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<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> I'm saying fuck windows using \ as the default seperator
<FromDiscord> <nikki> i just think using the os module for concatenating urls is just bad coding
<FromDiscord> <nikki> because urls aren't about operating systems
<FromDiscord> <nikki> the format is a separate spec from file system path specs
<FromDiscord> <nikki> even though it looks like the character is the same
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> I mean i didnt read url so...
<FromDiscord> <nikki> yeah "/v3/accounts/{accountId}/instruments" seems like a v classic url situation
<FromDiscord> <Quibono> Yeah it's a URL for a forex broker.
<FromDiscord> <nikki> is there urlutils or sth
<FromDiscord> <nikki> in any case, if it were to exist, that's what to use. otherwise, that's what to build up yourself or depend on. or just use & haha
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> the uri module possibly
<FromDiscord> <nikki> @Quibono this is actually pretty spot on for what you wanna do
<FromDiscord> <Quibono> Cool, thanks.
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<FromDiscord> <treeform> Why does strformat raise ValueError? Should I wrap all of my $ to not raise it? Is there a way to use strformat so that it does not do that?
<disruptek> concepts will let you down. stay away from them for now.
<FromDiscord> <treeform> @nikki I made this url library because I found current urls not sufficient https://github.com/treeform/urlly
<FromDiscord> <treeform> @Quibono So you want a url thing that can easily add paths to together? How do you think that should look like?
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<FromDiscord> <Quibono> Honestly I just want something that looks pretty and is fast. 😮
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> Treeform i noticed pixie doesnt end with a y, you have to legally change that
<FromDiscord> <treeform> Original name was pixxy
<FromDiscord> <treeform> but its to foreign looking
<FromDiscord> <treeform> pixie is a real word and sounds like its ends on a y
<FromDiscord> <treeform> so we went with a real word
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<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> I forgive you
<FromDiscord> <treeform> thanks, means a lot.
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> Well i did respect you, but now you lie to my face
<disruptek> get used to it.
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<FromDiscord> <treeform> @ElegantBeef I am not laying to you, just playing along, cheer up!
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> I was also joking around
<disruptek> not me.
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<planetis[m]> disruptek: whats genSym artifacts and how do i catch em?
<planetis[m]> Oops wrong choice of words, this can go south
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<disruptek> a symbol created with genSym needs to be rendered as ident(repr sym) in order to capture the unique name correctly.
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<planetis[m]> ok thanks will try that
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<FromDiscord> <iWonderAboutTuatara> Has anybody tried using raylib forever?
<FromDiscord> <iWonderAboutTuatara> For me, the raylib.nim file has errors
<FromDiscord> <iWonderAboutTuatara> and so I can't use it
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> What are the errors?
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<FromDiscord> <iWonderAboutTuatara> I don't know
<FromDiscord> <iWonderAboutTuatara> how do I tell
<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> Compile it
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Hello guys. I'm experiencing a little problem.
Here is my code.
import redis
import uri
import strutils

proc main(url: string): void =
  var u = uri.parseUri(url)
  var client =  redis.open(host=u.hostname, port=parseInt(u.port))
  client.setk("nim_redis:test", "Hello, World")
  let value = client.get("nim_redis:test")
  assert(value == "Hello, World")
  return

when isMainModule:
  main("redis://127.0.0.1:6380/0")
So, what is 6379.Port ?
proc open*(host = "localhost", port = 6379.Port): Redis =
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<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> Port is a distinct uint16, so that's converting 6379 to Port
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<FromDiscord> <ElegantBeef> Port is a distinct uint16, so that's converting 6379 to Port

Thanks, where is the Port 's define?

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