there's a friggin' cookie recipe in os x

Posted:
in macOS edited January 2014
the path for itis this: usr/share/emacs/21.2/etc



check it out
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  • Reply 1 of 22
    Yup. It's been there for years.
  • Reply 2 of 22
    clonenodeclonenode Posts: 392member
    This appears to be one of many files written by Richard Stallman relating to The GNU Project. You will find other files about Censorship, The GNU General Public License, tutorial files and many more.



    I have made cookies from the recipe. They ARE very good.
  • Reply 3 of 22
    eugeneeugene Posts: 8,254member
    Can emacs boot itself yet? How many games does it come with now?
  • Reply 4 of 22
    mattjohndrowmattjohndrow Posts: 1,618member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by clonenode

    This appears to be one of many files written by Richard Stallman relating to The GNU Project. You will find other files about Censorship, The GNU General Public License, tutorial files and many more.



    I have made cookies from the recipe. They ARE very good.




    yeah, i found a whole bunch of those documents a whle back, read 'em, yeah...there's alot there.
  • Reply 5 of 22
    cam'roncam'ron Posts: 503member
    where is this located??
  • Reply 6 of 22
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Cam'ron

    where is this located??



    Read... the... first... post.

    Quote:

    /usr/share/emacs/21.2/etc



    It's the file named, not surprisingly, "COOKIES".
  • Reply 7 of 22
    murbotmurbot Posts: 5,262member
    It can be confusing, because it's not like you can just open the hard drive and navigate to this usr folder.



    In Finder, click Go, then Go To Folder, then type in /usr. It'll appear. Navigate your way through share/emacs/21.2/etc and find it. Or, just paste this in from the Go command:



    /usr/share/emacs/21.2/etc



    Double click "Cookies", pre heat your oven to 350 degrees, and have at 'er.



  • Reply 8 of 22
    cam'roncam'ron Posts: 503member
    thanks for elaborating murbot.



    Q: What do you call a person who hacks while wearing no clothes?

    A: A gnudist.







    (taken from the jokes file)



    alright fine, its not that funny.
  • Reply 9 of 22
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Cam'ron

    alright fine, its not that funny.



    i agree
  • Reply 10 of 22
    dmband0026dmband0026 Posts: 2,345member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by mattjohndrow

    i agree



    Chalk up another one.



    And where is the relevance to the thread?
  • Reply 11 of 22
    Quote:

    Originally posted by DMBand0026

    Chalk up another one.



    And where is the relevance to the thread?




    Because its from one of the other random files in that folder.
  • Reply 12 of 22
    torifiletorifile Posts: 4,024member
    Nearly completely OT but:



    cat /usr/share/calendar/calendar.history | grep "LOTR"



    Ah, geek humor.
  • Reply 13 of 22
    jimzipjimzip Posts: 444member
    I was going to make a separate thread about this, but I just found something really funny..



    I opened Sherlock. This would have to be about the third time I have ever done this..

    I was checking things out. Found that I could find flights etc. And I was playing with the dictionary item. (Which is really helpful by the way..)

    I got curious, typed in 'Microsoft' and began laughing as my results were indeed displayed, but not in the way I'd imagined..

    Here's the result unless you want to try it yourself:







    and by clicking on the 'evil empire' link, this was displayed:











    I thought that was quite funny..



    Jimzip
  • Reply 14 of 22
    I wonder if Apple would agree with Richard Stallman's WHY-FREE essay which I found there as well. It's from 1994 but still interesting.

    /usr/share/emacs/21.2/etc/WHY-FREE.
  • Reply 15 of 22
    cam'roncam'ron Posts: 503member
    did u click on the links in microsoft and beyond? it keeps going on and on. there is a lot of funny, insulting terms. i was very surpised to see that. but that was quite funny.
  • Reply 16 of 22
    defiantdefiant Posts: 4,876member
    Jimzip: Of course they're like that. The definitions are from the jargon file.



    (And this is so old, btw )
  • Reply 17 of 22
    Not just in Sherlock..



    http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=microsoft

    http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=evil%20empire



    Dictionary.com's got a little something up their sleeve, now, don't they?
  • Reply 18 of 22
    jimzipjimzip Posts: 444member
    Yes, but Sherlock gets it's info from dictionary.com..



    Jimzip
  • Reply 19 of 22
    johnqjohnq Posts: 2,763member
    This thread has more page views than most political threads...
  • Reply 20 of 22
    messiahtoshmessiahtosh Posts: 1,754member
    That was really thoughtful of El Stevo and company. I mean, we need nourishment after long hours with our Macs. At least, that's the way I see it. I wonder who found this recipee first......Fran? I kid, I kid.
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