I spent basically the whole morning writing a single, long comment explaining how I expected to write my code.
One hour before lunch, I finally started coding.
First run before lunch, the first, simplest test failed.
On lunch, I realized what I did wrong. Note: that was one thing I didn't write in my comments.
Back after lunch, 1 hour to fix the code and fixing the test.
Since them, I'm probably 4 hours thinking and writing test cases and the whole thing is actually working. Also, I got time to refactor some stuff to simplify the main body.
Today I got "Judge Bitch - Temple Serpent".
Reddit became a cesspool of content, but HackerNews is really trying to take over it and become the king of cesspool.
For one thing, this person have no idea what "ad hominem" is.
I want an RSS aggregator.
I want to be able to specify my RSS feeds in a config file.
It should output one plain text file per article.
One new output file should indicate whether a given article has been read or not.
I'm pretty sure nothing like this exists already?
My plan is to sync the files across devices with syncthing and have a client-only renderer. Maybe just output an html index file; I dunno; that's for later.
"All Star" but the whole lyrics is "They don't stop coming".
"All Star" but every time they say "the" it gets faster.
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