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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Poked mail, chat with mjw, pleased to see Jakub doing some
shrinking the size of debuginfo. Poked at the UK open-standards
briefly - the conslutation starts from a rather encouraging place
at least if not mandatory RANDZ.
Filed some more easy
hacks, including removing
Lunch, created another new commit account; poked at registry
accesses, apparently we grope around in types.rdb for the most amazing
things - initializing enumerations eg. PropertyState in Any's, every
single queryInterface we do, etc. seems like there is some scope for
some real improvements.
TDF / Board call. Pleased to see Noel Grandin finally kill the
tools/table pseudo-template in favour
of STL; nice.
Spent time digging through Daniel 7, and listening to two
of four excellent sermons from Gordon Hugenberger on the topic.
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