It does a lot more stuff now, too. When I have time, I'll start making more of my little projects available. I don't really have that much time, so big projects tend to stall early on.
I've been busy doing bits and bobs recently.
The web side of CoFfEE is working, although I've only uploaded one entry. This is the database of long and (hopefully) helpful error explanations. We called it SteakKnife, for some reason that neither of us remember anymore. The single enrty is '(' expected. Feel free to peek, but remember that it's not in any way finished.
I've been dragging my feet writing a journal article that my supervisor has been asking for, and now I have a good excuse for coming back to it later - the Institute of Physics are publishing a book based on the work presented at Eunite 2002 and they want the articles expanded into chapters. So I still have to spend more time writing about my research than I get to actually do it. Oh well.
I've also tidied up a couple of little projects that I messed around with while experimenting with python. I'll put these somewhere sensible at some point.
OK. Blogging has never really grabbed me, but Sarah has told me on more than one occasion that I should start. Not that this is my first start. Lets see if I can keep it up this time.
What I'm up to right now is:
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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