Either I'm too dense to figure out the trick to it or it's not possible, but I can't parse anything using Java's regexp classes. Match and replace, sure, but I can't parse. Hopefully one of Jakarta's two projects will do what I want.
I've been playing phone-tag with a girl for what seems like forever, maybe this week we'll actually do something together. Also trying to get 5 guys to look at a house at the same time; not an easy task.
Just switched hosts to the same as splike.com, which is a good thing. Now that I can do PHP/db stuff, I've already set up Gallery (which is very nice) and soon will redesign the whole thing.
Native Qt for Windows
kde-cygwin.sf.net's port has been moving along quickly. I found out the hard way that qt can't be compiled with bison, but must us byacc as the yacc-replacement. I've only been following along via anonymous CVS and the mailing list, but I hope to help out in the future.
Classes are actually interesting: Cell Biology, Religion (Biblical Foundations), Software Engineering, Spanish Lit (not very interesting yet), Psychology (not sure about the interest-factor yet).
Haven't been able to access anything I need to which is okay I guess, since I don't have much to do
We hope to kick off CSX for 2nd semester soon. Game programming group will probably start this week. Fun, but time-consuming (and frustrating to get all the sprites aligned right...)
Native Qt for Windows
I got an email from a maintainer of kde-cygwin.sf.net about a port of Qt to native use native windows instead of cygwin's single-window X server. This is very similar to my project. I haven't done much on my project yet, so when I do have time to work on it, I'll probably work with kde-cygwin instead of doing my own port.
Still working on a Java application for fun for searching our school's student data.
2nd semester begins tomorrow and I have a busy schedule so most of my programming time will be for class or work. So sad..
Just got Java to do a HTTP POST over SSL and maintain cookies. Gotta love code reuse. Just imagine having to write ALL the code to do that from scratch. It'd take months to do, instead of just an hour.
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