Nathan Hwang

Macros and Continuations

I get scheme continuations and macros. Kind of, not quite enough to get the involved examples that abound, but I can probably follow them now. And I got a timbuk2 bag; it’s a bit big, but more volume can’t be bad. Anyways, still casting about for a name of sorts. Rawr on homework.

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New Projects

Since I haven’t had any complaints about my last release yet, I’ve been thinking about my next project. More than a few of my REU prospects have fallen through, so I’m going to need to make everything count. I can either: Mash up that registration system I’ve been dreaming about. Put together that differential equations […]

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Set Version 2

So, I’ve decided to not go with the more traditional major.minor.fix versioning, especially since I don’t ever expect to have more than a few versions on this. Hence, version 2, a mostly bugfix release so that it actually works. Once again, here’s the source, and a binary. Once again, grab the binary if ‘wxpython’ fails […]

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Squishing bugs

So, squished another bug, for my non-existent git followers. Also, determined that using scheme for my program of insanity is not going to be the easiest thing in the world, not to mention I haven’t done any speed tests (now I check the computer language shootout…) and scheme is a bit slow for intensive computation […]

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Work on set

So I think I squashed a good number of bugs, at least in the git repo version that I had on the server (if you wanna get the git sources, just clone git://jakv.no-ip.org/git/set . And tell me how that goes). So, when I have more time, I’ll make up a binary release and test that […]

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