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I found myself wondering how much of a pain it'd be to build GNU AS as a library today, because of course I did.
So, I replaced Nix on my laptop with Alpine, lets see if I like that better.
In related news, I hate my chair and I'm out of adhesive bandages,
How do you get blood out of carpet? Not asking for a friend.
I'd love to know why all of the sudden I've lost access to my routers administration settings...
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I'm adding OS/360 object file support for my object file library just because I think it's funny, and libbfd can get bent.
So, tell me IEEE, Why do I still have to pay for a withdrawn standard? That's absurd.
I love government auction sites. Like, it's so tempting to buy a 15kW Genset when it's being sold for like, $50 with only 85 hours on the counter.
I'm like 99% sure the IBM documentation on XCOFF is just wrong for the 64-bit object files in places. That's fun.
an EEPROM is a rom that goes "eep!"
Ugh, I've got to deal with the Intern again tomorrow
"It's cute, it's like our computers are holding hands" - Me to my fiancée when I SSH tunneled to her system.
I... I really hope this isn't a bug with the compiler and I'm just abusing the standard in a way it doesn't like.
Scrubbing that zfs pool, gotta make it nice and clean.
Here I am re-writing the IBM documentation on XCOFF just to have it make more sense on the first read... *sigh*
In other news, the second most recent edit on the Wikipedia page for ECOFF is funny.
I've found that the only Wikipedia articles I edit / contribute to are those of object file formats.
90% of the edits are dredging up documentation and sticking it on archive.org to cite
The last 10% is me fixing small inaccuracies or just noting a curse.
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