October 13, 2011
The Problem When coding in Python, we need a way to store configurations and settings in a file, then be able to access them in the code. Our requirements for accessing these settings are: Simple to learn and use — We would like to target novice coders Easy to understand Hierarchical of settings References ConfigParserShootout […]
September 8, 2011
I have added to the Tcl Wiki a section on how to print out a keyed list. If you want to print out the contents of a keyed list, give it a visit, search for keylprint.
August 15, 2011
When I travel, I don’t want to bring chargers for both my iPhone and iPad. So, the question is, can the iPad charger charges my iPhone without damaging it? The verdict is yes, see the following article: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4327
August 12, 2011
Since the purchase of my iPhone4 last year, my BlueAnt Supertooth speaker has been forgotten … until now. The Supertooth is a handsfree speaker for bluetooth-enabled mobile phones. Since iPhone 4 has a speaker for handsfree conversation, I thought I would retire the Supertooth, which results in one less gadget to carry. However, after nearly […]
August 1, 2011
I was bored. My old laptop has been running Linux Mint for a while and now I want something different so I checked out BSD, PC-BSD to be more specific. In the past, I have been flirting with BSD several times, and ended up abandon BSD for Linux. This time is no exception. Before going […]
July 17, 2011
Many Tcl scripters know how to catch an exception, but not many know how to throw it. This wiki page shows how.
July 2, 2011
The Problem In Linux Mint, the default font and background color for tkcon is terrible. I want to change that to something easier to read. The Solution Here is my ~/.tkconrc, which fixes it by choosing a better font and background color: Discussion The default font in Linux Mint is terrible: it is hard to […]