Thursday Mar 6
Pyped: command that pipes data from bash to Python, and vice-versa ================================================================= Pyped is a command-line tool that let you process another command output with a Python one-liner like Perl or AWK.
Package Management and Perl
Anyone who lived through the bad old days of compiling software from source on Linux remembers well the frustration of upgrading one package only to find that it breaks another.
Notepad++ (PortableApps.com) v6.5.4
Notepad++ is a free source code editor which supports several programming languages running under the MS Windows environment.
Web Console 0.9.5
Web Console is a web-based application that allows the user to execute shell commands on a server directly from a browser.
The Code Project
Reasons to abandon (and replace) QRegExp in your Qt project
Whilst working with it I discovered a major flaw, rendering it practically unusable for my purposes and another example of the fact that not even powerful frameworks are completely flaw-free.
The Code Project
Expresso - A Tool for Building and Testing Regular Expressions
While regular expressions are a powerful way to parse, edit, and replace text, the complex syntax makes them hard to understand and prone to errors, even for the experienced user.
For testing and comparison with the current 're' module the new implementation is in the form of a module called 'regex'.
I Never MetaCharacter
Lame title jokes aside, a metacharacter is a character that describes other characters.
National Vulnerability Database
NVD is the U.S. government repository of standards based vulnerability management data.
AnnoCPAN Recent Notes
This document serves to answer the most frequently asked questions on both the perl-ldap Mailing List and those sent to Graham Barr.
Q1: Is there a way to use this module with perl? A1: Yes, I do this myself. Install the python package as you normally would and import it into perl with Inline.pm and Inline::Python from CPAN.