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It amuses me that this comic now has 244 comments on the Linux subreddit.
Beautiful. = D
Flumble wrote:-m specify an ampersand-seperated list of modules to load instead of the default POSIX libraries. These may be either shared objects or packages from pip. Requires python 2.7.11 in /home/steve/python-2.7.6/src/newtemp/bin. //FIXME -m should use the default python installation
Beautiful. = D
So much depends upon a red wheel barrow (>= XXII) but it is not going to be installed.
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Copper Bezel wrote:It amuses me that this comic now has 244 comments on the Linux subreddit.
I particularly enjoyed the observation that "less --help" is apparently less than helpful, whilst also being ten pages long...
rmsgrey wrote:kodiac wrote:rmsgrey wrote:kodiac wrote:ThemePark wrote:-A Starts an argument between the arguments.
That's not an argument! They're just contradicting each other.
An argument can be just contradiction.
In case you weren't aware, I was paraphrasing part of a sketch from Monty Python's Flying Circus.
And I was paraphrasing the response.
And I was too dumb (or my memory of the sketch is too poor) to have realised.
@ps.02 - fair call.
Bounty wrote:kodiac wrote:Undocumented behaviour:
-e -i -e -i -o
causes the computer to sing, unless -q is also used.
I just tried this with the -q switch. Is that really the best ASCII Art Bacon the developers were able to create?
You got bacon? Mine looks like beef steak, which I suspect may have been blue (i.e. still mooing).
So had anyone here actually heard of ANSEL before reading this comic? (I might not even have gotten to the wikipedia page if not for explainxkcd; the search results are swamped by some nvidia widget.)
Jorpho wrote:So had anyone here actually heard of ANSEL before reading this comic? (I might not even have gotten to the wikipedia page if not for explainxkcd; the search results are swamped by some nvidia widget.)
You mean not this Ansel?
higgs-boson wrote:YellowYeti wrote:dms33 wrote:Reecer6 wrote:thunk wrote:Sadly, no option for the Coptic papacy.
Seriously, I understand it's the standard to assume users are operating under Roman Catholicism, but to not even provide the option to set the ruling church to even Eastern Orthodox? I have numerous test samples I need to run under each and every Patriarch, and now I have to extend the library myself to do so.
It also needs to be extended to allow the options "none" (for Protestants) and "undefined" (for non christians for whom a definition of true pope is not applicable).
and 'antichrist' for hardline Paisleyist Protestants?
... and page numbers, at least if running with -V 1190
Bug report: for 1409-1415 support, -p needs to accept option "PISA".
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