learning dragonfly or C...
Devon H. O'Dell
dodell at sitetronics.com
Thu Nov 11 22:40:19 PST 2004
This has turned out to be a really nice thread. I do know that there is
at least one ``open source book'' for trying to teach C, and it is far
from complete. I have offered to help a couple of people out on IRC who
haven't yet taken me up on it (you guys know who you are ;p), but I do
think that some sort of documentation might also be a good idea.
I am by no means an outstanding programmer (compared to those heading
the development of DragonFly), but I definitely am willing to put in
time to help out with information / teaching where I can. Perhaps if we
get something started and those exceptional programmers on our lists
want to take a look and make comments / suggestions, we could have a
great document. Certainly Matt has experience with compilers (as does
Jeroen) and they can probably both offer some insight into optimization
that I certainly wouldn't have known otherwise.
Anyway, who is going to take me up on this one this time? I'm thebofh on
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