So I decided I would code along however I would refactor the code with the best of my ability do it in a modern C++ fashion as well.
Hell even a partly just good C++98 practices, using RAII for starters and also standard container if possible due to working with a C API like OpenGL.
Now I'll push each lesson I've completed to my GitLab repo: https://rb.gy/fbt9mu
I got this video series/tutorial in a recent humblebundle: https://rb.gy/gcywcf
And this seemed like a good testing candidate of my NAS, so I downloaded the zip and extracted it to my NAS mount point. So far so good.
Then I started watching the videos on my phone with VLC, and the C++ style the instructor was using infuriated me. Within the basic setup the instructor "leaked" the gui teardown after just a few lines before "ensuring" it was cleaned up before exit. https://rb.gy/5nzbc9
Booping around in Code Vein co-op on #Linux with Pedro.
Thanks wd now I have this to worry about with my NAS, red's were supposed to be what you use in one's RAID to get better and more storage.
Well the brightside, at least it's not 4 4TB Red efax drives in my FreeNAS mini
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started porting Lithtech game engine to linux
building shell for hdfs.
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