<![CDATA[Michel Krämer]]>https://michelkraemer.commetalsmith-feedSun, 18 Nov 2018 16:10:12 GMT<![CDATA[New Acoustic Cover: Passenger's Hell Or High Water]]>I really love Mike Rosen­ber­g’s (aka Pas­sen­ger’s) mu­sic and when the new al­bum came out, ‘Hell Or High Wa­ter’ quickly be­came one of my fa­vour­ite songs. I wanted to test a more moody black-and-white look this time with a single light setup. Let me know if you like it!

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https://michelkraemer.com/youtube-hell-or-high-water-passenger-acoustic-coverhttps://michelkraemer.com/youtube-hell-or-high-water-passenger-acoustic-coverSun, 18 Nov 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Acoustic Cover of Queen Jane]]>I had some time to waste this week­end so I up­loaded a new video to You­Tube. This time I covered Queen Jane by The Milk Car­ton Kids—one of my fa­vour­ite bands of all time! Joey plays this one step down but I like it bet­ter in stand­ard tun­ing and with my capo on the 3rd fret 😊. En­joy the rest of the week­end. See you next time!

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https://michelkraemer.com/youtube-queen-jane-the-milk-carton-kids-acoustic-coverhttps://michelkraemer.com/youtube-queen-jane-the-milk-carton-kids-acoustic-coverSun, 14 Oct 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Acoustic Cover of Passenger's Sweet Louise]]>I just up­loaded a new video to You­Tube: an acous­tic cover of Pas­sen­ger’s Sweet Louise. The songs I usu­ally play are rather sad and de­press­ing, so I thought I’d go for something a little hap­pier this time 😊. Have fun and let me know if you like it!

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https://michelkraemer.com/youtube-sweet-louise-passenger-acoustic-coverhttps://michelkraemer.com/youtube-sweet-louise-passenger-acoustic-coverMon, 24 Sep 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[GeoRocket 1.3.0]]>Al­though the pre­vi­ous ver­sion was re­leased only two months ago, the all new GeoR­ocket 1.3.0 comes with a large num­ber of new fea­tures, fixes, and up­dates. We par­tic­u­larly fo­cused on per­form­ance and scalab­il­ity to make this the fast­est ver­sion avail­able. We also worked on us­ab­il­ity a lot and per­formed ex­tens­ive tests on Amazon Web Ser­vices AWS with huge data­sets to fur­ther im­prove GeoR­ock­et’s sta­bil­ity and use for real-world ap­plic­a­tions.

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https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.3.0https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.3.0Mon, 17 Sep 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[GeoRocket 1.2.0]]>Today, on this lucky Fri­day, the 13th, I’m very happy to an­nounce the next stable open-source ver­sion of GeoR­ocket 1.2.0. We worked hard to make this the best re­lease avail­able yet with a large num­ber of new fea­tures, fixes, and up­dates (see be­low).

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https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.2.0https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.2.0Fri, 13 Jul 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.9.2]]>It’s been a while since I pos­ted up­dates on bson4­jack­son here on this blog, so now that ver­sion 2.9.2 has just been re­leased, I figured it would be a good idea to fill you all in on what has happened in the lib­rar­y’s de­vel­op­ment lately. bson4­jack­son is an ex­ten­sion to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor adding sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.9.2https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.9.2Sat, 19 May 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[New features in gradle-download-task 3.4.0]]>The new ver­sion 3.4.0 of gradle-down­load-task, a Gradle plug­in provid­ing a Download task that dis­play pro­gress in­form­a­tion, has just been re­leased. It con­tains many new fea­tures and up­dat­ing is re­com­men­ded for all users.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.4.0https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.4.0Sun, 04 Mar 2018 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task 3.3.0]]>The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 3.3.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.3.0https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.3.0Thu, 14 Sep 2017 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[GeoRocket 1.1.0]]>I’m happy to an­nounce that we just re­leased the new ver­sion 1.1.0 of GeoR­ocket OSS. GeoR­ocket is a high-per­form­ance data store for geo­spa­tial files that we de­velop at the Fraunhofer In­sti­tute for Com­puter Graph­ics Re­search IGD in Darm­stadt, Ger­many. It can store GeoJSON files, 3D city mod­els (e.g. CityGML), GML files or any other XML-based geo­spa­tial data sets. GeoR­ocket provides the fol­low­ing fea­tures:

