March 31, 2014
AnyNowhere — daily chat log — back (to logs index)
00:00, Raptorjedi> That makes less sense. Because you're right. Things that work are likely to be repeated independently multiple times.
00:01, Raptorjedi> There's only one way to code hello world :P
00:06, Albeyamakiir> Well, actually, I can think of a half-dozen ways to do so in the same language, but most of it's silly programming or code-golf.
00:07, Albeyamakiir> But maybe it's based on the whole source. They did say it checks for changed variable names.
00:07, Albeyamakiir meant: changed variable names, but otherwise the same.
12:36, Kristos> In programming class a guy copied my entire code and just changed variable names. The teacher just laughed when she saw what he turned in.
12:37, Kristos> I had my own unique style and always overachieved on the projects. He really chose the worst person to copy from.
17:50, Speeder> Neuzd many outboxes were sent to you?
17:50, Neuzd> Nope. 3 skinny ones, and one "skinny" fat.
17:53, Neuzd> I explained in my thread why I decided to do the update anyway. basically it's mainly because I finished rewriting the update utility.
18:00, Cryoburner whispers: Of course, if you don't add a new post, the thread doesn't get marked as unread and no one knows you posted there. :P
18:02, Neuzd> Well, that thread is not the place for the inbox itself, I updated only the title and added a link to the post you should already be watching :P
18:04, Cryoburner whispers: Now you just need to make a utility that cross-checks a user's data against a file on your server, and autoupdates it accordingly, submitting unsubmitted data to the server as outboxes. :D
18:07, Cryoburner whispers: It should have a chat bot too, where you can send commands through guide entries.
18:07, Neuzd> IF I had to do something like that, I would prefer trying connecting Noctis to a real database.
18:12, Cryoburner whispers: Twitter.
18:17, Neuzd whispers: Or MySpace