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:: Friday, May 05, 2000 ::
This is Eric S. Raymond (ESR's) site for Jargon File Resources. Esr writes that this site is "as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets."
Here are some of the Georgia Tech students' results: Newspaper Sharing - Spring 2000.
Squeak students at Georgia Tech faced the following challenge: Spring 2000 Project Assignment Description.
David N. Smith's Squeak Page - Many useful goodies, including an printf()-like Formatter for Squeak, a TT800 Random Number Generator, a HangMan game, code for filing IBM Smalltalk applications into Squeak, code for hiding and showing automatic updates in a Change Set Browser, etc.:: Thursday, May 04, 2000 ::
Here is the lxr cross-reference of Linux Source Code.
Linux Cross-Reference (lxr) is a new utility for viewing and cross-referencing relatively large CVS code repositories.:: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 ::
Here are the main links for the CVST Project sites:
XML.Smalltalk.org Main Page - "Enhancing all versions of Smalltalk with XML."
A Swiki page was started for an investigation into using the new M$-sponsored SOAP XML RPC protocol with Squeak.
More on Jabber, today. First, a list of indexes to various Jabber Archives:
Here are some references on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), an XML-based spec for communicating with wireless devices such as appropriately equipped cellular telephones.:: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 ::
An interesting advanced tutorial Squeak project: Squeak as Web Server.
Well, after looking at some small archive files, I've decided to archive monthly. Just changed the setting.
Look at this again; it's a port of the SUnit testing framework for Squeak.
I just changed the number of days to display on the main page from 14 to 30. I'm still archiving weekly.
I needed to answer a post about Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine and found a Java Applet Emulator for the Analytical Engine.
The W3C's Introduction to HTML 4 contains a good description of URI's.
What Is...a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) (a definition)
Uniform Resource Names (URN) Progress Report
Purveyor Administrator's Guide - Uniform Resource Locators
rfc1630 - Universal Resource Identifiers in WWW: A Unifying Syntax.
And this: Web Naming and Addressing Overview (URIs, URLs, ...).
Today I'm researching URI's and URL's a bit so we'll be looking at sites like this: URI::URL - Uniform Resource Locators (absolute and relative).