Found a handy #CommonLisp utility "Quicksearch" to search for libraries across Quicklisp, Github and Cliki (Bitbucket support is broken for now) .
Just (ql:quickload 'quicksearch) and then for example search for "AVL" with (qs:? "AVL" :du). By default it just prints project name. :du works just like -du on CLI, It enables printing short-description and URL with the project name.
I'm reviewing my players' character creation worksheets in preparation for restarting our campaign ("A Company of Scoundrels" 😉) in 2021, and I'd like to go back and workshop the phase trio with some of them to get a better read on their characters' backgrounds and motivations.
We were all new to the system and some of us were new to role playing when we did this orginally, back in the before times of October 2019.
I wonder if this is a good idea or not... 🤔
"seconds and seconds" ≅ 6 secs
I've completed "Shuttle Search" - Day 13 - Advent of Code 2020 #AdventOfCode
Sometimes the hardest part is figuring out what to search for then figuring out how it applies. My naïve solution worked on sample data, but who knows how long it would have taken to resolve the real problem...?
I just completed "Handheld Halting" - Day 8 - Advent of Code 2020 #AdventOfCode
I tried revising the program on the fly with backtracking, but didn't get it to give the correct result. Just iterating over the possible solutions was plenty fast enough.
Was there a clever approach I missed?
Applied semiotician. Lisp, Clojure, C++, FOSS, software engineering and development, teams, leadership, cocktails, cycling. Fights for the users. [he/his]
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