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Wehlou: Code, Mathematics and books



Math, computing and medicine, out among the cows



Copyright: J. Martin Wehlou
 



RFE - source code now available

Sun, 4 Apr 2004 15:10:46 +0200

On request, I've posted the source code to the RSS Feed Editor.



Hania is Famous at Last

Sun, 28 Mar 2004 15:17:18 +0200

Hania was interviewed for regional radio and ended up with a nice, cute story on their website.



Place Phone to PC

Sun, 28 Mar 2004 15:18:15 +0200

The Ultimate (well, sortof) in long-distance multithreaded debugging. Have the customer's computer sing to you over the phone line.



I/O Completion Ports in Delphi

Sun, 4 Apr 2004 15:18:58 +0200

This isn't one of my own articles, I just wish it was. Kim Nevelsteen wrote this piece about how to do completion ports in Delphi 6/7. It's a well-written expose with good code in there.



ACM and IEEE/CS are good for you

Sun, 4 Apr 2004 15:19:28 +0200

Some months back I joined both ACM and IEEE Computer Society and I'm definitely a better human being now. Most won't notice, I guess. And you can take that any way you want to.



Forum RSS Feeds

Wed, 21 Apr 2004 23:58:14 +0200

I've added RSS Feeds to both my fora. These allow you to instantly see new posts in any public forum, including both subject and full body text. Things are only getting cooler.



Performance Counters in Delphi, sample project and article

Sat, 8 May 2004 15:19:40 +0200

Implementing performance monitors in your app is very helpful for profiling, debugging and general satisfaction of the more qualified endusers. It's also a non-trivial excercise, to put it mildly. Microsoft have done their part in making it obscure and hard to use, so naturally, we can't leave it alone, can we? This particular implementation only implements raw and delta counters, but that covers almost anything you'll ever need. The basis is there for other types of counters, though, such as instance based counters and high-precision. Both precompiled and full project source is available.



New RFE - many more editing commands

Tue, 11 May 2004 19:57:29 +0200

The new RSS Feed Editor has Wysiwyg editing using DHTML.

  • Bold, underline, italics
  • Edit in Wysiwyg or raw HTML or both
  • Link assist

I think you'll love it.




Sample of what RFE can do

Wed, 12 May 2004 15:23:11 +0200

With the new RFE, you can use the following in RSS descriptions:

  • bulleted lists
  • bold, italic and underline
  • tables
  • you can also do the following with lists:
    • subindents
    • numbered lists:
      1. either indented like this
      2. or the old regular way
  • whatever the wysiwyg editor doesn't do, you can just as easily do manually in the lower pane in raw HTML editing mode
  • you can do a lot, actually

You can use tables, with or without borders:

My Pricelist
RFE basic edition Many editing commands

Free

RFE less basic edition More commands and views that I haven't though of yet

No cost

RFE enterprise Uses the same commands to publicize your enterpise activities

Basically nothing yet

Possibly, while writing along like this, you can also indent text for quotes:

The amazing thing, he said, was how you could use RFE to more or less replace your entire web-site. So your users don't even need to surf to your site to get it in their face. If they then set their reader to poll your site every minute, you can easily exceed your bandwidth allowance and ruin both yourself and the Internet in no time, with minimal effort! What are you waiting for?

You can also include links, even "mailto's": martin




Now it adds pictures too!

Wed, 12 May 2004 23:05:11 +0200

See, ma, no hands!

(image) I can actually add in pictures now, using wysiwyg editing and no hands.