OH i understand why im getting that type error now, mmmmmmmmmmmmnng,
...yup, vtables STILL get in the way, i really don't want to break out an Rc<RefCell<_>> aaaaaaaaaa
this still might not work for a.......... few reasons......... but................. mmnghh........................
to be FAIR i have not done that much traits stuff in rust!!!!!!! i've always just used the generic parameters and the only way i've seen people do trait objects is with the Box<dyn Trait> pattern!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i just thought it was really hard to do anything with traits in rust!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
me, trying to figure out how trait objects work in rust:
the rust book traits chapter, which i didn't think of rereading bc i thought i knew the stuff in it already:
[folding my hands together] so who was going to tell me that impl Trait syntax was a thing in parameters or was i supposed to find that out reading lecture notes myself https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/ch10-02-traits.html#traits-as-parameters
@petrichor my guesses would be haer or haes, like their and his respectively, but youd probably be better off asking directly :)
ssh tech mystery, help?
For a few months now, when I ssh to one particular machine from Win10 via Putty or WinSCP, after entering valid credentials I get this error: "remote side unexpectedly closed network connection." For Putty, this happens on stable 0.74, the current dev snapshot, and even an older version, 0.60. WinSCP is the latest stable version.
When I ssh from the same machine, booted into linux, it works fine.
I found only unanswered support threads googling for the error message.
“The term ‘diversity’ has been understood as a replacement term, taking the place of earlier terms such as ‘equal opportunities’ or ‘antiracism’... There is a great deal of suspicion within [the HE sector] that the term ‘diversity’ is an import... critics suggest that the increasing use of the language of diversity reflects the spread of of a US managerial discourse... diversity can be used as a way of making the university into a marketplace.”
- Sarah Ahmed, “On Being Included” (2010)
the rust programming language 🤝 19th century american literature, probably
being obsessed with ownership
but how easy and how hopeless to teach these fine things!
chinese american undergrad studying literature + videogames/computers, they/them.
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