This is going to be a fairly short post, as it focuses on using the
config-file library. As previously mentioned, when I mention a library in RasonML’s native context, chances are pretty good that I am referring to one of OCaml’s many available libraries.
Before going into how specific features were implemented with Reason and OCaml’s help, let’s have a quick look at our application’s logicRead more
This is by far the most boring piece of this whole endeavor.
Unfortunately, as we accumulate years of experience, old habits accrete on the programmer and tools such as
Make become an integral part of our fossilized identity. You will have to forgive me for my use of Makefiles!
First, we will need OCaml. This is because our Reason code will be compiled to OCaml, then, using the OCaml compiler, to native code.Read more
Added a tiny command installer to sbase-for-android. Man, I use these commands all the time: so nice being table to type ls -ltr Read more
Full automation: Consul monitoring of a Rancher setup across the board, with some Ansible help. (https://github.com/Fusion/consul-in-rancher)Read more
I was totally not completely wrong to buy a mid 2010 Mac pro! …because of course right after I bought it, it was discontinued. And I bought it for teh upgradez! Anyway, I just: 1. Upped its RAM amount to 32GB (Apple begrudgingly updated their web site to finally admit that, yes, 8GB sticks are supported) (http://www.frys.com/product/8008624?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG) 2. Switched to a 980GB Patriot Ignite SSD (http://frys.com/product/8358357?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG) 3. Swapped the video card for my “old” PC’s GTX660 – not officially supported but totally works except EFI boot.Read more