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@barray on Thu Jun 23 06:02:35 EDT 2022 said: &e
Pretty good breakdown of #oneline #bugs https://flak.tedunangst.com/post/a-brief.. Tonnes of them are in #cfamily #programming #languages , but these are usually heavy-lifting #tools that need to run super fast.
@barray on Mon Mar 14 14:17:35 EDT 2022 said: &e
@barray on Mon Mar 14 14:10:07 EDT 2022 said: &e
An awesome #project called #mikeos I have followed for *years* now: http://mikeos.sourceforge.net/ Well worth checking out. One of the most #hardcore #os #communities going I think.
In #theory , it should be possible to write an ultra small #assembly #compiler - and then a non- #compliant #cfamily to #asm #converter ... Would be a highly interesting #project ! Could even have a small #editor with #syntax #highlighting ...
@barray on Sat Mar 05 21:17:42 EST 2022 said: &e
Interesting, #gcc and generally #cfamily #programming can be quite messy! https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~necula..
@barray on Sat Aug 14 23:08:15 EDT 2021 said: &e
I've personally experienced #yaml (through #pandoc #configuration ) and #json through many other programs, and I *much* prefer JSON. As mentioned in the following article, YAML is *actively* hostile towards any kind of complex structure: https://utcc.utoronto.ca/~cks/space/blog.. The other benefit for something like JSON is that it is parsed by #js really easily and looks like a #cfamily language.