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02:07:51Guest62hello, how do i move between two lets? for example `let a = @[1, 2, 3]; let b = a; doAssert unsafeAddr(a) == unsafeAddr(b)`. this currently fails, and `move(a)` only works if a is a var
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02:21:27disruptekby design; lets are immutable.
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02:45:40leorizedisruptek: how's the ryu port going?
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08:15:35FromDiscord<clyybber> leorize: I finished it
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08:40:13Zevvbut he still did not test all the numbers
08:40:19Zevvthat might take a day or two
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08:55:05dadadacan you export an import? for example, when I want a certain module to be automatically imported, whenever another module is imported?
08:55:47leorizeexport <module name here>
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09:38:58WilhelmVonWeinerwhat is the difference between , and ; in a proc's parameter list?
09:43:23narimiranno difference
09:43:53solitudesfthere is if you use `using` statement
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09:48:20solitudesfalso in templates/macros it makes difference, since parameters you dont provide type for assumed `untyped`.
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09:54:31WilhelmVonWeineris there a builtin/stdlib way to flatten a seq of seqs?
09:57:36FromGitter<Varriount> Two `for` loops?
09:58:11WilhelmVonWeinernot particularly what I was thinking of by builtin
10:07:47WilhelmVonWeineroh okay
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11:08:15dadadacan macros be used to overwrite what builtin keywords do?
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11:19:54lqdev[m]nope, you can use term rewriting macros for that
11:20:11lqdev[m]ah no
11:20:16lqdev[m]source code filters
11:20:24lqdev[m]my bad
11:24:21dadadawith dumpTree: you can generate an indented representation of nim code
11:24:44dadadais there a reverse version of that, that takes dumpTree output and makes nim code?
11:25:15dadadathe dumpTree output shouldn't lack any required data, right?
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11:34:49FromGitter<kristianmandrup> Does Nim support of dereferencing of arrays and/or objects (tables)?
11:35:16FromGitter<kristianmandrup> ie. sth like `[a, b] = numbers`, where `numbers = [1,2]`
11:35:57FromGitter<alehander92> destructuring8
11:36:03FromGitter<kristianmandrup> can also be used swap, ie `[a,b] = [b,a]`
11:36:25FromGitter<kristianmandrup> yup, destructuring :)
11:36:42FromGitter<alehander92> not sure, i think it does with tuples
11:36:53FromGitter<alehander92> and i am sorry, this might also be pattern matching
11:36:56FromGitter<kristianmandrup> yeah, would be logical
11:37:05FromGitter<alehander92> as some libs define such helpers
11:37:39FromGitter<alehander92> e.g. `match ... : @[@a, @b, @c*]: echo c` (iirc)
11:38:32FromGitter<kristianmandrup> wow
11:38:36FromGitter<kristianmandrup> well, this works :)
11:38:36FromGitter<alehander92> (disclaimer, iirc thats my gara lib syntax, my point is that you can use it in pattern matching to include stuff like wildcards and unification, so not sure how useful)
11:38:49FromGitter<kristianmandrup> https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c1P
11:39:32FromGitter<alehander92> https://github.com/alehander92/gara but again this might be overengineered and its experimental
11:39:48FromGitter<alehander92> awesome, if tuples work, use them
11:40:06FromGitter<kristianmandrup> ```let numbers = @[1,2,3,4,5,6] ⏎ var a,b: int ⏎ (a,b) = numbers ⏎ echo (a, b)``` [https://gitter.im/nim-lang/Nim?at=5e4bcd15b401eb68a584b521]
11:40:10FromGitter<kristianmandrup> Totally works :)
11:40:17FromGitter<alehander92> i think (a, b) = (b, a)
11:40:25FromGitter<alehander92> should also work, as its an idiom in python too
11:40:42FromGitter<alehander92> yep it seems so
11:40:59FromGitter<kristianmandrup> Great :)
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12:37:36dadadahow advanced is the parsesql sql parser in nim?
