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The world so far! Besides the befuddling lack of taint biome and silverwood trees, this is a pretty fantastic place.
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Ooh check it out. This thing is PPC right? Hope it works. New build platform!
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Compared to (assuming from the clockspeed) a PPC 440, the PPC 750 series, what with a Big Fat Vector Unit, is a dream.

Just remember that these things are trucks, not sports cars. They don't go very fast. But they go that same not-very-fast even if you throw buckets of work at them.
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Google forks OpenSSL.

With the working title "BoringSSL", this appears to be much more limited in scope than the LibreSSL fork. For instance neither API nor ABI compatibility are promised.
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An adventure in absurdism and life in Kennesaw / Acworth Georgia.
This ridiculous recording is about one of my favorite things I've ever made. I really suggest listening to the whole thing as an album.
RIP Dan Walker
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It was never meant to be a "good" recording, just a haphazard chronicling of a practice. So, sorry bout the lofi, but it could have been worse.
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Trying to interate through unicode characters and print them. Happen to be using ncursesw, and mvprintw in particular.

No amount of my inept coercing appears to be able to take an interable and convert it to something printable.

For example

 mvprintw(pos_y, pos_x, "▓");

is not a problem. But how can I print the same character from an integer? 
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Done!

for the curious:

#define _BSD_SOURCE
// works on debian based systems
#include<ncursesw/curses.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <locale.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#define DELAY 10

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
  setlocale(LC_ALL, "");

  wchar_t *wchar;
  int charcounter;

  int max_y, max_x;
  int pos_y, pos_x;


  initscr();
  noecho();
  curs_set(FALSE);

    for (charcounter=1000; charcounter < 10000; ++charcounter) {
        getmaxyx(stdscr, max_y, max_x);
        pos_y = rand() % max_y;
        pos_x = rand() % max_x;
        wchar = &charcounter;
        mvprintw(pos_y, pos_x, "%S", wchar);
        refresh();
        usleep(DELAY);
    }
  endwin();
}


it all seems so simple now.
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Testing out freshly stabilized single wick vs double wick citronella candles, while renowned thingsonfire connoisseur Haruka scrutinizes the process.
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She looks questionable about them. 
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Actual new project !
This is not very well organized, as it is my first (this decade) attempt at C99. 
"""cdraw the unicode console drawing program"""

It's also my first makefile. 
Need to write a manpage but for now, asdf are your drawing keys, they are assigned to the DOS codepage 437 boxes, reassigning them will be possible by hitting enter. That is almost done, I have some basic tables of useful characters you will be able to select, also I plan on taking decimal or hex unicode character numbers as assignments.
I suggest using rxvt-unicode-256color and maybe
http://pastebin.com/fjj25h78 (in your .Xdefaults)
"ttf-unifont - TrueType version of GNU Unifont

as your font as it has hella symbols. Any fixed width unicode font will do, ie inconsolata.

I know there's a lot of cleanup that already needs to happen, and I plan on making some nice structs of windows and panes so that they are easier to pass to functions. Please attack the code!

This needs libncursesw5-dev and termkey ( http://www.leonerd.org.uk/code/libtermkey/doc/termkey.7.html )
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actually, I'm going to take this down and go through the open source releasing program at work. brb
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