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Giant hole appears at 'world's end' -
History and design of Vimscript? -
akkartik on [C] tetris clone + ncurses ~1200 lines -
"No, no particular problem. I haven't hacked on it enough to start actually experiencing trouble. I was mostly asking leading questions about *your* experience :)" - Kartik Agaram
Why age in software is bullshit -
iTerm 2 released - with deep (and very cool) tmux integration [OS X only] -
Poll finds 64% of voters believe stock market is rigged against them -
Implementing tagged delimited continuations with reset and shift -
[C] tetris clone + ncurses ~1200 lines -
werewolf.vim - change colorscheme depending on time of day -
Do you honestly think anything you do in your life is meaningful or valuable in the long run? -
Don't Link to Line Numbers in Github -
akkartik on [C] tetris clone + ncurses ~1200 lines -
"Very cool! I got it running and played with it a bit. In general, I tend to want to see a codebase running before I start reading it. It allows me to read in a more interactive manner by adding prints, etc. However, I encountered a couple of errors in compilation: $ make src/debug.c: In function ‘debug_log’: src/debug.c:21:12: error: ignoring return value of ‘vasprintf’, declared with attribute warn_unused_result [-Werror=unused-result] src/db.c: In function ‘db_close’: src/db.c:62:2: error: implicit declaration of function ‘sqlite3_close_v2’ [-Werror=implicit-function-declaration] I'm not sure why you didn't run into the first given your paranoid warning flags. The second seems like I'm using an old version of sqlite3 (3.7.9) So my first feedback: *simple install instructions*. Even for something this small, stating what versions of things (gcc, libsqlite3, etc.) you've tried running with can help others out. --- Anyways, easy things to kludge around. I got it running, and some..." - Kartik Agaram
Finally hit my liftetime goal of a 600lb squat. This is how I did it (video inside, too). -
A quick rant about why I love Vim -
akkartik on Besides emacs and SLIME, what would you reccomend as a lisp development environment. -
"I'm quite happy with tmux and Especially in combination with" - Kartik Agaram
Tool to make your own GUI using a text editor and text commands. Needs further development! -
Can you feel empathy for a UUID? -
It is not hard to read Lisp code -
Gold prices rise for sixth day straight -
/u/YungSnuggie gives us a nuanced look at cultural appropriation. -
Google Co-Founder Says People Shouldn't Have to Work So Much -
Elegant Pharo Code -
What is the minimum that a Lisp must have? -
54-line if condition in gcc's reload.c -
Sublime like project switching for vim -
Vim is confusing me, hardcore. -
Legalizing Mortgage Theft? ULC’s Paper to Electronic Home Foreclosure Procedures Act -
Welcome to the Everything Boom, or Maybe the Everything Bubble -
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