Peano numbers in Rust's type system, though they don't take it terribly far.
“So what d'you do anyways?”
“Y'know those shadows that you see jus’ outside the light of your lanterns when you’re out roughin’ it in the desert? I hunt them. I hunt the nightmares.”
“‘Cause I know how t'be ‘em. Makes 'em easier to find.”
ggez 0.4.1 released! https://www.reddit.com/r/rust_gamedev/comments/84i9og/ggez_041_released/
Everything works! Quick, gotta publish it before I heck it up somehow!
It's really embarrassing when you can't figure out how to fix an example in your own game library.
In my defense, I didn't write the example...
Not sure why I'm here, since it's never significantly made me happier before.
time space continuum
y u gotta do dis
Oh also, I've been working on terminal crate that I've written with rust using just opengl, png crate and my sfl_parser (which I just posted about)
Not 100% sure why it runs at such a low FPS currently, but there's still a lot of optimization to be done anyways.
I think it's pretty cool. I'll publish it in a bit, but for now it's on my private git.
still hate everything
"The world now has 2,043 billionaires, after a new one emerged every two days in the past year, the nonprofit organization said in a report published Monday. The group of mostly men saw its wealth surge by $762 billion, which is enough money to end extreme poverty seven times over, according to Oxfam."
Yup, the market is definitely the most efficient way to allocate resources. Totally. Without a doubt. Absolutely THE FUCKING BEST way.
it may be that the purpose of my life is to serve as a warning to others.
I got a new laptop bag and I love having functional a zipper. The old one has been annoying me for years now, and it finally broke down completely.
Note to self: if you have the means, buy quality products when buying products you use every day.
Science reveals the secret to extreme wealth: SHEER DUMB LUCK.
“The results are something of an eye-opener. Their simulations accurately reproduce the wealth distribution in the real world. But the wealthiest individuals are not the most talented (although they must have a certain level of talent). They are the luckiest. And this has significant implications for the way societies can optimize the returns they get for investments in everything from business to science.”