[NetBehaviour] How to display code-based art...

james morris james at jwm-art.net
Mon Sep 7 20:14:23 CEST 2009

On 6/9/2009, "Rob Myers" <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:

>On 06/09/09 22:23, james morris wrote:
>>> You could unroll loops in the code manually using templates for
>>> different sections of the code. Or instantiate objects with other templates.
>> Eurgh that's made me feel quite sick.
>It's a good job I didn't mention colouring in the letters to represent
>the compiled code then. ;-)

I don't know about that. It was just the image of having something
physical - a large roll of paper - with code stenciled into it, and
applying the GNU C Compiler's  -funroll-loops optimization to it, ++
that with C++ Templates, and stencils, templates, loops, and rolls. Spun
my head right round, and it was to me, pure genius of you to think of it
like that. I never thought jokes about programming could be so funny!!!!
Because all that I saw in Pall's stencil was a visual stencil of some
code, which looked quite attractive in a certain way.

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