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https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.1.0https://michelkraemer.com/georocket-1.1.0Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task 3.2.0]]>The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 3.2.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.2.0https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.2.0Sun, 29 Jan 2017 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Actson 1.2.0 with RFC 7159 compliance]]>The new ver­sion of Act­son 1.2.0 has just been re­leased. Act­son is a re­act­ive JSON parser (some­times re­ferred to as non-block­ing or asyn­chron­ous). It is event-based and can be used to­gether with re­act­ive lib­rar­ies/​tool-kits such as Rx­Java or Vert.x.

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https://michelkraemer.com/actson-1.2.0https://michelkraemer.com/actson-1.2.0Wed, 16 Nov 2016 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Actson: a reactive (or non-blocking, or asynchronous) JSON parser]]>Today I’m happy to an­nounce the very first ver­sion of Act­son, a re­act­ive JSON parser (some­times re­ferred to as non-block­ing or asyn­chron­ous). Act­son is event-based and can be used to­gether with re­act­ive lib­rar­ies/​tool-kits such as Rx­Java or Vert.x. The lib­rary is very small and has no de­pend­en­cies. It only re­quires Java 7 (or higher).

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https://michelkraemer.com/actson-reactive-json-parserhttps://michelkraemer.com/actson-reactive-json-parserFri, 19 Aug 2016 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task 3.0.0]]>The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 3.0.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.0.0https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-3.0.0Sun, 01 May 2016 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[10 recipes for gradle-download-task]]>I re­ceived a couple of re­quests lately con­cern­ing com­mon prob­lems when down­load­ing files in Gradle build scripts us­ing gradle-down­load-task. Al­most all of these is­sues could be solved by just us­ing gradle-down­load-task the right way in­stead of ex­tend­ing the plug­in. I have col­lec­ted a num­ber of ex­ample build scripts for these is­sues over the last months and I thought it would be good idea to sum­mar­ize them here.

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https://michelkraemer.com/recipes-for-gradle-downloadhttps://michelkraemer.com/recipes-for-gradle-downloadSun, 03 Apr 2016 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.7 has just been released!]]>Ver­sion 2.7 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.7-has-just-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.7-has-just-been-releasedSun, 24 Jan 2016 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[ECMAScript 6/7 on the JVM with TypeScript and Vert.x]]>Fol­low­ing the latest re­lease of Vert.x 3.2 I’ve just up­loaded a new ver­sion of vertx-lang-typescript 1.1.0. The lib­rary adds TypeScript sup­port to Vert.x 3. TypeScript is a pro­gram­ming lan­guage that com­piles to JavaS­cript. It sup­ports the ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015, ES6) stand­ard and also a few parts of ECMAScript 7 (ES7) already.

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https://michelkraemer.com/ecmascript-6-7-on-the-jvm-with-typscript-and-vertxhttps://michelkraemer.com/ecmascript-6-7-on-the-jvm-with-typscript-and-vertxSun, 20 Dec 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[New releases of bson4jackson and gradle-download-task]]>Today I’m happy to an­nounce new ver­sions of bson4­jack­son 2.6.0 and gradle-down­load-task 2.1.0. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor. gradle-down­load-task is a Gradle plug­in that provides a Download task dis­play­ing pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files—just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/new-releases-of-bson4jackson-and-gradle-download-taskhttps://michelkraemer.com/new-releases-of-bson4jackson-and-gradle-download-taskTue, 15 Dec 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[vertx-lang-typescript 1.0.0]]>I’m happy to an­nounce the first stable ver­sion of vertx-lang-typescript. The lib­rary adds sup­port for (the all-new) TypeScript 1.6 to (the also all-new) Vert.x 3.1 or higher.

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https://michelkraemer.com/vertx-lang-typescript-1.0.0https://michelkraemer.com/vertx-lang-typescript-1.0.0Wed, 07 Oct 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task 2.0.0]]>The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 2.0.0 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-2.0.0https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-2.0.0Wed, 19 Aug 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Upgrading to Windows 10 fails with error code 80240020]]>Today Win­dows 10 was fi­nally avail­able on my laptop. I star­ted the up­grade pro­cess but after a couple of minutes it said it had failed due to er­ror code 80240020—whatever that means.

