April 5th, 2012
I find myself often in the situation, where I need to load a particular Python file as module.
December 7th, 2011
… I realise that, but things have been crazy busy, and since we moved and the (ever so) long commute is now history, I didn’t get to write much the past months. This will change, but for now, just a quick reminder on how to contact me:
April 13th, 2011
Last part of this series, let’s wrap up the details of the server and
exception handling, plus some other small details.
April 11th, 2011
Let’s have a look at the client implementation. On the client side, we mainly
use two objects to communicate with the server: the client object and
the attribute wrapper object.
April 8th, 2011
Over the years, I’ve stumbled across the need of a simple, yet effective RPC system in Python. I’ve used CORBA in a C++ application before that was steered over Python, and that worked alright, but I’ve often needed something simpler, and a bit less elaborate in it’s setup and configuration. I want to document here what I came up with.
April 6th, 2011
Another little bit of
vim configuration I wrote, this bit of code helps me to re-size a
vim process running in a terminal.
April 4th, 2011
A while back, I was tasked with automating a very lengthy installation
process, which consisted of downloading a big number of open source packages,
configuring, compiling and installing them. Being the programmer I am, I
ended up writing a sort of bash library with functions that made it easier to
write and maintain such installation scripts. The installation scripts are
easy to read and most of the tedious, repetitive work is done under the hood.
in Unix Tools
April 1st, 2011
A little bit of Python code to catch the output of a sub-process life, print it out to another file object and at the same time cache it for later. Useful for start-up scripts.
March 30th, 2011
In the last of this short series about my Maya Utilities code, I want to look
at how it all comes together, how I use it on a daily basis, and share the
code with you.
March 28th, 2011
The last module in my current Maya Utils collection,
deals with files and projects, and shows off a slightly more complex button.