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00:21 < sauerbraten> hi, I'm using json.Unmarshal to transfer a json object
into a []map[string]interface{}.  All is fine but when I want to print it with
fmt.Printf("abc:\t%s\nxyz:\t%s\n, c2s_output["abc"], c2s_output["xyz"]), compiler
tells me: "non-integer array index "abc" and non-integer array index "xyz"
00:22 < sauerbraten> someone knows what I'm doing wrong?
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00:26 < sauerbraten> oh nevermind
00:40 < exch> Has anyone played with Go's template package?  I'm trying to
have it print some stuff conditionally, based on the value of a boolean field.
Not sure how to go about that
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00:43 < exch> nvm
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01:48 < sauerbraten> does someone have a quick example how I may convert
unix time to readable format?
01:48 < sauerbraten> *human readable :D
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02:03 < cbeck> myTime.Format(time.RFC850)
02:04 < cbeck> for other formats, check the constants section of the time
package
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02:20 < uriel> integers in decimal are not 'readable'?
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02:34 < nsf> lol, I though ruby is fast enough to do shell-like tasks
02:34 < nsf> it turns out it's false
02:34 < nsf> it's dead slow
02:34 < nsf> :\
02:35 < nsf> or not, I don't know
02:35 < nsf> maybe I'm just stupid
02:35 < nsf> :D
02:35 < nsf> yeah, it's more likely
02:40 * TheSeeker ponders how difficult it would be to make danbooru in Go
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03:05 < crazy2be> is there any support for cookies in the http package?
03:05 < uriel> nsf: ruby is beyond ridiculously slow
03:06 < nsf> no it's fast
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03:06 < nsf> for shell-like tasks
03:06 < nsf> it was my stupid assumption
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03:06 < uriel> ruby's startup time alone makes it unusable for shell-like
tasks
03:06 < uriel> untless it is cron-jobs, and it is only calling a bunch of
external programs not written in ruby
03:07 < uriel> but why would anyone want to use ruby for shell-like-tasks
when you can use works of art like rc that pefrom many time better?
03:08 < uriel> btw, I'm sure you have read the quotes in cat-v.org about
ruby's performance: http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/ruby/ ;)
03:08 < nsf> rc is a crap, sorry
03:09 < crazy2be> uriel: I have heard you hate cookies, is there a better
way to store a seesion id?
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03:23 < plexdev> http://is.gd/gvs5V by [Evan Shaw] in go/test/bench/ --
pidigits: Remove TODO, minor improvements
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03:37 < uriel> crazy2be: probalby not :(
03:37 < uriel> cookies are certainly better than extra crap tagged into the
query string
03:43 < crazy2be> i figured...  It would be nice if there was a better way
03:43 < crazy2be> but the http package doesn't seem to have support for
cookies
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03:49 < uriel> haven't done much web programming with Go, but I'm quite sure
web.go does support cookies
03:49 < uriel> (and I'm surprised that the standard http package doesn't are
you sure?
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03:49 < crazy2be> web.go?  I'm using the http package
03:50 < crazy2be> i can't see it there...
03:50 < crazy2be> Ctrl+F cookie gives nothing
03:54 < SoniaKeys> web.go mentions "secure cookies" right on the front page
03:55 < SoniaKeys> http://github.com/hoisie/web.go
03:55 < crazy2be> why is web.go not meantioned anywhere in the golang.org
documentation?
03:55 < crazy2be> i went and wrote my webserver using the http package
03:55 < cenuij> it's a third party project
03:56 < cenuij> thankfully
03:56 < crazy2be> thankfully?
03:57 < cenuij> yes thankfully
03:58 < crazy2be> why thankfully?
03:58 < crazy2be> are the go libraries stale?
03:58 < cenuij> it's bad enough we have behaviour that automatically
performs redirects based on an opinionated version of what a directory shodl look
like
03:58 < cenuij> http package is nice, and not nice
04:00 < cenuij> much of it is too opinionated
04:01 < crazy2be> How so?
04:01 < crazy2be> I'm just curious
04:04 < cenuij> there are a few opinionated decisions in http
04:04 < cenuij> http://paste2.org/p/1064231
04:05 < crazy2be> so /tree will redirect to /tree/ ?
04:06 < crazy2be> or the other way around?
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04:12 < cbeck> the former, I believe
04:16 < nsf> I've just build documentation for the whole std lib using gowtf
04:16 < nsf> :D
04:16 < cenuij> indeed, very helpful ¬_¬
04:17 < nsf> although index is still missing
04:17 < nsf> :(
04:17 < SoniaKeys> how big is it?
