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CL-chan edition

>General Emacs resources
https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html (GNU Emacs Manual)
https://www.emacswiki.org (Emacs Wiki)
https://github.com/emacs-tw/awesome-emacs (Big List of Packages)

>Tutorials
C-h t (Interactive Tutorial)
https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/tour (GNU Emacs Tour)
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX2044Ew-UVVv31a0-Qn3dA6Sd_-NyA1n ((Youtube) General Introduction)
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVtKhBrRV_ZkPnBtt_TD1Cs9PJlU0IIdE ((Youtube) Org Mode)
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8Bwba5vnQK14z96Gil86pLMDO2GnOhQ6 ((Youtube) Advanced Configuration)

>(Self) Documentation

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>>81552824
>>81552935
yeah this. hating jews is stupid but clisp isn't really relevant anymore, sbcl is objectively better
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>>81553200
>t. jew
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>>81553250
I really with I was a rich and high IQ ashkenazi
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>>81553276
They got him, lads
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>>81553193
fringe-mode?

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old thread
>>81533756

What are you working on, /g/?
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>>81553316
>ugly ruby syntax
no such thing. ruby is beautiful
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>>81553279
Deleting it through a pointer to a base class is undefined behavior, for once.
Inheriting from classes that are not designed with inheritance in mind is usually bad, you'll probably have less headache using composition, i.e. private vector member, and providing interface for it.
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>>81553269
interfaces are done in C++ via inheriting from a pure virtual class
unfortunately there's no constraints to ensure compliance with this concept
the metaclass proposal fixes this
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>>81553328
thank you, also this helped https://stackoverflow.com/questions/461203/when-to-use-virtual-destructors
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>>81552375
>I thought self was not implicit in Rust
read the book

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shill me a distro /g/ im sick of distro hopping...
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>>81553326
works for me, if i pay for something i generally want to use it, books ive bought vs books i downloaded a pdf of, read a lot more of books i bought.
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I stopped distro hopping in 2016 when I started using gentoo. The whole system is flexible enough that you can completely change it whenever you feel like it. I didn't use systemd for a while, then felt like using it and picked it up for a couple of years,and finally got rid of it again recently.
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>>81551836
Void Linux
If it doesn't work: Artix Linux
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>>81551836
I haven't distro hopped enough to provide a definitive answer. All I would say is you should try using a distro for a wide range of tasks before dismissing it. I dismissed Linux in general throughout my teens, only moving to it when Microsoft produced the cancer called Windows 8. It only took me a few weeks to figure out how to do most things in Ubuntu, which then allowed me to adopt other Debian based systems quite easily.
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>>81553448
>Void
Tell me about why xbps is better than pacman.
Void v Artix is simply just which package manager is better.

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new desktop thread

this thread I will help out with some of my personal ricing tips!

so here is void linux running i3wm, the wallpaper i made myself in gimp with a vector from /w/, just resized on plain purple, i had the image the vector came from so it is opened in feh (thought that was clever at the time but it is kinda cringe now), the terminals are using omyzsh with cloud profile which i edited with fontawesome tux for prompt, gimp is opened in another workspace and taking hoards of ram as seen in htop, the terminal color is contrasting the purple wallpaper which i picked for just such reason, at the time i had no idea what .Xresources was so i was not using it at all, the window borders are simple all black for the focused window and all white for the inactive windows at about 5px (colors declared in hexadecimal in i3config), the terminal is actually xfce4-terminal which has an easy profile editor, the font is ubuntu

now you try!
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>>81542329
Oh cool, I use hsetroot to set some tiled papes with tiles I already hadd, I didn't know it could "generate" a wallpaper
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>>81550924
No doubt, that one helps you save your work, which lets you save some time.
We don't spend all day on our setups, we spend a day on our config.
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>>81552225
Hell yes, the based setup I posted has a custom layout included. The default config it uses is sorta similar to xmonad when run. Glad to help put it out there.

Portuguese faggot here.
Just got done bullying my local isp to give me 500/100 internet or else i would not re-sign my contract with them. Not only did they cave in, but i also made them give me more mobile data (10gb a month now) and also lower my monthly bill to 59€ per month. It feels good bullying the wagies working at my ISP bros.

Also post your internet speeds i guess
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Do American ISPs give this much of a shit?

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iTODDLERS BTFO LMAO
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>>81552122
cringe
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>>81547256
Muhammad was a pedophile and so are you
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>>81550565
German word for feces
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>>81549855
This!

Based Mohammed!
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>>81552886
cringe

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What do you listen to while coding?
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>>81553364
all of these are extremely based. video game osts are a bit too busy for my taste though
>>81553390
yeah ambient's great. never been too much of a fan of sleep research facility though, i've always preferred biosphere
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>>81553286
machine girl
https://machinegirl.bandcamp.com/album/reporpoised-phantasies
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>>81553348
same
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>>81553286
Roasties and boomers talking on the phone to people they clearly dislike
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>>81553286
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADF5nBdKctQ

So... does VR work on Linux yet? Are there free and open source gaems?
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>>81553033
I don't need "proprietary games"
I need a free VRC clone
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>>81553093
no you need to have the groomers go through a centralized server
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if you're too retarded to figure out wine/proton then are you really a gamer or a game journo?
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Is janusvr still a thing? I remember seeing some cool webvr things with it and I think it was OSS..
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Seems like VR is dead. Too expensive. Not enough users and not worth developing for. I mean look at Alyx. How’d that go? And that was made by Valve to sell their own hardware.

