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Docbook XML + CSS => docbook-css

I've attempted to generate some of my stylesheet from the source of Docbook, the Definative Guide, grabbing bits from the "Processing expectations" section to display elements as block, inline or none.

13 Oct 2002 (updated 2 Nov 2002 at 11:39 UTC) »

Rewrote my CVS-commit-notification Perl script in Ruby.

Now my functions can yield.

CVSspam, so called because it only generates HTML email, will link to ViewCVS and Bugzilla if you tell it how. It gives you the log message and colorized diffs when someone commits to the repository.

(Maybe this is the CVS equivalent of the cdrecord frontend.)

So my little patch to JLint did get applied; I missed the new release. (JLint is a fine Java bogon hunter.)

12 Jun 2002 (updated 12 Jun 2002 at 21:23 UTC) »

I finally got around to adding the source code for Flight to SourceForge's CVS. Just 15 months after creating the project.

The project started life as a load-tester, but being implemented in Java, it usually breaks into sweat before the server does; I'm retooling it as a unit testing framework.

I'm wondering if JavaScript was a bad choice for the scripting language. Scheme would make scripts more amenable to programmatic introspection, but I think I'll just make the JavaScript XML-studly.

Intuition Direct Communication Message Port!

(I did wonder for a moment if idcmp was a long-forgotten m68k opcode.)

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