I have my own WikiWiki entry now, see ZhaoWay. :)
/me was pretty much surprised and confused by the GTY(()) thingy in the GCC source tree. It sounds like a very strange invention.
I wrote a new article for IBM developerWorks/China, Introducing Tiny C Compiler for C scripting. This is part one in a series. I'm preparing the second article right now. The TCC I'm talking about is Fabrice Bellard's Tiny CC. A lot of people call their toy C compiler Tiny C or something similar. This one is unique in that it enables scripting in C, which is great.
These days I spent a great lot of time on local university's BBS board. Less time here. But chatting in one's native tongue is a great lot more fun. :)
My very own free software project is making progress, but I've yet to write solid code for it. Haha. The progress made is that I've more insights into the field of programming languages now than before. I've yet to make more progress of course. Life is short.
I received a present of a glass Klein bottle which is so nice! I enjoyed it with my girl friend last friday. This is good! And a big THANK YOU to the Bottle Maker!
Macros and Literate Programming are a perfect match.
In other notes, I found FunnelWEB more appealing than Noweb.
CWEB is absolutely cool!
Recent two discoveries that make my programming more fun:
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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