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11870.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/22(Wed) 23:04:05          
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11869. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/22(Wed) 21:05:57          
> u call that a peñis?
that PENIS is too large to fit in anything, let alone anyone... (;゚Д゚)

Reference: 2024/05/22(Wed) 20:52:21

11868.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/22(Wed) 20:52:21          
…………………...„„-~^^~„-„„_
………………„-^*'' : : „'' : : : : *-„
…………..„-* : : :„„--/ : : : : : : : '\
…………./ : : „-* . .| : : : : : : : : '|
……….../ : „-* . . . | : : : : : : : : |
………...\„-* . . . . .| : : : : : : : :'|
……….../ . . . . . . '| : : : : : : : :|
……..../ . . . . . . . .'\ : : : : : : : |
……../ . . . . . . . . . .\ : : : : : : :|
……./ . . . . . . . . . . . '\ : : : : : /
….../ . . . . . . . . . . . . . *-„„„„-*'
….'/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '|
…/ . . . . . . . ./ . . . . . . .|
../ . . . . . . . .'/ . . . . . . .'|
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u call that a peñis?

11867. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/22(Wed) 20:14:45          
> peniss


   イ 
   ク
   ゥ
   ゥ
   ゥ
  /○\
  □□□
  □□□
  △▽△
  □□□
  □□□    ペニス?w
  □□□    ピネス?ww
  □□□    PENIS♂♂♂だ!
/□□∨□□\
□□□□□□□
\□□∧□□/

hah, penis ヽ(´∇`)ノ

Reference: 2024/05/22(Wed) 16:31:01

11866.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/22(Wed) 16:31:01          
peniss

11865. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/21(Tue) 12:36:50          
> things like that, you want to edit in something like Visual Studio Code
> you open the folder with the code in it and it'll try to resolve where
> each function is from so you can jump to it easily
> getting into a big existing project always sucks though and the only way
> to get better at it is to just keep trying to do it, even if you scrap
> everything or break something or whatever
> my personal projects are all like 1 or 2 source files, I hate splitting
> shit up ┐(´ω` )┌

tracking them down isn't too hard, what is annoying is when there's a gazillion objects
or structs or whatever that contain each other, i quickly find myself overwhelmed and can't see
what does what anymore ヽ(´ー`)ノ

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 19:12:25

11864. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/21(Tue) 01:05:34          
> Alright, but train-man better post his train. This is all I found just from yesterday
what an absolute bounty ヽ(´∇`)ノ
thanks!

Reference: 2024/04/02(Tue) 23:15:28

11863.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 22:49:03          
it's monday... ヽ(´Д`;)ノΞ≡3

11862. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 19:12:25          
> ok i lied, i meant to say i want to contribute to code but i don't have the skills to do so
> i had once made a program that finds every line that contains "int main()" among all the files
> of a directory only to realize that to understand what every class worked i had to trace back
> a dozen header files (ρ_;)

things like that, you want to edit in something like Visual Studio Code
you open the folder with the code in it and it'll try to resolve where
each function is from so you can jump to it easily

getting into a big existing project always sucks though and the only way
to get better at it is to just keep trying to do it, even if you scrap
everything or break something or whatever

my personal projects are all like 1 or 2 source files, I hate splitting
shit up ┐(´ω` )┌

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 18:37:43

11861. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 18:37:43          
> > i want to contribute to code but i cant find the main function
> > (´ー`)
> run it in a debugger and single step through it
> failing that, edit every function (or at least, all the ones that seem 
> like they could be the main one) to output its name to the console and 
> see which one comes up first ( ´ω`)
> VERY brute force, but it should work
> failing that, ask the author lol ヽ(´∇`)ノ

ok i lied, i meant to say i want to contribute to code but i don't have the skills to do so
i had once made a program that finds every line that contains "int main()" among all the files
of a directory only to realize that to understand what every class worked i had to trace back
a dozen header files (ρ_;)

