Its not even that hard, just pull your hair and cut off the long parts. why do people pay money for this?
wasm is neat not only for binary portability, but you can have permissioned IO capabilities by selectively restricting read and write calls to given paths. I don't know if any tool is doing this but it is possible by reading the filename from the descriptor... you could even disable filesystem reads and writes altogether, this is the default!
here's the cdc report on this
I get way more engagement with these kinds of posts on the fediverse vs twitter. I wonder if twitter buries them or if the fediverse selects for a certain kind of person 😛
I prefer writing recursive descent parsers, even though you lose the ability to stop and resume parsing. The solution? Save and restore your callstacks! (ie: coroutines)
libtask looks interesting: https://swtch.com/libtask/
its also really neat to get execution traces from C/C++/rust programs. I can see all the codepaths that were taken and what values were passed around. might be useful for stuff 🤔
who am I kidding it's a blast
I can execute a C program to the end but something is getting messed up in the memory somewhere. debugging this isn't fun.
when you're too lazy to use excel so you write a bash and sed script to maintain a csv file😅
can't imagine putting my money in a bank "savings" account when I can put it into the hardest fuck you money in human history
it's dads stackin sats with 10% of their pay forever laura. FOREVER.
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