lldb (macOS) doesn't support "follow-fork-mode" (gdb option to follow a forked child while debugging), hence the @code C/C++ plugin is not able to debug a forked child. Hints? Suggestion?
The good things in Germany:
- Orthopedist: your new soles will be ready in two weeks
- Me: mmmh, I am going in vacation in a week though...
- Orthopedist: oh, OK then: they will be ready for Monday
- Me: 😀
- Dentist: your capsule will be ready in two weeks
- Me: OK
- Dentist (5 days later): Hi! Your capsule is ready
- Me: 😆
The pattern I see, is that in general they never over-promise but often over-deliver, exactly the opposite than in Italy – for example 😅
"This is the first million integers, represented as binary vectors indicating their prime factors, and laid out using the UMAP dimensionality reduction algorithm by Leland Mcinnes"
Windows 2000 emulated in WebAssembly, https://bellard.org/jslinux/vm.html?url=https://bellard.org/jslinux/win2k.cfg&mem=192&graphic=1&w=1024&h=768 … by Fabrice Bellard.
That's totally crazy!
I've Firefox running inside Windows, emulated in Firefox through WebAssembly…!
And it crashes just like the original 🤣.
TIL, The Case Of Your Hashtags helps screen readers to do their job at best.
Please meet a 99M year old, 1mm long, pollinating beetle. I could stare at it for hours... 😍
Also, did you know that at the beginning of its life (and for quite a while, actually) Twitter used the same technology Mastodon uses? Yes, Ruby on Rails.
Twitter got a lot of scalability problems due to that choice during its massive initial growth (oh, the whale!), and eventually moved to something else.
But Mastodon is federated, hence distributed, so it can basically use anything it wants :)
Tech person, Berlin, Germany.
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