outdated
version.  try running 'hg pull; hg update release' after the Go install
15:37 < skelterjohn> "hello weeners"?  that's a new one
15:37 < skelterjohn> fark reference?
15:39 < strtok> exch: i have the very latest
15:39 < strtok> oh
15:39 < strtok> exch: i'll try that
15:39 < strtok> i thought the install directions from the site would pull
from the release head
15:39 < exch> yes, that would be handy
15:40 < exch> Perhaps it's time that was mentioned in the docs :p
15:40 < strtok> exch: it says updated 0 files
15:40 < strtok> when i do the hg update release
15:40 < exch> hmm
15:41 < strtok> but hg update did say: added 47 changesets with 107 changes
to 86 files
15:41 < exch> try rebuilding Go now (src/clean.bash; src/all.bash)
15:42 < strtok> okay
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15:47 < strtok> strangely, same problem
15:47 < exch> O.o
15:47 < exch> is your code file encoded as something other than UTF8 by
chance?
15:47 < exch> cos that would be the last thing I can think of
15:50 < KirkMcDonald> Since it's all ASCII, it'd have to be something like
UTF-16, wouldn't it?
15:50 < KirkMcDonald> And if that were the case, it wouldn't get all the way
to line 5 before failing.
15:50 < exch> true
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16:04 < Tv> soul9: btw i have code that uses the rpc / netchan packages to
do rpc / channel-based communication with a child process, if you're interested ;)
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16:12 < soul9> Tv: sure thing; where?
16:12 < Tv> soul9: the childrpc thing is pretty simple, i can get that on
github soonish; the netchan version required hacking go itself
16:14 < soul9> ugg no way :)
16:14 < soul9> i mean i don't want to have to hack go.
16:15 < Tv> well then you can't do netchan over anything not tcp ;)
16:15 < Tv> the rpc thing is still easy, hold on (i just woke up, give me a
few minutes ;)
16:15 < soul9> sure, i'll wait
16:16 < soul9> highlight me
16:16 < soul9> Tv: ↑ ;)
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16:49 < soul9> whoa weird errors when there is no new line at the end of a
source file
16:53 < Tv> soul9: i recall a recent commit talking about semicolons and EOF
16:56 < nsf> ugh..  fighting with C type system (porting C code to Go)
16:56 < nsf> I'm starting to think that truly type-safety is only possible
without implicit type conversions
16:56 < soul9> Tv: dunno...i have latest hg
16:56 < nsf> otherwise it's simply a mess
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17:02 < Tv> soul9: http://github.com/tv42/childrpc
http://github.com/tv42/moreio
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17:06 < nsf> yay!
17:06 < nsf> compiled lemon-generated go parser
17:06 < nsf> let's hope it works
17:07 < nsf> (of course it isn't)
17:07 < nsf> :D
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17:18 < nsf> [nsf @ golemon]$ ./test
17:18 < nsf> Result=15
17:18 < nsf> yay!
17:18 < nsf> simple calculator example grammar works
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17:19 < nsf> quite an achievement, worth uploading to the github
17:26 < nsf> if anyone is interested: http://github.com/nsf/golemon
17:26 < nsf> early alpha version
17:27 < nsf> I'll do more testing of course
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17:28 < nsf> it's a port of this: http://www.hwaci.com/sw/lemon/ to Go
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17:29 < nsf> there are also open questions like: do I need to keep
'destructors'?  In C it is useful, but in a garbage collected language probably a
useless feature
17:32 < nsf> hehe, golemon sounds like go-lemon or golem-on :) funny
17:32 < Tv> i read it as golemn
17:32 < exch> shmieegoool
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17:33 < nsf> or that, yeah
17:33 < nsf> :)
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18:20 < brtsz> hey guys!  when running the following code
http://gist.github.com/618425 i get "read udp 127.0.0.1:7777: address family not
supported by protocol family" error.  any idea what's going on?
