Fri May 19 2000 07:30:
I've decided that it's not a good idea to brag about how incredibly
long your Linux system has been up. You're just announcing to the
world, "Hey, look at me! I have such-and-such kernel vulnerabilities!"
I think there's a patch to replace the kernel's RAM image without
rebooting, so soon the world may once again be safe for those who
like to gloat.
Fri May 19 2000 07:54:
It took me forever, but I finally found a decently sized version
of the map of the known universe mentioned in
BBC article. The large version is actually somewhat of a disappointment,
as the BBC added shading to their tiny version of the graphic to make
the map look a lot nicer than it does.
Fri May 19 2000 08:14:
alien technology! I would be interested in that game but I'm
not interested in playing games with people I don't know personally.
Fri May 19 2000 08:28:
For the past week I've been trying to get a working symbol table
and abstract syntax tree. I'm almost there, but I'm also very
worried that I've wasted a week getting a pretty symbol table
and syntax tree and that by the time I get it working, I won't have
time to do any semantic analysis.
Fri May 19 2000 11:22:
The symbol table works now. I have now succeeded in getting rid of a whole bunch of crap
associated with the table presented in the sample code,
including the fact that it had to know about the AST and the fact
that two of the classes were not done as classes but as typedefed
structs with associated functions. So, with six days to go on the
project, I have a very nice symbol table which is 10% of the
grade. Did I mention that I have a philosophy paper due in a week?
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