For the last 2^6 years, compilers have struggled with business models and monetization... but no more! With LLVZen you get the dual benefits of an added revenue stream, and an incentive for customers to simplify their code.

How does this magical mystery tool work? I'm so glad you asked. LLVZen hooks into the LLVM compiler toolchain and detects when one of your idiots clients tries to compile a program with more than 5 functions. It pops up with a friendly error message and nulls out the results of all future function calls. Clients are then sternly requested to place money in an LLVM tip jar to continue compilation.

What kinds of problems would this solve?


How do I install this gem?

Well, good question... ~watch this space~

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