Using what I have learned in the last few days about ‘parse’ in Red, I have improved the Logo interpreter from the last post, so that it now supports procedures.
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I have made a little “port” of a logo interpreter I wrote in Rebol some time ago. Back then I did it to try and understand how parsing works in Rebol. Now I just wanted to have some fun with Red, since it has a GUI as of the 0.6 release.
At our client we recently went live with a solution that incorporates SAP PI. At the time we did not have TREX set up to be able to perform searches on messages. (And at the time of writing we still don’t, but we should have it soon). So as a stopgap measure, I developed a solution that uses Elasticsearch to index payloads and allows you to search them.
I am busy doing a little proof-of-concept solution to produce a mobile app using a BSP application as a container. In concept, this sounds easy, but there are always snags that slow down the development process, particularly trying to test AJAX calls to a remote server from a locally hosted app.
I was going to title this post “Three days, three distros” or “Three distros in three days”, but that is not half as captivating. Indeed, as the would-be titles suggest, this is about switching distros (again). After running for a while on Linux Mint 10, I decided it is time to upgrade. (more…)
Not only does running your own Linux Server make you feel like a big man, but like having a towel in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, it will make everyone else think you’re a hoopy frood. Moreover, it’s a great way to learn Unix on the side. In this first installment of a two-part series, I will show you how to install Ubuntu Server in VirtualBox on a Windows XP system.