trinque: since we're discussing cuntoo in pizarro, and it's more generally relevant, I'm moving the thread here.
trinque: diana_coman tried to build a cuntoo per my recipe and was bitten by the upstream musl-overlay gentoo repository having shifted enough to break the build.
trinque: I did not yet V genesis a portage overlay (which would eventually become the *only* portage tree, after republican ebuilds are made to replace items needed from the gentoo official portage) pending a resolution to the thread on how to handle v tree fragmentation.
trinque: I believe it's more or less established by this point that the solution is to have a history file that's edited by patchers if they care that their patch isn't abandoned.
mircea_popescu: spyked "the original script doesn't always pass childNodes as a parameter" << whoa, where is this ?
mircea_popescu: might be obscure bug i've been chasing ever since i put it in
mircea_popescu: http://btcbase.org/log/2018-03-13#1787748 << just about, yes. i wanted a model file so we have something to play with and the original concept was to have phf include it in his v tree of his v rewrite because it seemed the first item that's coming out at the time from l1 hands ; but if it's holding you back re tmsr-portage, go ahead and make the sample yourself and we'll see how it works.
a111: Logged on 2018-03-13 12:59 trinque: I believe it's more or less established by this point that the solution is to have a history file that's edited by patchers if they care that their patch isn't abandoned.
spyked: mircea_popescu: in scrollToHash and the onmouseup callback there's this call: recur(content.childNodes[content.childNodes.nodeType==3 ? 1 : 0]); <-- for some reason I couldn't get this to work, so I changed it to: recur(content); which should walk through all the children in the DOM subtree, not just childNodes or childNodes.
asciilifeform: ( i'd even dare to rule out the 'shown the instruments' hypothesis, given as their crypto per se was a joke from day1. but asciilifeform was interested in re the voice codec. turns out -- open problem, to this day. )
spyked: http://btcbase.org/log/2018-03-13#1787759 <-- a-ha, mystery solved! Trilema has a <div class="post"> child to <span id="shash-...">, so that portion of the script selects it when the child is not a text node (the nodeType==3 bit). thetarpit DOM tree is flatter and doesn't wrap the content in this additional div. NB, will keep it mind should performance ever prove to be an issue.
a111: Logged on 2018-03-13 20:08 spyked: yeah. but for some reason I couldn't figure why it doesn't activate the #selection thing at all with this optimization. must be that the page layout is different. there was a thing that trilema did, hm... /me rereads http://trilema.com/2015/that-spiffy-selection-thing/