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06:39 < tylerl_> if there's a system library that I want to extend, what's
the best way to go about overriding an existing function?  Embed the struct in one
of my own and then make an identically-named function?
06:41 < scyth> I'd go with cloning the package
06:41 < tylerl> scyth: just dupe the whole thing?
06:41 < madari> tylerl: one example
https://github.com/madari/go-socket.io/blob/master/servemux.go
06:43 < tylerl> thanks
06:43 < tylerl> I'm modifying http/cgi to serve php.
06:44 < tylerl> the php cgi binary has its own rules
06:46 < tylerl> madari: what's that socketio stuff?
06:47 < madari> it's a Go backend for this: http://socket.io/
06:49 < tylerl> yes -- i'm looking at that but i don't understand what it
does
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06:53 < madari> basically it helps you to write stuff like this
http://wall-r.com/paper without worrying about browser capabilities.  It picks the
best available transport (e.g.  websocket, xhr-multipart, ...) transparently
06:55 < madari> I hope that helps :)
06:56 < tylerl> madari: what part does it help me write?  What role does it
fill?
06:57 < tylerl> i mean, jquery is what usually helps me not worry about
browser capabilities.  why do i need socketio?
06:58 < madari> well it's sort of jquery for networking :D
06:59 < madari> "hiding the complexity of the different transports
(WebSocket, Flash, forever iframe, XHR long polling, XHR multipart encoded, etc),
while retaining a WebSocket-like API"
07:00 < madari> (from the client repository:
https://github.com/LearnBoost/Socket.IO)
07:00 < tylerl> Yeah.  I read that statement several times trying to figure
out what it was supposed to mean.
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07:05 < madari> :( if you're still interested maybe this will help:
http://blog.learnboost.com/blog/socket-io-sockets-for-the-rest-of-us/
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07:19 < taruti> sometimes I dislike not being able to use dynamic arrays :(
07:19 < tylerl> taruti: how so?
07:20 < Namegduf> append() should let you get similar behaviour.
07:20 < tylerl> i never use arrays directoy for anything.
07:20 < taruti> Namegduf: I want them inside the struct for cache reasons
07:20 < tylerl> *directly*
07:20 < taruti> (as a variable sized last member)
07:20 < Namegduf> You mean C-style?
07:20 < Namegduf> Yeah.
07:20 < taruti> yes
07:21 < Namegduf> Not dynamically resizable, just dynamically sized.
07:21 < taruti> yes
07:22 < Namegduf> Yeah, you have to get into unsafe to do that.
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07:24 < |Craig|> I wonder if that kind of thing could be done with the
hypothetical future generics system.  A generic struct containing an array of
generic size.  Of course we can't know yet
07:25 < |Craig|> That reminds be, any news on the generics front.  I havent
been paying attention
07:25 < taruti> Namegduf: any example of using unsafe to do that?
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07:25 < taruti> would probably beat using 8c
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07:27 < Namegduf> I couldn't provide one.
07:27 < Namegduf> You'd, hmm.
07:28 < Namegduf> Need to create a correctly sized block of bytes,
containing a slice, plus your end bit.
07:28 < taruti> ah yes
07:28 < Namegduf> Set up the slice's pointer bit to point to the remaining
part, and its len and cap correctly.
07:28 < taruti> and then cast it around
07:29 < Namegduf> And then cast a pointer to the block to just a pointer to
the type at the start.
07:29 < Namegduf> In essence the dynamically sized array isn't really part
of it, it's just right next to it.
07:29 < Namegduf> Similar effect, I hope.
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07:30 < Namegduf> I think the only way to avoid the cost of dereferencing
the slice would be to have the type contain a zero-length array at the end, ala C
07:30 < Namegduf> And compile with bounds checking off
07:30 < Namegduf> Which is not a guaranteed feature
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10:27 < ptd> I'm getting an "imported and not used: fmt" error, how do I
turn it into a warning?
10:27 < aiju> not at all
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10:28 < ptd> why?
10:28 < aiju> because.
10:28 < aiju> i'm sure there's a rationale on the mailinglist or so
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10:39 < YetiDung> How could I make a wrapper for a C++ library?
