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jaa2
jaa2 commented Jun 21, 2022

Description

Importing an AST with --import-ast using a large JSON file results in a stack overflow and segmentation fault with certain output options.

A quick run with memcheck shows that it stems from a regex match.

Environment

  • Compiler version: 0.8.16-develop.2022.6.21+commit.c3ea8661.mod.Linux.g++
  • Target EVM version (as per compiler settings): london
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legu2009
legu2009 commented Nov 26, 2020

I'm Writing a ThemeColor Plugin, use Visitor.

In fn:visitColor , node.parent sometimes is null (box-shadow:0 0 0 1px #999 inset). I can't find the parent Declaration Node of Color Node.
so I want to [less.js/lib/less/visitors/visitor.js Visitor.prototype.visit](https://github.com/less/less.js/blob/0e268598c8327b9e8d36d9bb2edfde95d8d787be/packages/less/src/less/visitors/visitor.js

Nim
quantimnot
quantimnot commented Jun 25, 2022

I can't find any documentation or thorough tests of the path substitution performed by compiler/options/pathSubs.

From looking at the code, these are the substitutions:

  • $nim: global nim prefix directory path
  • $lib: stdlib directory path
  • $home: user's home directory path
  • $config: I think this is the directory path to the either the nimscript calling
    `compiler/options/path
coolreader18
coolreader18 commented Apr 21, 2021

See e.g. #2570. Some of the unit tests there with "wrong error message" should be somewhat easy to fix - just correct the error message we have to match CPython's. Others might be trickier, since you'll need to add diagnostics to recognize bad syntax and give a more detailed error than "unexpected token". Also, I think around half of them could be fixed just by adding "invalid syntax" in the messa

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melvyn2
melvyn2 commented May 30, 2022

Having a callback for when the selected element is changed would be useful, for similar reasons to TextEdit/LineEdit: validation, updating buffers, or the rest. I imagine that it would be something like selected(int) with int being the index, though LineEdit emits a simple callback without arguments so there may be a tradeoff I'm missing (an int should be easier to pass around on the oth

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