Category Archives: Development
We started out with 1 employee back in 2001. Now, we have 11. We started out with a Siemens PBX, and one ISDN-2 line. That Siemens has 8 digital ports, and 1 expansion slot. That slot has been taken for … Continue reading
I just uploaded gdb 7.3a It can be found on my RPM repo. I’ve also added new elfutils packages, since these are required by this version of GDB.
I just uploaded binutils.2.21.1a. It can be found on my RPM repo. GDB will be uploaded begin next week. Happy compiling !!!
I’ve just created packages for CentOS 5.6 that replace the default compiler with gcc 4.6.1. That version has some interesting options, so I wanted to use that as my default compiler. It’s also more strict, so it’s a good check … Continue reading
I’ve been a OSX user for some time, but my main C development happens on CentOS. OSX has TextMate as editor, which has snippets : A sort of runtime macro’s on steroids. It saves lots of time with common language … Continue reading
Migrating to JIRA 4.4 is now complete. It has’t been without hickups however : JIRA 4.4 en Fisheye 2.6.0-2.6.3 don’t get along when using trusted authentication. You get Seraph errors : Error handling trusted applications authentication attempt:BAD_SIGNATURE Make sure the … Continue reading
I’ve installed an milestone of Confluence. I never liked the 3.x editor : Wiki just isn’t my thing. Fortunately, the 4.x release has a brand new editor, and it’s WYSIWYG. No more fancy tagging, no more thinking on what wikimarkup … Continue reading
So.. Finally found to spare time : I’ve migrated my old setup to include (most) of the Atlassian tools. I’ve got Crowd, JIRA, Confluence, Bamboo and Fisheye up-and-running, with SSO authentication. Next step is to figure out how to make … Continue reading
I’ve completed the parser that parses bind9 style config files. The parser itself is based on the lemon parser generator, and the lexer is based on re2c. While testing and developing the parser, I’ve ran into some strange, undocumented issues. … Continue reading