Weird thought of the day: a language is like a blockchain, where new rules are concurrent blocks. I hope the “neutral French pronoun” block will eventually win.
I think I can start using #pijul myself again. I’ve been able to fix my “directories are not removed correctly” issue (fix has been applied upstream) and I can push to my server (which was using a not yet supported key format for its host key).
Now, I have two big goals for pijul:
– gitolite-like tool for pijul (easy access control for pijul repositories)
– better (good?) error messages; I mean, right now, you are on your own.
I don't know when pijul-0.10 will be released, though.
well, looks like I *can*, now.
Also, I am very bad at starting things; as a consequence, I’ve learned to be good at finishing things (you know, because I am always late when the deadline arrives)
I wish I could use pijul to *push* patches.
Je crois que je sais pourquoi le fameux point médian honnis par certains ne me dérangent pas : j’en ai plein mes buffers Emacs toute la journée.
I really want to write a pijulhub over activitypub, but this is a huge project and I know I won’t have time and energy for that right now.
I really want a [--depends-on]-like command in pijul, though. For the graph to be more meaningful
I have converted Flux to use pijul, and I continue to love the patch dependencies' graph.
And it continues:
fluxC <$> snd <$> f x
fluxC . snd <$> f x
I’m in love with hlint:
snd <$> f x >>= pure . fluxC
fluxC <$> (snd <$> f x)
Me: "My name is Noëlle."
Software dev: "You mean No┴lle?"
Dev: "How about NoŒlle?"
Dev: "Maybe No⍰lle?"
Dev: Can we try No묬e?"
Me: *sigh* "...how about just Noelle"
Is it happening? https://github.com/haskell/hackage-server/pull/648