Name: Anonymous 2017-06-20 13:22
#define cdr(sym , ... ) __VA_ARGS__
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 9:32
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Awful
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 10:43
This looks like void.h
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 13:21
#define defun(funcname,args,body) funcname args {body;}
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 16:57
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void.h has already been included >>14
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 5:26
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 5:40
which on large projects can easily reach several hundred megabytes of data
Pfft you wouldn't believe what variadic templates with auto variables do.
We left operator overloading mostly in the 90’s
Operator overloading is actually the only Sepples feature i like.
It makes a code bit cryptic, but it looks much nicer than typing function names into expression.
GCC has __attribute__((cleanup)) which is a scope destructor, replacing all the OOP i'll ever need.
http://echorand.me/site/notes/articles/c_cleanup/cleanup_attribute_c.html
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 6:55
so, has this project ever become anything more than a prototype? it looks pretty useful
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 16:58
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I don't think projects like this will ever become more than prototypes. Whether it is a full language or just a small processor on top of C doesn't really matter for development because you still have to learn a completely new tool and at that point, you'd be better off if you just switched the language completely so you aren't held back by the C compatibility.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 11:18
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I think the point was to rely on C compilers and other C code. He was probably thinking about platforms with architectures that are not supported by GCC, such as videogame consoles, when he wrote this. A simple preprocessor on top of C like this is a few orders of magnitude easier to implement and maintain than a compiler with backends that change with each iteration of new consoles.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 13:19
>(defun my-function ((a int) (b int) (return int))
(return (+ a b))
#define defun(funcname,args,body) funcname args {body;}
defun(int adder,(int a,int b),return a+b)
#include <stdio.h>
int main(){
printf("%d",adder(adder(2,1),adder(3,6)) );}
http://codepad.org/rRfNkbqF
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-20 15:12
I am writing to protest the recent article "All software should be free, software developer maintains" [CW, Dec. 24] in which Richard Stallman was given a platform to propound his advocacy of "free software" and the abolition of copyrights.

One need ask Stallman only one question to understand why he endorses such a vague concept as free software. How will software produers live if not by selling the fruits of their labors?

Stallman knows the answer - by government subsidy. You can bet Stallman, spoiled by government-funded academic research programs, longs for the day his kind can dictate the course of the software industry from some ivory tower in Washington D.C.

Stallman claims that the arts and sciences progress "most quickly when people build on each other's work." Yet, how does this work of others come into being in the first place? Does Stallman honestly believe in effects without causes?

No. Stallman's position is an act of moral cowardice to evade the fact that science progresses precisely by the discoveries of independent minds pursuing their own goals and interests. Stailman denies the existence of independent men in order to defend by unspoken implication his own vices — dependence and parasitism.

Allow me to quote the U.S. Constitution on the subject of progress in the arts and sciences: "The Congress shall ... promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writing and Discoveries."

Stallman's assertions that anyone who will not subordinate his life and work to the unearned benefit of others is an "enemy of society" and that trade is an "offense" to the traders are the type of totally fallacious misconceptions one would expect to see editorialized in some third rate Marxist tabloid.

Stallman's feeling of "shame" when using the products of software companies reveals a fundamental hatred for the pride of the creators of these products, and consequently, a hatred for man's highest faculty, his creative mind. There is no more evil doctrine, and no "golden rule" will ever justify it.

This man brazenly proposes to "interfere as much as [he] can with other people's attempts to interfere with the sharing of software." In other words, he In-tends to obstruct enforcement of the copyright laws. Obstruction of Justice, which Stallman apparently doesn't realize, is a felony.

In closing. I vow to seek every legal remedy from this man should he ever steal any of my company's software products.

