Really, really needed to do this earlier.
At the very least, it’ll give me a few ideas for our deployment system at work.
A very, very cool idea.
An interactive shell for PHP, developed at Facebook and written mostly in Python.
A utility for comparing MySQL database structures.
An ATA/ATAPI interface cartridge for Commodore 64/128 computers supporting Hard Disk, CDROM, DVD, ZiP drive, LS-120 (A-Drive), CompactFlash and more.
Some good ideas here, especially a few that might allow me to finally shoot GNOME in the face.
svnmerge.py is a tool for automatic branch management. It allows branch maintainers to merge changes from and to their branch very easily, and automatically records which changes were already merged. This allows displaying an always updated list of changes yet to be merged, and totally prevents merge mistakes (such as merging the same change twice).
Way out of date, but might have some useful nuggets in there.
FNV hashes are designed to be fast while maintaining a low collision rate. The FNV speed allows one to quickly hash lots of data while maintaining a reasonable collision rate. The high dispersion of the FNV hashes makes them well suited for hashing nearly identical strings such as URLs, hostnames, filenames, text, IP addresses, etc.
About time. Now maybe they can think about a saner way to handle release management.
Sometimes a bit of dirt can be good for you, fermented things are good for you, and how we overrely on chilled, frozen, and pasturised food to our detriment.
Dear Zombie Jesus, this is so cool!
Milfy goodness… :-)
…and the North starts to turn into something vaguely resembling a democracy.
That hidden coin block near the beginning is just plain cruel.
Mr. T in a tank! You don’t get better than that! Still wouldn’t ever eat Snickers though.
Whoa! Think Élite meets all the good bits of EVE Online. This looks as if it’s going to be sweet. Not to Seamus for IMing it to me.
Looks worth getting.
Mostly for the info on WSSE, which looks like one of the better things left over from WS-* and co.
The Double Brace Initialisation idiom is mindblowing!
Not only checks that a european VAT number is well-formed, but that it’s valid. Nice.