15 May 2004 murrayc   » (Master)

Annoying g++ improvement of the day

I know there's bound to be a good reason for the C++ spec to say we can't do this, and I can guess at it, but this gcc 3.4 C++-conformance improvement, pointed out to me by Bryan Forbes, is an irritation. Of course, I don't know the reason exactly because there is still no freely-available copy of the C++ spec online. No, I don't want the C# one instead

Don't mention the war(s)

More documentaries seen at Dok.Fest:

  • Willkommen an der Grenze: Mostar, in Bosnia is divided into Croation (christian) and Bosnian (muslim) parts. The 2 sets of inhabitants try not to talk amongst themselves about the war and refuse to talk to each other about anything.
  • Cement: Inhabitants of Beocin, in Serbia, talk about their town's shaky dependence on the cement factory, and their hopes for the boxing club that it sponsors.

I really like that the directors have often talked briefly after the films.

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