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https://michelkraemer.com/upgrading-to-windows-10-fails-with-error-code-80240020https://michelkraemer.com/upgrading-to-windows-10-fails-with-error-code-80240020Sat, 15 Aug 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.5 has just been released!]]>Ver­sion 2.5 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.5-has-just-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.5-has-just-been-releasedMon, 25 May 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Making the new Vert.x 3.0 website]]>Vert.x is a toolkit for build­ing re­act­ive ap­plic­a­tions on the Java Vir­tual Ma­chine. The pro­ject main­tain­ers are cur­rently work­ing hard to get the new ver­sion 3.0 out. Tim Fox, the ori­ginal cre­ator of Vert.x and one of its core de­velopers, was re­cently look­ing for someone to re­design the Vert.x web­site. I offered to take over the job! I con­sider this an op­por­tun­ity to give something back to the great Vert.x com­munity!

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https://michelkraemer.com/making-the-new-vertx-websitehttps://michelkraemer.com/making-the-new-vertx-websiteSat, 02 May 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[New Website Design]]>Today I’m very pleased to an­nounce the new design of my web­site! I put a lot of ef­fort into mak­ing it clean and fea­ture-rich at the same time. My goal was to re­duce the num­ber of dis­tract­ing ele­ments while keep­ing the func­tion­al­ity of the old site.

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https://michelkraemer.com/new-website-designhttps://michelkraemer.com/new-website-designThu, 22 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Spamihilator 1.6 has been released!]]>I just re­leased the new ver­sion 1.6 of my free spam fil­ter Spami­hil­ator! This ver­sion is a main­ten­ance re­lease. It fixes some minor bugs and im­proves se­cur­ity. In­stall­a­tion is re­com­men­ded to all users.

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https://michelkraemer.com/spamihilator-1.6-has-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/spamihilator-1.6-has-been-releasedFri, 05 Dec 2014 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task 1.2]]>The new ver­sion of the Gradle plug­in gradle-down­load-task 1.2 has just been re­leased. The plug­in provides a Download task that dis­plays pro­gress in­form­a­tion while down­load­ing files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an ar­ti­fact from a re­pos­it­ory.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-1.2https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-1.2Sat, 29 Nov 2014 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.4 has just been released!]]>Ver­sion 2.4 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.4-has-just-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.4-has-just-been-releasedSun, 06 Jul 2014 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[gradle-download-task: download files with progress]]>I really like how Gradle dis­plays pro­gress while it’s fetch­ing ar­ti­facts from Maven re­pos­it­or­ies, but I was al­ways won­der­ing why you can­not use the same func­tion­al­ity when you’re down­load­ing ar­bit­rary files in your build script. You can of course use An­t’s down­load task to fetch files, but it does not dis­play pro­gress in­form­a­tion. Since I could­n’t find a solu­tion on the In­ter­net I de­cided to write a plug­in.

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https://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-download-files-with-progresshttps://michelkraemer.com/gradle-download-task-download-files-with-progressSat, 22 Mar 2014 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Command line tool for citations and bibliographies]]>I was work­ing very hard on the new ver­sion of cite­proc-java lately and I’m glad to an­nounce that it has just been re­leased. The high­lights in ver­sion 0.6 are:

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https://michelkraemer.com/command-line-tool-for-citations-and-bibliographieshttps://michelkraemer.com/command-line-tool-for-citations-and-bibliographiesFri, 25 Oct 2013 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Generating citations and bibliographies with CSL and citeproc-java]]>I was re­cently writ­ing a sci­entific doc­u­ment with As­ciiDoc. As usual my tool­chain was As­ciiDoc → Doc­Book → FO → PDF. It really worked quite well un­til I came to the point where manu­ally adding cita­tions and edit­ing the bib­li­o­graphy by hand be­came really com­plex and I sud­denly found my­self yearn­ing for more auto­ma­tion.

