Category Archives: Software

tcl-dox patches

Jochen Keil emailed me a bunch of patches for tcl-dox. I’m not maintaining tcl-dox anymore but hopefully the patches can help people.

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Tcl-dox 0.8.3 Available

0.8.3 is my final release. I am no longer maintaining tcl-dox. It started as a fun experiment but I’ve lost interest. Tcl-dox is highly error prone and difficult to maintain because it is based on regular expressions. I may work … Continue reading

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Rockbox Rocks

More than a month ago I tried out Rockbox, an open source mp3 player firmware.  I’ve been very happy with it. 

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Symantec Backup Agent for Linux

At work I administer a few Linux servers. I’m a long time Debian user who has rarely been disappointed by the distribution. As such I have Debian on the machines I administer. The company has chosen to use Symantec’s Backup … Continue reading

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Tcl-dox 0.8.2 Available

Well, I’m embarrassed! I let some embarrassing bugs make their way into the 0.8 and 0.8.1 release of tcl-dox. This release fixes a crash related to an uninitialized variable as well as the handling of namespaces. The latest release is … Continue reading

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Tcl-dox 0.8.1 Available

A new version of tcl-dox has been released. This version fixes a number of issues and has a few enhancements. Code was contributed for handling arrays. A bug where identifiers with underscores weren’t handled correctly has been fixed. Tcl code … Continue reading

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Sync Kolab

Sync Kolab is an add-on for Thunderbird that synchronizes your address book as well as calendar data. The calendar features are optional and only available if you use the Lightning add-on (I do not). You can store your address book … Continue reading

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