You know, I wish compilers had a super strict warning compiler flag, I know there's -Wall, but it doesn't actually turn on all warnings oddly enough.

C could probably be almost as safe as memory-safe languages if the programmer didn't have to pass 30 different warning flags, link with ASAN and UBsan, pass mysterious -f compiler flags, pass odd macro flags like _D_FORTIFY_SOURCE, etc.

Finally, a sensible take on and that isn't just "me tribe good, you tribe bad."

For anyone who does a lot of and stuff and wants to make sure your stuff works across , , and . This is a really useful site:

Everything here is almost guaranteed to be on every system

So... I may have fallen in love with the system lol

Got basic tabbing working on that browser i'm making.

New blogpost, it's about how I became a user, and how i've been using it for more than a year now lol

I wish more of the flavors had the /dev/disk/by-id that had. It gives me more peace of mind i'm copying something to the right device lol

v2.1 of my script has been released. Now you can make it so the script won't open a console window, includes a few more utilities, and now includes a variable $SH2EXE_ARGV0 to get an $0-like variable. Useful for the one liner cd $(dirname $SH2EXE_ARGV0) || exit 1

Welp, after a few days. I'd say my project is complete! Come check it out!

So, I'm working on a project for , called sh2exe.

Basically, it'll let you distribute an executable that can run a standard shell script, with the capabilities of GNU Coreutils. The idea, is that this will lower the bar for entry to port a program over from -likes to Windows. The shell I chose ended up being the portable OpenBSD Korn Shell =). And the reason I chose GNU Coreutils is because i'm familiar with it, it's pretty small, and just works for the most part =P

So far, once that exe is made, it's only 1 megabyte in size!

So, I think i've come up with a good new name for my project: (POsix Continuous Integration Daemon). Pronounced: Paw-kid.

What do you guys think? Please boost as I want a range of opinions on this!

Link if your curious of the project:

I'm thinking about renaming my project to pcid short for POSIX Continuous Integration Daemon...

(Project URL if you're curious: