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Developer Linux News for Sep 12, 2008

  • The A-Z of Programming Languages: Lua (Sep 12, 2008, 14:02)
    Computerworld: "Professor Roberto Ierusalimschy offers an in-depth examination of what he believes to be the most successful programming language not born in a developed country."

  • Evaluating Number Grids Using Perl On Linux Or Unix (Sep 12, 2008, 10:32)
    The Linux and Unix Menagerie: "Hopefully, you didn't give the brain-teaser too much effort if the answer didn't appear to you quickly. Like I said, I wasted a lot of time looking for suitable number sequences ( golden strings, etc ), but, in the end, found that I could reasonably deduce the most economical 8 out of 56 lists by just looking at them."

  • Speaking UNIX: More Shell Scripting Techniques (Sep 12, 2008, 07:32)
    IBM Developerworks: " How could someone make a more powerful editing tool than vi, you may ask? The answer is Vim, and this article provides details on the many enhancements that have made Vim a highly used and acceptable editor in the world of UNIX and Linux."

  • 64-Bit Linux, Is It Time? (Sep 12, 2008, 01:32)
    jeffanderson.us|Blog: "Among these is the availability of twice as many CPU registers as 32-bit hardware. This allows twice as much data to be processed without having to hit the caches or RAM."

  • Changing the URL of Your Sourceforge SVN Repository (Sep 12, 2008, 01:00)
    volatile int: "Sourceforge has done some huge updates and changes during the last couple of months... Today when I was doing some updates and fixes, I tried to call it a night and did the final touch: a commit. But for some reason I kept getting a '403' error, which means there is some security issue."

  • Akademy 2008 was Amazing (Sep 12, 2008, 00:02)
    KDE Dot News: "It has been a couple of weeks since Akademy 2008 finished. KDE's contributors are now back home, more enthusiastic than ever about our future. If you missed the talks videos are now online. This article covers what happened during the week and outlines some of the results."