There will always be countless articles and boring-ass people objecting to anyone making a new language without "an excellent reason" or it "solving a new problem" or whatever irrelevant argument.
I like playing around with what people make, especially when it is early in a process. That way I have a chance of following the code, and I can learn how things are done.
Also, more people should be enpowered to make things for themselves instead of interrogated about how they spend their time.
Sorry for the word salad, english is not my forte
Anyone has a good recommendation to read about Intermediate Representations? I'm reading Modern Compiler Implementation by Appel and while he dedicates an entire chapter to the subject he gives a "solution" to the problem without providing much rationale behind his decisions other than "This resembles the machine" which, fair enough it really does but I would like to read about how would one go about finding that representation.
Alarmante implementación de sistemas de Reconocimiento Facial en CABA
So my <brand> printer autoupdated it's firmware and now it won't recognize third party cartridges, the brand doesn't even sell the cartridges I need and after calling them they said "they are sorry but there is nothing we can do" soooo I tried searching an old firmware installer and I managed to find nothing.
The only thing I was able to find was a ROM dump (2 files) of the version I need but I also haven't been able to find the email of the person who published it so I'm not able to ask him how he got it and how I would go about with flashing my printer.
So I've arrived to this:
The firmware installer is a .exe with the zipped ROM (1 file) inside of the executable. My idea is to try and replace the ROM inside of the exe with the ROM I downloaded.
Now there are a few issues with this:
1. I have to go from 2 files -> 1 files. The ROMs follow a pattern of 2.6 linux kernel -> files -> jpg -> stuffit file (no clue what that is). I don't know if I can just concatenate the download ROM and i'll be good or I'll mess up.
2. I don't know if the ROM I downloaded won't brick my printer.
3. I have never done anything like this so I have 0 experience.
Any help would be appreciated.
Had my second class, there were winds of about 12 nudos (knots I believe is the english word).
I didn't even know normal sailboats could go that fast, lots of fun.
Also you can see in the bottom a finger mark from when I applied the iron oxide.
masto instance for the tildeverse