Inklings in February 2009
The cfdump tag is one of the few things I really miss about ColdFusion. This does the same thing in PHP.
Xinc is a continuous integration server written in PHP 5.
Not sure if I like that it may depend on Phing, but I’ll check it out.
For when I actually have a car!
Like Digg, but for CLI one-liners and the like.
Pretty-prints and colorises JSON content in Firefox.
with statement is one of the best things Python 2.5 introduced (even if it was in the
Always intended to fiddle around with this, but never really had a pressing need.
HiveDB is an open source framework for horizontally partitioning MySQL systems. Building scalable and high performance MySQL-backed systems requires a good deal of expertise in designing the system and implementing the code. One of the main strategies for scaling MySQL is by partitioning your data across many servers. While it is not difficult to accomplish this, it is difficult to do it in such a way that the system is easily maintained and transparent to the developer.
I’ve made a lot of tweaks to Lithium so it can run on my machine, including HAL support.
This made me simultaneously go ‘whoa!’ and ‘ewww!’—it’s very impressive though.
May help me fix the keymap problems I’m having with xorg-server 1.5.3. Stupid HAL.
Sure, it only support static files, but this is still a damned nifty idea!
Pure python client implementation of the Tokyo Tyrant protocol
Mk is a tool for describing and maintaining dependencies between files. It is similar to the UNIX program make, but provides several new capabilities. Mk’s flexible rule specifications, implied dependency derivation, and parallel execution of maintenance actions are well-suited to the Plan 9 environment. Almost all Plan 9 maintenance procedures are automated using mk.
Because I’d like to try out Haiku some day. BeOS was pretty cool back in the day.
I 100% agree with this.
Sed and I do not get along.
May solve the problems I have at work with my nVidia card.
I wonder if this’d work for those awful 3G/HSDPA dongles you can get from Irish mobile telcos.
cmus is a pretty damned good ncurses-based music player, BTW.
Painfully true to life.