Comments for Canned Platypus Lean Mean Blogging Machine Tue, 19 Mar 2013 03:12:08 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on They Killed KScope! by Avis Avis Tue, 19 Mar 2013 03:12:08 +0000 I was able to run KSCOPE 1.6.2 under Ubuntu 13.04 (Manually extracting
kscope, kdelibs4c2a_3.5.10.dfsg.1-5ubuntu2_amd64.deb, and
kdelibs-data_3.5.10.dfsg.1-5ubuntu2_all.deb and copying only those
dll/*.so files needed for kscope). I was able to view call tree, cscope,
kate etc with some broken functionality with probable workarounds. Hope
this helps. This process is bit tedious but it worked for me and I happy
with limited functionality. I use it in combination of VIM editor for
devlopment purposes.

Comment on Git Tricks by Jeff Darcy Jeff Darcy Mon, 11 Mar 2013 14:06:49 +0000 Will calling git recursively (this code runs from a git hook during checkout) work correctly?

Comment on Git Tricks by Niels de Vos Niels de Vos Mon, 04 Mar 2013 11:19:24 +0000 Instead of the find command, you can use “git ls-files -x ‘legacy/*’ ‘*.[ch]‘ > cscope.files”. This will skip the .git directory automatically and only include non-generated files.

Comment on Scaling Filesystems vs. Other Things by Sunny Sunny Fri, 01 Mar 2013 12:37:45 +0000 Hello Guys,
just interessting and informativ discussion. i came through this by searching in the web for a good cluster solutin and while i use moosefs with more or less happiness. one of my problems is the performance while iam using it as a private cluster for my blu-ray disks. syste 3x6x3TB SWRaid Nodes with an virtual Master and the Metalogger on Master and one Node. The Performance messured with dd was between 30-50MB. how ever you are the pros with experiences and i hope you can help. which one is a good solution for my mediacluster (glusterfs, moosefs???) and in future i will build up a websolution for which i need a fileclustersystem for webservices (mysql) and also virtual machines. hope you can argue for one or give pros and negs.

Comment on Stackable Exit Hooks for Bash by Terry Jones Terry Jones Thu, 21 Feb 2013 20:13:11 +0000 You’re welcome. It’s even nicer than pass, because it ignores all its arguments. You can use it to effectively comment out a single line of an if or else etc., without winding up with invalid syntax (due to an empty block). It’s also very useful in

while :

Comment on Stackable Exit Hooks for Bash by Jeff Darcy Jeff Darcy Thu, 21 Feb 2013 20:07:44 +0000 Learn something every day, I guess. Thanks!

Comment on Stackable Exit Hooks for Bash by Terry Jones Terry Jones Thu, 21 Feb 2013 14:49:38 +0000 > Bash doesn’t have anything like Python’s ‘pass’

You can just use : (that’s a colon). It’s been a standard feature in the shell for at least 30 years.

$ type :
: is a shell builtin
$ help :
:: :
No effect; the command does nothing. A zero exit code is returned.

Comment on Extracting Data From Quassel by sakis sakis Tue, 19 Feb 2013 11:20:31 +0000 ~/Downloads/quessel logs$ python
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “”, line 40, in
network = sys.argv[1]
IndexError: list index out of range

Comment on InstantChess by Scandinavia Scandinavia Tue, 19 Feb 2013 00:54:13 +0000 /?p=422#comment-353589 Nice. Thanks a lot for the site, good for the ones of us who only want to play a quick game of chess without a trillion pages of statistics, ratings etc. being generated. I haven’t registered, but it of course becomes more tempting the more I visit, as I always like to pay if I like a site. Also, I like that we cannot write words to the other players, that way it becomes a lot friendlier. People on the internet write too much stupid things anyway, just look at Youtube, oh my God.

Comment on Police vs. Civilians by deekson deekson Fri, 15 Feb 2013 19:04:40 +0000 But wait. Would you categorise mobile police as a civilian too?