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Jason Turner
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Jason Turner 33m
And cppreference's C++23 section has begun Congrats for having the first C++23 core language feature!
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Jason Turner 34m
Replying to @ariccio
I run it local on the host system usually, to reduce the network overload, so still might work for me.
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Jason Turner 44m
Replying to @ariccio
I'm pretty curious about this actually, I use WinDirStat to keep tabs on my family network drive usage. If your version is significantly faster...
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Jason Turner 46m
Replying to @ariccio
Is windiest an auto correct for WinDirStat? :D
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @Foniks @lunasorcery
Seems I should have looked up the game first :) it looks like the entire world is finite cells?
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @Foniks @lunasorcery
Is it for running the simulation of game actors (NPC's and such) in Dwarf fortress?
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @lunasorcery
Neat! Is this used for problem solving / simulation of real world systems as well? Makes me think of my wife's math master's project that involved intercellular communication signals.
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @KellenDB
I have no idea what those words mean together!
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @OpDarkside
I mean the thing that your build system already does. You have 10 cpp files and 10 cores? You get 10 processes!
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @OpDarkside
I almost said "Multiple file compilation" for my answer. Feels similar
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @lunasorcery
Is that like Game of Life? This is a field I know embarrassingly little about :D
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Jason Turner 5h
Replying to @LesleyLai6 @olafurw
might have beat you by 18s
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Jason Turner 6h
Replying to @lefticus
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Jason Turner 6h
What is your favorite problem/program/thing that is embarrassingly easy to parallelize? Me: rendering fractals (eg, Mandelbrot)
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Jason Turner 6h
Replying to @AminYa74
Yeah, they winter in Colorado. Except for a couple of flocks who have decided they like living in Colorado and have become a summer nuisance in the parks.
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Jason Turner 9h
For those of you not familiar with vim, the only change here is 's' for regular search and 'S' for the case preserving one
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Jason Turner 9h
Vim and sed use basically the same dialect of regex, and my brain is wired for what to expect for that
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Jason Turner 9h
Emacs does case insensitive regex replace by default? That seems like it would cause more problems than it would solve
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CppCast 15h
Episode 275 of CppCast is live! and are joined by Artem Dinaburg and Ryan Eberhardt from to discuzz Fuzz Testing including a new tool to Fuzz on the GPU! Listen Now!
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Jason Turner 11h
Replying to @rodgertq
Definitely the weirdest thing I've seen today
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