Toolchain executables are the hard-to-figure-out aspects of real programming that are typically boring except when they make you want to tear your eyes and hair out. ENIGMA Protects its users from the evils of these devices.
|This list is of low quality and may not be factual. Actually, this entire page is completely fabricated (and of course, a subtle troll for my favorite people). Don't even bother fixing it, it kind of gets the point across.|
A couple examples are as follows:
- Make: Forged in pee wee's playhouse, make is an overcomplicated way of expressing otherwise simple ideas to the other toolchain executables expediently, provided only that someone spends countless hours setting them up first.
- G++: It's that compiler that works. Usually.
- cc1plus: It's that component that doesn't do anything but's really important.
- I'm making this up: It's true.