Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of ParrotQuotes

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02/18/09 17:59:53 (6 years ago)
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Infinoid
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    101 japhb> OK, popping that discussion off the stack ... we clearly support gcc 3.4.  How much older than that do we still support? 
    102 rurban> 3.3 ? 
    103 particle> no 
     101japhb>       OK, popping that discussion off the stack ... 
     102             we clearly support gcc 3.4.  How much older than that do we still support? 
     103rurban>      3.3 ? 
     104particle>    no 
    104105davidfetter> stack? i thought we used registers here ;) 
    105 particle> and don't even ask about 2.7 
    106 rurban> 2.95 is still quite popular in academia 
    107 chromatic> Academia should freakin' go outside once in a while. 
    108 japhb> chromatic++ 
    109 chromatic> HELLO FROM THE 21ST CENTURY PLEASE JOIN US THE WATER IS FINE 
     106particle>    and don't even ask about 2.7 
     107rurban>      2.95 is still quite popular in academia 
     108chromatic>   Academia should freakin' go outside once in a while. 
     109japhb>       chromatic++ 
     110chromatic>   HELLO FROM THE 21ST CENTURY PLEASE JOIN US THE WATER IS FINE 
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    112 NotFound> "put exit at bottom or die" is valid perl6? 
    113 moritz> it's just a string literal ;) 
    114 NotFound> moritz: don't take it too literay 
    115 NotFound> literaly 
    116 Infinoid> metaphors are very literary. 
    117 particle> i never met a phor i didn't like (or is) 
     113NotFound>  "put exit at bottom or die" is valid perl6? 
     114moritz>    it's just a string literal ;) 
     115NotFound>  moritz: don't take it too literay 
     116NotFound>  literaly 
     117Infinoid>  metaphors are very literary. 
     118particle>  i never met a phor i didn't like (or is) 
    118119chromatic> I never metamodel not obsessed with reflection. 
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    121 alvar> allison: would it be a good idea to build something which relies on threads on the current implementation? 
    122 allison> alvar: you will likely run into some rough spots in the current threading implementation, but a real use for the threads implementation is a great way to shake out the bugs 
    123 allison> alvar: so, I guess it depends on whether you're more of a "mountain bike" or "racing bike" kind of programmer 
     122alvar>       allison: would it be a good idea to build something which 
     123             relies on threads on the current implementation? 
     124allison>     alvar: you will likely run into some rough spots in the 
     125             current threading implementation, but a real use for the 
     126             threads implementation is a great way to shake out the bugs 
     127allison>     alvar: so, I guess it depends on whether you're more of a 
     128             "mountain bike" or "racing bike" kind of programmer 
    124129Whiteknight> what's the difference? 
    125130Whiteknight> ...besides the number of crashes 
    126 Infinoid> big gnarly wheels and a penchant for running over small woodland creatures 
    127 allison> alvar: "mountain bike" would be enjoying exploring rugged terrain, not minding a few bumps 
    128 particle> the racing bike programmer wears a funny hat, too 
    129 chromatic> If a mountain biker sees a goat, that's wonderful.  If a racing biker sees a goat, something's wrong. 
     131Infinoid>    big gnarly wheels and a penchant for running over small 
     132             woodland creatures 
     133allison>     alvar: "mountain bike" would be enjoying exploring rugged 
     134             terrain, not minding a few bumps 
     135particle>    the racing bike programmer wears a funny hat, too 
     136chromatic>   If a mountain biker sees a goat, that's wonderful. 
     137             If a racing biker sees a goat, something's wrong. 
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