i asked a pull request ( https://github.com/IronLanguages/main/pull/28 ) for fix Time#strftime behaviour on invalid directives on format string, ex: ruby 1.8: Time.now.strftime '%$' => '$' ruby 1.9: Time.now.strftime '%$' => '%$' this make green a mspec test on core/time/strftime_spec.rb I have some question: 1) i added a check for ruby compatibility >= ruby 1.9, is needed? 2) i removed 'fails:' from ironruby-tags-19/core/time/strftime_tags.txt is correct? 3) usually code review is in mailing list or github pull request? (so i dont need to write two times the same questions)
on 2011-08-02 19:07
on 2011-08-02 19:52
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Enrico Sada <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Looks good. Did the test fail before ths change? > I have some question: > 1) i added a check for ruby compatibility >= ruby 1.9, is needed? > Not really as we have explicitly decided that IronRuby 1.x targets MRI 1.9, and doesn't support 1.8.x anymore. However, we didn't remove any of those checks for 1.8. It doesn't hurt, but isn't required. > 2) i removed 'fails:' from > ironruby-tags-19/core/time/strftime_tags.txt is correct? > Yup, you fixed that test so no need for the guard anymore. > 3) usually code review is in mailing list or github pull request? (so > i dont need to write two times the same questions) > It doesn't matter where you actually write the text, but the pull request is needed as well as notifying the mailing list. I say put everything in the pull request, and then send the link to the pull request to the mailing list.
on 2011-08-02 20:17
You can remove compatibility check (including the one that's there). IronRuby only supports MRI 1.9. Tomas
on 2011-08-02 20:59
yes the test was red before. i will remove the checks for 1.9 (are useless) and update the pull request.
on 2011-08-05 18:07
updated removing checks, now is ready to pull