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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

Twice, actually. Once when a changes, once when b changes. The reason is that today the solver is "aggressive". As soon as something changes it updates
Tom Parker
Feb 12
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

Hi Tom How clever is it? If I have c = a + b; e = d + e and I do a += 1; b -= 1 (not lst syntax, go with it) does it recalculate e? andrew On 12 February 2016
Andrew Wilson
Feb 12
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

Yes, in a rush to produce an example, I used addition where it doesn't work that way :) More along this line: C=if(A<4,B,2)E=D+C If A changes from 2 to 3, then
Tom Parker
Feb 12
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

I’m confused about your example: This is a truncated check, meaning if A+B=C and C+D=E and A changes, but C does not, then C+D=E is not recalculated. If A
Mark Means
Feb 11
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

I think the first thing we need to do is start from the baseline of what we have and where we are going in the immediate term (Feb 2016), not drive new
Tom Parker
Feb 10
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

While I have a pretty good idea of how existing datatypes and custom datatypes would work in a compiled system, I'm still working on how choice system will
Connor Petty
Feb 9
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

I actually did think about compiling all the way to the byte code but I also came to the same conclusion that it would require a level of expertise that few
Connor Petty
Feb 9
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

Hi, Tom, you're evil with your little cliffhangers... They just lurk. ... ... Been waiting since September 27th, 2015 for that cliffhanger. Looking
Andrew
Feb 9
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Re: [pcgen_experimental] Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: [Proposal] LST a

Frankly, right now, LST is a "domain specific language", so the short version of my response is "What characteristics of a programming language do you want and
Tom Parker
Feb 9
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Re: [Proposal] LST as programming language.

Hi Connor, Since a LST programming language would impact the LST monkeys (i.e. data team) probably best to include them in the discussion. As we discussed last
Andrew
Feb 9
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Re: [Proposal] LST as programming language.

Anyhow, in LST most everything is order ambiguous in the general sense (e.g. do races get processes before classes?) and for the most part it doesn't matter.
Connor Petty
Feb 8
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Re: [Proposal] LST as programming language.

Opps, I fat fingered the send button. Bear with me while I try to finish this up. Best Regards, Connor Petty On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 8:07 PM, Connor Petty
Connor Petty
Feb 8
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[Proposal] LST as programming language.

Reading through Tom's new bonus system proposals gave me an interesting idea. The idea behind using resolving dependencies with variable modification is
Connor Petty
Feb 8
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Formula, INFO/INFOVARS Merge - Feb 12, 2016

Per the plan to install the new Formula system into the Trunk for 6.8, I expect to merge that on Friday, February 12. Should you wish to test the capabilities,
Tom Parker
Feb 8
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Re: RC2 and Production

Paul, Have you raised a jira? I don't recall seeing any mention about it. Cheers, Andrew
Andrew
Feb 6
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