That said, it feels like, before Charlottesville, it was hard to convince people neo-nazis are really out there.
I've known a few IRL. I actually grew up not too far from a notorious den of them (or at least where an infamous leader sort of guy did). But even so, you didn't really see them. So my thoughts on them have been that, yes, they definitely exist but they are pretty small and best left to have their little meetings and parades. My impression has always been that they are basically unsuccessful at life and take out their resentments with anger and a fantasy that their superior traits have been nefariously suppressed and will be rampantly obvious Any Day Now.
Plonk is a Usenet jargon term for adding a particular poster to one's kill file so that poster's future postings are completely ignored. It was first used in 1989, and by 1994 was a commonly used term on Usenet. To publicly repudiate a poster, it is added to one's reply or is simply used as the entire, one-word reply. It is also used as a verb, as in: "I plonked that idiot". The word is an example of onomatopoeia, intended to humorously represent the metaphorical sound of the plonked user hitting the bottom of the kill file (imagined perhaps as a bit bucket).
Happened quite frequently on alt.sysadmin.recovery when it was actually busy, normally used when idiots found out how exactly to wave the chicken to allow them to post.
I have 2 echos and 1 echo dot. I use them mostly for alarm, weather, music and giving timeouts to the kids (works surprisingly well), setting cooking timers, controlling the a/c, controlling the lights, asking for measurements when cooking and playing around with app development
I've used Google Assistant a few times and was frankly surprised when it was able to navigate me home.
This is one thing that's bugged me about Android. The functionality for app data to migrate is there (if you look in Settings, Backup and Restore, there's an option for it) but developers apparently don't bother to use it.
IIRC, there's two reasons I can think of: up until Android N you had to write a bunch of support for it in your app, and your application is only allowed ~25 KB of space on the server.
No, because the current behavior of allowing inexhaustive switches is also good. We need something. Maybe just a symbol like *.
You can add an empty default branch.
If you already have a non-empty default branch, then it's either already doing what you want done in the new "non-exhausted" cases, or it isn't and you need to add new empty branches for these cases anyway.
Or... I'm posting late at night, missing something, and will regret this tomorrow.
Why should I have to type case _: break; no matter what? This isn't Rust. Safety should be the extra work, not unsafety.
This version just fixes some bugs and updates translations. In particular, it fixes a long standing bug that, on Windows, files with non-Latin characters in the name or path can not be opened or saved.
May 3, 2017
Oh good, it only took them 5 years to fix the bug "can't open files on Windows." THAT BODES WELL.
EDIT: BTW that fix came ages after they released a Chinese localization. Figure that one out. "If you're Chinese, you can use our software. BUT ONLY THE UI! You can't open any of your files! You aren't ready for that."
A few of the DAM programs I looked at a while ago had that same issue. What in the world are these programs doing such that they have trouble with mixed language filenames?