holy shit, voodoo people on a SID chip???? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkgcWV2U92I
For those who haven't heard of en_DK before, it's the "European English" (for want of a better description) locale.
It uses Commonwealth English (en_GB) for strings and ISO-14651-1 for collates.
Dates are in YYYY-MM-DD, time is in 24h HH:MM format, Monday is the first day of the week, comma is the decimal separator, currency is euro and standard paper size is A4.
One of things that makes 15-year-old Mac OS X on 15-year-old PowerMacintoshes still usable is Sevan's pkgsrc repository, with stuff like mc-4.8, gcc-6, python-3.6 or perl-5.26. Now it's back online!
Thanks to /prog/'s SICP meme, there are no short of anime girls with programming language books. But other topics such as infosec or electronics are completely absent, making them a bit boring. Perhaps it would be good idea to use some image processing algorithm (just call GIMP or OpenCV?) to perform the job automatically... Creating them manually is too time-consuming, as lots of hard edges are needed to be smoothed...
Yeah, I know about Hackintoshes. But I don't have time to fight with kexts and other crap, when Linux and, ironically, Windows works ootb on almost every hardware I can throw them.
I guess it's time to say sorry to Windows, because of god-damn EDA software. :<
You know, sometimes I'm considering migration to the Mac platform - a sweet spot with both real POSIX compatibility and supported commercial software.
Unfortunately, there is a big no-no for me: hardware.
Almost no expandability, which recently Apple is partially restoring with the new Mac Pro. Obviously with proprietary standards, just because.
Mac Mini? Good luck replacing RAM or SSD when it will break.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko