Monthly Archives: August 2006

SoC successes

The Dojo Foundation has been very lucky in having had so many supporters (Google, Mozilla, SitePen) and so many interested students and mentors for the summer internships. While some of them aren’t yet wrapped up, today’s announcement of the linker hitting trunk makes me want to at least give an overview of what’s been accomplished […]

Processing

As usual, Glen is ahead of everyone on this, but yesterday I got an overview of the Processing environment from the guys who wrote it, and it’s so freaking HAWT. It runs on the JVM, but it fixes most of the annoying issues of “where’s that jar file?” and “why do I need a class […]

Absorbing

On why Foo Camp really is all that.

CRM 114 on OS X

A quick note to my future self on getting CRM 114 to build and install on OS X. First, download the latest tarball to a suitable location (/tmp will do). Explode the tarball and cd into the TRE library directory inside of it, currently tre-0.7.4. Next, run: sudo ./configure –enable-static && make && make install […]