12:37:47dadadaI was surprised that there even is one :D
12:38:02narimiran73/100 on the advanced scale :P
12:39:34dadadawhat is missing in it?
12:52:51FromDiscord<Rika> what do you guys usually do for a deserializing proc? `proc deser(str: string, typ: typedesc): string`?
12:53:05narimirandadada: 27 points
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13:11:19FromDiscord<Stuffe> I found an extremely weird bug: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2b
13:12:47FromDiscord<Stuffe> Some sort of memory corruption
13:13:21narimiranproc outer*(table: var Table[int, int]) =
13:15:47FromDiscord<Rika> shouldnt it error out?
13:20:08FromDiscord<Skaruts> is there an inverse proc for `astToStr()`?
13:22:03FromDiscord<Skaruts> strToAst doesn't exist
13:22:14FromDiscord<Skaruts> `strToAst` doesn't exist
13:34:27FromDiscord<exelotl> @Skaruts there's parseExpr and parseStmt but they're not recommended
13:35:29FromDiscord<Skaruts> They don't seem to work anyway, I tried both and the compiler says I need to discard them
13:36:11FromDiscord<Skaruts> my purpose is to temporarily store a piece of code passed into a template, so I can use it after processing some other stuff
13:36:54FromDiscord<exelotl> Have you worked with macros yet?
13:37:04FromDiscord<Stuffe> narimiran, that's not a solution
13:37:09FromDiscord<Skaruts> no, I'm still avoiding them...
13:37:25FromDiscord<Stuffe> consider this: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2h
13:38:04FromDiscord<Stuffe> There are reasons why you don't want to make proc arguments mutable necessarily
13:38:15FromDiscord<exelotl> If you want to store code at compile time for later, macros are what you want
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13:40:56FromGitter<kaushalmodi> @Vindaar Thanks I will have a look at the seqmath library. I was just surprised that `zip` was missing its counterpart `unzip` :)
13:41:31FromGitter<kaushalmodi> I might try at adding `unzip` to sequtils.. and may be I will realize in the process why it wasn't added? :)
13:41:46FromDiscord<Skaruts> this is from a small test where I was trying to get it working: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2k
13:41:51narimiran@Stuffe btw, if you echo your table after the last line in the code, everything is there :/
13:41:53FromDiscord<Skaruts> (that's non-working code)
13:42:17FromDiscord<exelotl> The Nim In Action metaprogramming chapter is a pretty good place to learn them, though I suspect the docs are improved nowadays too
13:42:40FromDiscord<Stuffe> narimiran, I know, the problem is the inner scope is messed up. This is a real issue that happens in my code
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13:43:37FromDiscord<Stuffe> Actually it's in a func that I would like to keep side effects out of, so it would be double inconvenient to use the outer scope
13:44:55FromDiscord<Skaruts> ok I'm gonna do some reading then
13:44:57FromDiscord<Skaruts> thanks
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13:45:41narimiran@Stuffe btw, this also works: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2m
13:47:05narimiranmy guess is: underlying sequence needs to be expanded, and that's why you're seeing this after "larger than 10" amount of new items
13:47:50FromDiscord<Stuffe> Thats curious
13:48:06FromDiscord<Stuffe> although the whole thing is beyond me
13:48:30FromDiscord<Stuffe> if you change any numbers in the sequence, it also works fine
13:49:05narimirannow that's strange!
13:50:23FromGitter<matrixbot> `reversem3` What is better suited for web programming Karax or Jester?
13:50:43FromDiscord<Rika> sorry for asking again but what do you guys usually do for a deserializing proc? do you use a signature like `proc deser(str: string, typ: typedesc): string`?
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13:51:02narimiranthe initial size of the seq which contains table's keys is 64 elements and it is resized when you reach 2/3 of it, and that's 42.6
13:51:19narimiraninitially you have 32 elements, and add more than 11
13:52:22narimiranand i noticed this right now: `var table* = Table[int, int]()` - why does this even work??
