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Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
Just a little bit of fluff (I’ll have some commits to put in later today). Today is the big internet slow down in support of net neutrality. I support net neutrality, like everyone else that doesn’t get a paycheck from a cable company. You should too. I’d slow the site down to prove it, but […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
A few interesting things done in the daemon. First, the daemon should be a lot more memory friendly. With proper threading a lot of cleanup work can go on in the background, so the –nowb flag is now obsolete and the database is constantly synchronized and trimmed when work is completed. My practical experiments (8-10 […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
The streak of commits is still alive at 16 days, although I’ve slowed down since Saturday because I’m taking a vacation to visit my parents in St. Louis, which isn’t the riot stricken hellhole it’s made out to be lately. I won’t say much about that other than racism and looting both suck and I […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
The streak continues. I made a bit of detour into the Story/Tag drawing code and made a few changes to clear it up. Surprisingly, what started as a simple cleanup inadvertently turned into optimization. Better separating the prep and drawing logic, which includes locking operations that can take longer than you expect (and certainly much […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
Bit of a change for the update titles, as I realized that it was going to be confusing going on for years =P. Anyway, if you look at my GitHub you’ll see that it’s been quite a productive five days since I returned from the beach. I implemented the custom tag stuff. I made completions […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
Just got back from a great anniversary weekend in South Padre =). In the meantime, most of what I’ve done since the last update has been hooking up commands in the new infrastructure. In git, most of the commands work now, including remote stuff. I’ve started work on the aliases, and it’s pretty straightforward, but […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
Just a quick check in. The daemon had a couple of more little tweaks, but overall has been solid. I bumped the version number to 0.9.0-rc1 because it will break released 0.8.x canto-curses thanks to removal of some dead code that it used to rely on. I’d keep it around for backwards compatibility, but it […]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Jack
I haven’t had as much time the last couple of weeks, but I did make important progress. As of right now, pushed to the completion branches of github, I have a working prototype of the new command stuff. The important difference from last time is that completion information for root commands and their arguments is […]
Posted about 4 years ago by Jack
Okay, so in the spirit of the… 10 day update, here’s what’s been going down. Found one more daemon bug, potential fix in git Stripped about 550 lines of command infrastructure out of canto-curses, some of which will return. Wrote a new style of register / unregister for commands and argument types History works! Don’t […]
Posted about 4 years ago by Jack
Okay, so I achieved all of what I set out in the TODO of the last post and I put it up in the threading branch in git. It’s still missing commands, but it doesn’t require poking to see output and scrolling, using the browser, quitting etc. works. Now, actually using the command line isn’t […]