Exciting day with many interesting talks by free software ûberhackers at OSDEM (denoted FSDEM by rms).
Returned to Oslo from Brussels tonight.
Arrived Brussels with Annett on Thursday.
Unsupported on-disk structure for file /opt/interbase/data1/data/Nfr.gdb; found 9, support 1019:31: Move Slackware server to Debian GNU/Linux for client along with Ingvar.
einn ~ $ uname -a SunOS einn.ifi.uio.no 5.7 Generic sun4u sparc einn ~ $ /bin/vi foo xterm-debian: Unknown terminal type
[Using open mode] Segmentation Fault
Next week I'll be working for LinPro at some site at
Frankfurt in Germany.
My flight leaves on Monday November 6th at 6:30AM from Oslo Airport.
I'm supposed to spend five days in Frankfurt and head back to Oslo on Friday afternoon.
Simula was The First OOP language. It was invented at the Norwegian Computing Centre between 1962 and 1967by Kristen Nygård and Dahl, and was the first language taught at the Department of Informatics until last year (when they switched to Java).
By the way: The GNU Simula Compiler Cim (written by staff at the same Department) is based on C! The compiler and the run-time system was written in C, and the compiler produces C code, that is then passed to GCC.
Tip of the day (from Martin Baulig):
head -n xxx ChangeLog > log ; cvs ci -F log
The man who wrote the dc2xx kernel module, is implementing PTP for jUSB.
David Brownell writes:
> PTP device at usb-cc823000-2
> Stores: 1
> Storage Type: Removable RAM
> Filesystem Type: hierarchical
> Capacity in bytes: 200000
> Free bytes: 100000
> Free space in Images: 10
PTP is aka. Picture Transfer Protocol (PIMA/ISO 15740 standard).
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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If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!