25 Aug 2003 helcio   » (Journeyer)

PopAsm, the Popular Assembler
I have managed to implement the command line parsing up to an acceptable state. Now I am focusing on the implementation of the (hopefully) final version of the assembly algorithm itself. The former algorithm was intentionally naive, for prototyping purposes.

I am at the lab right now. This season is surely going to be the toughest ever: 6 subjects besides my Master Thesis! I hope PopAsm development just slows down instead of stopping as several times before... Not now that I am so close to the alpha version... :(

Street market
That's how I call the lab where I study. My university fellows are not as polite as I would like them to be; they talk too much, and loud. It is difficult to concentrate on my tasks, unless I listen to some music using a headphone. I am listening to a Mozart CD right now. The problem is that the music is so good that it is difficult not to stop working to appreciate it.

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