A few Programs and Commentaries on Programs
Some day there might be something really useful here. Meanwhile,
there's one zip file with trivial code that fills a non-trivial gap in
the Java run-time: the lack of a getenv() method.
And there's a rant on a more obscure non-feature as well.
This is a minimal configuration control system for very small programming groups, currently in a so-called Beta version that is fully functional. It's mainly my personal gadget, but other people are welcome to try it.
Here's the announcement.
A Web Page Validator
Of course you get your Web pages checked against your favorite version
of the HTML standard, perhaps by
And even before uploading it to there, you may be checking with
And you spell-check it before that. But when the syntax is all valid,
do you go methodically through, clicking on every link to make sure
that each one is valid? No misspellings and no dead sites? Well,
neither do I. But this is the kind of thing
computers are for, no?
You might even be interested in its ability to
mirror data based on references in a base
file rather than on the directory structures.
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