I’m sharing my gist of ServiceHandler with the new post Android Marshmallow (API 21) HttpURLConnection
This post is to test Google Syntax Highlighter Plugin
echo "hello world";
Great news to all developers out there! Google Code hosting service now supports Git in addition to Subversion (SVN) and Mercurial. Probably the top Google Code wishlish, I’m sure open source developers appreciates Google decision to offer Git support on its free open source code hosting service.
New and existing projects may continue to use SVN and Mercurial as version control and those who wished to switch to Git may do so from the “Administer” option in the Google Code Project Dashboard
Some note about Google Code Git support:
- Requires at least Git 1.6.6
- Repo size limit 4GiB
- Push pack limit of 500 MiB (soon to be lifted)
For more information about Git support in Google Code, please read: Google Code Git FAQ
You can easily generate QR Code under Ubuntu using the command line ‘qrencode’ package. In Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal, you can install qrencode using this command:
apt-get install qrencode
To generate QR Code image, you only need to run this command:
qrencode -l L -v 1 -o qrcode-test.png "Hello, World!"
QR Code is a form of 2 dimensional barcode which can store arbitary text data including URL, email or plain text. For more information, please refer to the QR Code Wikipedia Entry
After 26 years, Apple Inc finally decided to release MacPaint source code to the Computer History Museum. MacPaint application was a wonder back in those days because it allows users to create their own drawing with their own personal computer.
Does it reminds you of any application?
I’m just informing you, my readers, that I’ve been busted back to application development work from a relatively administrative one. Rest assured, this is entirely my decision as I’m not currently under employment of any entity beside myself.
Now where’s my cup of coffee?
This was brought to my attention when I’m working on a python code to parse xml documents. I found out that in Ubuntu Hardy, the python-xml package has moved xml.dom.ext.* package to /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/oldxml thus breaking python code which depended on python-xml.
One way to work around this bug is to append :
sys.path.append('/usr/lib/python%s/site-packages/oldxml' % sys.version[:3])
just before you import stuff from xml.dom.ext.*. Hope that would help you.