In fairness, bash "only" needs ~30 seconds with ccache disabled (the cache only really saves five seconds, which is also a bit weird); that's still 200x longer than rc.
Bash has a few more features, and some different ones, but it's definitely not two orders of magnitude more capable. I doubt it's *one* OoM.
The creature scurried through the gaps and dark tunnels - something it was trained to do. It had an important goal.
It made a grumpy noise as its little backpack snagged, but it wasn't anything a few sensible wiggles couldn't solve.
Finally, it had burrowed all the way to the goal.
The backpack was removed and treats were dispensed. As the creature happily ate, it watched the wizard craft an escape spell.
Soon the cave-dungeon was empty.
It has been a whole year since I've began only ever using a text editor of my own making.
It has changed a quite a bit since its first incarnation, but finally settling for an editor that I could hack at whenever it annoyed me was a pretty positive experience.
If you're ever considering doing something like that, this website has been an excellent resource for ideas: https://texteditors.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl
Bad address: https://www.аррӏе.com/
Good address: https://www.apple.com/
See the difference?
Me neither. The first one is using Cyrillic charset, the 2nd one - regular Latin
So, how to avoid getting shagged by the Bad Guys?
Not sure about other browsers; in Firefox, you go to about:config, find the network.IDN_show_punycode option and set it to true. From now on, any URLs based on charsets other than Latin will be shown as hex codes.
That feeling when you freak out over the 8MB /dev/sda that just started showing up and then a tiny bit of probing shows that, well.
You enabled the scsi_debug kernel module by accident, and disabled module loading, so it's automatically loaded at startup, changing the index of your boot drive.
A totally normal feeling I'm sure at least ONE other person on Earth has ever felt. Maybe.
Economic Pessimism Growing in U.S.
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