[Ironruby-core] FYI review: YAML improvements
jdeville at microsoft.com
Sat Mar 14 02:09:46 EDT 2009
This is a review on both this and the Gzip commit:
o Please use parenthesis for declaring methods for consistency
o Please use += instead of i = i + 1
o Have we checked that not being a subclass of YAML::Syck::Map is ok? I suspect it is an implementation detail, but I want to check. If it is implementation detail, then we probably don't need to spec that one.
o Don't spec method lists. For one, a implementation may choose a superset (so == is wrong), for two, RubySpec doesn't spec method lists.
o Same question about the subclass, which makes me wonder if that 1st spec is needed.
o Subclass spec
o Don't spec exception messages, only exception types.
o I would add a ScratchPad.clear to a before(:each)
o Don't spec method lists.
o Get rid of EmitterMethods and OutMethods
o Line 54 and 68, no need to do != nil. If the object is nil it will be false. Also, get rid of the "then"s
o You're using ScratchPad when there is no reason. 22, 29, put your should in the Zlib blocks.
o 38 is fine
o 56: don't spec the exception message
o Don't spec error messages
o 28: should in the block
1. Zlib::GzipWriter.wrap(@io) do |gz|
From: Shri Borde
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 3:41 PM
To: IronRuby External Code Reviewers
Cc: ironruby-core at rubyforge.org
Subject: FYI review: YAML improvements
Tomas has reviewed this.
Added support to YAML.quick_emit to be called on nested objects where the
same emitter needs to be flowed through
Array.pack("a") was not dealing with nil input
yaml.rb should to "require stringio" like MRI does
Deleted a second copy of yaml.rb from the IronRuby.Libraries.Yaml folder
Added MutableString.Dump property to be able to inspect large strings in
ir.exe -X:ExceptionDetail was not working in interactive mode because
ir.exe catches the exception and does not call
RubyExceptionData.SetCompiledTrace like a rescue block in Ruby code would
do. Fixed this
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