Over a year since I've publically released the source code
and some else
is now using the
broke down (or rather, our current society broke him down) and he now has an
online journal for
which to vent.
I will admit the install process is a bit on the rough side (but then again,
I haven't had much feedback on actually using the software and I
know the quirks too well to actually remember them to consciously remember
them) and I have cleaned up the code a bit (fixed one small bug that only
happened if you had fewer than seven days worth of entries, and replacing calls to access()
with stat() since it was stat() I should have used in the
And now, I finally get to bug Mark about when he's going to make his next
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