Windows 2000 and higher supports directory symbolic links, where a directory serves as a symbolic link to another directory on the computer. […]Directory symbolic links are known as NTFS junctions in Windows. Unfortunately, Windows comes with no tools for creating junctions—you have to purchase the Win2K Resource Kit, which comes with the linkd program for creating junctions. I therefore decided to write my own junction-creating tool: Junction
This article has been retained for hisorical reasons. In this article we refers to blog.Objectsroot.com a site discontinued on August 2008
After some time, I have decided to start redesigning the content and the look of ObjectsRoot.com
I have slightly reduced the tags section, over-simplifying the access to my huge set of articles. With over 100 posts, there is no need of so much tags.
The search engine will help you to find old articles: do not worry anyway, permalinks will remain valid for a long time!
In the next weeks you will see a new site look too, clean and clever… like no one before. Stay tuned!
Updated 14 May 2008: Site redesign is in progress. You will find the new site for the 23th of May. Comments are always wellcome!
Updated 21 may 2008: The basic look is finalized, and will not change.
Updated 6 June 2008: Suggested resolution is 1024×768 or higher. The page is dynamically rendered, anyway an 800×600 resolution is discuraged. Fixed some broken links
I have tried Exupery, the Squeak byte compiler written by Bryce Kampjes. Exupery is still in beta but is usable for experimenting. SqueakWeekly is happy to publish a prime-time FAQ!
I have published the FAQ in the SqueakWeekly. You can read it following this link
See also http://andreasviklund.com/templates/themes/
The installation was fine. I have some problems with the sqlite3 driver and I ought to switch back to the PostreSQL driver. I initially planned sqlite3 as deployment platform.I have to change my mind after losing over three hours trying to resolve a linking problems on the production machine. By the way with PostgreSQL I will have more powerful exporting capabilities