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Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
I'm a total Windows fanboy. I've used Macs in the past and never really connected with the UX
UI on the other hand wasn't even close until Win 10 - and there still is quite a gap
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
I've been there, too
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
:smile:
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Recently, though, I took our old testing MBP at the office & upgraded to Yosemite. Gave it a try, and really liked it.
The mac touchpad is so far above and beyond anything else I've tried that it's not even funny.
So I played around for a bit, then figured I might as well get one for myself. :)
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
In general I don't use touchpads if I can help it - my laptop at home has a USB mouse and keyboard connected to it. And my next big purchase will be a 30' screen
at work its all just regular desktops.
I guess the downside of web dev is no cool hardware lying around for testing :laughing:
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
We had the old MBP for testing web sites on OS X Safari :)
I'm not quite sure yet where my usage of the MBP will settle, but it's a fun device to lug around: it's lightweight, its battery gives me 8h of operation unless I'm running a VM and generally things just feel smooth.
For now.
Ask me again in a couple of months, and I'll have found all the weird bugs and inconsistencies... :)
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
yeah my lenovo weighs a ton, but the battery is decent (and since its windows I don't need a vm :smirk: )
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
I used to love Lenovo
The last two I've had have been cursed.
My W520 had a bug where I'd put it into sleep mode, and when it woke up, it'd go to an endless boot loop. Power fail -> auto-reboot -> bios -> power fail ...
This W540 I've got has been fairly OK, but the graphics drivers are just... WAT.
I fire up the twin monitors, and it takes a full minute until both of them have a picture that doesn't go "power save -> no signal -> flash picture -> no signal -> power save" and so on.
And the touchpad on the W540 is so bad, Lenovo decided to make a new revision of the hardware that reverted that. Unfortunately, I'm stuck with what they put in the first rev.
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
Ouch sounds real bad
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Lenovo support had me reinstall a vanilla windows on the W520 before they came in to swap the mobo. Which didn't help...
Maybe it was a battery firmware thing. I dunno.
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
i've never had endless loops (fingers crossed) but sometimes I have to reboot it a few times (G70)
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Also, the W520 had so bad insulation on the speaker cables that the cables melted.
The only way to stop the boot loop was to yank the battery. :P
Oh, and I almost forgot: on the W540, if I put the machine to sleep when it's in the dock & resume when it's not, the display never wakes up. Again, battery yank...
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
The worst experience I've ever had with a laptop was an HP that the wires inside the charger where insulated with a gap and then another sleeve on top
It felt like it was designed to eventually have crossed wires. But instead of giving into their tricks of buying a new one, I opened it up and added a bunch of electric tape :smile:
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Real-life mcgyver
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
You have def convinced me not to get another Lenovo though :grin:
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
I dunno... I seem to be the only one at our company having a tough time with them.
We did have another instance of the power loss/boot loop issue, though.
The last Lenovo I really loved was my own T61p.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Regex is hard, mmkay
Took me approx 30 minutes to come up with the right regex to match unicode ranges. And to figure out why I was matching the more obscure cases incorrectly.
@Tigraine Has anyone written up a tutorial on how to integrate dynamic vars from a database with the dotless http handler?
Daniel Hoelbling-Inzko
@Tigraine
@rytmis What do you mean with dynamic vars?
I always suspected that it's easier for people to get the vars in their ASP Page and append them as variables to the Querystring. Executing Database calls during the CSS compilation seems like a not so good idea to me..
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
@Tigraine pretty much what you thought it was. Having a style sheet that brings in customisations from a database.
I don't think the compilation part is the problem, though. If we design the process to be "get vars" -> "process LESS" (so that it's clearly a separate step), it should be pretty predictable. However, the caching story is what concerns me the most.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
less.js even supports LESS imports that require a http download -- those are going to be a killer for compilation time, but if they do it, I don't see why we wouldn't.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
For 2.0, I'm thinking about doing a bunch of API reworking.
First, I'd love to get rid of the Expand<Foo> calls by making the Evaluate method return an IEnumerable<Node> and treating the results accordingly.
Second, I think the evaluation stack needs to be re-thought a little bit.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Well, now. I reworked the API so that every Evaluate call returns an IEnumerable<Node>. While working through that change, I also eliminated a bunch of weirdness regarding e.g. mixin guards -- now, when a guarded call results in nothing, it no longer produces a spurious empty line.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
I really dislike the fact that e.g. Ruleset has a lot of conditionals based on the type of the node being evaluated. That stinks.
Ideally, the Node itself should know how to evaluate itself given the current environment.
Lauri Kotilainen
@rytmis
Extend in particular is implemented in a really incongruous way.