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r/ProgrammerHumor - Comment by u/IlonggoProgrammer on ”haha possible duplicate go brrrr”

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A lot of people like to complain that linux software stores are terrible

I say be thankful they are not the Microsoft Store

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Conventional wisdom: "If you ain't broke, don't fix that."
Me: "My bank balance has too many digits. I should do something about that..."

Well, measure thrice and cut once. I have a good idea, but I should rewrite a part of the code. And it came up at the end of the workday.

The current task of the build system is using IP cores. I should get an easy way to add a new core to the build system. The making Kconfig of an IP core should have simple rules for a developer. On the other hand, parsing the configuration should not create difficulties. And I should not forget about the dependencies between the cores.

Thriving in a crowded and changing world: C++ 2006–2020.
Author: Bjarne Stroustrup

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A synthetic view of the Linux performance tools by Brendan Gregg.

Link below is for the SVG version so you can zoom in your browser :

#Linux #Performance #Monitoring

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Just a few more days and the vacation is over.

The last working day. I go on vacation from Monday.
I should get some rest from work. But another side that I want to end my project of the build system. Well, I'll be spending some time on it.

The build system must know about the libraries used in the Vitis project. Well, I had to learn about the MLD format. And I created a parser for making Kconfig files based on it. As the parser library, I have chosen pyparsing. The parser module code is not very clear yet as I want. But I'm working on it)

The next stage is using the IP cores in the Vivado project and build it all together.

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- Dad, how to write an eight?
- Like "infinity," rotated on half of pi.

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