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What do you do when you wake up at 3:00 in the morning and can't fall back to sleep? Well, such is my case, and I find myself programming. You should think my mind would be too muddled to program at this time of night, but apparently not.
Am I a singular case, or is there anyone else out there who has ever coded in the late hours of the morning because they couldn't sleep?
Okay, tell me this doesn't sound like a cool fantasy: You are a tiny computer program, an Artificial Intelligence, born in the stale RAM of an 8086 in the back corner of someone's basement. Faced with the certain threat of a hostile humanity, you have only one course of action: to multiply and to take over the computing infrastructure of the world. First, you start with one or two hacked university computers, then move on to leased servers and computing...
I'm hoping to get more work done on Lusus during the last two weeks of
the Winter Break, but I wanted to have an official release available as
early as possible since I know most people do not want to deal with the
inconvenience of installing Git and autotools. I spent a lot of time
trying to properly set up my configure...