Was today a good day? I’m unsure. I spent far too many hours beating on code, and at the end of the day I had very little actual progress to show for it. Judging by the line numbers, something around an even hundred lines of code today. But they’re good, solid lines, and they really and truly work.
The conversation with Heather, shortly after a breakthrough:
The query: SELECTDATE_FORMAT(((entry_date) - INTERVAL 300 MINUTE), ‘%Y%j’) as querystring FROM qt_entries s WHERE site_id=1 AND (UNIX_TIMESTAMP(entry_date)
Sorry about not providing the next installment of ‘Without Prior Notice’ tonight. We ended up getting an unexpected invitation to visit a friend’s house, and…how to say it?
Readers, you so got ditched. I know, I know, the suspense has been killing you. I’m sorry to suck all the oxygen out of your reading existence today, but I’m horrible and need to be smacked. So why sit here and write out a different post? Well, because I’ve discovered another sufferer of the Just Don’t Get It Syndrome (affectionately abbreviated to JDGI Syndrome).
Work on Quarto progresses. Having firmly re-saddled myself a day or two ago, I settled in and got some real work done today. Hence, the lack of entries (did you get lonely in the meantime?). Probably most cheerworthy is the stunning fact that there is now something to actually <em>test</em>—in addition to user authentication and logging functions, I now have full user editing capabilities set up.