cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake | IRC logs: and | Matti: I made a bit of progress, the tests now only segfault towards the end
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<cfbolz> mattip: thanks for the reminder
<cfbolz> glyph: wow
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<fijal> mattip: which buildbots do you want me to kick?
<fijal> meh, heptapod spams me on the commit message with mercurial conference ://///
<fijal> this is so shit....
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<notadmin> Is it possible to install pandas?
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<mgorny> fijal: commit message?
<fijal> mgorny: ^^^^
<fijal> before we know it, it'll be "you can pay $5 to get your coffee delivered straight to the door!"
<mgorny> Ah, push message
<mgorny> You got me worried that they're actually rewriting commits
<fijal> heh, I hope not
<fijal> (I also hope that's kinda what hash algo is about)
<fijal> like, there are places where ads are just not ok. Anything that can be a warning or a control message or something is NOT for fucking marketing
<exarkun> good idea, but it should analyze commits for programming workflow shortcomings and advertise tools that purport to address them
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<mattip> fijal: e3030fec91f3 for sure fails on windows
<mattip> the branch translates on my macmini, so maybe all we need is a "if platform == 'WIN64' there
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<fijal> exarkun: I struggle to exactly unpack the level of sarcasm in your sentence
<fijal> it's significantly >0
<Corbin> Wasn't there a Heroku-ish product (maybe Heroku itself) where it would run a push hook and reject pushes based on a linter/etc.?
<fijal> mattip: it's a copout in a sense, but I'm not sure I have better answers
<fijal> mattip: why would it fail?
<mattip> because the argument to is not only string/bytes, it can also be a FileEncoder/FileDecoder
<mattip> with a is_unicode attribute
<mattip> doesn't know what to do with that, calls _os_support._prefer_unicode,
<mattip> which always returns False on non-windows, and will check arg.is_unicode on windows