Category: python

  • xend xml parsing failure – solution

    I got this error when starting xend after a filesystem crash: [2011-12-09 11:05:04 5590] ERROR (SrvDaemon:349) Exception starting xend (not well-formed (invalid token): line 3, column 0) It sounded like an XML parsing error, but the stack trace in the log didn’t say which file it had loaded. It turns out that it was trying […]

  • IronRuby on OS X

    We had a visitor on #ironruby today asking for help getting IR running on his mac. I gave him the following directions, and they seemed to work aside from one glitch. I tested them on my wife’s mac, and it worked for me, too. Install Mono You can grab the Mono .dmg from go-mono.com. This […]

  • IRC logs for #ubuntu-us-wa

    Hello, google. I would like to introduce you to our chat logs. Chat logs, google. Google, chat logs. We will discuss things here such as Mono, GNOME and Debian. We may even use it to talk about work on the DLR project stuff.

  • Well, that was an eventful day!

    *whew* I did a bunch of things yesterday. We took our kindergärtner to her first Friday at her new school (and were about 10 minutes tardy. oops). We then took our toddler to a nearby playground with swings and slides and let her expend some energy. After she had been sufficiently exercised, we walked back […]

  • Randal Schwartz interviews Michael Foord about IronPython

    The FLOSS Weekly folks (including my homie, Randal) just published this week’s interview. It is with Michael Foord, who I just met a couple weeks ago. He published a book about IronPython. He mentions Mono, the DLR and IronRuby, too ;)

  • IronRuby stuff

    I’ve been doing some work with the DLR team at Microsoft and the community of F/OSS developers they’ve inspired on IRC & the mailing lists. I’m providing a virtual host that is being used to perform continuous integration on Debian sid. The current status is here: http://twitter.com/IronRubyCI Maybe we’ll make an IronPerl one of these […]

  • Perl 6 on the CLI via DLR; A summary

    My goal in attending this year’s Lang.NET Symposium was to determine whether the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) is a viable platform on which the Perl 6 language can be implemented.  During the talks, I took notes in my blog (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and on my wiki (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday). Since I’ve not historically been much […]

  • MySQL Meetup 2006/05/01

    Hannah, Scarlet and I attended the Seattle Meetup, since we heard Arjen was planning on being in town. We went to the normal location, but the owner told me they were closed due to their entire staff being involved in the civil rights march. We arrived to a table full of the regulars. Breadsticks, pizza, […]