Didn’t knew DDG is crediting Peppermint OS when searching for it

A bit weird that the build system configuration takes sometimes longer than the compilation itself

R.I.P
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RT @Feren_OS@twitter.activitypub.actor
It's with great sadness that our friends at Peppermint have announced the death of PCNetSpec, aka Mark Greaves. My thoughts are with the family and IRL friends of Mark as they come to terms with his death.
He was a great chap to be with in the community 💔
forum.peppermintos.com/index.p
twitter.com/Feren_OS/status/12

[wip] build: Switch from C++11 to C++17
github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pul

Already awesome work by @practicalswift@twitter.com! The end of boost::filesystem is near! 😁

The new FF vulnerability makes me thing about running it sandboxed or as another user

is anyone still using the binaries for 32-bit x86 linux?
if you do, please let us know—the current idea is to phase them out in the not-so-distant future

github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/iss
lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipe

Tor Browser 9.0.4 is out now.

This release fixes a critical security issue in Firefox: CVE-2019-17026. blog.torproject.org/new-releas

@orionwl But why they even follow me then? I already lost (I believe 2) followers only because of the fact that I crosspost

Why are so many in the fediverse against crossposting?
Why does the source of origin matter? The content matters!

Nothing is more unsatisfying than a change in an important header file so that nearly the entire codebase is getting recompiled :/

(Working on bitcoin/src/util/system.h)

You shouldn't know any of your passwords for the services you use. Passwords you can't remember are the most secured ones

I honestly find the Bitcoin Core ArgsManager Class really useful! IMO it's much easier to work with it then with for example boost::program_options

Thinking about porting it to a standalone library...

The Rust loop "loop" is pretty cool. Wish other languages had such a smooth way to create endless loops

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