-- Thomas A. Murphy, Roseville, Mich.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 16:24
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Clang is better
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 18:11
>>15
You're safe here, I'm gay too
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 22:49
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If GNU is ``crap", please explain why there are half a dozen software packages to create a GNU-like development environment on Windows, while there are precisely zero software packages to create a Windows-like development environment on GNU? Windows doesn't even come with strings or objdump.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 9:39
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Windows is high quality software product, which is hard to replicate, especially when your team consists of undergrad students and hobbyists.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 9:55
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Mono
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 8:12
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 14:41
Russian hackers left Ukraine without electricity:
https://www.wired.com/story/crash-override-malware/
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 18:57
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But that's good
The problem with """programmers""" nowadays is that they're code monkeys who are only good at googling and looking up stackoverflow for answers.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 8:15
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I...don't just..stackoverflow is incredibly useful...why would you not google problems before doing your own research.
Are you programming on TempleOS with no network support?
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 9:33
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Read the docs instead
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 9:40
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Free software docs are badly written or nonexistent.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 8:19
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 8:58
OP are you illiterate? it's not unconstitutional for website admins to ban people, it's unconstitutional for courts to prohibit criminals from using internet.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 9:01
What? The article says nothing about websites banning people. It's about the government banning people from using the internet.
Everyone, no matter who, should be able to have unrestricted access to the internet.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 9:10
What programming language is this?
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-24 8:17
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HyperText Markup Language with Server Side Includes(.shtml >>1)
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Name: Anonymous 2017-05-29 16:46
it's an imageboard software made in haskell: https://github.com/ahushh/Monaba
Very original stuff!
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-06 22:13
Crimea belongs to the ERE.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 6:44
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North Europeans are snowniggers. Russians are vodkaniggers
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 7:25
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African americans*
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 7:39
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you're right, North Europeans are snow African Americans
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 9:04
European Americans
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-07 12:24
https://garry.tv/2014/08/16/i-fell-out-of-love-with-lua/
I used to like Lua a lot and now I don’t. I think anyone intending to add a scripting language to their game/engine should seriously consider using Javascript instead.

Javascript is used all over the web. It’s only going to end up getting used more and more. Google, Mozilla and Microsoft are all working to make it faster and faster.

Ultimately if we have to teach people a scripting language, lets teach them a language that will serve them in the future. Sure the jump from Lua to Javascript isn’t that great, but if you skip Lua there’s no need to make a jump at all.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-09 20:03
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I agree with you on the good language part, but I'm pretty sure he meant easier to learn a new language because the syntax is familiar.

There's nothing same about C, Java or Javascript that makes copypasting code any different.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-09 20:04
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Modern IDE will autocomplete your input by inserting code from stackoverflow.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-09 21:46
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Eclipse, sublime text and VS already have plugins that search stackoverflow, so I guess you might be right.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-10 16:38
protip: Lua is pronounced 'laaaa'.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-23 2:07
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I always knew I was saying it right
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Name: Anonymous 2017-05-24 15:07
EVERY good textboard like goatfinger and 4ct have quote back links, so why doesn't this?

Just because you're trying to make it look like shiichan, doesn't mean you should remove features until it does.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-15 0:01
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They are haram
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-20 5:08
Edit and/or delete our own posts
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-20 5:42
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delete maybe. edit no (unless revision history is also stored)
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-20 6:11
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What about a time limit for editing?
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sounds good
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-17 17:17
In the face of recent changes in Firefox some anons were asking for a /g/'s perfect web browser, we have collected here the most wanted and plan on continuing with the creation.

Repository and details: http://magicpackets.net:3000/proudfeet/netrunner
To join the team contact: proudf33t@gmail.com
To join the IRC: magicpackets.net:6667
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 7:57
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/g/ is all joke and no action
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 10:57
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all joke and no punchline*
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 13:24
/prog/ is all dubs and no trips!
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 18:45
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: We already have a html parser working!
Also new website https://retrotech.eu/netrunner/
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 19:48
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I can't see the parser
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-21 0:25
Yep.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-21 2:51
Requesting proof that MrVacbob still even admins 4chan.
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-21 7:38
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My dad moderates 4chan and he told me Mrvacbob-sama is still the lead dev
Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 16:17
Good luck. Not sure how much pull the old admins have on 4chan, but hiromoot doesn't want to add any new boards.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-06-22 18:27
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He thought that user was talking about the style sheet.
https://desuarchive.org/qa/thread/544514/#546199 here when he realizes he's talking about new boards he says no
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