ruby: meant “you used some poor GCC compiler flags, my friend” [I think] and required a make clean to overcome [and removing the flags]
This for me meant [while installing mingw ruby] “try that download again your wireless is flaky”
So…running md5sum from within java on…1000′s of files eventually led to a java exception “too many open files”
fix: compute the md5′s internally
sudo apt-get install php5 php5-mysql
add to apache2 or httpd .conf
go there in browser [possibly add it to DNS first].
Ruby and Python despise strong types. I kinda like them
Adds a sense of security to your program. Like “I at least *think* this will work with all paths into my program.
But then how to be highly dynamic? eval-ing new closures left and right, etc., and still have them fit? I guess you recompile and recheck types each time. And apply a type to blocks, as well. And receive blocks only if they have certain types. Man that is hard and restrictive. Like
a = SomeClass
b = a.new
you’d have to be explicit about what b is and somehow runtime check it for workingness or what?
Anyway my wish would be for a strongly typed scripting language that’s as concise and useful as ruby and python. Groovy? Scala? Are these actually concise and useful as ruby and python are?
Though come to think of it, I suppose you could still analyze path information
Turns out you can’t use FileReader for reading in binary files. Go figure.
http://docs.hp.com/en/5992-1918/ch01s15.html says it all
you run jmap
against a running live process
jmap -dump:format=b,file=file pid
move the easy easy queries to C. As in “nice” C
So I got this in one console:
$ mt -f /dev/st3 rewoffl
and in another console [same user] it worked fine.
Appears that running it from within a “screen” command caused it to err.
go to httpd.conf and comment out any line that starts with CustomLog