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More "fun" experience with reactionary "tool"-chains...

Postby lamefun » Sat Jun 18, 2016 4:22 pm UTC

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Re: More "fun" experience with reactionary "tool"-chains...

Postby Ishq » Mon Jun 27, 2016 8:26 pm UTC

It's depressing when Debian stable is ahead of said popular distributions. Meh.
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Re: More "fun" experience with reactionary "tool"-chains...

Postby lamefun » Mon Jun 27, 2016 10:52 pm UTC

The problem is somewhere else... the version I compiled myself worked after all...

It's because daemon doesn't (can't?) statically link libstdc++.

From falsehood to truth...

A good system should have a minimal and really bad core API. As bad as the x86 assembly.

This way people will have to create wrappers around it to use it (just as people have created high-level programming languages)!

Now you don't have to "modernize" your API or fix non-critical bugs, because the wrappers will provide a clean interface and work around the bugs!

This is why x86 rocks. This is why Microsoft Windows rocks.

Programs should bundle all their dependencies with them and run directly against the bad OS API.

That's the way it should be. That's how a proper system should work.

By the way, HTML, CSS and JS are fundamentally flawed for this very reason.

But I trust in the Global Government! It will bring us the salvation! It will make HTML, JS and CSS what they should've always been!
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Re: More "fun" experience with reactionary "tool"-chains...

Postby Ishq » Wed Jun 29, 2016 2:45 am UTC

Yeah, I tried my best to do that. From now on, I should just ship a full statically linked binary of daemon and even avoid depending on the system's libc and libstdc++.

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