There was a snag in the KookBook 0.2.0 release, and 0.2.1 is available. Get it here: kookbook-0.2.1.tar.xz Btw, anyone can tell me the purpose of
git archive --prefix=foo/
When would anyone use the former?
I got a bit traction on KookBook and decided to fix a few bugs, mostly in the touch client, and add some features. Get it here: kookbook-0.2.0.tar.xz KookBook is now also available in Debian, thanks to Stuart Prescott KRecipe converter…
Continuing in Aurelien Gateau‘s release month, where I recently joined in with Kookbook, I’m now also following up with Kolorfill, an app I also described in the past. It is a simple flood filling game written using the amazing Kirigami…
Release Time A little while ago, I blogged about an application I was writing for my cooking recipes. I have now gotten to a point where I will declare it version 0.1. The release can be found on a KDE…
So, it has been a busy week of Qt and KDE hacking in the beautiful city of Vienna. Besides getting quite some of the Viennese staple food, schnitzel, it was an interesting adventure of getting smarter. Getting smarter about making…
Once again, I got surprised by the 80 bit x87 FPU stuff. First time was around a decade ago. Back then, it was something along the lines of a sort function like:
bool operator (const Value& first, const Value& second) const
double valueFirst = first.amount() * first.value();
double valueSecond = second.amount() * second.value();
return valueFirst < valueSecond;
With some values, first and would be…
This week I have been gathered with 38 KDE people in Randa, Switzerland. Randa is a place in a valley in the middle of the Alps close to various peaks like Matterhorn. It has been a week of intense hacking,…
So quite some time ago, I filed this. After some going back and forth, it lead to this. And finally we have a conclusion. It took only two years, but now we are there. Let’s continue make Debian rock.
The other day, the main talk was “Lets encrypt”, today it was “Let’s reproduce”