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Semi-new code

2002-07-30 02:59:24+00 by Dan Lyke 9 comments

There's a bunch of new code, a stricter version of the HTML parser to catch some of the nesting errors the old one let through, but primarily a clean-up of a bunch of code to give the Flutterby content management system an install script which should improve performance, and maybe actually now let another person or two install it. Still a little work to do there, but the ferry ride is productive. Anyway, if you see problems post bug reports here or email me. Thanks.

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#Comment made: 2002-07-30 14:10:16+00 by: Diane Reese

There are a whole lot of children being outputted for data over there in the comments. Is this a manifestation of the new code? (Took me a few minutes to mull over the comment, "Outputting children for data" -- I wondered what pithy thing that was shorthand for. Until I noticed that gee, *everyone* was saying it today...)

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 14:43:21+00 by: Dan Lyke

Thank you. Apache hadn't yet reloaded a module that I'd munged up for debugging, then fixed.

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 16:39:05+00 by: TC

So I supposed Dan the misanthrope of mini-peoples killed all these children? hmmm ...hmmmmm? I know for a fact he has daemons enslaving children.

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 16:48:17+00 by: Dan Lyke

Didn't kill the children, just shut them up.

And... well... I was going to protest the second count based on them all being daemon children, but... well... if all children are demons I guess that doesn't narrow it down.

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 16:56:35+00 by: TC

so you only niced them? I tried it with mine but it didn't work

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 17:01:39+00 by: Dan Lyke

No, you either have to remove their print statements, or redirect their output to /dev/null. Virtual duct-tape, if you will.

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 17:04:55+00 by: Dan Lyke

I guess I should add that the problem Diane was experiencing above came from me failing to... *cough*... restart their parents.

#Comment made: 2002-07-30 17:49:30+00 by: Diane Reese

And from personal experience, I can assure you that restarting the parents can sometimes be very difficult after redirecting the children.

#Comment made: 2002-08-02 04:01:23+00 by: Mark A. Hershberger

Where's the code?