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Whee, been really busy. Work, wedding, real life. Finally started to get a little time to look things over. Fixed up some spec files for evas, ebits, and ecore. Built an outragously early early alpha version of the next version of E, read the code over a little.

Got my webpage up recently, too. Been posting lots of useless information. :)

I expect to have a little more time with the holidays coming. Luckily, they give us off the last week of the year, so I finally really dive into some of the stuff I want to write.

Okay, so I updated my intro again. I haven't had time to actually write code lately. I thought I would when I graduated, but since then, work has picked up considerably (though it's probably also partially my fault for leaping across teams at work into one where there's a lot more to do right now than later..). I've been trying to get started on my new website, but even that's slow in coming -- I just haven't had the time to do much, or when I do have time, I'm just exhausted/burnt out.

Luckily, I have pretty much the rest of the week off, so I expect to be able to make *some* progress *somewhere*. :) If nothing else, we're starting to already get underway with discussing the work for a new copy of E.org.

While I'm at it, I should update E's sourceforge page. Maybe I'll look at that tonight, if I get a chance.

Okay, so I fixed up my intro and finished looking through the person list. I'm positive I missed a person or two. :)

Been very busy with work and an exam I have tomorrow, but hopefully this weekend I can revamp what I've written so far of famemu. I had started to code it, but I decided I can do a far more powerful and simpler model. Originally, I was going to do a base entry struct, and then extend it for each of the objects I need (file, directory, host, etc). I started to write it, and I realized I'd be far better off going the opposite way: instead of everything knowing about the entry struct, having the entry struct know about everything. Fam will just create a FamemuEntry, and it'll just be passed the correct type (ie FAMEMU_ENTRY_TYPE_FILE). This means that I can just toss them all in as a list and I never have to be concerned with what's "inside".

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