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 16:58:04

11860. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 17:31:55          
> > i want to contribute to code but i cant find the main function
> > (´ー`)
> run it in a debugger and single step through it
> failing that, edit every function (or at least, all the ones that seem 
> like they could be the main one) to output its name to the console and 
> see which one comes up first ( ´ω`)
> VERY brute force, but it should work
> failing that, ask the author lol ヽ(´∇`)ノ

Not him, but I don't understand debugging tools. They feel more 
difficult to figure out than the thing I'm trying to figure out most of 
the time (;゚∇゚)

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 16:58:04

11859. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 16:58:04          
> i want to contribute to code but i cant find the main function
> (´ー`)
run it in a debugger and single step through it
failing that, edit every function (or at least, all the ones that seem 
like they could be the main one) to output its name to the console and 
see which one comes up first ( ´ω`)
VERY brute force, but it should work

failing that, ask the author lol ヽ(´∇`)ノ

Reference: 2024/05/14(Tue) 21:40:00

11858. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 15:54:32          
> I remember I wanted to show a friend the Gorillaz website (phase 1 era), 
> but his internet sucked so hard that we went off to do something else 
> while it loaded... only for it to still be loading when we returned liek 
> 30 mins later. Eventually we gave up (´∇`)

Back in those days, I'd load a bunch of pages at once, go eat or watch 
TV, then come back to see which ones loaded. My family had a second 
phone line for Internet (it was supposed to be just a second line, but 
it ended up being dominated by Internet use), so I could leave it just 
running like that.

if something still hadn't loaded, usually by the time you were done with 
one of the other pages, it would have

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 07:03:54

11857.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 12:58:26          
I'm gonna kinkshame everyone in internet who are into mpreg and no one can't stop me.

...and kinkshaming myself for everything.

11856.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 12:40:00          
seems oekaki.pl is kill, redirects to their deviantart page

11855. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 07:03:54          
> > There was an era where many sites were entirely contained within Flash (;^Д^)
> I don't miss that one bit. (´¬`)
> I miss Flash for a fair few reasons (the web animation scene completely 
> changed after it died out as a commonly used tool, same with web games), 
> but all-Flash sites were a pain-in-the-ass.
> You couldn't bookmark parts of it, you couldn't hit the back button, you 
> couldn't save shit from it, you had to wait for the (often slow) 
> animations, and in the mid-00s I still had dialup so I'd have to wait 
> ages for the site to load (by 09, I definitely had DSL).

I remember I wanted to show a friend the Gorillaz website (phase 1 era), 
but his internet sucked so hard that we went off to do something else 
while it loaded... only for it to still be loading when we returned liek 
30 mins later. Eventually we gave up (´∇`)

Reference: 2024/05/20(Mon) 02:03:22

11854. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 02:03:22          
> There was an era where many sites were entirely contained within Flash (;^Д^)
I don't miss that one bit. (´¬`)
I miss Flash for a fair few reasons (the web animation scene completely 
changed after it died out as a commonly used tool, same with web games), 
but all-Flash sites were a pain-in-the-ass.

You couldn't bookmark parts of it, you couldn't hit the back button, you 
couldn't save shit from it, you had to wait for the (often slow) 
animations, and in the mid-00s I still had dialup so I'd have to wait 
ages for the site to load (by 09, I definitely had DSL).

Reference: 2024/05/19(Sun) 18:30:24

11853.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 01:16:12          
amybody here havung sex??
serious question. (゚ー゚)

11852.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/20(Mon) 00:54:49          

11851. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 18:30:24          
> > JS can be handy; it's used for a number of things on the main site, but
> > everything can work fine without it. Sites shouldn't require JS to work,
> > it should be an extra like on Heyuri ヽ(´ー`)ノ
> > 15 years ago was 2009, still too late for terminal browsers to be useful
> a ton of stuff didn't need JS to merely load at all in 2009, since AJAX 
> page loading hadn't taken over the world yet (I'd say it was a lost 
> cause by 2014)
> quite a few sites would be broken to an extent, but you'd still be able 
> to browse and interact with them
> it wouldn't be a daily drive browser, but it would work

