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The grapes of…

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According to Andreas Berl’s “Lines of Code Wichtel”, I have

  • 133 files (including *.html, *.phtml, *.js, *.css, *.php, *.ini)
  • 25575 lines of code (including code, comments, empty lines)
  • 12292 lines of pure code
  • 7445 empty lines
  • 5838 lines of comments

A separate documentary is available in the wiki. It’s far from complete, but count another 1000 lines of pure doc to it.

My subprojects (Livegrid, Youtubeplayer) are ...

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O’zapft is!

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O’zapft is!

Sers! The Oktoberfest started yesterday here in Munich and I’m happy to be in town just right now. The city is overfilled with women wearing traditional Dirndls, while men chose to wear their Lederhosen. Lots of drunk people near the Theresienwiese, but that’s just part of the worldwide biggest fair. I’m going ...

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introducing cudgets.widget.ListSelectionModel

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A ListSelectionModel represents an interval of selections. A selection itself has two properties: index and selected. The index is a numeric value that points to a position in the interval and selected provides information about the state of the index in the selection-interval: true for selected, otherwise false.

Speaking of GUI, ListSelectionModels are needed when a set of items (a List) is available that allows a user to select/deselect any range of items.

A good programmer (who’s into design ...

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fighting the spill

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More than a year ago I was digging deep in the sources of the Java-like GNU Classpath, trying to find a way to adopt the MVC Pattern they are using. Despite all the hassle with translating and substituting objects, methods and functionality (have you ever taken a look at the ...

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announcing beta release of cucua

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Cucua

After some work on reorganizing the package structure and tuning the project guidelines, Cucua has now it’s first 0.1.0 release, available in /trunk.
Of course there are still some classes missing, but if you want to have a clue on how Cucua works this is a fine place to start.
You can find the phpDocumentor created API-docs here, and API-docs generated by doxygen here. And don’t forget to visit ...

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there is no spill! there is no spill!

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I bet most of you know those days where hacking your software goes just fine until you expect a minor feature to cause huge problems. It happened to me on saturday when I wrote the layout manager for my javascript empowered table widget. The architecture will be similar to JTable found in the Java/GNU Classpath API – their idea of the separation between the data model and the view/controller is easy to understand, yet powerful.
Since working with ...

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cucua cowiki set up

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Cucua

You can find the (incomplete) coWiki over at http://www.cucua.org
Do NOT rant about lexical/syntactical errors, as I haven’t had the time to beautify the content yet ;)

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