04:17 < nsf> SoniaKeys: the docs?
04:17 < SoniaKeys> yes
04:17 < nsf> 2.2 megs
04:17 < SoniaKeys> cool
04:17 < nsf> it can be reduced a bit
04:18 < nsf> but I'll do it later
04:18 < crazy2be> hmmm the md5 crypto lib is returning a bunch of ???
characters
04:19 < crazy2be> like 2�"�Ŵ�Q['LV�
04:19 < nsf> out.puts "all: #{$packages.map{|p|
"html/#{name_to_path(p.name)}.html"}.join(" ")}"
04:19 < nsf> lol
04:19 < nsf> I can't read it :(
04:19 < crazy2be> that's what i mean
04:19 < crazy2be> it's garbage characters
04:20 < crazy2be> they show as ? in black on my system
04:20 < crazy2be> probably squares on others
04:21 < crazy2be> it's also putting in ' and " characters
04:21 < crazy2be> which i would like to avoid
04:21 < cenuij> esperanto will fix it
04:22 < crazy2be> and sometimes it gets (MISSING) in the middle of it
04:22 < cenuij> crazy2be: there are no garbage charcaters :(
04:24 < crazy2be> cenuij: There aren't?
04:26 < plexdev> http://is.gd/gvA1e by [Evan Shaw] in go/misc/kate/ -- kate:
update for append
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04:27 < crazy2be> i mean unprintables, rather
04:32 < cenuij> what?
04:32 < cenuij> why would you have an unprintable character?
04:32 < crazy2be> control characters?
04:33 < cenuij> assumeing you meanrt plurals with your s
04:34 < crazy2be> is there any way to set reply headers with the http
package?
04:36 < crazy2be> oh, nvm
04:37 < cenuij> [05:03] <cenuij> http package is nice, and not nice
04:38 < cenuij> convenient, yes, performant, no
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04:41 < crazy2be> by that you mean that SetHeader() is slow?
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04:45 < nsf> http://nsf.github.com/gowtf
04:46 < nsf> full Go std library generated using gowtf
04:46 < nsf> (sorry for crappy index page)
04:47 < nsf> full Go std library _documentation_ generated using gowtf
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04:47 < nsf> !
04:47 < nsf> :)
04:49 < nsf> so, what do you think?
04:49 < nsf> :D
04:51 < nsf> I think there is a lot of stuff to improve
04:52 < crazy2be> uh
04:52 < crazy2be> isn't it missing stuff?
04:52 < nsf> like what?
04:52 < nsf> currently there are bits that are very unintuitive
04:52 < nsf> like the only way to get methods of a type
04:52 < crazy2be> yeah
04:52 < nsf> is to use query field
04:53 < crazy2be> that's what i mean
04:53 < crazy2be> :P
04:53 < crazy2be> is there any way to ReadString(
04:53 < crazy2be> \n")
04:53 < crazy2be> on a file?
04:53 < crazy2be> Basically ReadLine()
04:53 < nsf> http://nsf.github.com/gowtf/bufio.html?tm:Writer!
04:54 < nsf> see this link for example
04:54 < nsf> contains both type and methods of Writer
04:55 < nsf> for methods of os.File
04:55 < nsf> just open that package
04:55 < nsf> and type into query field:
04:55 < nsf> t:file.
04:55 < nsf> or
04:55 < nsf> tm:file
04:55 < nsf> both are the same
04:56 < nsf> eventually I will make the system fully usable without touching
the mouse at all
04:56 < crazy2be> lol
04:57 < nsf> http://nsf.github.com/gowtf/os.html?m:File.WriteString!
04:57 < nsf> and you can give exact links like that
04:57 < nsf> for every entity or a group of entities
04:57 < crazy2be> woah
04:57 < crazy2be> it's like
04:57 < crazy2be> google instant
04:57 < nsf> yes
04:57 < crazy2be> nice
04:57 < nsf> but fully client-side
04:58 < nsf> using javascript
04:58 < crazy2be> huh
04:58 < crazy2be> i still need ReadLine()
04:58 < nsf> :D
04:58 < nsf> there is no ReadLine
04:59 < crazy2be> :/
04:59 < crazy2be> i know
04:59 < crazy2be> lol
04:59 < crazy2be> but tehre should be
04:59 < crazy2be> *there
04:59 < nsf> crazy2be:
http://nsf.github.com/gowtf/bufio.html?m:Reader.ReadString!
