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nwellnhof / xml2md.xsl
Last active Sep 2, 2018
Transform the cmark XML format back to Commonmark
View xml2md.xsl
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!--
xml2md.xsl
==========
This XSLT stylesheet transforms the cmark XML format back to Commonmark.
Since the XML output is lossy, a lossless MD->XML->MD roundtrip isn't
possible. The XML->MD->XML roundtrip should produce the original XML,
View improve-locking-v2.diff
diff --git a/core/Lucy/Index/FilePurger.c b/core/Lucy/Index/FilePurger.c
index 211f0ea..6daa805 100644
--- a/core/Lucy/Index/FilePurger.c
+++ b/core/Lucy/Index/FilePurger.c
@@ -234,7 +234,10 @@ S_delete_entry(Folder *folder, String *folder_entry) {
Folder *inner = Folder_Local_Find_Folder(folder, folder_entry);
if (inner == NULL) { return false; }
if (Folder_is_a(inner, COMPOUNDFILEREADER)) {
- inner = CFReader_Get_Real_Folder((CompoundFileReader*)inner);
+ CompoundFileReader *cf_reader = (CompoundFileReader*)inner;
View cmark_ext_can_contain.c
// Add two functions `can_contain` and `can_be_contained` to the
// node type metaobject. (This is just an example. It's possible
// to split the work between these two functions differently.)
struct cmark_ext_node_type {
cmark_syntax_extension *extension;
char *name;
void (*free)(cmark_node *node);
// Used to check document structure.
View cfish_interfaces_java_style.c
// Interface method stub. Needs a custom struct for arguments and return value
// of each interface method.
typedef void
(*cfish_interface_stub_t)(void *self, void *vargs, uint32_t *hash);
// Classes contain a fixed-size hashtable with pointers to interface method
// stubs. This table could also be moved in memory before the class struct
// to avoid overhead for classes that don't implement interfaces.
typedef struct {
...
View abstract_method_docs.diff
diff -ru lib_old/Lucy/Analysis/CaseFolder.pod lib/Lucy/Analysis/CaseFolder.pod
--- lib_old/Lucy/Analysis/CaseFolder.pod 2015-09-19 16:51:19.000000000 +0200
+++ lib/Lucy/Analysis/CaseFolder.pod 2015-09-19 16:52:02.000000000 +0200
@@ -51,6 +51,22 @@
Constructor. Takes no arguments.
+=head1 METHODS
+
+=head2 transform(inversion)
View cfish_ruby_reg.c
// This is a sketch of how to make caching of Ruby objects work with
// Ruby's GC under Clownfish. We use a registry that keeps a list of all
// Ruby objects created from Clownfish. This list is walked during GC to
// mark all objects with a positive Clownfish refcount and prevent them
// from being destroyed if all references from Ruby space were dropped.
//
// Once a Clownfish object has been passed to Ruby, it lives on even with
// a zero Clownfish refcount. This means that there are no more references
// from Clownfish but possibly from Ruby space. The Clownfish refcount
// might even become positive again if an object is passed back to
View clownfish_v2.rs
extern crate libc;
use libc::types::common::c99::*;
use libc::types::os::arch::c95::*;
#[repr(C)]
pub struct ObjInternal {
refcount: size_t,
class: *mut ObjInternal,
}
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nwellnhof / main.rs
Created Jun 6, 2015
Proof of concept for Clownfish Rust bindings
View main.rs
extern crate libc;
use libc::types::common::c99::*;
use libc::types::os::arch::c95::*;
#[repr(C)]
pub struct ObjInternal {
refcount: size_t,
class: *mut ObjInternal,
}
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nwellnhof / scanners.c
Created Nov 16, 2014
scanners.c, generated by re2c 0.13.7.5, compiled on Windows 7, MinGW32, MSYS, gcc 4.8.1
View scanners.c
/* Generated by re2c 0.13.7.5 on Mon Nov 17 00:09:41 2014 */
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "chunk.h"
#include "scanners.h"
int _scan_at(int (*scanner)(const unsigned char *), chunk *c, int offset)
{
int res;
unsigned char *ptr = (unsigned char *)c->data;
unsigned char lim = ptr[c->len];
View fc_nfkc.c
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "utf8proc.h"
static const int32_t codepoints[] = {
0x037A,
0x03D2,
0x03D3,
0x03D4,
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