Unreadable code soup is not necessarily always bad, perhaps it's just machine-generated. This is the C source code of Curve25519 key exchange in Linux and OpenBSD right now. https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/tree/lib/crypto/curve25519-fiat32.c
It was generated by a tool "fiat-crypto" (pun intended) from a MIT research project. From a description of the elliptic curve, it automatically emits unreadable but formally-verified C code. Its C output is basically just portable assembly. https://github.com/mit-plv/fiat-crypto
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Sexism, "the comments"
Also, don't tell me "just ignore them".
They're the ones making decisions.
They're the ones doing the hiring and the firing.
They're the ones with mothers, sisters, and wives who can't ignore them.
YOU have to do more policing of your own, and YOU have to stand up when you see this type of crass behavior.
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