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18:26 < exch> odd.  ListenPacket should do UDP just fine
18:26 < Rennex> if it needs to be "UDP" not "udp"?  :P
18:27 < brtsz> according to net/udpsock.go it should be udp
18:27 < brtsz> also it errors after ListenPacket (where net param
correctness is checked)
18:29 < exch> 'udp' works fine for the other Dial() and Listen() functions
18:30 < brtsz> looking at net/ipsock.go/internetSocket it seems all is fine
and family should be set to AF_INET
18:31 < exch> I just tried it in my own UDP stuff.  It uses both DialUDP()
and ListenUDP().  Used the same address as you did and it worked
18:31 < exch> There's something wrong with ListenPacket() itself then I
guess
18:32 < brtsz> hm, i'll rewrite it to use ListenUDP()
18:32 < brtsz> btw, what OS and Go version are you running?
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18:33 < exch> 64 bit Linux - af516a30435b tip
18:35 < brtsz> hm, gonna test it on linux first (i'm running osx)
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18:59 < Tv> 2010/10/09 12:02:39 Starting server on port: 127.0.0.1:7777
18:59 < Tv> 2010/10/09 12:02:40 Ooops!
18:59 < Tv> read udp 127.0.0.1:7777: resource temporarily unavailable
18:59 < Tv> that's on linux
19:00 < Tv> which seems to be the desired behavior
19:00 < exch> why?  it works fine here
19:00 < Tv> that looks like the timeout in the code triggering
19:00 < exch> it's possible.  If SetTimeout() has been set, that is the
error youll get
19:01 < Tv> server.SetReadTimeout(1e9)
19:01 < Tv> i'm brtsz's code
19:01 < Tv> s/i'm/in/
19:01 < brtsz> you are getting a different error probably (EAGAIN), while
i'm getting EAFNOSUPPORT
19:01 < exch> ah I didn't notice that >< Was reading it from a shell
terminal.
19:01 < exch> eg: code intermixed with tons of HTML :p
19:02 < brtsz> i'm building go on my linux box and will test it there too
19:02 < Tv> brtsz: i think i'm seeing exactly what your code is expected to
do
19:02 < Tv> there was no activity for a second, then it timed out
19:02 < brtsz> Tv: yep
19:03 < brtsz> so if the code is most likely ok, the problem lies in either
osx or my go version (latest release)
19:09 < strtok> do channels had unique IDs?
19:09 < strtok> like thread names
19:09 < strtok> (useful for debugging)
19:09 < brtsz> on my linux with go "release.2010-09-29" works fine too.
going to upgrade to tip and check on osx again
19:13 < Tv> strtok: if you print out the channel, the print includes what
looks like a pointer
19:14 < Tv> strtok: i do not know if those are really stable across gc runs
etc
19:14 < strtok> err
19:14 < strtok> sorry, i meant goroutines
19:14 < Tv> strtok: hah.
19:14 < strtok> sorry!
19:15 < Tv> strtok: i don't think there's any way to refer to them, is
there?  from inside the goroutine, you might try something in package runtime
19:15 < strtok> i mean, i could pass each goroutine an "id"
19:15 < soul9> anyone know how i would match ($foo) with regexp?  seems like
"\(\$.+\)" doesn't work..: unknown escape sequence: (
19:16 < exch> soul9: if you use regex escapes, put the pattern in `` instead
of ""
19:17 < soul9> ooooo
19:17 < soul9> thanks
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19:18 < soul9> what the hell is ``??
19:18 < cbeck> Uninterpreted string
19:18 < Tv> like r"" in python
19:18 < cbeck> so things like \n etc will produce the literal chars '\' 'n'
rather than a newline, for instance
19:21 < soul9> aaa i see
19:21 < soul9> cool
19:23 < fuzzybyte> How can I change the datetime format when I have USE_L10N
set to False and do not want to explicitly use date filter to force my preferred
format?  I tried setting DATE_FORMAT,TIME_FORMAT,DATETIME_FORMAT, etc.  but none
of them had any effect
19:24 < fuzzybyte> the problem is I always get datetimes like "2010-10-09
20:25:14.146851" unless I put USE_L10N on or format them with date filter
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19:24 < fuzzybyte> oh wrong channel
19:24 < fuzzybyte> im a dumbass
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20:43 < strtok> the net pkg functions seem to return os.Error for use when
there's an error, but the only function in Error's interface seems to be String().
How can you do something like foo,err = someCall() if(err)...  ?
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20:46 < exch> if err != nil { ...
