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    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    It's larger than a similar shell script would be so that it is cross-platform.
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    I'm thinking there may be some value in being able to take the ramda repo to a data structure representing all the docs, which we can then use to
    • build a full history of docs against a template
    • provide CLI tooling for e.g. curl-able docs
    • provide tooling to search docs with filters like "release" | "signature" | "name"
    Had a little play with such a thing using node - got as far as checking out the repo, parsing the JSDocs to JSON per release, but have abandoned it to fiddle with the REPL
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    I'm not too sure I follow with what you mean by representing all the docs. Do you mean like for creating a changelog?
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    Take a look at ramda-json-docs
    You may want to see what @raine has already done
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    So one data structure probably looking something like this
    [
      {
         release : <release>,
         methods : [
             add : { <info about add() >  },
             ap : { <info about ap()> },
             ...
         ]
      },
      ...
    ]
    Oh, it exists? JOY!
    Oh yes, this is just the sort of thing
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    See also ramda-json-docs-generator
    Yup
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    Yeah
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    NIce, he's done some cool work on that.
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    He built the ram-bot as well 😂
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    Ahha wow it's written in LiveScript
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    Ok perhaps it makes sense to let the repl be interactive while it is still loading other libs
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    That would be excellent
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    yeah, maybe there could be indicators e.g. R, S, RF that are highlighted when their respective libs are loaded
    but don't block waiting for S or RF
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    :+1:
    Joe Withey
    @Joe-Withey
    Just noticed the website REPL appears to be appending code= to the doc examples
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    yup, thanks. could you please raise an issue on https://github.com/ramda/ramda.github.io/
    Joe Withey
    @Joe-Withey
    @buzzdecafe Done
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    thanks @Joe-Withey
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    review please: ramda/ramda.github.io#146
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    nm @MattMS beat me to it
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    Haha I guess there's an advantage being in an Australian time-zone :stuck_out_tongue:
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    Yes. No Trump there either
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    Yup, don't envy that. Although hopefully that whole mess will be cleaned up shortly.
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    I recall people saying that he had transcended parody, there was no way anyone could joke about him because he had already topped it.
    Doesn't surprise me that he'd support Trump.
    Michael Hurley
    @buzzdecafe
    stupidity knows no nationality :smile:
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    Very true
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    Soon I'll be in New Zealand, which should make collaboration a little easier if you are in Australia (currently on UK time)
    Matt McKellar-Spence
    @MattMS
    Nice, although I think the majority of the core team are in the US.
    Scratch that, it seems they're all over US and Europe.
    David Chambers
    @davidchambers
    I'm from New Zealand, for what that's worth. ;)
    Mustafa Enes Ertarhanaci
    @scriptype
    Hi all, I was browsing the docs, and in #where's example, I saw a __ (double underscore) thing passed into gt function as the first parameter. See: http://ramdajs.com/docs/#where
    I couldn't find any mention about what that (__) is, and the sample code is not running, as expected
    am I missing something? should I open an issue somewhere?
    Mustafa Enes Ertarhanaci
    @scriptype
    Also detected a missing . in #aperture (http://ramdajs.com/docs/#aperture) — led to confusion for me to understand what's returned when
    Returns a new list, composed of n-tuples of consecutive elements If n is greater than the length of the list, an empty list is returned.
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    I think you are looking for http://ramdajs.com/docs/#__
    :)
    Mustafa Enes Ertarhanaci
    @scriptype
    just opened an issue
    ramda/ramda.github.io#177
    Craig Dallimore
    @craigdallimore
    Nice :+1: