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parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad
chapel-lang/chapel#7049
here it is , just a small addition needs to be done of 'use Spawn' I suppose
Paul Cassella
@cassella

@parthsarthiprasad The documentation in ZMQ.chpl includes the test code via

.. literalinclude:: ../../../../test/library/packages/ZMQ/interop-py/server.chpl
   :language: chapel
   :lines: 10-

Which includes that server.chpl into the doc starting on line 10. That test does include a use Spawn that's in the excluded lines.

(This mechanism ensures that the tests in the docs are tested via start_test, though maybe in this case excluding too much in the name of terseness.)
parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad

@parthsarthiprasad The documentation in ZMQ.chpl includes the test code via

.. literalinclude:: ../../../../test/library/packages/ZMQ/interop-py/server.chpl
   :language: chapel
   :lines: 10-

Which includes that server.chpl into the doc starting on line 10. That test does include a use Spawn that's in the excluded lines.

hmm, It seems fine, checked it right now.

parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad

@lydia-duncan I was working for tests for DEALER-ROUTER and there was one error I didn't understand
error: halt reached - enumerated type out of bounds in chpl__orderToEnum()
I searched and found out the error originating from enums not initialised from some base value like '1' and you mentioned a quick fix for that,
But
1) This is single chapel file for testing with Worker() and Master() type test file
2) I've initialised the enum

enum Baz {
  A=1, B, C, D, E
}

3) If I completely comment out enum types usage then I dont face this error(obviously).

Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
@parthsarthiprasad - I think a usage code sample would help here. Is it on your branch?
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
anyone got result of GSoC? It is to announced today but no update till.
I applied in Chapel
Engin Kayraklioglu
@e-kayrakli
It’ll be announced at 18 UTC
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
Okay Thanks. @e-kayrakli
But why so late lol
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
This is Google’s timeline, not ours. Any time chosen would be arbitrary, but I would imagine being a US-based company impacts the decision
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
okayy
How many proposals accepted in Chapel btw @lydia-duncan
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
You’ll find out in 2 hours ;)
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
lol okay
Omar
@omar-3
Anyways thanks for all the mentors for tolerating our nagging and spamming and our not-so-smart ideas ... Not every organization has such cool mentors \(^o^)/
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
None of my proposal selected :-(
Sai Rajendra Immadi
@immadisairaj
Congrats @ankingcodes @Aniket21mathur @rahulghangas @Rapiz1 for getting selected into GSoC
All the best in your summer of code journey
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
Only four peoples selected in Chapel this year?
Sai Rajendra Immadi
@immadisairaj
@cyberdynamo yes, that is what is in the GSoC page
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
Yup. We had a lot of strong candidates, there were some tough decisions made. Thanks to everyone that applied and we hope to continue to work with you all!
Sai Rajendra Immadi
@immadisairaj
@lydia-duncan if there is no problem then can you share where I have gone wrong so it would be really helpful
Omar
@omar-3
me too :"))
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
I applied for Builtin Exceptions in Chapel but not selected
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
We try not to give individual feedback in a public forum. We are not able to give everyone individual feedback, but we have tried to give some feedback in the past, typically over email. It may be a little while before we can do that, though
Sai Rajendra Immadi
@immadisairaj
@lydia-duncan yeah sure I agree. I hope to get feedback even if it takes time. Thanks
Kritansh Mehrotra
@cyberdynamo
Agree with @immadisairaj
Ben Albrecht
@ben-albrecht
Thank you to everyone who applied. As @lydia-duncan mentioned, we had many great candidates this year, which made it really difficult to choose only 4 students.
Ankush Bhardwaj
@ankingcodes
Thank you @immadisairaj for your wishes, my mentors and members of Chapel community for having faith in me and selecting me. Congratulations to @rahulghangas @Rapiz1 and @Aniket21mathur. Special thanks to @ben-albrecht who had been so patient and guided me with my project. Looking forward to working hard this summer. :)
Omar
@omar-3
okay sure thanks for guiding us really :D ... About the iterator module, If I'm going to keep working on the module, should I keep working on it as mason package or make a pull request to the itertools module in the master branch? @ben-albrecht
I just don't want to waste the time I have put in the proposal phase :")
Aniket Mathur
@Aniket21mathur
Thank you @immadisairaj <3. Congratulations @rahulghangas @Rapiz1 and @ankingcodes . Thank you to all the mentors for their support throughout <3
Ben Albrecht
@ben-albrecht
@omar-3 - I encourage you to continue working on the itertools mason package, as it is still a useful contribution to the community. The itertools code checked into test/library/packages/itertools pre-dates the existence of the unit test framework, which is why we put it there instead of a mason package to begin with. If there were a stable itertools mason package, I think we could propagate that code into the mason package.
Raktim Malakar
@raktim2015
Congratulations @Aniket21mathur @ankingcodes @rahulghangas @Rapiz1
Rapiz
@Rapiz1
Thanks to all of you! I'm so excited to get selected and looking forward to contributing to Chapel this summer!
Rahul Ghangas
@rahulghangas
Thanks @immadisairaj @raktim2015 . And congratulations @Aniket21mathur @ankingcodes @Rapiz1
parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad
I've been facing a trouble with one of the test, can someone run this command and please verify that the test passes or is it just my system's problem.
cd $CHPL_HOME
./util/start_test  ../test/types/string/kbrady/search.chpl
Rapiz
@Rapiz1
@parthsarthiprasad If you are at $CHPL_HOME, then ../test should be ./test, right?
parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad
Yeah run that
Rapiz
@Rapiz1
Passed
parthsarthiprasad
@parthsarthiprasad
hmm then it's my branch then. thanks.
Rapiz
@Rapiz1
And I guess there is a nightly CI running on master
Lydia Duncan
@lydia-duncan
A bit late to the party but there are, you can see our nightly testing results here: https://sourceforge.net/p/chapel/mailman/
I recommend only paying attention to the regressions mails, as those are usually the most interesting
And unfortunately you can’t follow the links just yet to see the exact failure modes
RishabhBhatnagar
@RishabhBhatnagar
Hello all, I was looking for projects related to compiler, parser and concurrency to work after the current gsoc period. Can anyone link pointers to the germane projects/issues?
Ankush Bhardwaj
@ankingcodes
Hi @RishabhBhatnagar , to get started with Chapel go to https://chapel-lang.org/contributing.html . I'd also recommend you to check the project ideas list for the ongoing GSoC at https://chapel-lang.org/gsoc/ideas.html and selected projects at https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/4605282207924224/#projects to get an idea of which projects might show up next year.
Rapiz
@Rapiz1
@RishabhBhatnagar There are lots of issues about the error message. I think it could be a good start to contribute. You can use the label to filter issues.