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ntobjx jetzt auch auf Deutsch

Wie schon im April erwähnt, hatte ich ntobjx als besseren quelloffenen Ersatz für WinObj von Sysinternals/Microsoft gestartet. Ich hab nun die Dokumentation ins Deutsche übertragen und seit gestern steht ein – wie immer mit Signatur versehener – Build bereit, welche … Continue reading

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Re: Object Manager Namespace Viewer

A few days ago I wrote about a ten year old Delphi project. It allows one to see the Object Manager namespace of an NT system. Meanwhile I have started working on a WTL implementation of a similar tool. I … Continue reading

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Object Manager Namespace Viewer

I compiled the tool “Object Manager Namespace Viewer”, somewhat of a WinObj clone, again today and put up a code-signed version for people to download from Bitbucket. The tool is sample code Marcel van Brakel and I wrote in 2005 … Continue reading

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Reminder

Visual Studio 2003 installation without prerequisite check. From the root of the installation media run: Setup\setup.exe /no_bsln_check

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Fully static build of tmux using libc-musl for Linux

Find a script that does the job here. It will download the source packages if they do not already exist and then unpack them into a subfolder of the current directory named tmux. Then it will one by one compile … Continue reading

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Git once again honors its name #2

Why is it that: $ git rev-parse –symbolic –branches gives me a perfectly parseable output when the more logical $ git branch -l gives me an extra “remark” ala: * (detached from v1.0.0)? The objective was to find out whether … Continue reading

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Git once again honors its name

So I created a bundle using git bundle create bundlename.bundle –all and when cloning from it I get loads of warning: unrecognized header …. Looking at the bundle file it’s obvious that data from the repository file contents has leaked … Continue reading

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Laughing out loud

This tells more about RMS than about Clang/LLVM which is a great piece of software. // Oliver

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What’s the hype about VS 2010 through 2013

Finally I’ve gotten around to work a bit more with those versions. They are nice with PTVS, but heck they’re unstable. I encounter frequent crashes and hangs with all of those versions as well as slowness compared to VS 2005 … Continue reading

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Refreshed the binaries for arrived, lsads and looklink, updates to looklink

You can download all of them on Bitbucket: arrived looklink lsads looklink now also understands “placeholder files” introduced with Windows 8.1 which are placeholders for files on a linked SkyDrive that are marked online-only. All executables are code-signed and a … Continue reading

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For anyone who uses premake4 and needs an up-to-date binary

A code-signed binary is included in the ZIP archive available here. All contents are signed using PGP as well, so they can be verified using the following command line (replace gpg for gpg2 depending on your version): gpg –verify signature.asc … Continue reading

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Re: Let us hope this pans out for the PSF

Great news: Settlement reached in Python trademark dispute

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Let us hope this pans out for the PSF

Read the article over here: Python trademark at risk in Europe: We need your help!. I really hope this backfires so hard that no one else will try similar things on well established names that have been spread by non-profit … Continue reading

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In which Hg repo is the hook getting executed?

REPOPATH=$(hg showconfig|sed -n ‘s/^bundle\.mainreporoot=//p’) Based on this, btw, I came up with the following hook in the hgrc file: [hooks] changegroup.bundlerepo = hg bundle -a $(hg showconfig|sed -n ‘s/^bundle\.mainreporoot=//p’)/.hg/bundled.hg The idea is to create a bundle with all revisions whenever … Continue reading

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Mercurial woes

Today I stumbled over an awkward issue. Pulling from a repo mounted read-only I always got: searching for changes adding changesets transaction abort! rollback completed abort: index [filename] is corrupted! where the filename would differ. First I tried downgrading my … Continue reading

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Tmux is great … (but how to build on Lucid Lynx?)

… only a few troubles to get it to build on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Basically you’ll want libevent2, which doesn’t come in the package repos, so fetch it from here. Then you obviously fetch the tmux source via tmux.sourceforge.net and … Continue reading

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Bitbucket not accepting StartCom CA

After contacting the Bitbucket support, I now know that they don’t support the StartCom CA. The apparent reason is that they use the stock CA certs supplied by Redhat (no version was specified in the response). It’s a bit annoying, … Continue reading

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Some of my stuff now also on Bitbucket

Find it via bitbucket.org/assarbad/. // Oliver

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Hope I got it right …

Here’s a little command line tool to retrieve the product key from a running Windows 8. It should also work on Windows XP through 7. I am releasing the code into the public domain. I hope I got it right, … Continue reading

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Rather balanced

Mercurial vs Git: Why Mercurial? Git vs Mercurial: Why Git? And more goodness follows here.

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