doing a bit of website development. going to write a c program to make pages next.
@neauoire im guessing it's because the rings aren't full circles. they are each 4 bezier curves and it seems to be jumping between them. it works on the linux netsurf though :/
@spk for most of them, the left window is drawterm connected to my 9front servers, and the right window is just firefox. the post where i complain about netsurf breaking my svg is all 9front.
@foura I was partly curious because I was fairly sure that was Firefox in the right window :) drawterm + FF on OpenBSD?
@spk not openbsd sadly :( on linux mint atm because of software i needed. i need to reinstall openbsd.
@foura Does it just generate the web pages and then exit? If so why do you need to free memory? Just let the kernel do it when the program exits ;p
@foura It's a legitimate memory management strategy! I was talking about it earlier with some others. malloc() is memory safe but free() is when things start to go wrong, plus it's faster this way (unless you start swapping, which I assume this is simple enough not to).
@foura never had much use for plan 9 but liked the ideas behind it. I've written much code with acme though
"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