Design & photography
Fun and games
Popular this week
RSS and Atom feeds
Here are the headlines from my current favourite RSS feeds.
Single Page Applications using Rust
Bevy: A data-driven game engine and app framework built in Rust
How to stop procrastinating by using the Fogg Behavior Model
Mozilla lays off 250 employees while it refocuses on commercial products
TSA considers new system for flyers without ID
PerlMonks - Newest Nodes
Last hour of cb has not updated since Aug 05, 2020.
Just thought you would like to know that the
last hour of cb
has not updated since Aug 05, 2020 at 12:55 EDT. My OS is Debian 10 (Bus...
Call function no more than every 0.1 seconds
Dear gracious ones, I'm trying to write a loop that will call a function no more frequently than every 0.1 seconds. The function has an embedded API call so I can't be certain how long ...
Re^11: XS.c: loadable library and perl binaries are mismatched (got handshake key 0xc100000, needed 0xc180000)
I removed perlbrew and made certain I had no offensive environment variables before reinstalling it. After reinstallation, I loaded up cpanm and tried first an XS module I have historically...
Re: Call function no more than every 0.1 seconds
A similar problem was discussed in
The most precise second (timer)
. If you don't need to be almost precise, something like this might be good enough: #! /usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use feat...
Re: Last hour of cb has not updated since Aug 05, 2020.
Re^2: CPAN Module to determing overlap of 2 lists?
I never looked at HISTTIMEFORMAT. If I set HISTTIMEFORMAT, bash captures the time in the history file as what appears to be epoch seconds. This would definitely speed things up. ...