04:59 < nsf> read this
04:59 < nsf> just use "\n" as 'delim'
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05:00 < nsf> yeah, I guess the documentation is far from usable
05:00 < nsf> but I'll improve it
05:00 < nsf> :D
05:01 < nsf> but the fact that gowtf was able to generate full go lib
documentation
05:02 < nsf> is quite an achievement
05:04 < crazy2be> invalid type assertion: *file.(bufio.Reader)
(non-interface type os.File on left)
05:04 < crazy2be> how do i use a that method with a file?
05:04 < crazy2be> os.File that is
05:04 < nsf> bufio is not an interface
05:04 < nsf> bufio.Reader I mean
05:05 < nsf> you need to wrap the file around it
05:05 < nsf> bufferedf := bufio.NewReader(f)
05:05 < nsf> f is os.File
05:05 < nsf> *os.File
05:05 < crazy2be> ahh
05:10 < SoniaKeys> i tend to use ioutil.ReadFile, convert it to a string,
and use string.Split
05:12 < nsf> SoniaKeys: in case if you need all the strings from a file
05:13 < nsf> but only if you want like first one
05:13 < nsf> (e.g.  shebang statement)
05:13 < nsf> bufio is better
05:20 < crazy2be> SOniaKeys: Isn't that highly inefficient?
05:20 < crazy2be> just wondering
05:20 < crazy2be> because you have to allocate the memory for the file at
least 3 times
05:20 < nsf> crazy2be: if you need all the strings from the file, it is
faster than ReadString multiple times
05:21 < nsf> but it's not much faster
05:21 < nsf> a bit
05:21 < crazy2be> nsf: Why is that?
05:21 < SoniaKeys> memory's pretty cheap
05:21 < nsf> crazy2be: because bufio involves a lot of bookkeeping
05:21 < nsf> like current position in the buffer, buffer size, etc
05:22 < nsf> when ReadFile + Split is just a bunch of linear simple
algorithms
05:22 < cbeck> Also fewer syscalls
05:23 < nsf> that too, yeah
05:23 < SoniaKeys> and, i'm not sure it's 3.  i think just two.  the string
converion makes a copy, but strings.Split should be all slicing.
05:23 < nsf> but performance of the processing is nothing against reading a
file from the HDD
05:24 < SoniaKeys> it's also nice to only have one error to check.  ReadFile
either works or it doesn't
05:25 < crazy2be> huh
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05:26 < crazy2be> well, goodnight
05:26 < crazy2be> thanks for the help and advic
05:27 < SoniaKeys> goodnight
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09:52 < uriel> people in reddit are so funny:
http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/dymx5/language_panel_anders_hejlsberg_c_gilad_bracha/c13wqeb
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09:54 < taruti> uriel: well Go could have had somethings done better
09:55 < taruti> but it is a quite nice language
09:55 < nsf> I like how people easily say "uh, Go has 30 years old design"
09:55 < nsf> but for some reason people forget that they still use operating
systems which are that old as well
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09:55 < nsf> and many other systems
09:55 < nsf> and it's like automatically means that "new" is good
09:56 < nsf> bullshit
09:56 < taruti> (having a richer type system would not have been disruptive
and there has been lots of groundwork for that in functional languages)
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09:56 < uriel> taruti: do you have any suggestions on what Go could have
done better?  just curious
09:57 < uriel> taruti: if you can suggest a 'richer type system' (whatever
that means) without disruption, I'm sure the designers of Go would be happy to
listen
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09:58 < nsf> although visiting such events is a waste of time
09:58 < nsf> I'm sure go devs have better things to do
09:58 < nsf> :)
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09:59 < taruti> uriel: I think they will have an OO-language kind of
parametrized type system sometime in the future, but it will probably lack a nice
theoretical layer.
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10:07 * uriel is still puzzled at what this magic 'theoretical' pixie dust thing
is all about
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11:11 < sauerbraten> how do I crosscompile for 32 bit if I am running 64
bit?
11:12 < taruti> use 8g?
11:12 <@nf> sauerbraten: build for GOARCH=386 and use 8g/8l instead of 6g/6l
11:12 <@nf> (that's it)
11:12 < taruti> and set the environment variables correctly
11:12 <@nf> sauerbraten: http://golang.org/doc/install.html#environment
11:13 < sauerbraten> so I have to build the go tools again for 32 bit?
puh...  ok
11:13 <@nf> sauerbraten: not just the tools, the packages also
11:13 < sauerbraten> yes of course...  I meant whole go
11:14 <@nf> yes.  well, if you want to build a 32-bit program you need
32-bit libraries to link to ;)
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11:26 < napsy> is anyone here from London?
