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    Randy D. Wallace Jr.
    @randywallace
    What are your thoughts on breaking out Console::WriteStdErr from util/exception? I'd like to see if there is some way to make it such that a Syslog handler could be baked in
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    yeah, I like that
    I do think Log needs to be more universal, console should probably be separated off
    Randy D. Wallace Jr.
    @randywallace
    I have a bunch of syslog logic I use in my day job; works pretty well for me on different version of logger
    Randy D. Wallace Jr.
    @randywallace
    and a slack handler would be neat too ;)
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    if you have something that works then file a pull request, we can discuss the code when there's something to see. but syslog is definitely something that's generally useful.
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    i just came in to say
    this looks like black magic
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    :D
    good or bad Black Magic?
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    can't decide
    I've written a lot of bash, but can't figure out how import works
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    I admit, the code could be simplified more
    import is pretty simple actually, just sources the file or directory
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    yeah
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    there's also some clever usage of aliases
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    yep
    to be fair, I try not to use bash if I don't have to anymore
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    in try, there's a ; in the end that allows to use a curly brace for blocks on the same line
    really cool
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    yeah
    just clever hacks :D
    the project was quite fun to design & develop, but nowadays I think it's just better to use Go, F#, Python3 or even NodeJS; although they all are less portable and take longer to setup for serious projects.
    but some bits of bash infinity are pretty good if you still have the need to write bash, like the nice, graphical error handling
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    how many stars have you had yesterday?
    it seems like it's currently on hype
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    not sure how many yesterday exactly, but it does look like it has grown by about 200 in the last day or two
    after the reddit hype I had around 500
    that was a few months back
    I saw some people twitting about it, not sure who posted it that it went "viral" again though.
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    gotta say, I'm going to reuse some bits for my bash projects
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    :+1:
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    :+1:
    Aleksej Komarov
    @stylemistake
    1000 :star:
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    :sparkles:
    Zeeshan Ahmad
    @zeeshanu
    Hi,
    @niieani is it possible to run tests on travis?
    Bazyli Brzóska
    @niieani
    @zeeshanu it should be possible
    go je
    @gocs
    Hi, Does this framework work on just git's bash?
    Shaun Lin
    @Fashaun
    Hi
    Mizu
    @Rexxt
    hi this is a reminder that "::" in function names is not accepted
    Matthew O. Persico
    @matthewpersico
    @Rexxt - not accepted where? Bash doesn't mind:
    $ xxx::yyy () 
    > {
    > echo hw
    > }
    $ xxx::yyy
    hw
    $