Todd Sundsted
Better dead than bored.
馃寧Sector 001

Started working on some tiny #ktistec end-user hacks:

For now only a user #CSS theme i dupped "purple-ish":

Maybe more to come in the future. Or not, we'll see :)

for reasons i don't understand, some restarts of epiktistes result in huge memory usage spikes鈥攔eported both by the garbage collector and the operating system. what's interesting is heap size and free memory move roughly in tandem (though the difference isn't constant), which implies that there is free memory, but perhaps it's too fragmented to be useful?

daily charts of memory, traffic, and server restarts for epiktistes

a restart typically fixes the problem...

#ktistec #crystallang

pine trees, looking upward

the outdoors!

heck yeah! too bad i need to support those older versions!

"tweaking the query planner is no longer necessary"

link: Checklist For Avoiding Or Fixing Query Planner Problems

#sqlite #ktistec

@lindsay testing... i received your follow from gts to ktistec...

ktistec is fast but i'm thinking about making the responses to obvious vulnerability scans artificially sloooow... (opt-in, of course.)


#crystallang developers鈥 what can you count on being safe to access during a call to #finalize?

i have some class-level state that i鈥檇 like to modify via a class variable but even reading values via that variable seems to cause problems that eventually lead to crashes later in the program. (typically index out of bounds during some later garbage collection run.)

sometimes, while traveling, i end up someplace with really poor internet connectivity, and i realize then how useless a lot of the web is...

i'm getting some clicking noise from the 3d printer. probably time to read the manual...


manhattanhenge looking west along 14th street, at ave c

i caught the last minutes of #manhattanhenge tonight while walking doggo...