Monthly Archives: June 2002

28 June 2002

GNOME The 2.0 release has come and gone. It managed to take down widget (which serves www.gnome.org, news.gnome.org and bugzilla.gnome.org). Not being able to access my bugs was a bit of a pain. The new release looks very nice, and GTK 2.0 is a joy to program. I still need to finish off PyGTK 2.0 […]

17 June 2002

Work Last week, one of the servers died because one of the sticks of memory died. After pulling it out, the system booted fine. It would have been a lot easier to test if I didn’t have to open it up to plug a floppy drive in. I now have Memtest86 in the GRUB boot […]

XSLT

Been playing with XSLT a bit recently. It is quite a nice transformation language. I have been porting the gtk-doc DocBook -> HTML conversion program to use xsltproc (with a customisation layer over Norman Walsh’s XSL stylesheets), rather than Jade (with a customisation layer over his DSSSL stylesheets). Took a little while to learn what […]