I’m proud to announce my first WordPress plugin, “jQuery Table of Contents,” which inserts the lovely little table of contents you see on many of the pages of my website. It uses jQuery to inspect the content of your post or page and generate table of contents links based on the header tags. It’s easy,Continue Reading
Ideaworks edits most of its Perl using Emacs and stores that code in a Subversion repository. As the resident Emacs guru, I was recently asked by a coworker to write up some tips on using the Emacs psvn mode for doing integrated work on Subversion repositories and Trac.
I just got back from a 18 day trip to Israel and Palestine, and my classmate Dave’s SD card for his digital camera gave out right at the end of the trip. He gave me the card to try to recover the pictures, and I was pretty successful. Here’s what I did. I needed toContinue Reading
I’ve come across a little trick that isn’t complicated at all, but saves me a ton of time searching through CPAN. You can add a custom search shortcut that allows you to skip typing search.cpan.org, then typing your search term, replacing it with something as simple as p Search::Term in the address bar. To doContinue Reading