|_deepfire||er, pkhuong, sorry|
|nyef||_deepfire: You know, there's no rule against defining a one-shot macro to build your command tables the way you want them.|
my "messy" trigger fired when i saw that..
but i clearly have to adjust my tastes :-)
|nyef||Hell, have you seen the numerous MACROLETs in the SBCL source?|
|nyef||Okay, working assumption: The first 8 bytes of the first response packet for a command is control information, including the total response length somehow...|
... Nope, two different formats.
|_deepfire||ok, an introductory-level clim application in CLIM takes less lines that an equivalent GTK+ one|
|nyef||Yay: Found the length data.|
|hefner||_deepfire: not surprising, given the power of keywords, lambda, and a few macros to make the redundancies melt away|
|nyef||Heh. I remember the first versions of my Z-code interpreter. The -only- CLIM-specific function in it was a call to ACCEPT.|
(And later versions weren't that much more involved, either.)
|cpst||are there any good papers on optimizing multimethod dispatch?|
|luis||Oh man... glutTimerFunc() is the dumbest API I've ever seen.|
|nyef||I'm sure there are. And if nobody here now can recommend any you might have better luck asking again in a few hours.|
luis: Even worse than isCpuOnFire()?
|Krystof||cpst: yes. Kizcales and Rodriguez, for starters. (Possible typos in both names)|
there are plenty more
|luis||(sxhash (lambda ())) => 42 interesting|
|beach||hello mvilleneuve, hello Krystof|
Krystof: can you manage the last changes to the ESA paper?
|Krystof||beach: yeah, I should be able to|
|nowhere_man||gosh, I had to process 800 lines to produce 400 (with regex substitutions in the meantime), it was so quick I thought something went wrong|
0.088 seconds of real time
|_deepfire||luis, same here|
|nowhere_man||luis: what is sxhash?|
|_deepfire||minion, clhs sxhash|