Notices for 28th August 2008 to 28th March 2008
Thursday, 28th August 2008
A random glance at the Geek Culture forums serendipitously drew my attention to a fantastic remake of the game Gorillas built using Flash. It’s pixel-perfect, sounds good, is Open Source, and runs on almost any desktop computer regardless of operating system. Hats off to Ricky Road for a sterling effort.
I’ve been inspired to update the Gorillas Deluxe manual in HTML for much easier digestion, and I have made a few improvements to it at the same time. The game itself remains the same for now, at version 2.2.
Saturday, 2nd August 2008
Jonathan Livni alerted me to the fact that Batch-RegEx, when told to process an entire folder, would end up processing the backup files it created too and then fall short of finishing the job. This fault is now rectified; while I was at it, I adjusted the program to report back on the relative path of items within folders to clarify which file the program is referring to.
Jonathan also reports a problem with global flags, but I’ve never experienced any such problem. I would be curious to know whether anyone else has experienced difficulties with them.
Friday, 28th March 2008
A new HTTP Werkzeug alpha out, which remedies a stupid bug where it would crash if the settings were not found (in particular, installing it onto a new computer) or, theoretically, if they were very outdated. I have also added support for the full range of redirect status codes, instead of merely the common ones of 301 and 302.