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3 points by rocketnia 390 days ago | link | parent

Hmm, it doesn't look like tem.arc was in any of Anarki's versions of the official releases. Didn't you factor out that file?


2 points by akkartik 390 days ago | link

Yeah, that's what I meant :) but I was lax in my phrasing.

https://github.com/arclanguage/anarki/commit/2820bbf7ee

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2 points by rocketnia 390 days ago | link

I'm not sure what you're saying it's an example of...

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2 points by i4cu 389 days ago | link

Your comment detailed what the libs.arc file contained.

the code within tem.arc was originally part-in-parcel within those files, but was extracted out into its' own file. So he was just commenting that there is other code that exists in anarki that was originally included and that there may be more examples of such.

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3 points by akkartik 389 days ago | link

Right. It's not the case that everything in libs/ that isn't an original filename is new code.

It was just a minor nit :)

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3 points by rocketnia 389 days ago | link

Ah, I didn't even know I was implying that. Thanks for clarifying. :)

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4 points by i4cu 389 days ago | link

Anytime you need us to let you know what you're thinking just let us know. We got you covered.

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3 points by akkartik 389 days ago | link

😂

I was responding to this:

"Of the 14 files in the release of arc0.tar, the libs.arc file contained this:

  (map load '("strings.arc"
              "pprint.arc"
              "code.arc"
              "html.arc"
              "srv.arc"
              "app.arc"
              "prompt.arc"))
So essentially half of the files in the first Arc release were essentially lib/ files that just hadn't necessitated their own folder yet."

But rereading it now I think I was responding to the contrapositive of what rocketnia said :)

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3 points by krapp 388 days ago | link

Is that an emoji?!

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