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Cite this bullshit
Complain a lot about everyone using Git subrepos, static linking, and The Internet as a whole. Subtitle: “Fighting Against Fake News”. Use Four Letter Words a lot.
Well ok, googletest goes out of its way, describes the method, and goes on to say that this is the simplest method, but also the most unprofessional.
GTest “find module”. Explain roughly what “find modules” are.
Why am I not happy with this populistic bullshit?
They say “
gtest_discover_testsis more robust than …”, and in the same sentence they say “it may not work in a cross-compiling environment” - implicitly knowing that it will not work.
gtest_add_testsscans the source code in a rather primitive way, leaving the user with all sorts of errors.
Scheduling: the porting trap (plus link to it in Porting to Linux (There’s Always A Better Way), “Processes are Threads”)
Timers in Linux hehe!!
html_sidebarsnot respected in RTD theme. How to fix that? Alternative solution, like inheriting a template?
Document my own sphinx usage
doc roles have to absolute, apparently. couldn’t figure out what the doc name was, at least.
conf.pypieces (especially that the atom feed is silently generated when
blog_baseurlis not set).
Revisit Existing Posts¶
go over posts, and use sidebars and admonition more (looks nicer, provides structure (importance))
pour tags in