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On NewtonScript's Perform()

I’ve been playing with NewtonScript a bit in what little spare time I have, hence the previous posts on the subject. The eventual plan, of course, is to put together a few new packages for my MessagePad 2100, maybe even something useful to others, but in the meantime I just want to get comfortable with the language. For that, I’ve found playing with NEWT/0 to be the easiest, but, while the core is there, a number of the built-in functions are still missing.

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tools-osx 2011-06-02

I’ve updated my collection of Mac OS X command line tools with improvements to the trash tool:

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tools-osx 2011-02-25

There’s been a small addition to my collection of Mac OS X command line tools:

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tools-osx 2010-12-08

I’ve got a new release of my collection of Mac OS X command line tools for you, including:

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Announcing tools-osx

Ever since Mac OS X was released, I’ve found myself working via the command line more and more every year. While there are some native commands like open, pbcopy, and pbpaste with NeXTSTEP roots which help one switch back and forth between the CLI & GUI, I’ve always found a few gaping holes.

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'WebPositive emerges'

The first official build of WebPositive for Haiku is now out. Tthe primary developer, stippi:

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'Diving into WebKit'

It looks like the Haiku OS port of WebKit has gotten some serious traction as of late. We should be seeing WebPositive in the near future.

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"Google Chrome" Comic Book

I find it brilliant that Google went the route of a comic book to introduce and explain their new web browser project: Google Chrome.

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Sysmon Startup Item with Leopard Launchd Support

I’ve been sitting on, and tweaking infrequently, a launchd plist for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (and Server, of course) for launching the Sysmon daemon at boot and keeping it running. Well, it’s time to release it out into the wild, so without further ado:

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