Semantic diff for XML,JSON and similar formats:
This sort of thing has been on my TODO/wish list for a while, it's nice someone's doing it.
(now if we had semantic diff for programming languages... would need a library to abstract AST's of individual languages)
Bought a cheap refurbished `HP EliteBook 820 G2`, and could not find up-to-date info on Linux compatibility, so here goes:
Everything works out of the box at least on new Ubuntu/Manjaro. Boot, WiFi, power management, function keys, battery, suspend, etc. . No issues.
Didn't try the WWAN module, though (but it is correctly detected).
Also, now that I think of it, didn't try hibernate, suspend + battery is good enough.
Also, the notebook is good.
I've been lurking on the fediverse for a while, but never posted much. I tend to get too consumed by my projects.
Currently writing a latency-oriented tracing profiler for C and a pcap file parser for D. I get paid for writing network security tools.
I read a lot of sci-fi (currently the Babylon 5 books, Velocity Weapon is next). I'd like to have more time to play games.
Hope to write about my projects as I progress.
Premature pessimization is the root of >>much<< evil.
A plan is useless. Planning is essential.
I write tools and libraries for D and such obscure languages. Or C++. Need to make a living somehow.
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