10:40 < aiju> i don't think that's easily possible
10:42 < kimelto> I started a ftp package for go (very basic).  It would be
nice if you could tell what is not "go-ish" so I could fix it.  The url:
https://github.com/jlaffaye/goftp/blob/master/ftp.go
10:43 < YetiDung> Would making a C wrapper and then calling the C functions
from Go work?
10:43 < aiju> it could
10:44 < aiju> kimelto: ConnectAnonymous isn't really needed
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10:49 < kimelto> oki
10:59 < edsrzf> kimelto: It would be consistent with the core packages to
rename ServerCon -> ServerConn
10:59 < edsrzf> You might also look at using the net/textproto package
11:02 < ww> -
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11:08 < kimelto> edsrzf: right.  thx
11:10 < taruti> Has anyone wrapped liblzf for Go?
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11:31 < spacenick> Hi, all, I've got a problem with Go's IO performance, I'm
trying to write a sorting test
11:31 < spacenick> and I want to read in a text file with one integer number
per line
11:32 < spacenick> however even the performance of just reading the line is
abyssimal
11:32 < skelterjohn_> what are you using to read it
11:32 < skelterjohn_> and make sure it isn't a networked file
11:32 < spacenick> http://pastebin.com/yLdAJpfd
11:33 < spacenick> It's a local file and cat needs less than measurable to
read it and it's probably in the cache already
11:33 < spacenick> it's about 7 MB in size
11:33 < skelterjohn_> the slow bit is probably printing it out line-by-line
11:34 < skelterjohn_> try replacing "fmt.Print(line)" with "_ = line"
11:34 < skelterjohn_> (so line isn't unused)
11:34 < spacenick> what does _ = line mean?
11:34 < spacenick> ah ok
11:35 < spacenick> I see you want to eliminate printing
11:35 < skelterjohn_> "_ = x" is a noop that tricks the compiler into
thinking you're using x
11:35 < spacenick> Btw I've tried with gccgo and 8g both show about the same
speed and it's cpu bound (I'm writing to /dev/null)
11:37 < spacenick> Ok it still takes 0.8 seconds compared to 2.8 with
println but it's still many times slower then cat and co
11:37 < spacenick> I will test how fast this is in python
11:37 < skelterjohn_> cat doesn't read in line-by-line
11:38 < skelterjohn_> it just reads in all
11:38 < spacenick> Yeah that's why I want to confirm with a python script
11:38 < aiju> not quite either
11:38 < aiju> cat reads 8192 bytes blocks or so
11:39 < skelterjohn_> well yeah
11:39 < skelterjohn_> spacenick: might also consider trying
github.com/skelterjohn/exp/iochan O:-)
11:40 < spacenick> Ok so a simple python script (hacked from my comparable
sorttest in python) that read every line and just prints it takes about 3 seconds,
6 if I read them in a list and then print the list line by line
11:41 < ww> uriel: another one -- today for the libraries --
http://bitbucket.org/ww/marc21
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11:43 < spacenick> Ok with wrting in a vector and number conversion I'm at 3
seconds seems like this is normal for line by line operation
11:44 < spacenick> even though the file should definitely be cached and I
can see it's cpu bound
11:45 < spacenick> can anyone explain me why in my code I can take store
vector.IntVector variable and call the vector methods on it even though their
receiver is *IntVector?
11:45 < spacenick> ah and why does Open have 1 argument for 8g and 3 for
gccgo while gccgo doesn't know OpenFile?
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11:57 < kimelto> spacenick: you read one line at a time?  how?
11:57 < kimelto> using bufio?
11:57 < spacenick> by the way increasing the buffersize for bufio doesn't
help much, and I still don't understand how sort -n can sort the whole file in 2
seconds and Go takes 3 to read the lines into a vector alone
11:58 < spacenick> kimelto: yes see http://pastebin.com/yLdAJpfd
11:59 < spacenick> and without the print it still takes nearly 1 second
12:00 < kimelto> just for fun, if you replace ReadLine with ReadBytes, does
it change exec time?
12:01 < kimelto> (I dont know if string have *that* much overhead)
12:02 < spacenick> Imporves from 0.89 seconds to 0.49
12:03 < spacenick> but then it will be harder to get an int out of it
12:03 < spacenick> and I don't even know yet how casting works in go let
alone making a string out of a []byte
12:03 < kimelto> string(bytes)
12:05 < spacenick> and what does foo.(*type) do?
