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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day, with a few words on homework assigning
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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day, with a few words on homework assigning
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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day, with a few words on homework assigning
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2:34Review the off-stream work on #line directive generation in terms of forward-declarations, and general cleanliness
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2:34Review the off-stream work on #line directive generation in terms of forward-declarations, and general cleanliness
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2:34Review the off-stream work on #line directive generation in terms of forward-declarations, and general cleanliness
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8:07Review the fix in the C code generation of Ion's implicitly sized arrays
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8:07Review the fix in the C code generation of Ion's implicitly sized arrays
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8:07Review the fix in the C code generation of Ion's implicitly sized arrays
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10:08Review the introduction of Ion's switch case comma-notation
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10:08Review the introduction of Ion's switch case comma-notation
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10:08Review the introduction of Ion's switch case comma-notation
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10:51Review Ion's compound initialising with casting
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10:51Review Ion's compound initialising with casting
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10:51Review Ion's compound initialising with casting
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13:24Demo breaking into and stepping through Ion code and asm, with a note on the utility of our use of the #line directive thanks to Ion's similarity to C
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13:24Demo breaking into and stepping through Ion code and asm, with a note on the utility of our use of the #line directive thanks to Ion's similarity to C
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13:24Demo breaking into and stepping through Ion code and asm, with a note on the utility of our use of the #line directive thanks to Ion's similarity to C
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18:48Demo profiling Ion code
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18:48Demo profiling Ion code
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18:48Demo profiling Ion code
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22:07Q&A
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22:07Q&A
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22:07Q&A
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22:52synchronizerman Then what does [#line] actually do?
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22:52synchronizerman Then what does [#line] actually do?
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22:52synchronizerman Then what does [#line] actually do?
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26:08captainkraft pervognsen I know that Nim has issues with debugging tools. They also compile down to C. Any idea why they can't take advantage of current tools like Ion does?
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26:08captainkraft pervognsen I know that Nim has issues with debugging tools. They also compile down to C. Any idea why they can't take advantage of current tools like Ion does?
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26:08captainkraft pervognsen I know that Nim has issues with debugging tools. They also compile down to C. Any idea why they can't take advantage of current tools like Ion does?
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29:04Set up to fill in the rest of the type system
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29:04Set up to fill in the rest of the type system
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29:04Set up to fill in the rest of the type system
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31:44Point out where to find the C11 standard1
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31:44Point out where to find the C11 standard1
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31:44Point out where to find the C11 standard1
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32:53A few words on learning C via DikuMUD2 and K&R3
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32:53A few words on learning C via DikuMUD2 and K&R3
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32:53A few words on learning C via DikuMUD2 and K&R3
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35:28Integer promotions4
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35:28Integer promotions4
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35:28Integer promotions4
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1:00:42Usual arithmetic conversions5
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1:00:42Usual arithmetic conversions5
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1:00:42Usual arithmetic conversions5
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1:11:38Seek advice on triggering the final operand promotion case under 6.3.1.8 Usual arithmetic conversions6
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1:11:38Seek advice on triggering the final operand promotion case under 6.3.1.8 Usual arithmetic conversions6
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1:11:38Seek advice on triggering the final operand promotion case under 6.3.1.8 Usual arithmetic conversions6
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1:13:01Augment our TypeKind struct with all, except long double, of C's builtin types
1:13:01Augment our TypeKind struct with all, except long double, of C's builtin types
1:13:01Augment our TypeKind struct with all, except long double, of C's builtin types
1:16:38Introduce promote_operand(), Val union and operand_const(), and enable the resolver to handle our new type representation
1:16:38Introduce promote_operand(), Val union and operand_const(), and enable the resolver to handle our new type representation
1:16:38Introduce promote_operand(), Val union and operand_const(), and enable the resolver to handle our new type representation
1:26:57thebuzzsaw Is there a public repo for what he's working on?7
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1:26:57thebuzzsaw Is there a public repo for what he's working on?7
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1:26:57thebuzzsaw Is there a public repo for what he's working on?7
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1:27:12Continue to enable the resolver to handle our new type representation, and to perform operand promotion
1:27:12Continue to enable the resolver to handle our new type representation, and to perform operand promotion
1:27:12Continue to enable the resolver to handle our new type representation, and to perform operand promotion
1:38:31Run it and hit an assert somewhere
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1:38:31Run it and hit an assert somewhere
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1:38:31Run it and hit an assert somewhere
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1:39:02Make resolve_typespec call fatal_error() emitting the line position in the TYPESPEC_ARRAY case
1:39:02Make resolve_typespec call fatal_error() emitting the line position in the TYPESPEC_ARRAY case
1:39:02Make resolve_typespec call fatal_error() emitting the line position in the TYPESPEC_ARRAY case
1:39:45Run it to see that the assert fires on line 1
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1:39:45Run it to see that the assert fires on line 1
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1:39:45Run it to see that the assert fires on line 1
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1:39:59Temporarily change sizeof to use type int
1:39:59Temporarily change sizeof to use type int
1:39:59Temporarily change sizeof to use type int
1:40:13Run it to find that it actually works
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1:40:13Run it to find that it actually works
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1:40:13Run it to find that it actually works
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1:40:30Q&A
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1:40:30Q&A
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1:40:30Q&A
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1:40:48ws_ubi I would like to understand why from language syntax design not everything is like LISP and then you write macros on top of the language if you want to create a "nicer syntax" but the core is simpler, no?8,9
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1:40:48ws_ubi I would like to understand why from language syntax design not everything is like LISP and then you write macros on top of the language if you want to create a "nicer syntax" but the core is simpler, no?8,9
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1:40:48ws_ubi I would like to understand why from language syntax design not everything is like LISP and then you write macros on top of the language if you want to create a "nicer syntax" but the core is simpler, no?8,9
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1:44:30sergej_reich pervognsen At least on 64-bit Linux: sizeof(long) == 8. I think that's true for most other Unix-like systems
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1:44:30sergej_reich pervognsen At least on 64-bit Linux: sizeof(long) == 8. I think that's true for most other Unix-like systems
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1:44:30sergej_reich pervognsen At least on 64-bit Linux: sizeof(long) == 8. I think that's true for most other Unix-like systems
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1:45:54dahlajn Is the plan to port over the compiler itself to Ion once it can bootstrap itself?
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1:45:54dahlajn Is the plan to port over the compiler itself to Ion once it can bootstrap itself?
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1:45:54dahlajn Is the plan to port over the compiler itself to Ion once it can bootstrap itself?
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1:47:17jprzemieniecki pervognsen What is the reason to have the long type in Ion anyway?
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1:47:17jprzemieniecki pervognsen What is the reason to have the long type in Ion anyway?
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1:47:17jprzemieniecki pervognsen What is the reason to have the long type in Ion anyway?
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1:48:56Stop recording
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1:48:56Stop recording
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1:48:56Stop recording
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