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As XCode seems to have forgotten what

2022-12-07 19:10:01.79295+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

As XCode seems to have forgotten what file is loaded for selecting "Counterparts", I provisioned a Linux laptop yesterday for some personal coding projects (gotta get SquareDesk on that platform again). And, sure, the command-line can feel clunky sometimes, and Ubuntu (because they got most of the Surface power management right) adds a lot of cruft, but so much stuff on Linux development *just* *works*, where on the Mac it's a royal pain of trying to figure out what crapped itself now.

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#Comment Re: As XCode seems to have forgotten what made: 2022-12-07 19:47:10.027617+01 by: markd

I blame Xcode. I live most of the day in good old emacs. Doing adventOfCode in plain C++ this year (ooh hurt me, beat me, make me [[nodiscard]] constexpr const noexcept const const const), far far away from Xcode, and I've been enjoying programming again.

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