Lazy Reading for 2012/06/10

I got to use the ‘roguelike’ tag again this week, which always makes me happy.  Surprisingly, it’s not about… that roguelike.

Your unrelated link of the week: I happen to work at a salt mining operation, which leads to some unique problems (more).  Mining in the US is regulated by MSHA, which has been cracking down since the Upper Big Branch incident. MSHA issues  ‘fatalgrams‘ every time a miner dies.  MSHA also shows up on site as soon as possible, which means they are there taking pictures within a few minutes, with equipment still running.  It’s essentially crime scene photos, and a little worrying; many of the deaths are of people around my age with similar experience.

3 Replies to “Lazy Reading for 2012/06/10”

  1. Fish does not compile :-(
    On dfly-2.10, I have:

    g++ function.o builtin.o complete.o env.o exec.o expand.o highlight.o history.o kill.o parser.o proc.o reader.o sanity.o tokenizer.o wildcard.o wgetopt.o wutil.o input.o output.o intern.o env_universal.o env_universal_common.o input_common.o event.o signal.o io.o parse_util.o common.o screen.o path.o autoload.o parser_keywords.o iothread.o builtin_scripts.o color.o postfork.o builtin_test.o fish.o -L/usr/pkg/lib/ -R/usr/pkg/lib/ -lintl -lm -lncurses -lpthread -rdynamic -o fish
    builtin.o: In function `builtin_source(parser_t&, wchar_t**)’:
    builtin.cpp:(.text+0x9de4): undefined reference to `wrealpath(std::basic_string<wchar_t, std::char_traits, std::allocator > const&, wchar_t*)’
    fish.o: In function `main’:
    fish.cpp:(.text+0x972): undefined reference to `wrealpath(std::basic_string<wchar_t, std::char_traits, std::allocator > const&, wchar_t*)’
    *** Error code 1

  2. I’ve got it running on dfly 3.a-development.

    I’ve took fish-1.23.1.tar.gz and compiled it without xsel (–without-xsel)

    My problems were linked to the Gitorious version.

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