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@impiaaa @KitRedgrave as another example, LLVM does this kind of thing for common values to pack data and therefore reduce memory accesses; see e.g. the specializations of llvm::PointerLikeTypeTraits at clang.llvm.org/doxygen/namespa
@djsundog it's fine, Jason Rohrer's laptop is still more broken than mine. at least I don't have to grip it to fix the LCD
lol, my laptop's keyboard is separating from the case and the serial ports occasionally glitch out now

it's quittin time
@King also lol about the memory -- on /r/theeternalwar, Firefox reports 46.85 MB for new reddit (no infinite scrolling done) vs. 11.62 MB for old reddit. the biggest increases are in scripts (~6x increase) and objects (~8x increase)
@King yeah, the whole thing just feels like someone influential at the company was scared about not being hip with the latest frontend development techniques
@martensitingale oh, yeah, okay -- that's something I didn't see before. I don't see it even now, but maybe that's uBlock saving my ass
@martensitingale oh, do you mean like more than one ad, because I've definitely seen ads at the top and in thread views
Reddit's redesign reminds me that one thing I really love about the fediverse is that each node in it can look and act *different*. Custom looks play a big part of making a place feel like home.

Seriously, what the fuck was Reddit thinking? Were they thinking?
Okay, so JUnit 5 really only seems to have good integration with Gradle 4.6 and later. Android Studio is still using 4.4; if you attempt to use 4.6, all kinds of things go wrong.

So I downgrade to JUnit 4. These tests run, but for some reason neither the test classes nor the application classes are rebuilt when running the tests.

When is that *ever* a scenario I want? How do these tools even permit this sort of shit?
I don't know when this started, but when I run X applications from inside a Docker container, the entire freaking desktop now freezes for about ten seconds at seemingly random times

Does anyone else do this? Is anyone else seeing this behavior? Is this just NVidia being garbage again?
@jk turns out Blue Origin's real goal is to launch millions of ships into the stars to form the words USE RESERVED INSTANCES
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