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Just me or the RX 6900 XT is taking the throne of the best GPU out there?
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AMD's next-gen RDNA 3: revolutionary chiplet design could crush NVIDIA

Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/74274/amds-next-gen-rdna-3-revolutionary-chiplet-design-could-crush-nvidia/index.html
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>>81552389
gpu boxes came with handles for decades my zoomie friend
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>>81552426
Nvidia's chiplet design has been in the works for a couple years now, so, whatever. AMD isn't magic.
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>>81552346
wow, where can I get a device that puts Nvidia this far up my ass like this anon has demonstrated?
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it's a very nice gpu if you can actually get one.
eth is bonkers right now, so that's unlikely.

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I just paid someone with a Rei avatar 30 dogecoin to give me a lap dance in VR chat. We livin in the future bros!

Are compsci degrees still valuable in 2021+?
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>Are compsci degrees still valuable in 2021+?
They will always be valuable in the sense that there will always be jobs you can get with them, just like any engineering, medical, finance, or language degree. However, the era of $120k+ starting salaries for new grads is already starting to die off but has yet completely end.

That is the day I am waiting for. 99% of what attracts brainlet normies to the major/career is that they think they can just get the degree and suddenly make 6 figures overnight. They have no passion for it and just waste everyone's time and it genuinely pisses me off. I'm not saying you have to eat sleep and breathe CS, but you should at least be doing it because you enjoy it to some extent.

We're already seeing entry level salaries being lowered and of course it's that fucking group of people who are whining about it the loudest. Once salaries start to go down to normal amounts you'll see these people abandon ship and milk the next cash cow degree to death.

It's so fucking upsetting to see people treat education and shit like this. Fuck leftists.
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>>81548332
kike
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>>81548332
Nigger
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>>81548518
>>The acquisition of capitol is valued above intellectual merit. => Blame the left. (COMMIE SCUM!)
The modern Americanized leftist is one of the most staunch supporters of capitalism in the West.

Unfortunately, the average fa/g/got's knowledge of political theory begins and ends with Reddit image macros, so I have to endure listening to right-wingers defend the capitalist system that wants them dead and their children raped, or the occasional leftist tranissary insist that America is "right wing" in any way when the furthest right party in the US is currently running a tranny for election, LMAO.
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>>81553301
The american left is left wing in every way except economically so you get the worst of both worlds.

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This kills the trackerfag
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>>81551115
>>81551340
No johnny rebel no buy
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Piracy ain't what it used to be.
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>>81553121
Shhh, just click allow like you're taught to :^)
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Music piracy has been irrelevant since the death of what.cd
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>>81553384
I uninstalled that shit as I saw the permissions. It seems this shit is legit but I'm not trusting something that can access the mic.

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What is it about Python that makes /g/ seethe so much?
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>>81550573
I am unironically too stupid to use it.
Every single time it is seconds to write the code but hours do debug it. I don't understand how people can find it easy, other than the availability of packages.
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>>81551596
Python isn't meant to build anything big in it, it's a hacker's language. It's perfect for hacking, creating small programs with a simple purpose, automating repetative tasks. Comparing C++ to Python is like comparing a Formula1 to a Toyota Corolla; sure, the former is quicker, but the latter is better suited to everyday tasks
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>>81551483
So where ARE your valid criticisms?
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>>81553144
The hypocrites of /g/ will rag on Python for being interpreted (really not that big a deal for the vast majority of use cases) while at the same time posting anime girls holding SICP and generally praising Lisp when the vast majority of Lisp dialects (Scheme, Common, Emacs) are interpreted too.

With the major exception of sepples, most of the languages on /g/ are either interpreted or JIT compiled
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Different beasts, for different things.

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Do you believe them?
https://www.wired.com/story/black-queer-ai-groups-spurn-google-funding/
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>>81552878
I hate niggers like you wouldnt believe
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>>81553081
>>81553056
Samefag but funny.
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>>81552928
That or they'll create the AI that murders them in their sleep.
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>>81552878
If you define yourself by your race and sexuality, that means you are racist and sexist.
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>>81552878
>ethical AI research team
But Google still has its unethical AI research team intact, right?

to learn more about making your internet experience supremely secure with firefox visit these links:
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxWXLlfqNAo
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQhWdsFMc24

also, do not forget to sage and sneed bravetard threads! use firefox, the white man's choice.
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>>81552978
Are you seething, my dude?
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>>81552988
not at all, faggot
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I locked the updates to version 88 because fuck the new proton design, (or whatever the hell they call it)
It is ugly as shit, and it is increases the padding, which is retarded.
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>>81553277
>foobar
>musicbee
>spotify
do you really need all of them?
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>>81553427
foobar for ambient noises, like rain and soundscapes, plays all the time
musicbee for general music.
spotify, for some podcasts, rarely use it




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