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The university is over, na na na na :)

Well, the uni has been over (for this year) for 3 weeks, now, but I´ve been busy searching a job, getting back at home, etc...

And *NOW*, I have a Real Computer(TM). A pentium 100Mz with 64Mb... better than my french computer (only 16Mb).

Finally, I managed to learn a bit of perl (It has been in my TODO for ~two years).

And, the hottest news!! Now, I even have Inet connection!!! (who said that Spain is not a developped country? :)

Yesterday I started to hack the toolbars of AbiWord (they are too long, and they use only one toolbar per band...), translating some stuff, and played a bit more with Dia... Dude, that´s a KICK ASS app!

I´ve been playing with the idea of making a parser that generates a UML Dia diagram of a bunch of C++ source files (to do all the classes by hand is too cumbersome).

I miss the other GNOME guys, specially Chema and Rodrigo (and I want to meet acs!). I´m looking forward for GUADEC 2 or something...

All the day wasted in a stupid program for BD2. And *all the day* is *all the day*. 24h/24h. I'm tired and I want to sleep.

BD sucks.

Well, it was a long time since my last entry...

In the lasts two weeks I've been doing my homeworks: I've been working in hdoc (a C++ documentation extractor, a la javadoc or headerdoc), in IT, GL2, BD2, etc...

The university is *TOO* boring.

I've don't touched a single line of code of Abiword in the last two weeks, and it sucks too much.

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