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Thomas Uster
@thomasuster
There is an algorithm for a polynomial time primality test
that's 100% correct always
the implementation seems to have changed since I ported it ... so maybe there was a bug there
Thomas Uster
@thomasuster
Hmmm
I will test the JS implementation when I get a chance
But it doesn't look correct to me either
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
@fponticelli What's your opinion on making functions independent of classes in Haxe (so that we could define them at the top-level and import/export them), and also allow for evaluating code in the "top-level", like TS allows? Do you think it'd be a nice addition to Haxe or the class-first approach is better?
FP-wise
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I'd love to have it
I often time find that constraining everything to classes makes things more limiting than they should be
I feel like as3 got that right
it could work nicely with extension methods, imports and using
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
Maybe it's worth an evolution proposal
for further discussion
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
definitely ... are you going to do it?
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
I wouldn't be able to dig into the deep technical details of it, but I can come up with something to trigger the discussion, yes, would you mind helping with the more intricate details?
I can create an issue
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
hmm ... not sure I am the right person for that
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
Either way, doesn't hurt to trigger the discussion
:)
I'll do it
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
absolutely
ashes999
@ashes999
Hi. I'm trying to build an app that runs on Android and uses thx, and I'm running into some sort of compiler problems (looks like it's with the C++ target). Is this supposed to work?
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
it is supposed to work ... I will check the issue you reported later today (not sure I will have the time though)
it is really tough when you encounter target specific errors
ashes999
@ashes999
Okay, thanks. Maybe it's worth adding Travis-CI integration to build across multiple targets, if this is important. That would make it easier to catch (if it is indeed a target-specific error)
BTW, this is part of that ongoing project where I asked you about making POST/PUT calls in JS et all. I have my client/server ready to go, I just need it to work on Android :)
There's also a chance that something's wrong with my setup as far as Android SDK/NDK, but Lime usually sets that up correctly
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
travis is already integrated but I am having a hard time to keep up with the errors from some of the targets
ashes999
@ashes999
Did you get a chance to take a look @fponticelli ?
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I did but I failed
I will try again when I can
ashes999
@ashes999
"Failed" means you failed to reproduce the problem or you couldn't fix it?
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
@fponticelli I’ve been looking into the Date funcs in thx.core, but haven’t found anything related to timezones. It doesn’t officially support timezones as of now?
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
timezones are supported as time deltas expressed as thx.Time values
thx.core does not contain a database of named timezones, if that is what you need
that should probably be in its own library since it is updated quite frequently
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
Yeah, was just curious really. I’ve found a similar solution https://github.com/RealyUniqueName/DateTime
this includes the db
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
yes, I am aware of that library
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
thanks for the insights
@fponticelli I remember you’ve been playing with PureScript, how’s that going? Any epiphanies? :) It sure does look interesting.
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
I really like it
the learning curve is steep for someone like me but I think I will try more and more
Marcelo Serpa
@fullofcaffeine
@fponticelli Is this documented somewhere? https://github.com/fponticelli/thx.core/blob/master/src/thx/Lazy.hx
Can’t find it here: http://thx-lib.org/lib/thx.core/
Franco Ponticelli
@fponticelli
The documentation is not updated because Jekyll broke compatibility and I don't have the patience to go there and fix things
lasy is nothing more than an abstract on top of Void -> A