a name that contains a space, followed by a number.
Space separated parameters strike again
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@weng two reasons that I've found...
- It's not actually a Standard(tm) function
- Failure to allocate memory (e.g. trying for too much and corrupting the stack) results in undefined behaviour.
- SO STANDARDIZE SOMETHING SIMILAR.
- SO DEFINE IT WHEN YOU STANDARDIZE SOMETHING SIMILAR.
Fucking C people.
"We're working on it. Should be ready for the upcoming 2040 version of the standard" - C people
An open media container format. Supported for adaptive streaming video on devices with VP9 hardware acceleration, may be enabled on any device via an about:flags setting.
Supported in Microsoft Edge
If you just glanced at these links, you'd probably get the impression that Edge can play WebM video files just like every other fucking browser. After all, the new Microsoft is all about being cool and hip and supporting open standards, so that would make sense.
But no, read more carefully:
These are available to websites that use Media Source Extensions (MSE) to adaptively stream video content.
What the fuck? If the codec is already in the code, why not support it the normal way? It's like adding a PDF viewer in your OS, but you can only use it for files that were received through email or something.
It almost seems like they're being intentionally misleading so they can claim to support an open standard they don't actually want to support.
And at least in IE you could install third party video codecs. In Edge, you can't.
I just hope this post shows whenever anyone googles "Edge WebM support" so confused people can figure out what's going on.
@lorne-kates There used to be 2, but now it's a touchy subject.
@Lorne-Kates too soon!
Filed under: twin towers are like genders...
@PleegWat Hey, I took that code directly from the GNU libc documentation.
Or just use get_current_dir_name()
...hold up. GNU libc already has an extension to do that: you can call getcwd(NULL, 0) to do the same thing that get_current_dir_name does. Why two things that do the same thing?!
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