||Sour burritos and sweet success
Posted on July 12th, 2008
|Today began when Little One sky dived on to my bed. I was asleep, but the impact woke me up quite quickly.
I spent the day working with both Necros Cavern and Din. I completed the 1.0 RC 2 release of Necros Cavern and uploaded it using Source Forge's new web upload system. This is a colossal improvement over the FTP hoops and Russian roulette system that was previously used. Another new development is that Necros Cavern is available for DOS systems. It took some recoding to make this happen as the FreeDOS version of Free Pascal is a bit quirky.
My lunch was the Mexican Lean Cuisine I picked up yesterday. It was a single chicken burrito with a sour sauce on it and some Spanish rice. The burrito's sour sauce was more of a cheesy sour than citrus icky sour, and that half of the meal was tasty. The rice was Styrofoam with seasoning. I'll pass on this item in the future; the rice is the bulk of the meal and it's not very palatable. Also, I had to get the microwave's manual out because this item is cooked at 50% rather than high.
Part of the day was spent editing the program I wrote yesterday to help manage Din's core unit.
Thunderstorms came and went today, so some of the time I was just puttering about while they went over.
On a whim I had the defraggment utility analyze my hard drives. It reports that a whopping 81% of the filesystem is fragmented. Looks like I'll be spending tomorrow defragging.
Surprisingly, I didn't run across any links worth sharing other than the obligatory link to Necros Cavern's homepage.