13:52:48FromDiscord<Rika> oh LMAO
13:52:54narimiranyep, use `var table* = initTable[int, int](128)` and it works
13:53:28FromDiscord<exelotl> @Skaruts here's a quick fix for your example btw: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2q
13:54:43FromDiscord<exelotl> though needless to say, closures / anonymous procs are probably the more suitable way to attach behaviour to buttons
13:55:54FromGitter<Vindaar> @kaushalmodi yeah, that surprised me a long time ago too. Feel free to try to add it to sequtils. However, I only now just realize that I didn't correctly remember what my `split` template is actually for, heh :/
13:57:17FromGitter<Vindaar> I forgot that `zip` actually gives you a `seq[tuple[a, b: whatever]]`, right? The `split` seq is for nested sequences however (`seq[seq[SomeNumber]]`) instead. ⏎ Writing a generic `unzip` should be actually rather easy, since the tuple is well defined at compile time
13:58:51FromDiscord<exelotl> @Rika why does it return string? Also is it legal to take a typedesc at runtime? I don't think I tried it before lol
13:59:05FromDiscord<Rika> no clue, and its just an example
13:59:16FromDiscord<Rika> ah, i made a mistake
13:59:24FromDiscord<Rika> yeah it shouldnt return a string but the actual type
13:59:38FromDiscord<Rika> nonetheless i do not know what approach i should take for deserializing procs
14:00:16FromDiscord<exelotl> What kind of data are you deserializing?
14:00:27FromDiscord<Rika> not json
14:01:50FromDiscord<Stuffe> narimiran, thank you, that's a good fix for my situation
14:02:45FromGitter<kaushalmodi> > Writing a generic unzip should be actually rather easy ⏎ ⏎ I think so too.. that's why I put a qualifier "may be I will realize in the process why it wasn't added" :D
14:03:54FromDiscord<exelotl> You can just do `proc deser(str:string): Foo` right?
14:04:26FromDiscord<exelotl> or well, you'd have to choose a better name than deser to disambiguate from other deserialization functions
14:04:46FromDiscord<exelotl> or do it like `proc deser(target: var Foo, str: string)`
14:05:21FromDiscord<Rika> ah yeah
14:05:26FromDiscord<Rika> out arguments
14:05:35FromDiscord<Rika> okay, that sounds good
14:06:26FromDiscord<Rika> thanks
14:06:26FromDiscord<Skaruts> @exelotl oh, thanks!
14:07:14FromDiscord<Skaruts> that's for an immediate mode ui, so it's not using callbacks of any kind (I had trouble doing callbacks on a retained ui)
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14:14:50FromDiscord<Rika> https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2z i feel like i'm doing something horribly wrong here... (perhaps the var enum argument)
14:18:03FromGitter<kaushalmodi> @Vindaar May be I inadvertently "unlocked" that ease for unzip implementation when I changed the zip return type to be a seq of generic tuples :D Earlier (nim 1.x), it returned tuples with fields "a" and "b"
14:20:32FromGitter<Vindaar> @kaushalmodi well with a macro we could also previously check the field names of the tuple. But yes, having generic names should make it a little easier too
14:20:38FromGitter<kaushalmodi> https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim/pull/13429/files
14:20:39disbot➥ 3Add `sequtils.unzip` to complement `sequtils.zip`
14:21:59WilhelmVonWeinerI was looking for that maybe 30 minutes ago
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14:24:59FromGitter<Vindaar> @kaushalmodi btw, custom annotations are coming along nicely so far
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14:29:22FromGitter<matrixbot> `reversem3` Does using sugar hinder performance ?
