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Posted 03-23-2009 at 06:48 AM byplumnut Updated 03-23-2009 at 08:04 AM byplumnut(spell error)
I am a chinese, worked in linux embeded field since 2007. I
am a freshman. I would like to share my experience with you and learn from you!
I will write down the problem I met in the development and record the process of fixing it.
The Advanced Packaging Tool, which has since been ported by Conectiva for use with rpm and has been adopted by some other distributions.The apt-get command is a powerful command-line tool used to work with Ubuntuís Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) performing such functions as installation of new software packages, upgrade of existing software packages, updating of the package list index, and even upgrading the entire Ubuntu system.
Posted 03-22-2009 at 05:39 PM byAGer (Void cries or bashing time)
I ran a speed microtest from the Net. Since I cannot understand the results, I should blog and forget.
As of writing, the microtest is at http://blog.dhananjaynene.com/2008/0...-jruby-groovy/. It is like an object orientation overhead test. I ran only Python and Ruby. The numbers are microseconds per iteration. I ran each test 3 times and wrote down the extreme values so that it is possibly to roughly estimate the accuracy.
Posted 03-22-2009 at 04:57 PM byAGer (Void cries or bashing time)
Subj! That is, if you want something done be ready to use the trial and error method. Or, if you think something is working, please double check. This weekend example follows.
Due to the nature of Windows, a development project often presents a choice between screwing up your PC or testing in the "user environment" prepared in a virtual machine. Normally I choose the second option. In this case I have Delphi, MySQL, and the necessary crap installed on a virtual disk and...