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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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http://www.aarontrevena.co.uk/

Working in Truro
Graduate with BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems and Networks
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Journal of TeeJay (2309)

Monday December 23, 2002
11:53 AM

productivity vs impossibility

[ #9608 ]
This weekend I managed to get a few hours work done on Autodia. No new release yet, but I have made a lot of progress.
  • the dia xml template has been updated to use the namespace properly
  • fixes in the way that method arguments are handled in PHP and Perl handlers means that PHP and Perl classes that previously resulted in Dia files that crashed dia now work.
  • I also managed to track down a lot of peoples problems that happen when arguments are specified in different orders
  • I organised the files and did make dist and tested the potential release installs correctly
  • I changed autodia to autodia.pl so that mac and windows users can use autodia on filesystems that are case insensitive
  • I tested the php handler some more
  • Lots of general housekeeping

I am very happy, and hope to add argument handling to the graphviz output soon. Then check all the handlers work against some testcode and check reported errors are now fixed.

so autodia is making very good progress - even if I haven't made a release in a long time, the next tarball will be well worth the wait, and I will also submit it to CPAN as well.

On the work front I have been having fun with the lightweight apache log parser module.

I have also been banging my head against the wall that is Windows Script Components and IIS/ASP. Trying to encrypt email without shelling out for digital certificates that require installation at a client site and registration on the server is impossible.

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