FYI: I'm sure that am a choleric person.
This means that, even I'm trying to keep these tendencies of mine at bay, I will sometimes make a fool of myself by speaking without thinking first and going on rants about some things.
In case you see me in such a state, I will be most grateful if you remind me that it is time to stop posting and that I should think if I shouldn't perhaps be burning in shame due to saying some stupid things I could have not said if only I thought before rambling.
I'm still torn about using exceptions vs. result types (e.g. tl::expected) for error handling.
I find them almost equivalent in functionality, but for one case: iterating with standard algorithms and collecting errors. Much easier to std::transform() and gather tl::unexpected; can't exactly resume iteration if internals throw.
But then exceptions give cleaner code IMO (result types create spam of helper functions/lambdas).
Wish C++ had condition system from #CommonLisp.
new release (0.5.0) of tinmop TUI client for gemini and pleroma
@phoe Thank you for making this video. I am always trying to learn more about programming and especially, Lisp. I am enjoying the book "The Common Lisp Condition System".
I'll be talking #CommonLisp with Alejandro Serrano of 47 Degrees Academy tomorrow at 18:00 CET.
The video was prerecorded, I'll be there answering questions on chat.
It is that time of the year, in which I announce another release of Netfarm, a replicated object system. Okay, I only did this last year, but there's some correspondence, no?
There are a few things we likely want to sort out for 2021, before the Current State of Networking Things gets worse. Netfarming may or may not be an improvement, but I am hopeful it is; see "Why another drive to 2021" in
https://gitlab.com/cal-coop/netfarm/netfarm/-/releases/v0.1.0 for a rationale.
We are testing for the next #ecl release: https://gitlab.com/embeddable-common-lisp/ecl/-/issues/621 -- please chip in if you have resources to do so :) #lisp
Lisper, Furcadian, hacker, riichi mahjong player, living in Cracow. Posts drawing occasionally.
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