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Friday Q&A 2009-11-20: Probing Cocoa With PyObjC at 2009-11-21 02:44
It's another Friday and time for another Friday Q&A. This week, fellow Amoeba Jeff Johnson suggested talking about using Cocoa from the command line using Python and PyObjC.
Unicode Comments Support at 2009-08-22 20:55
As some of you are aware, my comment system did not support non-ASCII characters. This is not because I am unaware that there exists a world outside of the United States. No, it's simply that I could never force the horrible combination of Python and MySQL to cooperate when it came to non-ASCII characters. I struggled with it for a long time, and finally gave up. Well, I'm happy to say that I have finally solved the problem and my blog now supports Unicode comments!
A Tool for Editing Version-Controlled Bundles at 2008-02-09 21:31
If you're like me, you sometimes have to edit
rtfdfiles which are under version control, and it's painful. TextEdit and Xcode will blow away the version control directory (if you use the sort of version control which keeps directories in everything) and it's annoying to work around it. I finally got fed up enough to write a script which works around it for me.
Using FileMerge with subversion at 2005-07-06 00:00
I was introduced to subversion about a month and a half ago, and have generally found it to be wonderful, and a vast improvement over CVS. I won't get into the details, because I'll just sound like every other person out there who has switched to svn and then raved about it, so you can just look up somebody else's blog post on the subject. One thing I did miss, however, was the ability to open diffs in FileMerge.