TagPy 0.94.1

Responding to a patch from Bill Nottingham, I've uploaded TagPy 0.94.1. It fixes building TagPy against TagLib 1.5 and also fixes a mis-wrap of the clear method of the Map type.

In case you were wondering, 0.94 was a dud, but by the time I realized …

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Release 0.91.2 of Synoptic

Yay, here I go again. (Update: and again) There were a few small wrinkles in Synoptic 0.91 (and 0.91.1) for which I felt it warranted to push out a followup release, aptly called 0.91.2. It fixes the following things:

  • Depend only on Python 2.4 …
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First real public release of Synoptic

I'm happy to announce the first truly public release of Synoptic, my own web-based dynamic note taking application. If you find yourself lost in a jumble of either paper notes, text files on a hierarchical file system, or an overgrown Tomboy wiki, and find yourself craving order, categories, and simplicity …

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Boost Bindings 20080405

I've rolled another new Boost bindings snapshot, dated 20080405.

This time around, I've done a bit more than update to current svn. I've tried to scavenge past contributions from the Ublas mailing list that got dropped on the floor. I've created a new version control tree where I intend on …

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On Hybrid Scientific Codes, Part I: The Idea

How should scientific codes be constructed? Scientific codes are often experimental in nature, and therefore need to be easy to change, and, of course, quick to develop in the first place--who wants to invest any more than necessary into an idea that might not work out after all? On the …

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Getting the Most out of the Home Row

If you're willing to exchange a bit of memory for a lot less strain on your wrists, let alone work speed, this is your lucky day. In this post, I will describe how I've tuned my everyday work environment to a point where it feels completely unnatural for me to …

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