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raphi honked 12 Jan 2023 19:21 +0000

Fuck streamelements, they still send you spam mails after you delete your account (because of the spam mails).

raphi honked 21 Dec 2022 16:20 +0000

Don't expect me to work around bugs in your unicode handling.

raphi honked 17 Dec 2022 16:41 +0000

.NET Core is the best web framework I've ever seen. Nothing comes close in terms of ergnomics, feature set, and general productivity.

But Microsoft's desktop UI solutions are such a shitshow. Qt is so much nicer to use.

raphi honked 14 Dec 2022 16:17 +0000

azure devops is down and the status page is all green
why am i even checking it at this point?

raphi honked 12 Dec 2022 15:58 +0000

I've published mkups, a CLI tool for creating, applying, and inspecting .ups patches.
Both as a reason to write something in #rust, and because I didn't find an existing tool with similar usability.

raphi honked 12 Dec 2022 12:41 +0000

everyone who has ever written a line of code in the ms teams codebase should be fired immediately.
i wouldn't trust them to write a working "hello, world" application.

raphi honked 10 Dec 2022 09:10 +0000

I have a closed source elf file that has the wrong™ elf interpreter.
So I just patchelf --set-interpreter it, right?
NOPE there's an attached archive at the end, and adding another elf section at the end makes the binary not find it anymore
F U N

(Workaround: exec -a the elf interpreter)

raphi honked 07 Dec 2022 21:11 +0000

1. Microsoft can't afford a spellchecker, which are free
2. Azure pipelines is just a shittier, less documented, frontend to github actions

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raphi honked 07 Dec 2022 12:55 +0000

systemd-boot shouldn't let you change the menu timeout and default entry from the boot menu.

raphi honked 05 Dec 2022 16:12 +0000

ChatGPT has two modes: It can very quickly give you the answer you want, and if it's not exactly what you need, it will iterate until it is.

Or it can completely fail at the most basic questions. When interrogating about Haskell's fix function, it was very confident that the fixed point of \f \x -> x + 1 is -1.

Overall it's very impressive, for Q&A it gives vastly better responses than Google, and it can even debug code. But as soon as it gets a little bit off track, it starts making stuff up, and it's very confident in its incoherent responses.

raphi honked 02 Dec 2022 10:20 +0000

# Clang 14 optimises zalloc() to recursively call calloc(), without
# this option
KLIBCCFLAGS_zalloc.o += $(call cc-option,-fno-builtin-malloc, )

raphi honked 01 Dec 2022 08:26 +0000

CSS was not supposed to be an authorization framework

raphi honked 30 Nov 2022 18:16 +0000

DZ: autotools

DZ: autotools

checking for sdl-config... /nix/store/s31aawngq11h3znhdphy5j31j88qm03m-SDL-1.2.15-dev/bin/sdl-config
building of '/nix/store/z0khm0fkz4iz1skzyqpqssix20k0gz22-soundtracker-1.0.3.drv' timed out after 3600 seconds

raphi honked 26 Nov 2022 12:47 +0000

not pictured: the beaver responsible for all of this

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raphi honked 25 Nov 2022 19:38 +0000

the biggest sin of the gnu assembler is not the x86 -foo(%bar,%baz,4) thing
it's that in arm assembly comments are introduced with an "@", and immediates with a "#"