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2 Apr 2002 (updated 2 Apr 2002 at 11:57 UTC) »

Midday and parcelforce still haven't delivered wireless ethernet card that was ordered last week.

Meanwhile much cursing is being directed at RedHat 7.1 and Windows 98 as Papaya crashes repeatedly on both of those systems. Of course I'm using RedHat 7.2 and Windows XP and it's rock solid on those. Current unverified theory is that the std C library lists are somehow being used improperly. May install RedHat 7.1/Windows 98 on spare computer at some point today to see if it's possible to duplicate the bug reports.

New microwave is installed in kitchen. However, lack of microwavable food in freezer means testing it must wait. Unlikely to go shopping for microwavable food as arms hurt a lot from carrying microwave to bus station, and am waiting for delivery of above mentioned wireless network card.

It'll be nice not to fall over ethernet cable currently running through the kitchen and up the stairs.

Even more cursing. Disc 1 of RedHat 7.1 has suffered catastrophic physical damage. 4 hour download starts. Maybe will start with Windows 98 and hope VC++ doesn't frazzle it.

Woke up at 9am, got up and started making house presentable for visit by father and father's "girlfriend". They arrived at 10:20, wasn't expecting them until 11am. Then realised that clocks went forward last night and it was really 11:20am.

Woke other half up to present to father for first time. Other half materialised 45 minutes later. Spent a few hours entertaining father.

Spent remainder of day in company of other half not writing any Papaya code. Read posting on message board that mentioned Papaya had every feature but the automapper. Must rewrite automapper from tcl to C for inclusion in Papaya.

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