Recent blog entries for arjan

Released TeleGNOME 0.0.10 yesterday. Joop Stakenborg <> made .debs for it, and told me he would put it into the debian distribution, since he is a Debian developper. Cool.

Tried to build Evolution all night, without much results. I get stuck on an error in libversit; it generates warnings like this:

 vcc.y:65: warning: `yyparse' redefined
vcc.c:10: warning: this is the location of the previous
vcc.y:66: warning: `yylex' redefined
vcc.c:11: warning: this is the location of the previous
vcc.y:67: warning: `yyerror' redefined
vcc.c:12: warning: this is the location of the previous

it's really frustrating...

Had some new ideas for my SimpleSite HTML template system project, which I made about four months ago in Perl. Features to add:

  • Internationalization
  • Auto-summary function
    I will implement internationalization soon, because my websites (including the gnome-nl site) are all in dutch now...

    - Got my GNOME cvs account from Elliot. Commited the new odometer docs.

  • I've been doing a lot for my study, since I study Artificial Intelligence i use the language Prolog a lot. Too bad there arent any GTK+ bindings yet for it. Well, wouldnt be usefull anyway, i think ;-)

    As of yesterday i have taken over the coordination of the Dutch GNOME translation team, gnome-nl. The (new) web page is here.

    Hacked some on TeleGNOME today, to make it gdk-pixbuf 0.7.0 compatible.

    Read a reader on Java for my study, and realized that professors always try to formulate simple things as complicated as possible. I suspect them to do this on purpose.

    By the way, this is my first diary entry ;-)

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