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01:48 < exch> uriel: can you remove go-pkg-njb from the bindings page, and
change go-pkg-mtp to link to https://github.com/jteeuwen/go-mtp please.  I've done
some housekeeping and completely rewrote the mtp bindings
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01:50 < tylerl> what "version" is Go? Is there a sense of such a thing?  Or
do we just have build numbers?
01:51 < exch> tylerl: there are only the weeklies and 'release' builds
01:53 < tylerl> is it possible to call a Go library from a C program within
its own process space?
01:54 < exch> the entrypoint always has to be a go program afaik
01:54 < tylerl> And thats because Go requires a specific runtime environment
which wouldn't otherwise be available, right?
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01:55 < Namegduf> It's because Go's runtime requires initialisation
01:56 < tylerl> So, couldn't you theroetically call some sort of go_init()
and go_cleanup() from C?
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01:57 < exch> I believe there is a discussion about that going in the
mailinglist
01:57 < exch> notably about doing that sort of wizardry to get Go to run
natively on android
01:58 < exch> It's all a bit beyond me though, so I won't be of much use
there
01:58 < tylerl> exch: you remember any keywords from the mailinglist thread
that I can search for to find it?
01:59 < exch> tylerl: not really, but it should be in the top 20.  I'll have
a look
02:00 < tylerl> exch: thanks!
02:00 < skelterjohn>
https://groups.google.com/d/topic/golang-nuts/NPgKM_0hZHw/discussion
02:00 < tylerl> thanks!
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02:02 < exch> thats it
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02:11 < chomp> does it seem like a waste of effort to implement a base128
encoding package?
02:11 < chomp> (primarily for binary over utf-8 websocket)
02:12 < exch> if you have a use for it, it's never a waste
02:13 < chomp> touche :)
02:13 < exch> whether it'll end up in the standard libs is another matter
though.  But there is nothing stopping you from putting it up on github or
something like that
02:14 < chomp> yeah i'm wrestling with the value vs.  just using base64
02:15 < chomp> seems like for large data it might be worthwhile but
otherwise, meh.
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10:28 < tyha2> I am getting "@" for http.Request.RemoteAddr after a trivial
request handler is invoked.  Both server and client are local, so I expected to
see something like "127.0.0.1:xxx".  Anyone know what's up with "@"?
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12:46 < icy> I try to get some values out of /proc/meminfo using regexp but
somehow I can only get the first match.  the regex looks like "(MemTotal|MemFree):
+([0-9]+) " and I use FindAllStringSubmatch().  what am I overlooking?
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13:13 < icy> nvm
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14:34 < curiousorange> Hi all, anyone able to help me out with a fairly
basic zlib reader problem?
14:39 < curiousorange> I'm having a go at learning go by attempting to
decode minecraft world files, and they contain chunks of zlib-compressed data,
which I have extracted into []byte arrays, but I cannot figure out how to set up a
reader(/writer?) to uncompress each of these into new, uncompressed []byte arrays
(http://pastebin.com/u6JrtepM).  I have been looking at the documentation for io
and bufio readers, writers but cannot work out how to do
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14:46 < curiousorange> My last strategy was to use a strings.Reader on the
compressed []byte array, and pass that to a zlib.NewReader, then attempt to Read()
a []byte array out - but I could not get that to work.  I fear I am
mis-understanding some fairly basic things about how readers work.
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15:26 < intellectronica> hi, i'm having a problem creating a binding to a c
library using cgo.  my library package compiles and installs fine, but when i try
to use it in a program i get "unexpected R_X86_64_64 relocation for dynamic
symbol" during make.
15:26 < intellectronica> any ideas?
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15:38 < rael_wiki> hello
15:39 < rael_wiki> today's question: if I create a chan inside a function
what happens if someone writes on that chan after the function has returned?
15:40 < exch> the channl will continue to remain valid until all references
to it are gone.  But, if something writes to it while nothing reads from it,
you'll have yourself a deadlock
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15:41 < rael_wiki> as I suspected...
15:42 < rael_wiki> unless it has enough buffer I guess...
15:42 < exch> yea
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16:13 < rael_wiki> if I have understood the differences between an array and
a slice, when I write "a []int{1,2,3}; ch <- a" on the channel I will get a
pointer to the slice, right?
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17:01 < vsmatck> Slices are a reference type.  It's similar to a pointer
except you don't have to dereference it.
17:03 < vsmatck> Only difference between a array and slice is that the array
has a fixed size.
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17:17 < bickfordb> hi, i need help setting up a Makefile for a project with
a local libraries and with cgo files.  is there an easy way to do it within one
Makefile?
