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Published: Tuesday 2003-10-14.
A not particularly fun way to spend time is to wait for the computer
compiling source code.
When the project I am working on takes over three hours to compile, it is
not too fun to wait for it to be ready.
And when the compilation runs out of disk space just before the end of the
process, and when I, instead of removing the old copy of the code I had
kept, by mistake remove the one I have just compiled, and thus is forced to
start over again, then it is really easy to keep the laughter back.
By the way, some