Re: [dev] [sbase][offtopic] sbase in the wild

From: FRIGN <>
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2015 21:40:08 +0100

On Fri, 13 Mar 2015 21:35:09 +0100
Vampyrah Broadcasting <> wrote:

Hey Dennis,

> What does the word "refactor" mean?

it basically means that I looked at the code and applied knowledge we
came up with in the course of development.
You might not believe it, but sbase's codebase-size is already as high
that you need actual refactor-sessions to keep the tools in a consistent

> An explanation of the cat command is on the back of the romper, along
> with the file name (cat.c), the software where it belongs to (sbase),
> the developer (suckless), the license (MIT, right?) and the version
> (20150303). I tried to write the explanation as if my teacher were a
> six-year old, so it's a little less mistery for her :D

In cases like these, I always try to imagine what a civilization in the
far future would make of it if it found this as the only trace of



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