I’ve now uploaded my Subversion Configuration Suite (svn-meta) repository to Google Code so that the files are publicly available for anyone to use.
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The is now a plethora of incredibly useful question-and-answer sites available. Here are a few that I like.
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Previously, I posted about free software.
There are just a couple of not-too-expensive commercial offerings that I think are excellent.
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For most pieces of commercial software for common tasks there is an excellent free althernative; sometimes even open source. Here are a few of my favourites.
This post extends and complements several previous ones on open source software, firefox extensions and system tools.
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Really good on-line documentation on programming in shell scripting languages seems to be a rarity. On bash, I have found the following invaluable:
If you really have to do something in MS DOS, then the following is very helpful:
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Python Decorator Library
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To check for possible memory leaks using MSVC:
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Some handy, partly Mi¢ro$oft/MSVC-specific, C/C++ pre-processor links:
MS Visual C++ Pre-#defined Macros
MS Visual C++ #pragma Directives
Here’s something I discovered by accident whilst using features I learned from the excellent site SS64.com site whilst struggling with the limitations of Batch.
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Here is my list of what I believe to be the most important or useful links and references for mathematics.
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