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Posted on 19-02-03, 07:52 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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Insert note that rust static links normal dependencies by default.
Posted on 19-02-13, 19:27 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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>There is also the issue when you are trying to select some text, and you wind up dragging an image from many pages back...

This is a very, very old issue, it goes back to Firefox 3 or earlier.
Posted on 19-02-14, 04:42 in NASA says Opportunity is dead.

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https://xkcd.com/2111/

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Posted by neptronix

The sad thing is that firefox is kind of a piece of shit these days. I'd like to use it for all my browsing needs, but it loves locking up cores a bit too much, so i use it to a limited capacity.
Modern firefox has nearly no problems with this. Certainly less than chrome. Sounds to me like a bad extension, configuration problems, or misbehaving antivirus.
Posted on 19-02-17, 20:50 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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They didn't actually backtrack on anything, they're still going to kill ublock.
Posted on 19-02-19, 03:48 in Mozilla, *sigh* (revision 1)

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I saw someone explain why ublock is still going to get killed on reddit so it must be true.

If they're going to expand declarativeNetRequest be less useless for ublock, that's good. I won't trust them until they actually do it though. This is a great opportunity for them to at least temporarily break ublock and get people to switch to extensions that let through some of their ads.
Posted on 19-02-28, 14:38 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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Depends on the AV. You still need SOMETHING.
Posted on 19-02-28, 23:37 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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AV products shouldn't be hooking into browsers at such a low level in the first place. If you can't do it through a normal extension the user installs manually then you shouldn't do it at all.
Posted on 19-03-01, 15:40 in Mozilla, *sigh*

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Windows 95 had a broken driver model, however.
Posted on 19-03-01, 22:58 in The Horstmann brace style

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The standard rust style is wrong because it doesn't use allman braces. Fight me.
Posted on 19-03-03, 16:45 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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displayport is already perfectly normal though
Posted on 19-03-14, 14:40 in Blackouts

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> Russia

Into the trash it goes.

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Posted by CaptainJistuce
Posted by wertigon


AME won't get anywhere. It's a C&D lawsuit waiting to happen, since copyright law expressly forbids every redistribution and modification of Windows 10. You do not have a legal means of fixing the Windows telemetry.
Copyright law in the US explicitly allows modification for personal use. Just not distribution of those modifications.

Specifically it does not allow redistribution of modified materials. It doesn't forbid distribution of modification instructions (aside from DMCA related DRM circumvention stuff).
Posted on 19-03-26, 18:08 in Something about cheese!

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> As much as I hate to admit it, there's a grand total of one country in the world with sane copyright laws, and it's China.

It's funny because it's true!
Posted on 19-04-04, 17:31 in Gammakit and Magmakit - an insane language and a game engine (revision 2)

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Got around to adding a ternary operator (each argument must be wrapped in parens because I don't want to worry about how its precedence works), slightly better syntax for indexing into dictionaries with literal strings (as though they're structs), and generators actually working with "for ( _ in _ )" loops now (before you had to truth-test and manually invoke them in a loop to have the same effect - and yes, you can manually invoke generators one step at a time).

Change 2 (the one about dicts) is good: https://github.com/wareya/magmakit/commit/337c0b13bd71848a29d0833dcc57066deeacc45e

Also, packrat parsing wouldn't actually fix by parser's design flaw. Apparently my parser's design flaw is just a normal and well-understood property of PEG grammars.

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You're probably going to be a little disappointed. "Procedural metaprogramming" in this case amounts to asking for the AST corresponding to some string, changing that AST, then compiling it into a function object. Nowhere near as elegant as lisp macros, though it's still obviously very powerful.
Posted on 19-04-14, 11:56 in I have yet to have never seen it all.

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I want one.
Posted on 19-04-16, 22:02 in SNES HD mode 7

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Posted by hunterk

Re: res-cap, you get diminishing returns with each jump, and I think there's some hoodoo about nyquist that mathematically says there's no point beyond ~16x (and barely so at 8x).

Nah, that's just the point where it stops mattering with "normal" signals because they contain finite amounts of information that tend not to have fine-scale patterns stay stable and in-phase across large regions. Pathological signals can alias no matter how high you oversample. Plus if you're not using a brick wall lowpass then nyquist-shannon sampling theorem doesn't really play into it.
Posted on 19-05-03, 10:46 in I have yet to have never seen it all. (revision 1)

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They did go through a final artpass for the levels though. It's pretty impressive how different things are when you look closely. But yeah, people bitching about placeholders is dumb, and this is a funny response. Good marketing, too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A640g5gDBJA

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The Mill was right.
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