Hi all, I have released version 0.1.1 of org-mode-parser for nodejs Org mode parser is a parser for reading Emacs org-mode files in nodejs. This version has been ported to VisualStudio Community Edition 2015, so you can develop easily under windows too (but only if you really want :)
I admit it: I hate xml square brackets dancing orgy, even in Java. Anyway, all is xml-ized around me. So in 2006 I developed a small XML parser based on SAX. It was a shitty dirty code for JDK 1.4 which let you parse xml stuff defining a method and forgetting about selectors, XPath, XWing, Tie …
And so you was waiting for news? Nice to impress you: I was able to shot two code zauker versions in less than a month! Code Zauker, the yet-another-google-code-indexer based on redis is happy to impress you with new features: Better web interface Powerful multi-processor indexer (mczindexer) Better documentation on the readme on github, con ready-to-use …
Don’t play the stupid game Cause I’m a different kind of engine Every search sounds the same You’ve got to step into my world Give me all your RAM and give me your code Give me all your code today (MDNA Credits) A new, improved version of Code Zauker is out! Code Zauker is a …
Are you ready for the news? Code Zauker v0.0.3 is OUT! The new version spots Case insensive indexing and searching, at a blazing fast speed. UTF-8 compliant indexing. Best if your code is on another encoding, code zauker try to “guess” the right one and fix it. Richer czsearch options, like the following
$ruby -Ilib bin/czsearch -h
Usage: czsearch [options] [term1] [term2]...
-i, --ignore-case ignore case distinctions
-B, --before-context NUM print NUM lines of leading context
-A, --after-context NUM print NUM lines of trailing context
-C, --context NUM print NUM lines of output context
-X, --exclude FILE_PATTERN Exclude files that match FILE_PATTERN (as ruby regexp). Case insensitive
-h, --help Display this screen
Options are grep-like
czsearch ciao Koros
Will search Koros OR ciao
czsearch -i gnu
Will match also GNU and Gnu
czsearch -X .orig -X .bak -X .java html:select
Will skip java and backup file
When Google Code was shut down, I have the lucky to read this article on how it worked. The article give you a bunch of Google-Go code. Because Go-language is too small and unusual for my brain, I took the idea and reimplemented it using Ruby and Redis. And because my nickname is Daitangio, I decided …
Org2Blog is a nice Emacs package to blog on WordPress with Org-Mode. You can download it using the ELPA package manager, which is what I have done yesterday night. The Git Hub project page gives you a very clean explanation on how to use it, and a helpful FAQ. Why it is nice With this …
Hi all, I have released version 0.0.6 of org-mode-parser for nodejs Org mode parser is a parser for reading org-mode files in nodejs. It features more then 80 unit tests, and support also for :DRAWER: and archive tag. The parser can query on the structure, extract subtrees, regenerate the original input via an handy toOrgString() method. …
Abbiamo già introdotto alcune tecnologie accessorie intorno al C++ e ad Arduino. Tra le evoluzioni più interessanti di cui vogliamo parlare oggi, c’è ne sono alcune che potremo sfruttare per Arduino, ed altre che sono meri spunti di riflessione. Andiamo ad iniziare!
April (Application Performance Framework) is a super-light application framework based on Spring, featuring: An Aspect Oriennted Programing Performance Monitor, which try to increase performance on the fly A super-light XML-RPC communication framework April first commitment is “be lite, be pluggable” and do not re-invent the wheel. I am happy to describe here how it works …
There is a future for SmallTalk? I was a very strong fan of the SmallTalk language, but in the last five years I have seen more and more contraction of its usage in the IT field. The OLPC project, which uses also Squeak Smalltalk and its done by the core team fo Squeak, is not …
I have read http://www.manageability.org/blog/stuff/chandler-failure and I think it is very danger way of exposing concepts.
In the article pointed out, the quite dead Chandler project is compared to the multi-billion Eclipse project. And then a too easy analysis is done against dynamic languages, where Java is the absolute winner.
I will try to fix some of the things said there, and to add also my two cents here :)
Let the Zend Framework introduce itself as a Borg would do: "Hi dear RubyOnRails. Hi all. I am the Zend Framework, a small work (about 5 tons of code) done by IBM and Zend to destroy you. You think php is not able to build big project?… do you? So you have dared to develop …