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12:15 < genbattle> spacenick: look up type switch at
http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html
12:16 < genbattle> spacenick: i'm pretty sure that's what the code you're
referring to does
12:22 < uriel> ww: cool, thanks
12:23 < uriel> ww: by the way, added the Open Knowledge Foundation to
http://go-lang.cat-v.org/organizations-using-go
12:23 < uriel> ww: any comment on what you are using it for?  :)
12:26 < ww> uriel: well, see that's a complicated one
12:27 < ww> see i actually got a fair amount of flak for rewriting a good
portion of ckan using go and rdf, instead of python and sql and solr and the rest
of the kitchen sink
12:28 < ww> so, i'd say "(meta)data catalogue aggregation and linked data"
12:28 < ww> but there are those who wouldn't agree
12:30 < ww> the continuation of that work is happening with edina (jisc
national data centre at university of edinburgh etc) but don't put them just yet
because i need their permission to mention their name on websites, press releases
whatever
12:30 < uriel> there are always people who disagree
12:31 < ww> (which i'll ask about tomorrow)
12:31 < ww> (err...  monday)
12:32 < uriel> heh, no worries, just wondering if you wanted to add some
explanatory comment
12:33 < ww> it's probably safe to put what i said.  just be aware that the
context is that it isn't the only such system at okf
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12:36 < uriel> well, I don't expect any existing organization to have
completely rewritten all their systems in Go quite yet ;P
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12:47 < genbattle> the hardest part of programming cgo interfaces for me is
writing C code :-/
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12:49 * ww complains about 1000 different web APIs
12:54 < spacenick> If I do func (heap Heap) siftDown(pos){} am I correct
that the heap is not copyed?
12:55 < spacenick> (type Heap []int)
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12:58 < exch> yes
12:58 < exch> a slice is just a small struct with capacity, length and a
pointer to the actual underlying data
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13:06 < Guest79451> hi, can anyone advise me on the neatest way to take a
directory listing []*FileInfo and turrn it into a list of filenames with
extentions removed?
13:07 < Guest79451> in .NET i would do dirContents.Select(filename =>
filename.Substring(filename.LastIndexOf('.')).ToArray()
13:07 < Guest79451> in go do I have to declare and initialize a list, do a
for loop building up the list then somehow convert the list to an array/slice?
13:07 < Guest79451> er..  in go
13:08 < Guest79451> basically, can't think of a neat way to do it in go
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13:27 < Guest79451> why doesnt this line build:
13:27 < Guest79451> var titles [len(items)]string
13:27 < Guest79451> ?
13:28 < Guest79451> can you only create an array with size defined at
compile time?
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13:33 < aiju> Guest79451: yes
13:34 < exch> Guest79451: you'll want a slice: titles := make([]string,
len(items))
13:35 < Guest79451> ah thanks
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13:46 < skelterjohn_> Guest24408: you create a slice of the same length as
the []*FileInfo, and then you populate it with theFileInfos[i].Name or whatever
the field is
13:46 < skelterjohn_> oh - you also want to trim stuff
13:46 < Guest79451> yea, ive done it now
13:46 < Guest79451> thanks
13:46 < skelterjohn_> filename[:strings.LastIndex(filename, ".")]
13:46 < skelterjohn_> cool
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15:49 < nbm> So...I'm trying to use xgb and make gives me "not enough
arguments in call to os.Open" type errors.  What am I missing?
15:52 < exch> nbm: the source is probably outdated.  there have bene changes
to the os.Open api recently
15:52 < exch> either that, or your Go version is outdated
15:52 < exch> the source can be fixed by running gofix on it
15:53 < nbm> Thanks, I'll try gofix.
15:55 < str1ngs> Guest24408: I like to use filepath.Glob for listings then
range over them
15:56 < nbm> Okay..."hg incoming https://go.googlecode.com/hg/" ->
"abort: HTTP Error 502: Bad Gateway"
15:57 < str1ngs> Guest24408: to remove extentions something like
strings.Split
15:57 < nbm> Weird...clone works fine.
15:57 < str1ngs> derp wrong guy :(
15:58 < nbm> Okay, clone doesn't work fine...is this my network or is
something wrong with the server?
