:: grepninjalog ::GrepNinja's weblog is a somewhat ordered collection of thoughts and resources mostly related to software engineering. It simply tracks what GrepNinja finds technologically useful, interesting, or amusing at some given point in time. Warning: high techno-geek factor!
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:: Friday, October 13, 2000 ::
iPAQLinux.com -- Put some Linux in your hand
handhelds.org -- Home Page
Greg Haerr's Microwindows and NanoGUI Page
Some *very* interesting designs for handheld devices: CEATEC Photos.
Open Directory - Computers: Data Formats: Markup Languages: XHTML and cHTML = Compact HTML are now possible competitors to WML for WAP, which appears to be undergoing a "redefinition," due to the competitive i-Mode technology now sweeping Japan.:: Thursday, October 12, 2000 ::
Moved GrepNinjaLog to http://cyberjet.tripod.com/grepninjalog/.
I am moving grepninjalog from http://employees.exobox.com/jtobler/grepninjalog/ to http://cyberjet.tripod.com/grepninjalog/. That will now be the official location. This older location will not be updated in future.:: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 ::
I just registered at WikiWeb. They have Wikis for Smalltalk, Pocket Smalltalk, Java, etc.
Welcome to Pocket Java(tm) -- under construction and references Pocket Smalltalk.
GCC Development Tools -- Here's what the Palm OS site says:PRC-Tools is a complete compiler tool chain for building Palm OSŪ applications in C or C++. It is free software. The PRC-Tools package includes patched versions of the GNU packages GCC, binutils, and gdb, along with various post-linker tools to produce Palm OS .PRC files.
PilRC is now at Aaron Ardiri's Site. "PilRC is an application that takes a resource script file and generates one or more binary resource files that are to be used when developing for the Palm Computing Platform. PilRCUI gives you a preview of your resource file.":: Tuesday, October 10, 2000 ::
JBuilder 3.5 Foundation for Linux Download -- "free download" but be sure to read the license.
Dwight Hughes Website -- Dwight is a serious Squeak Smalltalk programmer. Of particular note on his site, be sure to check out Part 4: The Implementation, Chapters 26-30 from the Blue Book -- Smalltalk-80: The Language and Its Implementation by Adele Goldberg and David Robson. This is rare and out-of-print material. Extremely important for true Smalltalkers!:: Monday, October 09, 2000 ::
Oracle Sales Online - Welcome -- This is a "killer app" free service that is causing some serious problems for the competition.