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  • Re: Eclipse is broken (but we knew that)

    [quote user="Mcoder"] [quote user="mt@ilovefactory.com"]If you don't want eclipse to cache things from disk, just enable the setting which force eclipse to always check if a file have changed on disk before accessing the cached version.[/quote] 1 - How does that make eclipse stop caching things? [/quote]  Sorry, it ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 01-19-2014
  • Re: Eclipse is broken (but we knew that)

    [quote user="dkf"] and the way it caches stuff in mysterious ways instead of just loading it off disk when needed is very close to the centre of the WTF. (Either that or maybe the way it screws with the class loader system, which is outright scary.)[/quote]  If you don't want eclipse to cache things from disk, just enable the ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 01-19-2014
  • Why would the ta need to run the code?

    It might be because i went to an univercity with focus on theory, but why would the grader need to run the software at all? I meen it's a a data structure course, so in order to do any usefull grading he would need to read the source code. What possible information could you get from running the software? Oh, And I do think that eclipse+cdt ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 01-15-2014
  • Re: autoboxing

    [quote user="dkf"] The real problem is that the equality operations on both Integer and Long don't make the values the same. I usually consider any autoboxing to be a bit of a code smell, though there are places where it is totally necessary (e.g., method calls that take a variable number of arguments).[/quote]  But having ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 08-06-2013
  • Re: Recursive Java Installer

    [quote user="fire2k"]  Gratulations, you are now security maintainer of a version of java. We hope you handle this gracefully and responsibly. And now do go celebrate. [/quote]  But that is no risk. Since the java is not installed(Just copied to the same folder as the program) it don't interact with any browsers or ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 08-03-2013
  • Re: Recursive Java Installer

     [quote user="OldCrow"]  A friend of mine says that he ships a version of JRE with all his software. Not an installer, but bare binary files in a subfolder of the program's installation folder. It works, he says... [/quote] That does work perfectly, and it was what our company did, back when we released Windows ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 08-03-2013
  • Re: An open MySQL bug now has a birthday cake

    [quote user="daveime"]Anyone relying on a query optimizer is the kind of person who does full table SELECTs over multiple LEFT JOIN tables, and really has no business being anywhere near a database. [/quote]  You will have to explain that one. What are the alternative to relaying on the query optimizer? Do you expect me to do all ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 06-30-2013
  • Re: An open MySQL bug now has a birthday cake

    [quote user="morbiuswilters"]Oh, and don't get me started on "vacuuming". Did they ever fix that shit or do you still have to take down your entire fucking database for 8 hours a week to do a full vacuum? How is that even an option? It would be like me selling someone a car on the condition that every 15 miles they drive, ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 06-29-2013
  • Re: mongo-java-driver exception handling: At least look at what it does

    The fact that most other posters got the effect of that line wrong, tell you why you should not write that code. Lets look at it:  (!((_ok) ? true : (Math.random() > 0.1)))The () around _ok, is confusing so let's remove them. That gives us:if(!(_ok ? true : (Math.random() > 0.1))) which is easy to parse.The statement in () is true ...
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 05-30-2013
  • Re: Quick Firefox bug

    The EVERYTHING in "delete EVERYTHING" is the timeframe(How ond things shold be keept). There should be checkboxes in the requester which allows you to control exactly what to delete. (A really cool feature).  
    Posted to "Side Bar" WTF (Forum) by mt@ilovefactory.com on 05-27-2013
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