Recent blog entries for rjain

Wow, MS is going to license source on a slightly more restrictive basis than commercial CL environment vendors. Wonderful.

3 May 2001 (updated 3 May 2001 at 06:41 UTC) »

Been playing with clg on and off today...

I installed the latest 1.3 versions of gtk+ and glib, and have been trying to get clg to work. Looks interesting, and heavily macro-ified. I'm trying to figure out how to get param-flag-type to be properly set up with the various deftype-method things.

crhodes has showed me how many cool features are in galeon. Maybe I'll try it.

Back to finals stuff...

I might as well write my first diary entry....

I've packaged up 3 debian packages so far, onshore-imho, uncomonsql, and pfaedit.
deb ./

Uncommonsql is awesome with Postgresql, by the way! But cmucl and the kernel need to decide on what they consider "using memory" means. Stupid OOM killer. But having it kill cmucl for no reason is better than the box going insane.

I'm using Uncommonsql to store the player files for my MUD into a database. I've been working on some method combination hacking, and it's pretty cool. Using serve-event would be cool, but that would kill portability...

Oh well, enough rambling... Back to finals stuff...

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