Having morning coffee in the office instead of home has its downsides.
I also had a
~/.cache/electron dir, with zips from like 2018.
People, if you never invalidate it, it's not a cache. It's a dump.
Latest thing I found:
It tries to capture the terminal codes for different colors, spawning a different new process with
tput for every color they want.
You can't skip this, 'cause it runs straight out of the module level.
It causes a bunch of warnings 'cause your process finishes before the
tput call can finish.
Honestly, Strings being iterables in Python caused more harm then good. They should've done something like Rust, in which a method will return the iterator for the content of it.
But hindsight is a wonderful thing.
At this point on my dev life, I should be really aware of that, but... here we are again.
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