It now supports paste deletion. Only via web rendered properly for now.
Inb4 feature creep.
This blog has been updated to WordPress 3.5. Initial impressions:
- everything is less rounded now
- Twenty Twelve (the new theme) sucks for following reasons:
- uses custom font: causes this blog unreadable until fonts are loaded (at least in chrome)
- image header: positioned below navigation menu (and the header text is above the menu)
- no more search bar in navigation menu
- the new media uploader looks useful
Overall there isn’t much change (what should I expect here) but the new theme sucks. At least to be used on this blog.
With my move to a better VPS, I changed some things on 0paste:
Worked quite well and much easier to maintain.
I decided to mess around with Zeropaste and added some “features”:
- Show paste in plaintext (fixed width) and Markdown
- Allows displaying paste in fixed width instead of full/auto
- Setting mode and width based on url
- Automatically updating url based on selected mode and width
0paste.com has been updated accordingly, including Rubinius 2.0.0rc1.
Now you can read glopping Asuna in convenient fixed width markdown (NSFW).
I decided to get a domain for it because of :reasons:. Anyway, the old ones from p.myconan.net is still accessible (it’ll redirect to new url at 0paste.com). Donations welcome.
Also because the world needs yet another pastebin. This one is running on Rubinius using Puma, by the way. Four threads with awesomest possible caching for showing pastes.
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Windows 8, just like Windows 7, has Control Panel interface to disable UAC. There’s difference though: disabling UAC via Control Panel in Windows 8 doesn’t fully disable UAC. You can check it by launching Command Prompt: in Windows 7, you’ll get administrator command prompt (the signs are “Administrator: Command Prompt” window title and default directory at %WINDIR%System32) while in Windows 8, you’ll get normal command prompt.
Also reported here (complete with “fix”).
Fix by editing registry:
Note that there isn’t really much reason anymore to completely disable UAC. Well, in my case, this ancient (but useful) tool
isn’t quite compatible with UAC.
6 hours with Windows 8.
Metro Modern UI is shit (the applications)
- The Start Menu (or whatever it’s called now) is ok-ish though
- The lock screen is awesome with its customizable background image
- The global one is difficult to change though
- File association was updated and doesn’t work properly in at least IrfanView and 7-Zip
- Compressed folder still exists and can be disabled the same way as Windows 7
- So is Aero Shake. Really though, there is no more Aero but there’s still Aero Shake? Is it some kind of joke?
- The window border is thick-ish but I guess OK for now (quick google also showed some border customizer)
- Hyper-V is in it as promised. Works as expected. Most OS need Legacy Network Adapter (except Ubuntu and SLES) or installation of the integration driver for some OSes. The biggest plus is it works at system level – VMs can be automagically started as Windows starts
- All applications I usually use works without problem
- It’s not move to (top right) corner but move to corner and move down a bit
- Updates (from Microsoft Update) which requires license agreement doesn’t work (at least on my PC)
- There’s no discernible performance difference
- Yes, Everything also works
- Also, flat
- Windows Explorer is a bit better: no more intrusive action buttons above file list (moved to the top)
- Remote desktop work OK. There’s no more classic style but I think the new one (Modern UI) doesn’t use too much bandwidth (being flat and all)
- WRT RDP, the 2X Client I usually use in Android doesn’t work with Windows 8. The good old Remote RDP Lite works though (and with CyanogenMod’s plain keyboard, the physical keyboard input works again)
I think that’s it for now.
…one does not simply run both PHP and Rails applications (and MySQL) in single 128 MB box.
This is what happens if you try doing it. Swapping all the time. Hopefully Debian will fare better but it means I’ll need to reinstall the box again. I’ll do a test run in my local machine first though as not to waste my time doing backup/restore again like today.
(Yeah, Zeropaste is up at p.myconan.net)
Tonight, when trying to compile Rubinius with Rubinius, I got some errors and wanted to report to relevant party. As usual, the log of what happened is required so I used my usual pastebin – pastie.org to send the logs. But then I noticed that the “Raw” link in it doesn’t provide an actual raw file anymore. What the fuck. It is now a html disguised as txt.
So I decided to whip up a new pastebin (because the world need one more pastebin) which doesn’t have any actual features (like tag highlighting, etc). I also learned the way to create shortest RESTful path possible (read: ‘/’).
There may or may not be more features coming. Developed in Rubinius because I can. Using mysql because of where it’ll be deployed at (see below).
I’ll get around deploying this soon after reinstalling VPS running this blog to Ubuntu or Debian. Running yum in a 128 MB box is suffering.
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(main purpose of this post is to link this “server error” page of rubygems.org)
The relevant issue in Rails Issue Tracker (3789). AFAICT, there are few ways to “fix” (read: workaround) this:
- Modify the relevant Rack code to handle this crap
- Create additional middleware to intercept (how?) the request (tried, either didn’t work or horribly inefficient)
- Extend rack before it is started
Well, they all sucks. Hopefully someone comes up with actual working solution for this.
Oh, there’re another solutions:
- Use REE 1.8 (really?)
- Use JRuby in 1.8 mode
- Use Rubinius (rbx 2.0 where?) in 1.8 mode
Update: I figured out how to “fix” it. Check it out in Moebooru (requires this).