Paul and Philippe attended (Rik is still enjoying Australia).
- feature-class: there’s a soon-to-be-merged PR to fix most memory leaks https://github.com/Perl/perl5/pull/20809
- n-at-a-time map/grep: HAARG should reply to any remaining open questions, so that we can likely move the RFC to the next step of the process (“Exploratory”)
- SSL in core: it’s still not in core, and there’s an open PR to just dual-life the SSL modules, but that’s unlikely to be the solution we’re looking for. Also, we’re still looking for a project manager for this project. Enquire Within.
- RFC0013: awaiting the ability to store more information in the interpreter about overload (for API version and flags)
PSC met today, just Paul and Philippe.
- inclusion of TLS libraries in the core: we think we should just try the “dual life” path, and see where that gets us.
- n-at-a-time map/grep: Paul suspects it’s impossible to properly disambiguate
my ($var, ...) from the EXPR case, and we wonder if the only choice is between having new keywords and dropping the EXPR case.
Just Paul and Philippe this week.
- Smartmatch deprecation continues — just one more distribution left now (Test-Simple).
- RFC process needs a new name and ID allocation scheme. We will continue discussing ideas and post when we have something presentable.
overload::v2 feels like the best solution to the problem of how to add
- join overloading might want a
join_uses_concat flag to avoid surprising existing modules.