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20:48 < strtok> ahhh
20:50 < strtok> thanks exch
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20:53 < exch> strtok: You can combine that with the function call for a
little more compactness: if foo, err = Func(); err != nil { ...  }
20:53 < exch> Same thing, but looks a little better imho.  That's a matter
of taste though, I suppose
20:54 < strtok> exch: yeah, i saw examples of things like that for "ok"
20:54 < exch> yup
20:55 < strtok> i'd much rather it used exceptions
20:55 < exch> I'm glad we don't :p
20:58 < exch> strtok: If you absolutely must, you can simulate them using
defer/recover()
20:59 < exch> http://pastebin.com/kWe1PMxi
20:59 < exch> like so
20:59 < mpl> multi value return to deal with errors is one of my favorite
features of go :)
21:03 < exch> The defer'd call can modify return values to.  Which is kinda
handy to ensure a return value meets specific comditions.  Like so
http://pastebin.com/jiuurGJe
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21:05 < strtok> exch: it's less important to me because of garbage
collection
21:05 < strtok> i'm a C++ developer by day
21:06 < exch> my condolences :p
21:08 < strtok> well, there aren't really many choices
21:08 < strtok> it's that or C
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21:55 < pingveno> Is it difficult to write a wrapper of a C library that
uses function pointers?
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21:56 < pingveno> I'm looking at using Go + libflac, but I don't want to
spend too much time writing a wrapper.
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22:45 < nsf> looks like no one wants slices, everyone wants a vector
22:46 * exch never used vectors
22:46 < nsf> why?  push_back rocks :D
22:47 < nsf> I'm just reading ML
22:47 < cbeck> Echoing pingveno, does anyone have an example of using
callbacks in cgo code?
22:47 < nsf> people are asking for: x := []int{1,2,3} + []int{4,5,6}
22:48 < nsf> which means they are ok if '+' will do the alloc behind the
scenes
22:48 < nsf> it does in strings case
22:48 < cbeck> Do not want
22:48 < nsf> and..  string's binary '+' has special optimization in the
compiler
22:49 < nsf> s := "1" + "2" + "3" will do only one alloc
22:49 < nsf> frankly I don't quite uinm
22:49 < nsf> understand that too
22:49 < nsf> map -> grows behind the scenes, it's ok
22:49 < nsf> strings -> overloaded operators are ok
22:50 < nsf> slices -> sorry, but no
22:50 < nsf> :D
22:50 < nsf> why can't we just have a vector
22:50 < nsf> yeah, think about that, I'm going to bed :D sweet dreams
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22:54 < strtok> there's documentation on how to format a Makefile for making
gopackages.  Is there a standard for makefiles for just a program?
22:56 < exch> strtok: the last include at the bottom should have the 'pkg'
extension instead of 'cmd'
22:56 < strtok> ahh
22:56 < strtok> i wanted .cmd
22:56 < strtok> that works now, thanks
22:56 < strtok> all of the docs reference .pkg
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23:14 < cbeck> iant: Do you know if the state of callbacks is still that
outlined in
http://groups.google.com/group/golang-nuts/browse_thread/thread/d1824928719244c6/c98b4c63ba739240?#c98b4c63ba739240
?
23:18 < cbeck> Sorry, much clearer explanation:
http://cheesesun.blogspot.com/2010/04/callbacks-in-cgo.html
23:20 < cbeck> Also, I'm not sure how (if at all) SWIG might help us here
23:22 < cbeck> Except that it would very likely automate much/most of the
library wrapping tedium
23:23 < exch> It should do all that tedium for you
23:24 < cbeck> Derp, all that was meant for the project channel
23:30 * pingveno needs to not ask questions and then walk off to do something
else...
23:31 < cbeck> Eh, it's the IRC way
23:55 < strtok> http://pastebin.com/wVmL1XAY
23:55 < strtok> the for line is causing a warning
23:56 < exch> you can't use that sort of construct in a for {} expression
unfortunately
23:56 < strtok> awww
23:56 < strtok> i had an if inside the for with a break
23:57 < exch> that should work
23:57 < cbeck> Wouldn't http://pastebin.com/yf61KJFq work?
23:58 < exch> that should work
23:59 < exch> bit ugly though :p
23:59 < strtok> yeah, that's worse
23:59 < exch> I'd go with the if statement in the loop
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