A Gemini browser widget for Gtk4

The gemini protocol is a simple, text oriented internet communication protocol. I don't want to go into too much detail about what Gemini is, I'll leave that to the reader to research if interested. This post is about a new project to create a freestanding gemini browser widget for gtk4, much like webkit2gtk is for the web, and a simple, nice browser which leverages it....

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The case for a modern language (part 1)

There is a difference of opinion among many programmers regarding the idea of replacing C, either in newly wrritten code or else altogether. I find myself coming down on the side that it makes little sense to try to replace a legacy codebase, and still find C useful in some contexts (particularly in the realm of microcontrollers). That said...

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Giving Zterm Some Love

Quite a bit has happened code wise in the past couple of weeks since my last post. Most of which has been in Zig and in support of Zterm....

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Gfret 2.0 and beyond

Here we are 2 patch releases in and I never did finish documenting the release of gfret or the finishing of the work. I'm going to keep this post brief and just summarize where the project stands and where it's heading....

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