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17:19 < str1ngs> bickfordb: generally no you need one Makefile per dir
17:19 < str1ngs> bickfordb: then a top level Makefile with rules for each
dir
17:21 < str1ngs> bickfordb: something like this
https://gist.github.com/997048
17:21 < str1ngs> there is more in there then you probably need though
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17:49 < str1ngs> Is there a writer type that writes to two writers?  I swear
I saw one in the docs, but now I can not find it.
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17:56 < Ekspluati> str1ngs, io.MultiWriter
http://golang.org/pkg/io/#Writer.MultiWriter
17:57 < str1ngs> Ekspluati: ah thats it thank you
17:57 < str1ngs> must be blind today
17:59 < Ekspluati> It's easy to miss.
17:59 < Ekspluati> I had hard time finding it yesterday when I needed it.
18:02 < str1ngs> I think I was looking for a type not a func
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18:08 < nictuku> what's a good way to sort a slice of bytes?  Make them ints
and use SortInts() from the sort package?
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18:11 < Ekspluati> nictuku, Have you tried sort.Sort()?
http://golang.org/pkg/sort/#Sort
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18:11 < nictuku> oh, I guess that was too obvious for me to see that ;-).
I'll try it, thanks Ekspluati
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18:17 < nictuku> sort.Sort() requires a sort.Interface, so I'll have to
write that.  It's pretty simple, sure.  I wonder if it's worth adding it to the
sort package?  ..  I'll open a bug and see what the team thinks.
18:18 < Ekspluati> Maybe you could add the required methods to bytes.Buffer?
18:21 < nictuku> I don't need a buffer in this case so I can just create a
ByteArray like the ones in the sort package.
18:21 < nictuku> another option is to make a string from the slice of bytes.
18:21 < nictuku> not super efficient though.
18:23 < exch> writing the 3 Sort interface methods is hardly rocket science
:)
18:25 < nictuku> the concern here is obviously not challenge, but
convenience for us all.
18:31 < Ekspluati> I might have asked this before but are there any SDL or
similar bindings working on Windows?
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18:40 < kevlar> Ekspluati: last time I looked, cgo support on windows is
spotty or nonexistent.
18:40 < kevlar> (so no)
18:40 < kevlar> however, I could be out of date; it's hard enough to keep up
with golang when you *don't* track the arm/windows status.
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18:41 < Ekspluati> I think cgo works but I haven't bothered with it yet.
18:42 < kevlar> orly?  I thought they didn't want to fool around with dlls.
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19:44 < uriel> exch: done, thanks for th eheads up
19:48 < exch> uriel: cool, np
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21:47 < nictuku> uriel, hi.  suggestion for
http://go-lang.cat-v.org/text-editors/ => https://github.com/mikhailt/tabby
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21:52 < uriel> I think it is mentioned in http://go-lang.cat-v.org/go-code
(can't check now, got to run)
21:52 < uriel> nictuku: but probably should be mentioned there too, thanks
for the hint, remind me again if I don't add it when I'm back ;)
21:53 < nictuku> uriel, ok :-)
21:54 < nictuku> indeed it's in go-code
22:13 < hallas> Does anyone have any clue about how video capture software
work?  Technically, I tried Googling ofc, but my skills aren't good enough
22:14 < hallas> Sorry its not a go question, you guys are just pretty
clever, thought I'd try here
22:16 < vsmatck> hallas: You should not ask here.
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23:21 < str1ngs> hmmm what does this mean netchan export: value decode:EOF;
type chan int
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23:31 < mpl> what's the common practice to store bool and/or ints with json
as we can only put strings in there?  just convert them to the type you want after
unmarshalling?
23:32 < manveru> mpl: you can only put strings into json??
23:33 < mpl> I had hoped if the type of the field in my struct was bool the
unmarshaller would magically convert the "true" I had in the json file but no
luck.
23:33 < manveru> i hope not :)
23:33 < mpl> ah my bad
23:33 < nsf> mpl: json has true and false
23:34 < mpl> the key in the map/ struct must be a string, not the values
23:34 < nsf> ah
23:34 < mpl> nsf: yeah just realized that, thx
23:34 < nsf> for map keys
23:34 < mpl> ok, problem solved then, thx.
23:34 < nsf> :P
23:35 < mpl> the simplicity of both go + json is such a delight :)
23:35 < nsf> I don't like json
23:35 < manveru> oO
23:35 < nsf> it's better than XML though
23:36 < nsf> but something like YAML is much more readable :)
23:36 < manveru> implementing parser/serializer for YAML is a PITA though
23:36 < nsf> yes, it's not that trivial
23:36 < nsf> but it's quite popular, and there is a C parser
23:37 < manveru> the only time i'd use YAML is if i have to define my own
types
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