#pentagram@irc.freenode.net logs for 22 Jul 2008 (GMT)

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[02:06:09] <ShadowChas> Evenin
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[02:54:17] <ShadowChas> Hi :)
[02:57:22] <ShadowChas> Watt, do you program Pentagram using Visual Studio or one of the Linux compilers/studios?
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[03:50:04] <ShadowChas> wb
[03:53:35] <watt> Mac, actually -so Xcode and textmate some of the time - but before I used (and still do when programming for work) vim and eclipse.
[03:54:47] <watt> gcc and gdb are all I've really used extensively for compilers and debuggers when it comes to C and C++
[04:00:33] * ShadowChas nods
[04:01:10] <ShadowChas> Was curious about some of the nuances in the VC projects :)
[04:08:48] <ShadowChas> In Pentagram\Tools\Compile\llclexer.cpp a macro is defined
[04:08:49] <ShadowChas> #define yywrap(n) 1
[04:08:56] <ShadowChas> Which obviously is a bit strange ;)
[04:09:07] <ShadowChas> What's even stranger is how it's called - if ( yywrap( ) )
[04:09:23] <ShadowChas> The macro takes a parameter that is never used, and the calls to it don't pass a parameter
[04:09:32] <ShadowChas> The compiler doesn't like that :D
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[08:00:00] <wjp> for the logs: llclexer.cpp is auto-generated
[08:00:14] <wjp> llcLexer.cpp, even
[08:00:43] <wjp> (by flex++)
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[14:35:58] <wjp> I (or maybe pentagram :-) ) seem to be popular suddenly. I got my second pentagram-related e-mail this week just now.
[15:15:44] <watt> I think we're popular among college and high school students. Many of them would be on summer break.
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[17:26:56] <wjp> kind of shockingly, this last e-mail reports a segfault in the usecode interpreter
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