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Tag Archives: install
I’m writing some software that relies on a feature of GDAL (Geospatial Data Abstraction Library) in a more recent version than the one Ubuntu Lucid currently has in their repository. As I write the software on my desktop, I found out pretty quickly that I was using an old version of one of the commands (more specifically ogr2ogr and the clipping functionality). Thanks to this site for the initial tip, … Continue reading
I’ve been considering some development with Ruby and Rails. As I’ve used the Netbeans IDE before and liked it, I downloaded the Ruby version to give it a try. The main benefit here is that you can do a lot of things without the console. I can add models, scaffolds, migrate databases, and such with a few clicks. The current default install doesn’t have the most current version of “JRuby” … Continue reading
I recently finished working on a macro program where the software’s interface is COM. Everything worked great until I wanted to transfer the macro over to a test client computer. The program I was writing the macro for requires some registry entries, so I assumed that was all I needed to do. After about 2 hours of having issues I figured out how to get the macro working on computers … Continue reading