TortoiseSvn Cache puts icon overlays in explorer, but kills disk perf.
You can optimize the paths it looks at so it only looks at working copies and not your whole disk.
Reflexil is an assembly editor and runs as a plug-in for Lutz Roeder’s Reflector. Reflexil is able to manipulate IL code and save the modified assemblies to disk. Reflexil also supports ‘on the fly’ C#/VB.NET code injection.
The answer is “No, not in any supported way”. If you’re a responsible upright citizen, you’ll stop reading now. So, what kind of a cowboy hacker are you anyway?
Along with the bbc’s “The Trap”, this is one of the simpler explanations of what’s happening today.
I love this. A treatise on the structure of unix turns into a scifi mystery.
a website dedicated to preserving and showcasing Graphical User Interfaces
too bad it hasn’t been updated in a year.
Watch video files while you are downloading them! GOM has a registered patent for playing broken AVI files and files that are still being downloaded.
rulesPlayer is a GUI for MPlayer under Windows, written in D and DWT. rulesPlayer supports most popular media files
SMPlayer is a new multimedia player, it uses the award-winning MPlayer as engine, so it’s able to play the most known video & audio formats without the need of external codecs.
SMPlayer is available for Windows and Linux.
Before or after you’re sharing your own code as open-source, you might find yourself itching to fix someone else’s code. Here is how to do it.
Great summary of the need for data rights. I’m looking at YOU facebook!
Flash implementation. Removes the least significant bits of images when resizing, compressing it by important pixels. You lose spacing, but it’s better than cropping….
I use google reader and it just told me the following:
From your 186 subscriptions, over the last 30 days you read 4,589 items, starred 12 items, and shared 10 items.
So that’s why I guess I’m reading fewer books than I used to…
Bad news first. My cat is wasting away and it is very sad.
Lots more that is good news. My team’s project at work nears completion. We are in the final crunch of testing and bugfix.
Sam’s brother Roger and his family have moved to New York from London. That’s great as they are fun to hang out with.
I’ve been whacking away at learning Ruby on Rails for a while now. I’ve read a good bit of the skateboard book, and have been hacking away at a site while I ride the subway to work and back. On labor day I put my new scuba dive logging website into production. As I’m getting this thing going, I’m amenable to any good suggestions folks have.
What should the name be?
What features are missing?
Right now, you can log dives. You can see your profile and some statistics for you. This is my scuba profile. Come to think of it, there’s another change I can make right there. The url for a profile should be domain/User/username – is there any reason to have this show business?
Go ahead and create a login and play around. Don’t count on your data being there tomorrow, but it probably will be. I’ll be adding in a way to export your dives back out, add more details in about your dives, etc. Anything in the PADI standard dive log book should be an available field shortly.
Erm. That’s it for now, I’ll let you know when more useful things are added.
I’m off to vegas on thursday for my friend Atari’s bachelor party. Expect no tales and no blogging for a bit.