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16:01 < str1ngs> nbm: think google code is down
16:01 < nbm> Well crap.
16:02 < str1ngs> something related to hg
16:04 < nbm> Well, while I'm pointing out web failings, "The Mercurial in
your distribution's package repository will most likely be old and broken." is a
quote from http://golang.org/doc/install.html referring to hg in Ubuntu and
Debian.  I don't know about Ubuntu, but my copy of Debian comes with hg 1.8.1.
Also, that seems rather trollish for an installation guide.
16:07 < str1ngs> nbm: probably at the time of right it was old and broken :P
16:07 < str1ngs> writing*
16:09 < nbm> I'd concede that when it was written the mercurial in Debian
stable may have been old and broken, but I remember checking out Go from a machine
running sid back then without problems.  I don't want to start distro wars or
anything, but that page is dated at best.
16:10 < str1ngs> my guess is that line is dated now.
16:13 < str1ngs>
http://packages.debian.org/search?searchon=names&keywords=golang might get you
around the hg issue
16:13 < nbm> Huh, didn't know about that.
16:14 < nbm> It seems fixed though, yay.
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16:18 < justinlilly> https://github.com/justinlilly/go-ghissues -- api
client for github issues if anyone needs it.
16:18 < str1ngs> justinlilly: oh I was thinking of doing that for gists
16:19 < justinlilly> they have a new gists api fwiw
16:20 < str1ngs> yes I figured that is what you used here.
16:20 < justinlilly> their issues api stayed the same with the redesign,
actually.
16:20 < justinlilly> if you want to patch up the project into a full github
api client..  I'm happy to use that.
16:20 < str1ngs> that might be best what you have here is a good base
16:21 < justinlilly> github/issues or github/gists seem like good
namespacing.
16:25 < str1ngs> add github/git for go-git :P
16:25 < str1ngs> which is still work in progress
16:25 < aiju> a go implementation of git?
16:25 < str1ngs> no I wish.  bindings to libgit2
16:26 < str1ngs> native bindings are abit of my skill range right now
16:27 < taruti> How does one pass+call closures from Go to 8c?
16:31 < taruti> that is any example of the use of runtime·closure
16:35 < str1ngs> taruti: are you trying to do a callback in cgo?
16:35 < str1ngs> not sure what you are trying to do here
16:35 < taruti> str1ngs: callback in 8c
16:36 < str1ngs> what is 8c?
16:36 < aiju> the c compiler
16:36 < taruti> the C compier that ships with Go distribution and that can
be used without cgo
16:36 < str1ngs> ok sorry so plan9 c
16:37 < taruti> not related to plan9 this time :)
16:37 < str1ngs> ok so its a C compiler yes?
16:37 < taruti> yes
16:37 < taruti> which does not require cgo
16:37 < str1ngs> right but all it does is C no?
16:37 < str1ngs> not really related to go
16:37 < taruti> yes
16:38 < taruti> actually it is, calling Go runtime functions
16:38 < str1ngs> just runtime?
16:39 < taruti> well Go code calls the C code which calls Go runtime etc
16:39 < scyth> anyone familiar with mgo driver?
16:39 < str1ngs> taruti: do you have an example of 8c ?
16:41 < taruti> str1ngs: see e.g.
https://bitbucket.org/taruti/hardcrypto.go
16:43 < str1ngs> taruti: OFILES calls 8c ?
16:43 < taruti> str1ngs: yes
16:43 < str1ngs> ok makes sense
16:43 < taruti> (or 8a depending whether there is a .c or a .s)
16:44 < str1ngs> ok
16:44 < aiju> 18:44 < str1ngs> taruti: do you have an example of 8c ?
16:44 < aiju> the whole runtime is written in 8c/8a
16:46 < str1ngs> aiju: was that an example.  nope :P
16:46 < str1ngs> taruti: func aesEncrypt(*uint32, int, *byte, *byte) calling
C I assume?
