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Py65 0.4 Released

Sun, 07 Jun 2009 06:07:56 +0000

Py65 0.4 has been released. Py65 provides tools for simulating hardware based on 6502-like microprocessors. Here are the highlights of this release: We now support an additional microprocessor simulation: the 65C02. While still a work in progress, it is fairly complete and quite usable. It is based on the W65C02S microprocessor from the Western Design […]

Supervisor 3.0a7 Released

Mon, 25 May 2009 00:09:57 +0000

Supervisor 3.0a7 has been released. You can either easy_install it or get it from For the very long list of additions and fixes in this release, please see CHANGES.txt.

Horde/Routes 0.4 Released

Wed, 04 Mar 2009 18:00:40 +0000

Horde/Routes 0.4 has been released. Horde/Routes is a URL mapping system for PHP 5 that provides classes for mapping URLs to the controllers and actions of an MVC system. Learn more at the project website or this presentation. This version includes a new utility class, Horde_Routes_Printer, a debugging aid that can print out a summary […]

Hide Inline Offers on Citi Card Activity

Sat, 27 Dec 2008 22:43:27 +0000

Citi® Account Online recently revamped their credit cards website. It’s much nicer than the previous version except for one annoying addition. When viewing your account activity, it now shows yellow offers inline with the transactions: My account activity typically shows two or three of these offers and I find them very distracting when trying to […]

PyWorks 2008 Slides

Sat, 15 Nov 2008 22:45:51 +0000

Slides from my PyWorks 2008 talks are now available. This conference was shared with php|works and I enjoyed this format. It was great to see many of my Python and PHP friends at the same event. Thanks to everyone who attended my talks. Py65: Microcontroller Simulation with Python Download Slides (PDF) This talk introduced the […]

Py65 0.1: Introducing Py65Mon

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 05:17:07 +0000

Py65 0.1, a 6502 microprocessor simulator written in Python, has been released and is available on the Python Package Index (PyPI). You can now easy_install it: $ easy_install py65 Py65Mon Since my initial announcement of Py65, there have been many bug fixes and unit tests added. The most noticeable addition is a new machine language […]

PHP Temporary Streams

Sat, 18 Oct 2008 01:17:13 +0000

It’s been a while since David Sklar called out to let a thousand string concatenations bloom. That discussion produced some entertaining suggestions for putting strings together such as using preg_replace and calling out to MySQL with SELECT CONCAT. Here’s an approach that uses filesystem functions. When combined with some lesser-known PHP streams functionality, it has […]

Commodore LCD Firmware

Sat, 04 Oct 2008 08:03:31 +0000

The files below are EPROM images from Bil Herd‘s prototype Commodore LCD. kizapr-u102.bin sizapr-u103.bin sept-m-13apr-u104.bin ss-calc-13apr-u105.bin lcd-char-rom-u16.bin (Added Dec 7, 2016) Download all the ROMs as a single archive: Download the prelim spec: commodore-lcd-preliminary-spec.pdf (Added May 15, 2012) Download more specifications: (Added Mar 11, 2017) I’ve always been curious about this machine so […]

PHP Developer Best Practices

Tue, 16 Sep 2008 18:01:24 +0000

Matthew Weier O’Phinney and I gave a tutorial session at ZendCon 2008 this year titled “PHP Developer Best Practices”. The tutorial touched on source control, coding standards, testing, documentation, and more. The slides are now available in PDF format. We were located in Hall B of the Santa Clara Convention Center, which is a very […]

Applying Ruby’s Blocks

Tue, 09 Sep 2008 19:20:35 +0000

Not long ago, we took a look at the basics of Ruby Block Scope. When you’re first getting started with Ruby’s blocks (closures), little things like that can be frustrating. Blocks can seem so foreign that you might be tempted to think that they’ll make your code more difficult to read or understand. Once you […]