There was an era where many sites were entirely contained within Flash (;^Д^)

Reference: 2024/05/19(Sun) 18:05:52

11850. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 18:05:52          
> JS can be handy; it's used for a number of things on the main site, but
> everything can work fine without it. Sites shouldn't require JS to work,
> it should be an extra like on Heyuri ヽ(´ー`)ノ
> 15 years ago was 2009, still too late for terminal browsers to be useful

a ton of stuff didn't need JS to merely load at all in 2009, since AJAX 
page loading hadn't taken over the world yet (I'd say it was a lost 
cause by 2014)
quite a few sites would be broken to an extent, but you'd still be able 
to browse and interact with them
it wouldn't be a daily drive browser, but it would work

Reference: 2024/05/19(Sun) 13:00:34

11849. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 13:00:34          
> it's kind of messed up how this is like the one site I can use in a non
> JS browser
> at least, the one interactive website, everything else that works is
> static pages
> I'm posting from Links in the terminal. I used to be able to actually
> use Links as a "real" browser across the internet 15 years ago. Hell,
> when I was on a cruise a while back, using Links was basically required
> since the at-sea internet connection just couldn't handle anything more
> than pure text lol

JS can be handy; it's used for a number of things on the main site, but
everything can work fine without it. Sites shouldn't require JS to work,
it should be an extra like on Heyuri ヽ(´ー`)ノ
15 years ago was 2009, still too late for terminal browsers to be useful

Reference: 2024/05/19(Sun) 05:13:06

11848.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 05:13:06          
it's kind of messed up how this is like the one site I can use in a non
JS browser
at least, the one interactive website, everything else that works is
static pages

I'm posting from Links in the terminal. I used to be able to actually
use Links as a "real" browser across the internet 15 years ago. Hell,
when I was on a cruise a while back, using Links was basically required
since the at-sea internet connection just couldn't handle anything more
than pure text lol

11847. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 03:04:41          
> I have determined that for us to progress as a species, Git and Github 
> must be destroyed (;´Д`)

there are severe design flaws (lol submodules should be infinitely less
awkward to deal with than they are), but I can safely state that Git has
been a net benefit overall to Mankind as a whole

but we really do need a new VCS to arrive with the lessons learned from
Git

Reference: 2024/05/13(Mon) 07:22:12

11846. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 00:08:32          
> 3 goats walk into a yaoi cafe. goat-a goat-b and goat-c, which one gets the most attention

Goat-c

https://cgi.heyuri.net/goatse/

Reference: 2024/05/18(Sat) 23:15:02

11845. >Anonymous-san   User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/19(Sun) 00:07:39          
> under the post form, you see this line...
> >Page views since 2021/03/29: 656,743 (bulletproof level: 3)  Current participants: 3 users (within 300 seconds)  Max posts saved: 5000 posts
> ...what does bulletproof level mean? Σ(;゚Д゚)

It's to do with the page view counter - the "level" relates to how many 
simultaneous files are being used to store the counter's value

I think the idea is that when activity is high, the counter is less 
likely to drift away from the true value if more files are used (at the 
cost of performance)... but I'm not 100% sure (;^Д^)

Reference: 2024/05/18(Sat) 23:05:06

11844.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/18(Sat) 23:15:02          
3 goats walk into a yaoi cafe. goat-a goat-b and goat-c, which one gets the most attention

11843.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/18(Sat) 23:05:06          
under the post form, you see this line...
>Page views since 2021/03/29: 656,743 (bulletproof level: 3)  Current participants: 3 users (within 300 seconds)  Max posts saved: 5000 posts
...what does bulletproof level mean? Σ(;゚Д゚)

11842.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/18(Sat) 22:08:49          
That's great news!

11841.    User: Anonymous   Post date: 2024/05/18(Sat) 22:07:39          
God is real. Jesus is God's human identity! ヽ(´∇`)ノ

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