Does Rust have some notion of an anonymous generic? I often have to pass a generic struct but the actual type of the generic is irrelevant to the function, yet I still have to list it and often include the trait bounds for the generic. It would be nice to just be able to list the argument as MyStr<_> or something.
I guess this is what you do when you don't have generics? Feels evil.
Couldn't figure out where some C code was defining a set of functions that clearly existed. Finally spotted all the preprocessor stuff at the top which served to include the contents of another C file up to 6 times each time with differing defines which both renamed the function exposed and changed its behaviour slightly.
this is my favourite kind of bug https://support.google.com/docs/thread/162510194/including-and-and-and-and-and-in-a-google-doc-causes-it-to-crash?hl=en
Update: Firefox 102 will drop support for detecting when your user profile is currently in use by Firefox 0.3 on macOS. I apologise to all the impacted users.
Now I'm morbidly curious about whether it is even possible to run Firefox 0.3 on the macOS required by current Firefox. I think not at least because it would have been compiled for PowerPC and 10.7 dropped Rosetta support for that. Firefox 1.5 was the first Intel build.
An auto-configuring nameserver for the services you run on your local network.
I could of course create an account pretty much anywhere, but I'd still like to avoid my test messages from cluttering up the local timeline.
There are dozens of fish or fish-like emoji (e.g., 🐟 🐠🎣🐡🦈🐬🐳🐋🐟.𓆝𓆟)
In fact, there are so many that, if I sent you a random one, a third party wouldn't have a good chance of guessing which one I'd sent.
This means we could adopt a new form of 2FA based on sending fish emoji
“In addition to your password, please log in with your one-time cod”
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