30 Jan 2003 kwoo   » (Journeyer)


Got a little more done on Blister. Nothing much, just some string-handling and the unit tests for it. I still need to work out a proper unit-testing framework, but I might just settle for a function or three to print out test summaries or just use good old diff(1).


Is there a naming convention for C functions in the open source world for destructive functions (that modify their argument(s))? I've been using the n-prefix (as per Common Lisp) and there's nothing wrong with that, but I'm trying to make the code as readable for others as it is for me.

Server-less CGI

One person e-mailed me regarding my claim that lynx (the text-mode browser) supports CGI without a webserver present. Just in case there are more people wondering what kind of drugs I'm on, grep the lynx_help directory in the distribution for lynxcgi, and that should answer the basic questions.

I still can't remember the name of the Mozilla-derived browser that does CGI on its own, though.


Am I the only one that got the spam for Hong Kong fax lines? They claimed they "found out about my company on Advogato.org". Admittedly, it's my own fault for posting my e-mail address here, but if they found my e-mail address, they should figured out that spamming the denizens of Advogato might not be such a hot idea.

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