16:46 < str1ngs> or a declaring
16:47 < taruti> declaring
16:47 < str1ngs> ok bit like how gcc-go does it
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16:51 < str1ngs> taruti: ok, sorry I know I'm not being helpful but callback
seems to be an issue with cgo also.  if you can post to the ML I think some else
would be more helpful
16:52 < str1ngs> my guess russ or someone else from the go team would know
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16:53 < aiju> taruti: just dig around in runtime code
16:54 < taruti> aiju: it has no occurences of that, but the source seems
clear enough to get it right in a few tries :)
16:54 < aiju> look at runtime.closure, for example
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16:58 < str1ngs> taruti: if it helps I'm looking to
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17:13 < Allotabits> Anyone familiar with Go in Windows?
17:14 < Allotabits> I'm having an issue with goinstall.  I get "Bad file
number" for any command I issue.  Is goinstall supported in Windows?
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17:18 < uriel> Allotabits: I don't think goinstall works on windows yet
17:18 < uriel> I think there is an issue about it
17:18 < Allotabits> Ahh, that's too bad.  Is there a forum or issues list
for gomingw?
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17:47 < kimelto> how do you manage in go multiple types when you need to
know what the struct has, and not what it does (behavior via interfaces).
interface with getters seems overkill.
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18:31 < steven> the new reflect changes broke my lib
18:31 < steven> and gofix didnt fix it.
18:31 < steven> :|
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18:32 < steven> it runtime panics when i do reflect.Zero(someVar).Addr()
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18:34 < steven> println(reflect.Zero(reflect.TypeOf(42)).Addr().String())
18:34 < steven> should that panic?
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18:37 < steven> this also panics: var a int;
println(reflect.ValueOf(a).CanAddr())
18:37 < steven> whats the deal
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19:11 < skelterjohn> steven: not really familiar enough with the reflect api
to answer your question
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19:19 < salty-horse> can I report documentation bugs here?
19:25 < skelterjohn> issue tracker is in the topic
19:25 < skelterjohn> but you can double check that it's a bug here O:-)
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19:26 < salty-horse> skelterjohn, nm :) --
https://code.google.com/p/go/issues/detail?id=1786
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19:31 < Fib> Hi - I'm a complete newbie trying to learn Go with a small
project.  I'm trying to use https://github.com/jb55/go-twitter but I'm having to
make a few changes to get it to compile.
19:31 < Fib> I've made a few fixes already but there's one error I don't
understand enough to fix:
19:32 < Fib> http_auth.go:94: cannot use map literal (type map[string]
string) as type http.Header in assignment
19:33 < Fib> I've tried changing the type of the map to map[string][]string
to match the current type of http.Header, but this just gives a new error:
19:33 < Fib> http_auth.go:94: cannot use (node ADDSTR) (type string) as type
[]string in map value
19:34 < Fib> I've tried extracting the string addition expression and adding
a [:] to make a slice from the string, but I still get similar errors
19:37 < Fib> It looks like string is already a slice type, so somestring[:]
just gives a string?
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19:46 < keidaa> cannot convert html (type interface { }) to type map[string]
string: need type assertion
19:46 < keidaa> is this even possible?
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19:52 < Fib> I've fixed the errors by using h := make(http.Header);
h.Add(etc, etc).  It would be nice to understand the error though.  Is there any
way of making a literal map[string][]string?
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19:56 < kevlar> Fib: Sure, just like any composite type
19:56 < kevlar> map[string][]string{ "blah": []string{"foo", "bar"} }
19:57 < Fib> ahhhhh I see
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19:58 < kevlar> but to convert a map[string]string to a http.Header, you'll
probably want to make(Header) and then for k,v:=range inmap{h.Set(k,v)} or
something.  It's possible the type of http.Header changed since go-twitter was
made.
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19:59 < Fib> I expect a few things have changed, yes.  I had to modify the
makefiles too
20:00 < Fib> It was looking for Make.$(GOARCH), I think the correct
replacement is Make.inc
20:00 < kevlar> hopefully now that we have gofix, packages that are
up-to-date now or in the future will be able to be somewhat simply upgraded.
20:00 < kevlar> oh, wow, yeah that's been awhile
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20:01 < thakis_> hi, i'm new to go.  i'm trying to write a program with one
producer that reads lines from stdin and writes them to a channel, and a consumer
that reads from a channel and prints the output to stdout (i.e.  some form of
cat).  however, the producer produces the first line of the input forever.  what
am i doing wrong?  http://pastie.org/1875838
20:02 < keidaa> is there a way to check if a map key exists?
