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Quick install/uninstall of glib debug version for tracing, or... just for the heck of it.

Posted 05-22-2015 at 03:59 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 05-22-2015 at 04:27 PM by rainbowsally (an afterthought)

Quick install/uninstall of glib debug version for tracing, or... just for the heck of it.

For the heck of it?

Yeah. I told yuh. This is Computer Mad Science. It doesn't have to make sense or to be useful. ;-) [Though it might very well be both.]

Today's wonderful experience in Computer Mad Science features:
  • A download and a teaser snippet.
  • This might be interesting for folks new to using C and/or looking for interesting powerful yet simple
...
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new.sfxz text-based archive creation utility, C version

Posted 05-20-2015 at 04:53 AM by rainbowsally

new.sfxz text-based archive creation utility, C version

Today's fantastic adventure in Computer Mad Science is the creation of a utility to create the 'sfxz' text-based archives, such as this one (see below). But for anyone not familiar with amazing, magical, and mystifying power of Computer Mad Science, there are some other interesting things going on here.

Feature:
  • A simpler, faster, more reliable sfzx sytem using the C slist variation.
  • 'new.codeblocks code=c'
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An Experiment: From C Definitions To Templates

Posted 05-02-2015 at 09:22 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 05-03-2015 at 11:13 PM by rainbowsally (additions and corrections, description mod)

An Experiment: From C Definitions To Templates

This is a tangent, but a forgivable one, no?

Today's mind-blowing Mad Computer Science features:
  • An experiment morphing a regular old C style set of functions into a set of C++ templates.
  • We rename a literal parameter type to a template parameter T and voila!
  • This will help demystify the horrible noise in the messy STL templates by making a simple transition from main_1 to main_2, in which error messages from the compiler
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The C/C++ Parser Generator (v. 2.x)-- Intro & Example 1 (ToCamelCase)

Posted 04-20-2015 at 06:42 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 05-04-2015 at 12:27 PM by rainbowsally (not enough sleep that day)

The C/C++ Parser Generator (v. 2.x)-- Intro & Example 1 (ToCamelCase)

Based loosely on the long defunct but exceedingly wonderful non-gnu BNF project at Savanah...

Today's Amazing Features
  • Character-wise parser with basic string (abbrev 'str') functions built-in.
  • Uses normal intuitive C/C++ boolean grammar, if(), while(), &&, ||, etc.
  • Powerful string translation and inline EXTERN( ... ) capability.
  • Funcs:
  • is_*()
  • not_*()
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The C/C++ Parser Generator (v. 2.x) -- The Brains

Posted 04-20-2015 at 06:15 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 05-08-2015 at 04:17 AM by rainbowsally (bug fix, typo correction, misc tweeks)

The C/C++ Parser Generator (v. 2.x) -- The Brains

Features:
  • How many times do I have to tell you, Igor?

See the version notes at the top of the source extractor below. Latest: May 8, 2015.

The code for this is just over the size limit here at linuxquestions last time I ran into it, so we have packed this stuff up.

Run this file as 'sh parser-files.base64'. You probably have the base64 app if you're running linux.

It creates:...
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