On 11/14/2009 9:06 AM, D1337'd wrote: > blitzbox should be up shortly however i may rename it blitzshare > (after rapidshare) to bring it more inline with its function > > test code is up at http://188.8.131.52/code or for you dns users > http://www.blitz.ano/code > > blitzboxd.py is nearly feature complete and only a few more code > changes are required, blitzbox hover is proof of concept and should > not be called directly (as its imported by the blitzboxd daemon.
> Hi guys: > > Looking for everyone's opinion on Source Code Control. > > I've used CVS and Subversion and have gotten around with those for some > years now. I'm looking into this... Distributed Version Control thing > and can't quite wrap my head around it.
don't know if anyone else has any of finds this interesting but i have one had to merge log data from several different servers from several different log files per server (with archived backups thrown in) into one large file for processing, my solution could do with some optimization but it was fun to write with an iterator design pattern
sounds simple enough but if you don't take long enough to think about it you end up writing allot of code
anyone else had interesting problems to solve such as the above?
D1337'd wrote: > just wondering if anyone has written a text editor before, especially > if you considered dealing with editing large (200MB+) files > > > i am also interested in hearing what you use to program in and what you > use to edit text and config files on a day to day basis. what features > you use and such > >