I’m tired after a trip, so this is short and incoherent. You know how Sun used to hand out demo hardware for evals a couple of months ago? I wonder if they’d give me one to try MythTV backend on? I wonder if it would suck?
This came up in a conversation at work (believe it or not). The bikini (as in the swimsuit) is named after the French nuclear testing in the Pacific (as in bombing the living shit out of the Bikini Atoll). I have proof:
The modern bikini was invented by engineer Louis Reard in Paris in 1946 (introduced on July 5), and named after Bikini Atoll, the site of nuclear weapon tests in the Marshall Islands, on the reasoning that the burst of excitement it would cause would be like the atomic bomb.
Working on the linux.conf.au 2005 CD ROM still… Some slight tweaks to make it work nicer on Windows and MacOS of all things. This is all based on my testing, as no one else seems to care enough to have bothered to give it a try. Meh.
http://mirror.linux.org.au/linux.conf.au/2005/ if you care…
So, your code leaks and you need a technique for finding what object you’re leaking, so grab a couple of addresses at random and dump them. Chances are, they’re the object your leaking. This technique is so sexy in it’s beauty.