Ian

Wales, United Kingdom

github.com/idmillington

Age: 40

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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
Sep
25
answered Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
Sep
22
comment Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
Thanks on all fronts Etan.
Sep
22
revised Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
added 30 characters in body
Sep
22
comment Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
Definitely was unclear about that snippet being 'obviously incorrect', thanks, I'll edit that. Okay. I tried every single option from your list, and $(*F) Seems to work, but I've no idea why I'd want the file-within-directory part of the stem, e.g. "foo" from "dir/foo.c" when I'm extracting "48" from "dir/logo_48.png" - it seemed logical I'd get "logo_48" in that case. Still it seems to work, though I don't know why.
Sep
22
comment Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
Fascinating, but which of these matches this need, because none of them sound like they are answering this question? And, if you are aware of one of these meeting the question, why did you post the whole list, passive aggression?
Sep
22
comment Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
@MadScientist Well, you clearly have some function in mind, but wouldn't it be simpler if you just said what it was. Because I read that page, and it wasn't clear which could be used to extract one wildcard out of a pattern match containing two wildcards.
Sep
22
asked Extracting part of a match in a makefile rule
Sep
6
asked Counting items based on a value in Django
Sep
1
awarded Supporter
Aug
6
accepted Send data to Coveralls only from Travis, not when testing locally
Aug
6
answered Send data to Coveralls only from Travis, not when testing locally
Aug
3
asked Send data to Coveralls only from Travis, not when testing locally
Jul
5
revised How to change the opacity (alpha, transparency) of an element in a canvas element after it has been drawn?
missing 'new', made the sample code incorrect.
Jul
5
comment Term to describe fictional texts written in a non-fiction style
Since it doesn't seem I'm missing something, happy to accept this answer. Your coined phrase would convey the right intent, I agree. Thanks.
Jul
5
accepted Term to describe fictional texts written in a non-fiction style
Jul
5
comment Term to describe fictional texts written in a non-fiction style
Thanks @Neil That's another great specific term. So there are all these terms around for specific ways of producing this effect (mockumentary, false document, epistolary novel), but nothing, it seems, over all. Interesting!
Jul
3
comment Term to describe fictional texts written in a non-fiction style
@Shisa, you should put that in an answer, so I can accept it.
Jul
3
awarded Curious
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