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03bonniot * 10Nice/src/nice/tools/doc/ (main.nice htmlwriter.nice document.nice): Initial implementation of nicedoc by Francis Barber.16:12
03bonniot * 10CVSROOT/loginfo: Added specific rule for nicedoc16:26
<Bluelive>well if it affects too many aspects of your life, go to the spychologists here at the uni16:27
<Bluelive>for arjanb from 01:20
<arjanb>i don't believe they could help16:48
<bonniot>maybe you need a break away for computers?16:49
<arjanb>i don't think so but finding something else besides Nice could help17:00
<arjanb>breaking away from computers i have tried before17:03
<bonniot>i meant for a week-end, for instance
<arjanb>i understand but it don't makes a difference17:05
<bonniot>what doesn't work? the week-end is not good, or it does not help later?17:14
<CIA-3>03bonniot * 10Nice/src/nice/tools/doc/ (main.nice htmlwriter.nice):
<Bluelive>no i mean it, try some counseling
<CIA-3>Make sure the destination directory exists.
Use File instead of a String to represent the destination directory.
<Bluelive>it costs nothing and they get more people with similair symptoms17:15
<arjanb>it's not a new problem for me and have had counselling before17:20
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you guys don't happen to be "make" gurus do you?:)18:22
nevermind, i found a solution.18:39
<CIA-3>03arjanb * 10Nice/ (3 files in 3 dirs): Fixed minor oddities in code.18:42
03arjanb * 10Nice/stdlib/nice/lang/rawBooleanArray.java: Reverting back because Boolean.valueOf(boolean) exists since 1.422:12
<bonniot>magnus--: sorry, i was away. i can help with make if you still need23:11
<arjanb>a possible solution for the wrongtype problem with arrays in tuples is always coerce the array to list when putting it in a tuple and reverse when getting an array out of a tuple23:26
<bonniot>it could also simply be converted to list when read out of a tuple, only if needed. that would be less conversions23:41
<arjanb>but you can't always know at reading place whether an array was put in23:43
<bonniot>well, you can look what's in there :-)23:51
<arjanb>but then you have to check for every supertype of array you want to get out if it's an array or not23:53
<bonniot>that's only List and Collection23:54
found another case with the same problem:00:06
<T> T id(T x) = x;
void main(String[] args){
int[][] arr = [[1,2],[3,4]];
List<List<int>> list = arr.map(id);
int a = list[0][0];
i think it's a very fundamental problem00:10
<bonniot>you mean that it is a common situation?00:13
<bonniot>nobody reported this, did they?
so the same coercion tactics as by primitives is required?00:27
<bonniot>i don't know if it's required, but it's an option00:28

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