cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake | IRC logs: and | Matti: I made a bit of progress, the tests now only segfault towards the end
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<fijal> mattip: do you feel like helping me with installing VS? I'm kinda at loss
<mattip> sure
<fijal> I'll send you a screenshot on whatsapp
<fijal> (or a photo *cough*)
<mattip> vs2015 is no longer supported, and neither is 2017. Can you use 2019?
<fijal> allegedly no
<mattip> you may have to download a newer installer?
<fijal> I kinda tried
<fijal> which ones of those?
<fijal> there is a lot of options
<fijal> mattip: I'm trying to get unreal engine 4.18 to work and it seems to require 2015
<mattip> according to this you can use visual studio code, or even visual studo 2017 as an editor
<fijal> it crashes with an error that needs this
<fijal> there is also some usage of templates that does not work on 2017
<fijal> (in this particular project)
<mattip> hmm. So there are two installers for visual studio 2015 in the first link, "Visual Studio Community 2015 with Update 3" or "Visual Studio 2015 Update 3"
<fijal> I tried both
<fijal> explodes with same errors
<mattip> ok, I will try one of them
<fijal> the 600m and 6G ones
<mattip> gahh, I don't have enough disk space to try this out
<mattip> let me find another machine
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<kurisu> Can @ffi.def_extern() be used on methods somehow? If not, how best to pass methods as callbacks to C?
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<cfbolz> kurisu: bound methods or unbound methods?
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<cfbolz> did some wikipedia CS history hunting today, I managed to get a picture of this amazing early italian CS prof into wikipedia:
<cfbolz> he described the very meta-circular compiler in his '54 phd thesis, english translation here:
<Corbin> Related: "Gems of Corrado Böhm"
<cfbolz> Nice
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