20:02 < Fib> So what is the benefit of http.Header being a
map[string][]string?  Is it valid to have multiple values under the same key in
the http header?
20:02 < kevlar> thakis_: in a for loop, the first expression is only run
once
20:02 < thakis_> heh
20:02 < kevlar> keidaa: value,exists := m[key]
20:03 < kevlar> Fib: yes, in HTTP it's technically the same to send Header:
a, b and Header: a Header: b
20:03 < Fib> Ok, thanks
20:04 < kevlar> thakis_: try something like for { bytes,err := ...; if err
== os.EOF { break } else if err != nil {...} ...}
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20:05 < thakis_> kevlar: thanks!
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20:14 < keidaa> fl := []string{}
20:14 < keidaa> for _,file := range files {
20:14 < keidaa> append(fl, file.Name)
20:14 < keidaa> }
20:14 < keidaa> main.go:81: append(fl, file.Name) not used
20:15 < keidaa> ?
20:15 < justinlilly> does append return a new list?
20:15 < justinlilly>
http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Appending_and_copying_slices
20:16 < keidaa> I see, looking at it
20:16 < justinlilly> so basically I think you're looking for fl = append(fl,
file.Name)
20:16 < keidaa> yep, works
20:17 < keidaa> is there a better way of doing that btw?
20:17 < keidaa> I just want the filenames in a string slice/array
20:17 * justinlilly is a noob and doesn't know.
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20:17 < keidaa> oh well, it works:P
20:23 < kevlar> keidaa: what data type is "files"?
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20:23 < keidaa> *File
20:24 < kevlar> and that is definitely a slice, not an array.  I have never
used an array directly in the entire time I've been programming with and
developing Go.
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20:24 < kevlar> oh, so files is a []*File?
20:24 < keidaa> yes
20:24 < keidaa> hence file.Name
20:25 < kevlar> then that's probably the best way to do it, though I would
personally go the fl := make([]string, len(files)); ...  { fl[i] = file.Name; }
route
20:25 < kevlar> because you know how many there are, so you might as well
preallocate the slice
20:26 < keidaa> yes, the append felt a bit sloppy
20:28 < keidaa> I thought new was used for built-in types though?
20:29 < jnwhiteh> Does anyone have a library for working with sets?
20:33 < kevlar> jnwhiteh: I cheat and use map[...]bool
20:33 < jnwhiteh> yeah =/
20:33 < jnwhiteh> no tiem to write one atm :P
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20:37 < keidaa> is there a list of the built-in functions some place?
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20:38 < krutcha> www.golang.org
20:39 < keidaa> yes, but where?
20:40 < krutcha> what sort of functions are you looking for?
20:40 < krutcha> you want the library functionality, or the raw language ?
20:40 < krutcha> try http://golang.org/pkg/
20:41 < krutcha> for the built-in library type stuff (organized into
individual packages in go)
20:44 < keidaa> I'm looking for global functions like len() make() etc.
20:46 < krutcha> http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html should have everything,
although it's sortof organized by topic rather than raw reference
20:46 < krutcha> http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Length_and_capacity
20:46 < krutcha> has len() described, for example
20:47 < |Craig|> http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Built-in_functions
20:47 < krutcha>
http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Making_slices_maps_and_channels
20:47 < |Craig|> all the built in functions are in the built in functions
section there, though they are not cleanly listed by name
20:48 < krutcha> brb reboot and maybe brick laptop :P
20:49 < keidaa> ok, was so few in there, thought there would be more..
20:49 < keidaa> looking for a way to remove a slice element
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20:52 < edsrzf> keidaa: If you're removing it from the beginning of the
slice, you can say something like s = s[1:].  The end is similar.
20:52 < edsrzf> If you're removing an element from the middle, you'll have
to copy over the element.  There's no "remove" operation.
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21:10 < wrtp> thakis_: your for loop does only does the ReadBytes once
21:10 < thakis_> wrtp: yes, kevlar told me how to fix this above, thanks
21:11 < wrtp> thakis_: oh yes, i missed that, np
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22:13 < nbm> Does anyone know if the SDL bindings are any good?
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23:30 < jeremy_c> How do I convert a unsafe.Pointer to a *C.Ihandle ?
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