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  1. A working logger

    So it took some work, and likely there are better ways to do this, but this logger satisfies my current needs in providing multiple levels of logging, and an iostream interface to make composing strings simpler. First some includes and definitions.

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <ostream>
    #include <boost/thread.hpp ...
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  2. Re-learning C++

    So lately I've been dusting off my C++ knowledge, experimenting with replacing a daemon written in Python on the product that I work on with one written in C++. For most Python programmers this may seem like serious masochism, but I wanted to know just how much harder it ...

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  3. Disabling Bash Completion

    The bash shell is the standard shell on most Unix-like systems. It is full of great features to make your life typing on a command-line fairly painless. One of the most important features for any command-line is the ability to reduce unneeded typing via smart completion. Say I want to ...

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  4. Why X11 still rocks

    For years now, I've heard from Linux developers about why the venerable X11 is an obsolete piece of crap that needs replacing. The Wayland project aims to do so, real soon now, kinda like Perl 6. It's a tough problem, so I can hardly complain.

    Still, when I ...

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