Entries Tagged 'Lists' ↓
April 30th, 2012 — Lists
Reindent and reformat.
empathy-time: port to TP coding style
Update to compile against a backwards-incompatible version of an API.
<ocrete> twi: I’m porting farstream to [GStreamer] 0.11 this week
Rewrite to use a different widget set and network library.
You should port Sojourner to Qt4!
Reimplement in an entirely different programming language.
Zeitgeist has been ported from Python to Vala.
Translate into a different data format.
Using Semantics3’s web crawlers, we were able to get hold of the data within a half hour, after which we spent a further half hour cleaning up the data and porting it to SQL.
January 4th, 2012 — Haskell, Lists
I have been experimenting with using Yesod to throw together a web application or two. My experience so far has been broadly positive—if you like computers to check things for you, I recommend it. That said, watching the full chain of dependencies fly past was moderately entertaining:
An excellent parser-combinator library, widely imitated. This wouldn’t be funny, except…
Another excellent parser-combinator library, inspired by parsec.
This defines a bunch of Unicode aliases for standard functions with boring ASCII names. Why write:
when you could write:
- utf8-light-0.4.0.1 and utf8-string-0.3.7
Two UTF-8 encoding libraries!
“In mathematics, a semigroup is an algebraic structure consisting of a set together with an associative binary operation. A semigroup generalizes a monoid in that there might not exist an identity element. It also (originally) generalized a group (a monoid with all inverses) to a type where every element did not have to have an inverse, thus the name semigroup.”
September 19th, 2011 — Lists
Lesser-used pronunciations of UI toolkit names
GNOME-related technologies which are also bands