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11:35 < sauerbraten> I did "export $GOARCH=386" and then executed ./all.bash
in a fresh Go src directory, but it stopped with "cp _obj/math.a
"/home/axle/Go32/go/pkg/linux_386/math.a"
11:35 < sauerbraten> make[1]: Leaving directory
`/home/axle/Go32/go/src/pkg/math'
11:35 < sauerbraten> "
11:36 < sauerbraten> what did I do wrong?
11:37 < sauerbraten> erm sorry, "export GOARCH=386" ofcourse
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12:24 <@nf> sauerbraten: can't tell without seeing the actual error message;
paste the log to a pastebin so someone can take a look (going to bed now)
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13:15 < drobole> whats the idiomatic wat to iterate a list?
13:15 < drobole> *way
13:23 < drobole> nwm.  i think i figured it out
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16:45 < crazy2be> is there any way to provide read-only access to a map
element of a struct?
16:46 < crazy2be> i'm trying to create a persistent server-side session
module that keeps track of user settings for certain things
16:46 < KBme> you can check whether it's the same as before you gave access
to it.
16:47 < crazy2be> and i want other modules to be able to do
Session.settings["blah"]
16:47 < crazy2be> but not write to it
16:47 < crazy2be> because if they write to it
16:47 < crazy2be> i want to note it
16:47 < crazy2be> and then schedle a save to disk
16:47 < crazy2be> KBme: how?
16:48 < KBme> copy it and then when the func returns check if it's the same?
16:48 < crazy2be> by having like a Map() func that returns a copy of the
16:48 < crazy2be> oh
16:48 < crazy2be> ok
16:48 < crazy2be> that could owrk
16:48 < crazy2be> *work
16:48 < KBme> dunno if it's the most efficient way though
16:49 < crazy2be> not for simple Set/Get access, so i'll provide functions
for that
16:49 < crazy2be> but i think i won't need access to the actual map very
often
16:49 < crazy2be> just sometimes
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17:59 < crazy2be> can you change the capacity of an array as required?
18:00 < Namegduf> No.
18:01 < Namegduf> Because an array is a block of memory, and you can't just
change the size of a block of memory at will; there's other stuff in there.
18:02 < Namegduf> You can, however, use the append() function and a slice on
an array, which will reallocate a bigger array if it has to and copy the data,
which is how vectors often work.
18:02 < cbeck> Do you know if it uses realloc?
18:02 < Namegduf> No, I don't.
18:03 <+iant> append uses realloc conceptually, in that it only allocates a
new array if the existing one is not large enough
18:03 < SirPsychoS> when was append() added?  just a few weeks ago I
remember writing something like func append(*[]int, int)
18:03 <+iant> it does not actually call realloc
18:03 <+iant> append is quite new
18:03 < SirPsychoS> ah, 10-27 release, just found it
18:04 < cbeck> iant: Ah, danke
18:04 < exch> Isn't it only in the development branch?  I have the latest
release and it's not there
18:05 < SirPsychoS> "* spec: append built-in (not yet implemented)." guess
it's only in the spec so far
18:05 < exch> ah right
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18:12 < uriel> implementation is in the current tree, not in any release,
wait until next week I guess ;)
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18:19 < Tv> or just use container/Vector..
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18:36 < napsy> Is it possible to construct a data structure from JSON data?
18:38 < Tv> napsy: yes
18:39 < napsy> ok
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19:19 < SirPsychoS> any recommendations on how to set up the build process
for a project in Go? I'm trying to decide between using 'Make.cmd'/'Make.pkg' from
the Go tree, writing a 'normal' Makefile, and using one of the build systems
listed on http://go-lang.cat-v.org/dev-utils
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20:50 < plexdev> http://is.gd/gxvya by [Rob Pike] in go/src/pkg/gob/ -- gob:
several fixes.
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22:07 < plexdev> http://is.gd/gxDOO by [Rob Pike] in go/src/pkg/gob/ -- gob:
update documentation about wire format for interfaces.
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22:24 < fenicks> hello
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23:51 < sauerbraten> I've got person["name"], which return's a string
"mike".  now I have to convert it to string, because person is of type
map[string]interface{}.  How do i do that?
23:51 < cbeck> sauerbraten:
http://golang.org/doc/go_spec.html#Type_assertions
23:52 < exch> sauerbraten: A type assertion
23:52 < exch> name := person["name"].(string)
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23:58 < uriel> sauerbraten: why is person of type map[string]interface{}?
23:58 < uriel> and not map[string]string
23:58 < uriel> or map[string]SomeOtherType
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