So I'm reading http://chronicle.rs/mailing-list/2010/August and
> Outputs are currently handled uniformly in rustboot by passing a write-alias to the callee and having them write into a slot in the caller. So nothing much changes there in the current ABI.
I really wish I knew more about how other languages return large immediates because this seems like the only way to reasonably return a value bigger than a register?
I really want to like Elixir but it feels like a Frankenstein of Ruby and Python that hasn't quite finished the graft process
It really annoys me that the most effective way I've found of learning to write C well is learning how to write Rust.
In all kinds of ways
I just grokked C const declarations because of "Programming Rust" which strikes me as odd.
That's not the book's mission, and also C books should've done this work themselves!
Winter camping with ma boys
My boss almost always wins and I don't know if everyone else is letting him too or just me
Table jame night with the office squad
It's snowing again this is amazing!!!
Hit me with the super soaker if I bring any avian negativity back here
I'm not about being a rude party guest
Me last year: I'm quitting birbsite for my health
Me two days ago: my friends asked me to come back
Me today: oh right, this is why I left
LLVM 6 in rustc heck yeah
Fantastic: tests in your docs and docs in your tests
Good: removing code
Better: adding docs
Best: realizing while adding docs that you can remove code
Me: I'm gonna use a debugger
CLion: we can attach LLDB to your rust executable and set breakpoints but we can't show you any variables
Me: println is a debugger
"Alex you can't have continuous integration in your develop environment!" Oh yeah? `$ just watch`
One of the most surreal things about being a satellite contractor is when I look up the USAF catalog of Earth satellites and see a god damn Tesla roadster at the top of the list
Real talk though it is time to buy new shirts