Content from 2022-04

I wrote a series of poorly publicized posts in the past that described a more or less complete threading library built entirely from scratch on top of Linux syscalls. This post gathers all the information together and provides easily browsable resources.

OpenSCAD is awesome. It gives you the ability to code up your 3D models and keep them readably under version control. But, despite the coolness, OpenSCAD has a bunch of limitations. This post introduces a system called GhostSCAD as a way around some of them.