Over the past two days, I've made 24 commits to my alpha branch of ChezWEB. For me, that's a whole lot. ChezWEB has come together really nicely for this first release, and I'm really happy with where the features are going. A Beta version
For those of you who don't know, I have been working on the next major version of ChezWEB (2.0), which is a complete rewrite of the old system, preserving the good things about the old system, while dropping and removing things that made life difficult or inconvenient.
I am pleased to announce the release of ChezWEB 1.3.0.The major changes here are the introduction of a new form to evaluate code for side effects during weaving, and finally, a solution to the ellipses annoyance in previous versions when defining macros inside of named chunks.Gopher
Update: Please see the latest happenings on Chezweb here: http://www.sacrideo.us/v5/proj/chezweb/I haven't talked about this yet, it appears, so I thought it would be worth mentioning here. I've released ChezWEB, which is a literate programming system for Scheme. I'
I just have to mention how nice it is to use Opera's Copy to Note feature. When composing or doing something on the web that I need to save, I can simply save it to a note, and it remains there as long as I need it. It&
Hello everyone,I know I promised that I would be back to blogging as usual in something of a short order. As it is now readily apparent, I have not exactly made that transition back into the digital world as smoothly as I ought to have made it. Nonetheless, here
Yes folks, I made my first wikipedia edit the other day. I do not know if it was all that good of an edit, but it was something. :)So what did I change? Well, on Wikipedia's List of Jabber Clients they had put that Spark and TipicIM were