25 May 2004 Anthony   » (Master)

geeking out

I finally set up a wireless network at home. I was mainly interested in not having to run a long cable to the hacked TiVo anymore. But when I realized that my stereo system would have a wireless ethernet bridge behind it, I caved and picked up an AudioTron on the way home today. A friend of mine recommended the squeezebox, but I like the internet radio feature of the AudioTron. Both work with Linux servers. The squeezebox uses a server app written in Perl and the AudioTron just scans Windows shares (provided by Samba in my case). Highly recommended!


Strangers are asking me for updates on this, so.. here goes. I got a little distracted this past week with travelling (Chicago & Dallas), FC2 upgrades, and rhug hacking to do much. fitzsim pointed me at sqlite, which I'm now linking to my hacked distcc server in order to map file open requests to local filenames. Seems OK so far. Still lots to do.

random compiler thought

It seems that it should be possible to write a __builtin_memoize() function for GCC. It would take function pointer and return one that would act as a memoizing version of that function. Kind of cool, but useful? Dunno.

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