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Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
hmmm ...cryptic message I left
they might not be broken at all since I used the lib quite a lot
the thing that doesn't convince me is mostly the fact that there is no clear path to construct new streams and not a clear division between hot and cold ones
ousado
@ousado
@fponticelli hey!
hmm - are they one or the other at the moment?
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I actually think you can have either but it is confusing how you make them happen ... sometimes you use Bus , sometimes you don't .... it is just a confusing API
the stream consumption I think it is fine, the generation less so
ousado
@ousado
I see
I can hardly think of a scenario where I would want a cold stream
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I think those scenarios exist :) but agreed
I'll have to spend some time on it and see if I can streamline the API ... contributions as usual are welcome
ousado
@ousado
I guess I wouldn't want that to be implicit in a stream implementation
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I think it really depends on the type of stream
malublu
@malublu
hi
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
Is thx.stream documented somewhere?
What are its use cases?
ousado
@ousado
@fullofcaffeine it's a reactive programming library - https://gist.github.com/staltz/868e7e9bc2a7b8c1f754
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
@ousado Thanks!
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
@fullofcaffeine @ousado thx.stream is definitely working and used in a few projects. That said I am tempted to rewrite it again. Generating streams is not intuitive enough.
thx.promise got some extra love lately and I think it is a good starting point
postite
@postite
hello franco , hello all ... just used thx.unit.time but kind of surprised of the results http://try.thx-lib.org/#41C63
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
what about it?
it looks right to me
postite
@postite
why would i get 5,8 min and not something like 5,5 min at least some decimal that wouldn't get over the 60 secs in a minutes
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
because it is a decimal representation ... it doesn't get over 60secs
you are probably looking for something like this: trace(sec.toTime());
postite
@postite
oh yeah ! exactly ! thx a lot !
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
no problem
ousado
@ousado
@fponticelli method apply has not been correctly migrated to ddbmviz.web.VizC - what does that mean?
(giving doom a shot)
ousado
@ousado
oh, I see - there was an update function that was called too early
ousado
@ousado
@fponticelli http://ousado.github.io/bench/ - made with thx.*/doom :)
(just a proof of concept so far)
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
that's great!
how do you like it so far?
ousado
@ousado
it's good - but I'm not really happy with the syntactical overhead - I have a similar thing that's way lighter in that regard
it uses macros, though, so there are different trade-offs
what I do is div( id=this, title=that, a(href=foo), ... )
and it doesn't use a virtual dom, it generates a binary representation instead, so it's not exactly comparable
but I'm thinking of writing a doom-backend for the syntax
ousado
@ousado
also I have some other things in there that you might be interested in for doom
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
contributions are always welcome :)
ousado
@ousado
@fponticelli HaxeFoundation/haxe-evolution#8 maybe +1 that :)
or write a pamphlet :)
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I feel like the more I say, the more Nicolas react in a bad way to it
I gave my +1 ... I am not sure I should write anything
ousado
@ousado
sounds good - I'm not sure about the course of action there, either..
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
:(
ousado
@ousado
but he's following the discussion it seems
(at least he's online)