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darkestkhan
Visaoni: interesting thing is that it later on (at the same day) converted into freakish thunderstorm... my house even got struck by lightning
Visaoni
darkestkhan: that's really weird
darkestkhan
[which by itself is also interesting - we are surrounded by taller buildings]
Visaoni: not really interesting... sometimes you get very high temp readings caused by air currents, and usually such situation leads to strong thunderstorm
Visaoni
it feels like I start shutting down once things start breaking 30. no clue how you're managing 37
darkestkhan
up to 35 is no problem... past that it gets hard
but shouldn't you be used to such temps if you are living California?
s/living/from/
Visaoni
it's mostly just in the summer that I have to deal with that
but I am really not a very good Californian
darkestkhan
then consider that standard winter around here is -20°C to -30°C :)
Visaoni
I'm the one guy still wearing shorts and no jacket once it drops below 24
darkestkhan
I can go out in pajamas at -10°C :)
(Action) is much more of winter type than summer
Visaoni
ha
indeed. I much prefer the cold
darkestkhan
it is not even risky - once temps go down below -5°C there is barely any humidity in air, so you practically can't catch cold
Visaoni
people here are insane. scarves start appearing at 21
darkestkhan
wtf
Visaoni
I've seen parkas even
darkestkhan
lol, I would understand if it was 5 or so, but at 21? that is "shorts and t-shirt" range
g'night all
marino
damage from gnome3 was 6600 packages.
not light ones either, kde4, libreoffice ....
Lucretia
darkestkhan: and Kim Jong Il would've intented it
jk4
Visaoni: lol that's a pretty sad threshold for pants
24 is still pretty damn warm
i don't even start wearing shoes regularly until about 2-4C
Visaoni
jk4: yup... people around here are crazy, but that's pretty much everybody
I'm the strange one out for not thinking anything under 24 is on the cool side
hey Shark8, been having to glance at Javascript... I think you can give up on that joke language of yours
backbox
Hello
sparre
Good morning (+time zone corrections)
dimonax
What's up?
sparre
(Action) is fiddling with his CV.
During working hours I'm writing a command line parser generator: https://bitbucket.org/sparre/command-line-parser-generator/wiki/Home
charlie5
marino_: just so re 'customize do-build' ... thanks for the review ... by all means rework it, i'll be interested to see the proper way :)
darkestkhan: heh, maybe
dimonax
Anyone tried calling an Assembly procedure directly from their Ada code?
darkestkhan
dimonax: t should be possible but I never tried it
dimonax
bbl
Lucretia
I have, iirc
at least I think I have :D
darkestkhan
heat wave continues, lack of water in some regions in Poland, possibility of blackouts, temps are still rising...
or in short: sh*t is hitting fans now
not to mention fires :) fun times
Visaoni
!gwindows
Allegra--
gwindows: an Ada framework for Windows development originally developed by David Botton, see http://www.gnavi.org/
Visaoni
is there an ada library like http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_58_0/doc/html/boost_units.html?
sparre, figure you might be more likely to know than most :)
Lucretia
Visaoni: adacore showed a gem with dimensions, uses compiler specific aspects
Visaoni
Think I found it. Looks quote interesting
sparre
The GNAT/AdaCore solution is probably the one most similar to the C++ library.
(Action) prefers to generate the appropriate packages.
darkestkhan
lol, http://niebezpiecznik.pl/post/kamien-lepszy-niz-antywirus/ (one image with text in english, "stone better than antivirus")
antranigv
is that Polish?
darkestkhan
yes
but image is in english :)
one comment was best "doctor that reads bioenergotherapist advisory feels the same..."
lol, "[...] three circles around the computer causes all viruses returning to their authors with doubled impact"
antranigv
one thing I didn't get, why Integer'Value(X) and not Integer.Value(X), it's not a subprogram? then what is it?
Lucretia
it's an attribute
antranigv
Oh, I see, tnx
sparre
I don't think there are any cases where you can write <type>.something>.
Which leads me to wonder why we have a special notation for attributes.
Lucretia
so that you know it's not a normal primitive operation of a type
sparre
I imagine that substituting ' with . would require only some minor extensions to the rules for resolving overloaded names.
Lucretia
to distinguish between those operations and asking for info from the type system
seems obvious to me
darkestkhan
sparre: dunno, it is too hot to think right now
sparre
Why do we have to know that, when we want to be able to swap functions and arrays etc.?
antranigv
umm, say, smthn.smthn is a program, and value'attribute is a built-in ?
kinda?
darkestkhan: right on time, I'm making an ice coffee, or to be more specific, an ice cappoccino, wanna join? (:
sparre
antranigv: Yes. Except when attribute is Read, Write, Input or Output.
... and Address.
Mathematical operations are also built-in for numerical types, so it isn't quite simple.
But I shouldn't complain about using ' for attributes. I've used it happily for 20+ years.
antranigv
sparre: you've been using Ada for 20+ years?
sparre
20.6 years or so. ;-)
antranigv
that's about my age...
sorry, anyone from adacore?
Lucretia
they wouldn't be allowed to come here, probably :D
Shark8
!Last
Lucretia: Why would AdaCore disallow their employees from coming here?
Lucretia
it was a joke
jk4
thus the :D
Lucretia
but it wouldn't surprise me :D
marble_visions
is anybody using (or do they even exist) a library with famous algorithms like A*, dijstra, etc?
generic or just available for a subset of the predefined types
s/dijstra/dijkstra/
tmyklebu
lemon exists, but it's C++.
jk4
i can't imagine an Ada container not being generic
that'd be silly
marble_visions
jk4: dunno what's on the market
someone might have made sth and not bothered to make it generic
what are the FOSS license attitudes here? gps vs bsd vs mit?
what do you prefer to license under?
antranigv
public domain :P
marble_visions
antranigv: good man
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