Pete's Log: dramatic readings of codeEntry #439, Wed, September 13, 2000, 19:18 EST (Coding, Hacking, & CS stuff)
(posted when I was 22 years old.)
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/DeCSS/Gallery/ ... wow, it amazes the formats that people have thought up for spreading the decss source code. I listened to the "dramatic reading" of the source and was quite amused. and impressed by the patience of whoever read that. perhaps dramatic readings of code will catch on as an art form... probably not, tho.
The shell has come alive. It's amazing how well progress goes when you sit down and actually code. I have gotten most of the builtins working (and, in the tradition started by dan diemer and i in our forth interpreter for programming languages, added a "segfault" shell builtin), basic command execution, and i don't know what else... right now i'm being frustrated by the parser Freeh gave us and am still considering writing my own... but it's probably not worth my while...
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