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yeah yeahPosted by voltaic on Wednesday March 2, 2011 @ 10:10am
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A few weeks ago, I took on a side project. It was originally going to be 90% SQL with a little bit of web functionality, but it turned out to be more like 75% web. So I started coding again and, I have to admit, it felt good.
THCNETPosted by Krux on Wednesday September 22, 2010 @ 10:11am
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So volt may or may not remember this, but the main function used by THCNET that is responsible for displaying messages is a recursive hell beast of code. While it has worked all these years, it does make any changes involving it rather difficult. I pretty much have to stare at the code for a couple days before I remember what the hell I was thinking when writing it, and can get into a state where I can change it. Before that I usually say fuck it, and make yet another quick and ugly hack at it to address the issue at hand.
Haiku Finally Gets a Native GCC4Posted by Stealth on Tuesday February 10, 2009 @ 03:26pm
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Haiku, the modern version of BeOS now has a complete toolchain. They have some downloads (VM images and DD images) and it looks like its slowly starting to pick up steam. Might be fun to play with, for those that still play with computers, alternative OS's and the like.
v.01bPosted by Krux on Sunday February 8, 2009 @ 09:17am
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So I was looking through some old posts, and saw reference to when there wasn't a preview option for posting, and I got to thinking, I wonder what the very first thcnet code looked like. Sure there is the static historical version here:
Blue tooth code ideaPosted by unicron on Tuesday January 27, 2009 @ 08:33am
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Anyway this would work? A piece of software on a PC with blue tooth hardware that goes out, finds all the near by blue tooth headsets and gets them all on to an "always on" group walkie talkie setup? Anyone in the office that talks into their headset, the rest of the office hears them on theirs? It may be an over simplistic description, but the devices already work on full duplex style system, so I don't see WHY it wouldn't work.
Upgrade drags Stealth Bomber IT systems into the 90sPosted by Krux on Tuesday July 15, 2008 @ 10:05am
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Upgrade drags Stealth Bomber IT systems into the 90s
Las Vegas PHP User GroupPosted by nene on Wednesday April 16, 2008 @ 07:03am
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As some of you know, I work with a company that is pretty much a vortex that sucks in PHP developers from all over. We have so many devs my friend Ray decided to set up a group where we could do non-work related PHP discussions, which is nice because we don't often get let out of our playpen to try new things. I'd like to invite those of you who are in the area and interested to join us. We're wanting to join the PHP Testfest, and we're going to have discussions and presentations by our architects and other experts we can bribe to drop in. So come.
Help with SQLPosted by MadArab on Tuesday March 18, 2008 @ 12:11pm
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I've moved my Alumni site from an ancient version of phpbb to vbulletin, and with their new version they have introduced albums as a part of the software, so if you want basic functionality, you don't have to go out and buy one (seems with vbulletin everything costs money, but I'm liking it so far). Anyway, since it's pretty new, a lot of modules haven't been written yet, and I'm attempting to hack apart a random profile mod and a mod that displays all albums, since we all know a monkey can program better than me.
Feature requestPosted by Stealth on Tuesday August 21, 2007 @ 07:32am
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While adding two sigs I clicked on the checkbox next to the ones I wanted to shop up in random, then hit "Edit User". Turns out the check box was to delete the sig's. It would be nice to have an option to choose maybe one, three or all the signatures you would like to appear in random. so maybe you could save them and then rotate them around at your leisure. that make sense?
Trac -or- Why I am so bloody awesomePosted by Krux on Tuesday May 8, 2007 @ 09:03pm
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So I managed to get the notoriously difficult but entirely spiffy Trac, an integrated SCM & project management system, up and running. It has some requirements which didn't play well at all with Debian on my old server, but I've managed to get everything installed and working without too much fuss on the new server running Gentoo. Trac uses Python and Subversion, and since they don't have their MySQL code quite bug free, it means I also have to run SQLite. It also requires some other libraries such as Clearsilver, and Apache to be setup with mod_python, etc... I like Trac because it has a nice subversion code browser built in, a wiki for documentation, a bug ticketing system, as well as a project roadmap and timeline. And while I could use something like Sourceforge to do a lot of that, I tend to be one who likes to have my code hosted on my own server, so this lets me do everything in house.
Further Adventures with SubversionPosted by Krux on Tuesday April 24, 2007 @ 10:34pm
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I've finally managed to get both Apache, subversion, and mod_dav_svn all playing nicely with one another. Damn cool. I love Gentoo. Even though I chose not to use Gentoo's install of Apache, I was able to create a custom port for subversion that compiled against my installed Apache (which isn't where Gentoo normally expects it to be). All in all, not that horribly difficult to do, and so I kind of got the best of both worlds. I can take advantage of a subversion port that knows how to compile and install itself to have the mod_dav_svn, yet still give me the ability to have complete control over my Apache and PHP installations.
Version controlPosted by Krux on Thursday February 8, 2007 @ 11:05pm
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So, after looking at the slick web interface they have over at FuzzyOCR, that got me to thinking I need to update what I'm using as a project page for THCNET. I'm using THCNET for it, but since THCNET is a forum software and not meant to be a software project management software. So given that I liked Trac, which is what FuzzyOCR is using, I've decided to put that in place over at http://devel.thcnet.net
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