Jan 22 2011

Setting up (or turning off) Jetty 7 Logging programmatically

Jetty, for all of its words of wisdom, namely “Don’t deploy your application in Jetty, deploy Jetty in your application.”, it seems to want to basically become a new Tomcat server. For instructions on how to do anything in Jetty, it will regale you with how you put it in some xml configuration file and […]

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Jan 14 2011

On RSSCMS

On RSSCMS “Alas, poor yoric, I knew him well” 1 I feel as though poor old rsscms never had a chance to really make its impact on the world, and now it is dead. Well, mostly dead – it is now version 2! Not that I ever released any of the code before – but […]

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Jan 7 2011

On The Native Mac File System

By default the Macintosh uses the Mac OS Extended (Journaled) filesystem as the default when installed (and indeed, when it comes fresh from the factory). Whilst this nice enough, as a developer and long time *NIX user I always prefer to use a case sensitive filesystem. This is particularly important when you are naming things […]

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Jan 6 2011

On Chrome Incognito Mode

Whilst it can be said that ‘Incognito’ Mode is best used for ‘nefarious’ browsing of the nether regions of the internet… I just discovered that it is the perfect cure for browser caching when in development mode. I am currently working on a brochure-ware site that is pure text and images, no interactivity needed. I […]

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