Reserved identifiers in C
You aren't supposed to create identifiers that match these patterns, if you're trying to write portable, future-proof C code. But you probably are. We all are.
Because these rules aren't nice, and you won't be warned that you've broken one.
Is it worth it?
Cosmopolitan C Library: "build-once run-anywhere c without devops"
Purports to create small ~40kb executables that run on Linux, Mac, Windows, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD. In the same binary.
12" cover art I did for a friend's single. Trance.
Part of an all-original, free content pack for DDR-like, released yesterday.
@neauoire I noticed the headers in the readme markdown file on sr.ht for orca don't display the code spans as intended (right is GitHub.)
Exasperated by Qt's buggy/janky built-in platform agnostic style engine, for my commercial software project ( https://cancel.fm/ripcord/ ), I wrote a new Qt style engine, Phantom, and also released it as open source: https://github.com/randrew/phantomstyle
The open source KeePassXC project has released version 2.6.0, which uses the Phantom code for their new cross-platform theme: https://keepassxc.org/blog/2020-07-07-2.6.0-released/
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.