Sometimes the version of a package available on CentOS is too old and you really want the latest but you don’t want to manually update it by compiling from source and tracking the upstream. Fortunately there are people that does this for you. Head over to the IUS Community Project and install their RPMs.
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First attempt at installing HandBrake 0.9.4 for Fedora 12 on Fedora 13 failed. I checked out the latest source from Subversion and built it to some RPM packages. Seems to work ok.
Check it out at
my RPM repository (be kind)
 Updated to svn 3364. Check out my Twitter for more news about this.
 I now get my HandBrake RPMs from negativo17.org
API Rocks have made a very nice presentation about HTML5. Go read it
I recently got an HTC Desire with Android 2.1 and I love it. The build quality is solid, the software is awesome. Ok so it’s a relatively new OS so there are not much commercial software available yet. I’d love to see Tom Tom for Android.
This is actually typed on my phone.
I needed to import both IIS logs and Apache logs into AWStats. I could not get it to work (cannot remember why). But I ended up creating a zcat that detects and converts W3C logs into combined. You throw uncompressed or compressed log files of either combined or w3c format at it and it spits out combined.
Written in C and depends only on zlib.
Fixed recursing so that it does traverse blow one level down.
Updated the documentation again.
Get it on GitHub
Some small changes:
Fixed compability issues on Windows
Updated the documentation!
Some small changes to the Windows installer
Fixed a bug when using –dir.