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Many people know from their own experience that it's not easy to install an Apache web server and it gets harder if you want to add MySQL, PHP and Perl. XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP and Perl. XAMPP is really very easy to install and to use - just download, extract and start. At the moment there are four XAMPP distributions: XAMPP for Linux The distribution for Linux systems (tested for SuSE, RedHat, Mandrake and Debian) contains: Apache, MySQL, PHP & PEAR, Perl, ProFTPD, phpMyAdmin, OpenSSL, GD, Freetype2, libjpeg, libpng, gdbm, zlib, expat, Sablotron, libxml, Ming, Webalizer, pdf class, ncurses, mod_perl, FreeTDS, gettext, mcrypt, mhash, eAccelerator, SQLite and IMAP C-Client.
TortoiseCVS This picture was generated from the TortoiseCVS source code on 23 Feb 2002. The arrows represent a dependency by one module of the code on another module. TortoiseCVS.pdf You can inspect a graph and find where there are unnecessary dependencies. This might be because of a forgotten #include , or because there is a straightforward way to rewrite the code without the dependency.
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This open-source application maps the information that your iPhone is recording about your movements. It doesn't record anything itself, it only displays files that are already hidden on your computer. Download the application Read the FAQ
A weekly series from the Ruby Masters We’re excited to launch a new interview series on the RL blog – “ Path to Ruby Mastery ” – by top trainers and developers in the Ruby community , from across the globe. The interview series will provide insight and commentary from these notable Ruby trainers and developers, with the goal of facilitating and providing answers to the questions Ruby beginners face. We welcome your suggestions for interviewees and questions. Look for a new post every Tuesday!
Hiring smart software developers is not easy. If you're not careful you might end up hiring a bunch of moronic mandrills, like I did last year. And you don't want that. Trust me. Stand-up meetings are very hard to do in a tree.
Written by Sean McColgan on September 22, 2010
The open source community is vibrant, continually growing, and just loves to create applications and tools to make lives easier. Here are 50 of our favorite open source apps that help us do everything from managing pictures on our computer to learning about Jupiter and Mars. Chandler – An information management application for personal use or small group collaboration. Includes integrated calendaring, data organization tools, and allows backup and data sharing via web access.
Overview Google's Summer of Code is an opportunity for students to essentially "intern" at an open source project for a summer. Every year, students are given the opportunity to apply to a project and are paid for their time. Review Board is currently participating as an organization that students can apply to, and by offering hosting for other open source projects. More Information Hosting Summer of Code Projects
If you use Gmail as your email backend but prefer a good old-fashioned desktop email client for handling your day-to-day email, you're probably aware that many clients—like Outlook or Mail.app—don't play that nice with Gmail. Here's how to fix that. While Thunderbird no longer needs any extra work to become the ultimate Gmail IMAP client , mail clients, such as Mail.app or Outlook, do not exhibit normal behavior when using Gmail's servers.