14:30:02FromDiscord<Rika> i assume compile time will go up
14:30:57FromDiscord<Rika> ok. so UFCS is a lie when it comes to parseEnum, idk why
14:31:37FromGitter<shizhaojingszj> Hi, people. I'm new and following the wiki https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim/wiki/Nim-for-Python-Programmers , but i cannot find collect function, where is it defined? I'm using Nim 1.0.6.
14:31:39FromDiscord<exelotl> @Rika yeahh I just noticed that too
14:32:59FromGitter<Vindaar> @shizhaojingszj it's defined in sugar here: https://nim-lang.github.io/Nim/sugar.html#collect.m%2Cuntyped%2Cuntyped ⏎ In general you can go here: https://nim-lang.github.io/Nim/theindex.html and just search on that page for whatever function you're looking for
14:33:44FromGitter<shizhaojingszj> @Vindaar Thank you very much! I'll check them out.
14:34:00FromGitter<Vindaar> you're welcome!
14:34:14FromDiscord<Rika> i'm still baffled as to why UFCS fails on parseEnum
14:34:25FromGitter<kaushalmodi> @Vindaar Looking forward to the annotations! 🎉
14:35:14FromGitter<kaushalmodi> Rika: can you create an example on play.nimlang.org and share that?
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14:36:18FromDiscord<Rika> > https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2z i feel like i'm doing something horribly wrong here... (perhaps the var enum argument)
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14:49:00FromGitter<Vindaar> as you said before, `parseEnum` doesn't like UFCS, because it explicitly generic: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2M
14:49:09FromGitter<Vindaar> *it's
14:50:39FromGitter<kaushalmodi> heh, I did something similar: https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c2O
14:51:13FromGitter<Vindaar> hehe :)
14:51:19FromGitter<kaushalmodi> I cannot get satisfaction until I see something echoed out
14:51:48FromGitter<kaushalmodi> heh
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14:58:52lqdev[m]use x.parseEnum[:Ty]()
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15:01:40FromDiscord<Rika> what's with the colon
15:09:10disruptekAraq: bump is failing tests because unittest cannot `expect ValueError` under cpp goto exceptions. there's also an arc destroy segv in the same tests on travis, but i cannot reproduce it using Nim#head. the weekly test passed last week.
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15:40:24disruptekhave yourself a pretty little christmas
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16:00:50disruptekso #13430
16:01:12disruptekso #13430 mr bot?
16:01:15disbot12https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim/issues/13430 -- 3Strange Table memory error ; snippet at 12https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c3d
16:02:41disruptekwe think we're passing by value but we're not. then the source table grows, is realloc'd and zero'd.
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16:08:41njosephIs cross-compilation for MacOS/Darwin supported yet?
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16:13:21shashlickif you use osxcross, sure
16:13:45shashlicknim can cross compile fine, you need the C/C++ cross-compiler to complement it
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18:33:48Araqomg, just setup a CI already for cross compiles to OSX
18:34:08Araqyour users will thank you that you actually tested the result somewhat
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18:34:43Araqit's 2020, cross compiling is for embedded devices
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18:49:44Zevvand for compiling to windows
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19:07:14FromGitter<mratsim> You have appveyor and azure for windows
19:14:38FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> since i am pretty sure this is gonna be wrong i will jump right into the question before wrapping a whole library incorrectly, so, what am i doing wrong here if nothing?
19:14:39FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> https://play.nim-lang.org/#ix=2c4F
19:18:48solitudesf`void*` is `pointer`
19:19:57solitudesfLoadInterface takes cpp string, not nim string
19:20:12FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> ye, i thought that was wrong
19:23:25FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> s that it?
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19:37:48FromGitter<Varriount> Recruit_main_70007: Technically, it might be better to use 'cint', 'cbool', etc
19:38:16FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> ok
19:38:45FromGitter<Varriount> At least that way, you can easily scan through code you're having trouble with, and say "ok, I'm not using int, string, or bool, so there's less chance the types are wrong"
19:39:42FromDiscord<Recruit_main_70007> undeclared identifier: 'cbool'
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