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ok, fixed contact info: gitlab.peach-bun.com/snippets/

for the paranoid, the current SHA-256 of that snippet is ef81bc8943f25a46b5e664d98887b71202b07861fa9d81f3fb67cd8c5e8a4445

more on that includeOS thing Show more

Yes, you do drag in the entirety of the OS services with <os>. No word on what they'll change to name to if modules take off
WHOA HEY

Qt Creator 4.6.0 has a big UX improvement, check this screenshot out.

That's Qt Creator inferring constructor arguments through std::make_unique, which is a variadic template function. I don't know if they special-cased std::make_unique, but it's still really nice to see this.

I didn't see this earlier because I didn't use std::make_unique that much, and I didn't use it that much because its ergonomics sucked. This fixes a lot of it.

(CLion 2018.1 doesn't seem to do this yet?)
LB that site also has links to implementations of DNSCurve, which is something I've been looking for for a while
The E in Ello stands for "edgy"

(What do you suppose "S****" was supposed to beep out?)

In which I write about breakfast foods so if you're not in the mood for that you may want to skip over this Show more

Is there a school of engineering that, instead of worrying about "leaky abstractions", instead just accepts that no abstraction is perfect and instead tries to make going up and down abstractions as painless as possible

I feel like this is getting into a Bret Victor essay
I can't tell if writing iterators is naturally difficult, if C++ just makes it harder than it has to be, or if I'm just not cosmic brain enough to do this without having two references open
You can stop the fun by lazy-unmounting the share (e.g. umount -l /media/smb), at least
My favorite system-wide Linux error is when you have a CIFS share mounted, change networks, and then random things start to freeze up or crash

I don't even know what's wrong, all I know is that it's annoying and hilarious. it's like nobody ever thought you'd take a laptop from place A to place B
starting "The Color of Success: Asian Americans and the Origins of the Model Minority" by Ellen Wu - press.princeton.edu/titles/101; seems like an interesting book

@ninjawedding For a more relatable example: πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘¦β€‹ &co are grapheme clusters (this one being 6 characters)