I often come across useful little tools where I think, I should try them later. But this “later” never happens… This should become a place where I collect these tools with reasons why I should really try them. Cool tools I already use
For JSON data, there are different mime-types floating around the web: At ruby-forum.com there is a nice discussion which points out, why it is best to use text/x-json. The already wide-spread application/json is not really correct as application is meant for data which can only be read after being processed. But as JSON is clear-text,… Read More »
Homepage: http://wxnet.sf.net/ wx.NET is a wxWidgets-wrapper for Mono. The compilation is not really straight-forward as one is used to.
Some channels for PEAR. Use this to add them: Unsupported protocol If you get the following error message, you have to refresh the channels pear.php.net and pecl.php.net: The easiest solution was found in the last post of a thread in the PEAR Forum:
Installation manual: mono-project.comForum: UbuntuForums.org The System.Windows.Forms.dll is contained in the mono-winforms2.0-cil package. The file resides in /usr/lib/mono/2.0/. To make it show up in MonoDevelop, you might have to create a file /usr/lib/pkgconfig/windows-forms.pc with the following contents: Afterwards you can add this as a Reference to your project in MonoDevelop.
Bazaar is a distributed versioning system. Homepage: http://bazaar-vcs.org/Tutorial: Bazaar in five minutes, Bazaar User Guide Most used commands Create local branch Create local repo Copy remote repo This copies the branch to your local directory. The two repos are still independent. Convert to checkout Connects to that repository so commits are always made on both… Read More »
According to various documentation, the cookie domain has to contain at least 2 dots for a browser to accept this as a wildcard cookie (e.g. .google.com) and use this for all sub-domains. So .foo.bar.com should work – should.Opera doesn’t like it and only accepts it domain-wide if there are exactly 2 dots in the domain… Read More »