Sunday, July 4, 2010

Log 070410

The unserialization code works, for as far as I tested it on some primitive types and lists of those. I went for a full compile for change, which is a day long wait.

How many mistakes can you make in reading silly stuff, or implementing a straightforward API for that? The basic primitives for a reader are look, skip, and possibly, is_end; everything else is easily derivable from that. When interfacing with C what do I find: get, unget (limited to one char), fget, but no funget, and a bunch of other silly stuff. Now, I should have been more careful implementing the unserialization code, but man...

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