Today I decided to clean up some heavily copy/pasted test code I had written, and decided it was a perfect exercise to try out Ryan Culpepper's sexp-rewrite #emacs package. It's great! There are some rough edges but it's a really cool tool.
Still haven't really made progress on the error I need to debug, though...
I've followed a lot more RSS feeds since I learned that you can frequently find a feed url by searching for "rss" in a "view source" for a web page. But I still wish people would put a link visible on the page anyway, because browsers don't really make the hidden feed data visible, and more people need to realize they can follow a blog or web site with a standard tool and don't need mailing lists or social media to do it.
Why don't more rom-coms follow the Crocodile Dundee formula by having an action sequel? Imagine: The Proposal 2, where Ryan Reynolds gets kidnapped by Colombian drug lords so Sandra Bullock has to rescue him. Then they hide out in Canada in the Yukon while the drug lords come after them. They have to use their superior knowledge of the land to survive, along with the help of some Eskimo friends.
Can anyone recommend a USB DVD drive that *actually* works on Linux? I've tried an enclosure for a desktop DVD drive that died after one use, and a nice slim USB drive that would show up in `/dev/` and get a little data then consistently error with any DVD.
I really want a USB DVD drive but I don't want to keep buying junk that doesn't actually work.
A reminder: Undefined behavior in C doesn't mean what it sounds like (unspecified behavior, eg. where an operation on integers returns an integer, but you don't know what the value could be). Instead, it actually means local exceptional cases can cause crazy local and *non-local* program changes because the compiler is allowed to assume (for optimization) that these exceptional cases *never happen*!
Just think about how many conversations you've had with developers where they've compared editors or operating systems solely on the basis of features, with ethics and freedom not entering into their consideration AT ALL.
This is ESR's legacy in many ways, by the way, because "Open Source" is what you get when you take the ethics out of Free Software.
After some quick analysis of the situation, I've decided that the soundtrack to the motion picture "Rocky" is far and away the best soundtrack I can think of, and the only one I would listen to as an album of music by itself as opposed to just listening to it for atmospheric effect in the movie.
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