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DevNotes060310
04:56:00 May 23, 2006, Tuesday (PDT) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
RailsManuals
08:53:00 March 11, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevManuals
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06:40:00 March 11, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
RubyManuals
06:36:00 March 11, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
AjaxManuals
06:27:00 March 11, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LinksAboutDevelopment
10:46:00 March 4, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes060204
07:29:00 February 4, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LinksAboutRuby
18:04:00 January 24, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes060113
07:57:00 January 14, 2006, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
SplineFunctions
---+ B-Splines This is a description of a class of cubic spline functions that have the property that the endpoints of the curve will pass through the first and last control points, and will pass the interior control points. I've provided an implementation in ruby (see bottom of this page). ... elided ... The B are defined as: ... elided ... In practice you select a set of u and draw straight lines between them. By selecting the number of such points to be large enough (10 is more than enough for most applications) the curve will look good. This also says that you can pre-compute the B(u) and cache those values in a table, for better performance (it matters, believe me).
07:55:00 January 10, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
StatisticsLib
I've posted a . The source can be downloaded
08:59:00 December 29, 2005, Thursday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
RubyLanguage
08:49:00 December 29, 2005, Thursday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes050813
Another set of previously linked links, stored here as a reminder:
08:45:00 December 26, 2005, Monday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes051226
06:34:00 December 26, 2005, Monday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes051224
To generate rdoc documentation : ... elided ... To include unit tests in a source file : ... elided ...
14:16:00 December 24, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevLinks
10:52:00 December 11, 2005, Sunday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LinksAboutWebServices
10:52:00 December 11, 2005, Sunday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes051205
I can never remember how to update ruby gem, so here it is: ... elided ... While we're at it, here's how to update all gems : ... elided ...
09:24:00 December 5, 2005, Monday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LinksAboutAjax
11:11:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
TWikiIncludeTricks
The INCLUDE directive is documented at . Here are the main ways to use it: You can . That's how I do the pages - the RSS feeds at this site and also most of the content at : ... elided ... You can . You do this using the %STARTINCLUDE% and %STOPINCLUDE% directives on the included page. When defining skin templates you can , using the TMPL:INCLUDE directive:
10:08:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
AudioSoftware
---+ Audio Software ... see also: -- - 29 Dec 2002
08:40:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LanguageVarieties
.hide Links and information about a variety of programming languages. Not much here yet, but I need a placeholder and this is it. -- - 27 Aug 2003
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LanguagesTopics
---+ Topics in the Languages Category
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
QuinePrograms
---+ Quines A Quine is a 'self-producing' program; i.e. a program whose output is its own source code. For example, here's a quine written in Ruby: printf(s = 'printf(s = %c%s%c, 39, s, 39)', 39, s, 39) For a terrific discussion of quines, see . If that page is unavailable you can get a zipped copy of it . -- - 29 Dec 2002
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
VaultProgrammingLanguage
.hide The Vault programming language is being developed at Microsoft research as a safe variant of C. - at Microsoft Research. This is a variant of C with static type- and semantic-checking built-in. The goal is to get the runtime efficiency and flexibility of C, but with security and robustness guaranteed (or at least assisted) by the compiler. I hope that something useful and non-proprietary comes out of this. Unfortunately, syntactically Vault is explicitly attribute/predicate based, and looks like an odd cross between Perl and C#. For example, here's what the interface declaration for the write() function looks like:
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
VisualBasic
.hide Links to resources for VB programming - mostly for VB6. See for VB.Net links. -- - 06 Mar 2003
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
JavaScript
---+ javascript See also: -- - 29 Dec 2002
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
LanguagePages
---+ Languages Category This is the category page for programming language-related pages. -- - 24 Jun 2003
08:00:00 December 3, 2005, Saturday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
RubyCombinatorials
I've posted a .
11:09:00 November 6, 2005, Sunday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web
DevNotes050825
09:21:00 November 6, 2005, Sunday (PST) Source: The Brayden Software TWiki web