@federicomena i remember you mentioning something about this recently? http://www.corsix.org/content/converting-floats-to-strings-part-1
Few 2$ purchases have brought me more pleasure than using this seam ripper to remove advertising and random tags from clothing.
I live a mostly solitary life by choice. So events like GUADEC are both super exiting and super anxiety inducing.
Medium-length post on Builder updates, including our brand new input engine and keyboard event controllers.
Nope. There are plenty of options for that platform. We focus on Linux and the GNOME desktop more specifically.
I've heard of people running on Mac, but not sure if that still works.
It *might* be possible with the Linux-subsystem for Windows. But again, I haven't tried.
The next Nightly flatpak build should have it. Some hours away though...
Massive release of Builder today. 3.25.4 has tens of thousands of new lines of code implementing new layout engines, optimized data stores, a new shortcut engine, and so much more.
There will absolutely be bugs. But we will spend the next week up to GUADEC bug-squashing. We're still pre-Alpha, so... you know, plan accordingly.
libdazzle, the library I built that is behind many of Builder's fancy UI features, has a 3.25.4 release out.
Roughly 150 commits since 3.25.3 three weeks ago.
Leave for Manchester in a week. Already have my "airplane code project" planned. Well unless I fall asleep...
1. You give me keys to your snail mail post box
2. Every morning I go through all the ads and replace them with a single flyer that's tailored to only things of your interest.
3. While doing that I'm going to read your personal mail, to get better at preparing a flyer for you.
What do you think?
Outrageous? Still using gmail?