Search:

Type: Posts; User: DanielWaterworth; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    17
    Views
    930

    Re: Can I create web apps in Python?

    I'd recommend you use wsgi instead of mod python. mod python reloads the interpreter for every request. It's much faster to use wsgi.
  2. Replies
    8
    Views
    588

    [SOLVED] Re: Indexing

    I recently came across Tokyo Cabinet which describes itself as the new DBM. If you ever want to work from disk then I'd recommend it. http://fallabs.com/tokyocabinet/
  3. [SOLVED] Re: linux/programming newbie: languages to learn for dynamic website design?

    People who know me would be surprised to hear that I'm not about to say something along the lines of "you should be using python and anything else is the spawn of satan".

    I think it's more...
  4. Replies
    14
    Views
    2,395

    Re: Machine Learning - how to begin?

    I started to learn about unsupervised machine learning as a hobby. It was after I saw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyzOUbkUf3M that I started to make interesting things. Learn about hopfield nets,...
  5. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,599

    Re: Processor Load Balancing Cluster

    I haven't tried it, though I've been meaning to. Kerrighed looks pretty good. You can run any program designed for a SMP. http://www.kerrighed.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
  6. Replies
    9
    Views
    415

    Re: structure declaration question

    Yes, I agree, typedef'ing ptrs is annoying (and should be an error in my opinion), but typedefs in general can be very useful when used right.
  7. Replies
    6
    Views
    332

    [SOLVED] Re: Python weird list feature (bug?)

    what you are suggesting is a bug is one of the key principles of python.
  8. Re: UTF-8 in PERL source stops code running

    congratulations, remember to set the thread as solved.
  9. Re: UTF-8 in PERL source stops code running

    I'm also using a british installation of ubuntu and it works fine for me.

    First off, the problem isn't with perl. I'm fairly sure that it would work for you if you copied and pasted this quotation...
  10. Re: Programming languages in other than English

    This is a common query. there are varies projects that make adaptations to languages for the purpose of localisation. http://www.chinesepython.org/cgi_bin/cgb.cgi/english/english.html for example,...
  11. Replies
    9
    Views
    415

    Re: structure declaration question

    the first thing to understand is that structs are just types so you can create a variable like this:



    struct {
    int a;
    } some_var;


    although structs are usually typedef'ed before...
  12. Re: A Question about character encoding

    sure it's possible, a file is just a blob of binary. I'm not sure that text editors would recognise it though. Why not just encode the whole thing in utf8?
  13. Re: Python weird behavior with arrays

    I ran the code and got 5 in python 2.6.5 and python 3.1.2.
  14. Replies
    6
    Views
    614

    Re: glRotatef etc

    I think (somebody correct me if I'm wrong) that raster operations are used for thing like rendering UIs, things that are stationary on the screen and aren't affected by lighting. It's simply writing...
  15. Replies
    6
    Views
    614

    Re: glRotatef etc

    I think gl pixel operations write directly to the video buffer. You'll need to put a texture on to a polygon for it to be affected by the transformation matrix AFAIK.
  16. Re: Anyone have any experiences to share with "Alternative" Python Web frameworks ?

    I do. I started out in Django and found it limiting, so I branched out. I didn't like pylons' use of global variables so I steered clear and eventually made my own framework from pre-built components...
  17. Replies
    2
    Views
    247

    Re: OpenCV help please...

    http://opencv.willowgarage.com/documentation/python/index.html

    A quick google search will help you find more information.
  18. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,207

    [SOLVED] Re: OpenCV help urgent!

    are you sure that you're trying to initialise the right camera (video device 0)?
  19. Replies
    7
    Views
    3,207

    [SOLVED] Re: OpenCV help urgent!

    Have you been able to capture video before with this camera or is this your first time trying in linux? can you view the video stream in vlc? is there another camera you can try with? I've always...
  20. Re: Already know ruby. Any point in learning python?

    I think you should learn any language you feel like learning. Don't learn languages just because other people are learning them, learn new languages because they solve a problem that you can't solve...
  21. Replies
    4
    Views
    288

    Re: Javascript to view Gmail

    Can you not just create an iframe with the iGoogle widget in it?
  22. Replies
    4
    Views
    288

    Re: Javascript to view Gmail

    is this javascript on an external domain or javascript run in the browser (ie like greasemonkey). If it's the former, what you're essentially trying to do is a csrf attack and hence you're not going...
  23. Re: Using Etag as Session - Comments Needed Please

    session cookies are just regular cookies, they can be written to disk in exactly the same way, but usually they won't because they'll be set to expire at the end of the browser session. SSL is the...
  24. Re: Using Etag as Session - Comments Needed Please

    don't do this, it may work some of the time, but there will be caches that won't play nice with it. Cookies are designed for sessions, why not use the tried and tested route.
  25. Replies
    9
    Views
    629

    Re: Cookie troubles in PHP

    If it was developed in python, it would be easiest to use python for the web app. cgi is deprecated, wsgi is the future (and the present). If you need login I'd suggest using Django, it's not the...
Results 1 to 25 of 209
Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4