Category: PHP

Last couple of weeks have been a little hectic, and the next couple seem to continue this trend. So: Work Shifted to a new primary project at work for the first time in quite a while. Enjoying new challenges, and…

One of the problems with Ajax is that the server side of it becomes invisible. You send a request to the server with an ajax request object, and you can get output from the JS by firebug, or alert boxes,…

For the last couple of hours, Aquarionics has been using Jim and Lissa’s TexilePHP system, which is a conversion to PHP of Brad Choate’s conversion to Movable Type of Dean Allen’s textile system (Once relased on its own, now part…

Lesson of the day, PHP calls the ”::” – used to identify an uninstantiated class function – a Paamayim Nekudotayim. A day when you learn something is a day not wasted.

This is how debian Woody (and all sane systems) clean up PHP disk based (the default) sessions: Every x (default: 1000) requests, PHP will delete all outdated sessions. This is how Debian Sarge does it: Every half hour (at 9…

This site once won an award from a perl web hackers site – now defunct – for the 404 system. The system was really simple. If you hit a 404 on this site it would apologise, then redirect you to…

Since I’ve had my new camera-phone, I’ve been taking random shots occasionally. After a fairly brief stint using Gallery and moblog.co.uk I’ve done my usual thing of writing an Epistula Module to do it a) the way I want it,…

Got stuff done. In this case, the stuff was of a many and varied nature and involved: Sorting out bank accounts Joining Blockbuster Joining Library Posting Stuff But also: Resolving that I will never again begin a personal project written…

So, whilst other people have been attacked by comment spammers, I – in my Epistula fortified ivory tower – have recieved two, which I have then deleted. More of a problem for me is that Google has placed my review…