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June 15th, 2001

YASQ [Jun. 15th, 2001|12:04 am]
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[stesla]
(Yet Another Silly Question)

On the allowmask (or any other mask) how do we represent the 32-bit unsigned int as a string?

1) Is it big- or little-endian? (I would imagine it's big-endian)
2) Are there any special formatting (padding, etc) or can I just printf("allowmask\n%d", allowmask)?

[Editor's note: Gah, this posting to different journals finally is biting me in the ass...couldn't get which journal I was posting to straight]
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Entry Timestamps [Jun. 15th, 2001|09:21 am]
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lj_dev

[dipster]
Are there any plans on making the timestamp on entries entered via the webpages version entries entered via the clients configurable as far as time zones?

The reason I ask is because I notice that the timestamp on journal entries I make via the client matches the time of the pc I'm on, yet the entries I make via the web pages show a timestamp that's an hour behind.
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MyIsamPack [Jun. 15th, 2001|12:36 pm]
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lj_dev

[muerte]
Does LiveJournal use any sort of compression on the database tables? I can't recall if Brad was using ISAM or MYISAM tables for the large text only tables... I was reading through the MySQL site and I found MyIsamPack which lets you compress your database tables. It's supposed to speed things up as well if you just do small selects. I'm looking for some "professional" (Read: Brad, Dormando, etc) suggestions regarding this. I may do it with some tables we have here at work as well.

It creates read-only tables which would be a problem for the bigger tables that are used everyday. But what about "LiveJournal Archives" stuff that's like a year or older. Something like that it would probably work pretty well.
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Notes from YAPC [Jun. 15th, 2001|04:05 pm]
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lj_dev

[jnala]
I'm at YAPC in Montreal. There've been a number of talks that would be of interest of LJ hackers. Typing this from the back row of a talk, so it'll have to be quick.
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Poll Creator [Jun. 15th, 2001|04:24 pm]
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lj_dev

[halkeye]
Its been a while, but i think i've finally fixed all or at least most of the bugs todo with my poll creator program.

(as you can see here)

http://24.76.29.94/files/lj-poll.zip
if it becomes at least remotly possible, i'd like to have the option of moving it off site as not to use most of my bandwidth

Update: I have re-packaged after installing the service pack.. This should fix any instalation errors that might have occured
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HTML Cleaner? [Jun. 15th, 2001|09:04 pm]
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lj_dev

[mge]
Can someone look at my response to this: Request #6596

I think it's something to do with the HTML Cleaner, not liking images reference with out extension, I wanted to be sure. If so, is there any real reason for this?

Thanks.
-mge
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LJ::TagGenerator bug [Jun. 15th, 2001|09:41 pm]
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lj_dev

[bradfitz]
I can't use SELECT(....) in LJ::TagGenerator ... I imagine this has to do with "select" already being a perl function and existing in the symbol table already so AUTOLOAD isn't getting called.

I also imagine AlanJ already realized this when playing with tr(), which is why Tr and TR are also both defined as tags?

Alan ... wanna fix? :-)

Update: Looks like the importer is messed ... loading :tags doesn't work right?
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