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https://michelkraemer.com/generating-citations-and-bibliographies-with-CSL-and-citeproc-javahttps://michelkraemer.com/generating-citations-and-bibliographies-with-CSL-and-citeproc-javaMon, 16 Sep 2013 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.2 has just been released!]]>Ver­sion 2.2 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.2-has-just-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.2-has-just-been-releasedThu, 09 May 2013 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Spamihilator website now Open Source]]>I’ve just re­leased the source code of the Spami­hil­ator web­site as Open Source. You can down­load it from the fol­low­ing Git­Hub re­pos­it­ory:

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https://michelkraemer.com/spamihilator-website-open-sourcehttps://michelkraemer.com/spamihilator-website-open-sourceThu, 02 May 2013 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[5 anti-spam measures for phpBB 3.0]]>phpBB is an open-source forum soft­ware that is very pop­u­lar and widely used. This makes it an ideal tar­get for spam­mers. The phpBB de­velopers there­fore im­ple­men­ted an im­proved Captcha in ver­sion 3.0. But spam­mers have already ad­ap­ted to this and have im­ple­men­ted im­proved bots that are able to break the new Captcha and to auto­mat­ic­ally cre­ate junk posts. In the fol­low­ing I will de­scribe five anti-spam meas­ures that ef­fect­ively re­duce spam in every phpBB 3.x in­stance. The main goal of these meas­ures is to block as many spam posts as pos­sible without af­fect­ing nor­mal forum users.

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https://michelkraemer.com/5-anti-spam-measures-for-phpbb3https://michelkraemer.com/5-anti-spam-measures-for-phpbb3Sat, 30 Mar 2013 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[bson4jackson 2.0 has just been released!]]>Ver­sion 2.0 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor. The latest re­lease of bson4­jack­son now sup­ports Jack­son 2.0.

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https://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.0-has-just-been-releasedhttps://michelkraemer.com/bson4jackson-2.0-has-just-been-releasedMon, 09 Apr 2012 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Improved MongoDB compatibility for bson4jackson]]>Ver­sion 1.2.0 of bson4­jack­son has just been re­leased. bson4­jack­son adds sup­port for BSON, a bin­ary rep­res­ent­a­tion of JSON, to the Jack­son JSON pro­cessor. Thanks to con­tri­bu­tions from the com­munity, the latest re­lease of bson4­jack­son now in­cludes bet­ter sup­port for Mon­goDB.

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https://michelkraemer.com/improved-mongodb-compatibility-for-bson4jacksonhttps://michelkraemer.com/improved-mongodb-compatibility-for-bson4jacksonSat, 17 Dec 2011 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Build Scala projects with Eclipse Buckminster]]>In one of my pre­vi­ous posts I talked about how to build Scala pro­jects with PDE Build. However, PDE Build is rather old and has long been su­per­seded by Buck­min­ster. The great ad­vant­age of Buck­min­ster is that it is ac­tu­ally a light­weight Ec­lipse SDK with all that you need to build an RCP ap­plic­a­tion: a work­space of pro­jects, a tar­get plat­form, and so on. To build Scala pro­jects in Ec­lipse you will most likely in­stall the Scala IDE. Un­for­tu­nately, this plug-in can­not be in­stalled in Buck­min­ster right away. But there is a work­around…

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https://michelkraemer.com/build-scala-projects-with-eclipse-buckminsterhttps://michelkraemer.com/build-scala-projects-with-eclipse-buckminsterSun, 26 Jun 2011 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Binary JSON with bson4jackson]]>Re­cently, JSON has be­come an ex­cel­lent al­tern­at­ive to XML. But most JSON pars­ers writ­ten in Java are still rather slow. On my search for faster lib­rar­ies I found two things: BSON and Jack­son.

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https://michelkraemer.com/binary-json-with-bson4jacksonhttps://michelkraemer.com/binary-json-with-bson4jacksonSun, 30 Jan 2011 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Scala projects with Eclipse PDE Build (2)]]>Some time ago I wrote about how to let Ec­lipse PDE Build auto­mat­ic­ally com­pile Scala pro­jects. There­fore a spe­cial Ant script (customBuildCallbacks.xml) had to be cre­ated in the pro­ject’s root dir­ect­ory. This script looked for the Scala lib­rary and com­piler and then built the pro­ject’s source files.

