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You need to a get a stack of fan-fold paper and a dot matrix printer and output it to that.
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Professionally I develop software that uses the terminology "CARDS".

It is older than I am, and still cutting edge. Not using cardboard any more though.

This little program got a bit more complex since posting, It has crosscorrelation matching and error suppression.

I think I will add the live rate as well, now you only get it at the end of the program
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building this in that piece of **** 'homebrew' for mac is quite interesting.
24 hours and counting on my old ivybridge mac.
this 'build everything from code' was a nifty novelty when introduced in gentoo linux but got out of hand pretty quick it seems :)

but the icing on the cake is reading that 'you are stupid and running an unsupported version of macos so do not dare to report when things break just fix it yourself as we can't be bothered to help you (which indeed I had to, for a couple of stupid packages)' attitude. priceless.

all ranting aside... how hard would it be to build this in something decent like 'macports'... or would there be so many missing pieces (like gnome crap?). apparently I need to compile not one but TWO compilers (gcc and rust) just to have a timegrapher :D
 

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I don't use Mac but on my 8 year old HP laptop running Linux, it took about 5 seconds to build, assuming having the necessary libs installed prior.
exactly! it has been a while but I remember when I installed this on linux it was a .deb file.. 5 second job and good to go!

this 'homebrew' thing looks like something that is run by druken millenials, geez. if that's the only option I am grateful for it but that thing is annoying AF :D

oh and by the way TG is now up and running on this old, unsuported, retarded mac (which incidentally I consider the best macbook ever built, the glorious pre-retina 2012). 10 years under its belt and still runs like a champ despite the drunken millenials :)
 
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