@Xipiryon third element of the array, bingo! but that's not 7 or -7 :P
Nice to see git addressing some of command line complexities. "checkout" command is way complexicated, the new "switch" and "restore" make sense. https://github.blog/2019-08-16-highlights-from-git-2-23/
@Xipiryon hint 1: it does not index by -1, due to operation precedence.
@mdiluz the thinking is correct, the answer nope :)
@jpab close, but not quite! That minus is subject to operator precedence rules...
@jeffrey close, but no. operator precedence with the minus!
@patrickmcurry a bunch of command line tools (curiously all written in Rust!): ripgrep, fd, loc, hyperfine.
@jakob yeah I suspect so
@mhutch aaah, heating, gotcha. thanks for the mini splits point, will consider them once (at some point) will move to a new house.
@mhutch 15kW -- whoa. what are you using that much for? :)
mine are 3.2 kWp which basically covers our whole electricity consumption. but of course if I had things like an electric car that would not quite cut it.
@mhutch more solar panels - nice! is it an elaborate saga to get them?
@patrickmcurry tried clicking somewhere, not sure if effective. looks like a bunch of mastodon instances are spammed by the same thing today.
AMD RDNA (Navi) GPU architecture overview slides: https://gpuopen.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/RDNA_Architecture_public.pdf
@cidney depends wildly on a country. e.g. here in Europe everyone has (some) health insurance and some sort of pension thing... so yes, indies do too.