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https://michelkraemer.com/scala-projects-with-eclipse-pde-build-2https://michelkraemer.com/scala-projects-with-eclipse-pde-build-2Sat, 20 Nov 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Easier use of Git]]>I’m us­ing Git as the ver­sion con­trol sys­tem for my pro­jects for some time now. Since the graph­ical user in­ter­faces are not very ma­ture yet and I like hav­ing full con­trol over everything, I’m us­ing Git on the com­mand line (i.e. Bash). In or­der to avoid en­ter­ing the same com­mands all over again, I wrote some Bash ali­ases and func­tions which ease the use of Git.

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https://michelkraemer.com/easier-use-of-githttps://michelkraemer.com/easier-use-of-gitFri, 04 Jun 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Multilingual websites with Lift and OSGi]]>Lift already provides some mech­an­isms to pub­lish a web­site in dif­fer­ent lan­guages. If Lift is used within an OSGi en­vir­on­ment, a little work­around is needed in or­der to make it find the Re­source Bundles con­tain­ing lan­guage-de­pend­ent strings (usu­ally provided as prop­erty files).

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https://michelkraemer.com/multilingual-websites-with-lift-and-osgihttps://michelkraemer.com/multilingual-websites-with-lift-and-osgiMon, 05 Apr 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Scala projects with Eclipse PDE Build]]>PDE Build is the stand­ard build tool from Ec­lipse. It is used to ex­port OSGi bundles, plu­gins, fea­tures or products. Run­ning in head­less mode, PDE Build can be used for auto­matic builds without a GUI. The Scala IDE does not sup­port PDE Build yet. In or­der to com­pile Scala pro­jects you have to do some manual work.

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https://michelkraemer.com/scala-projects-with-eclipse-pde-buildhttps://michelkraemer.com/scala-projects-with-eclipse-pde-buildTue, 30 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Scala Style Guide]]>Scala does not have an of­fi­cial style guide yet. Be­cause of this, Daniel Spiewak pos­ted such a doc­u­ment in Novem­ber 2009 on the Scala mail­ing list. As can be read there, even Mar­tin Oder­sky, the in­ventor of Scala, likes that idea and thinks about pub­lish­ing the doc­u­ment on the of­fi­cial Scala web­site.

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https://michelkraemer.com/style-guide-for-scalahttps://michelkraemer.com/style-guide-for-scalaMon, 22 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[Browse phpBB with the iPhone/iPod Touch]]>The iPhone is very use­ful for forum ad­min­is­trat­ors who are of­ten on the road and like to an­swer posts on the train, for ex­ample. Un­for­tu­nately, the de­fault theme of phpBB is hardly us­able on the iPhone (or the iPod Touch). Apart from that, the font size of most dis­cus­sion boards is so small that you con­stantly have to zoom.

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https://michelkraemer.com/browse-phpbb-with-the-iphone-ipod-touchhttps://michelkraemer.com/browse-phpbb-with-the-iphone-ipod-touchWed, 03 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMT
<![CDATA[5 Anti-Spam-Maßnahmen für phpBB 3.0]]>phpBB ist als Foren-Soft­ware mit of­fenem Quellcode sehr be­liebt und weit ver­breitet. Aus diesem Grund ist es aber auch häufig das Ziel von Spam­mern. In der Ver­sion 3.0 wurde de­shalb unter an­derem ein besseres Captcha einge­führt. Leider haben sich die Spam­mer in­zwis­chen auf die neue Ver­sion einges­tellt und Bots ges­chrieben, die das Captcha auto­mat­isch über­winden und Beiträge ab­set­zen können. Im Fol­genden wer­den de­shalb fünf Anti-Spam-Maß­nah­men bes­chrieben, die sich in jeder phpBB-3.0-In­stall­a­tion ein­set­zen lassen und sehr ef­fektiv sind. Ziel ist es dabei, mög­lichst viele Spam-Beiträge zu block­ieren ohne den nor­malen Be­trieb des For­ums zu bee­in­trächti­gen.

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https://michelkraemer.com/anti-spam-phpbb3https://michelkraemer.com/anti-spam-phpbb3Wed, 08 Apr 2009 00:00:00 GMT