Posted by Elf Sternberg as Linux
I recently had the opportunity to set up Dan’s Guardian at home. The assumptions of this article are that you have access to a basic Linux or Macintosh computer somewhere, something small and old that you don’t need anymore. The basic idea here is that you’re going to build a passthrough filter and put it […]
Last week, I had an opportunity to revamp one of my other blogs, and I updated it to a full WordPress site with all the bells and whistles. One of the things I wanted to do was include a separate database for my published works, so I could list off what had been published recently […]
I was working today on my storyengine / storykeeper / narrator codebase when I hit a snag. Storyengine converts text to XML and embeds in into a database. Storykeeper is a little rails program that I use to make sure all my keywords and so forth are set up correctly. And narrator is le grand […]
Posted by Elf Sternberg as Uncategorized
Thanks to an unnamed submitter (whose email bounced when I tried to thank him), ThinkSaber (available only in the subversion version for the moment) now also detects the presence of the Apple Motion Controller chip and will use that device if it’s available through PyGame. Yes, ThinkSaber now works on Linux Macs.
Posted by Elf Sternberg as chat
What he said. More to come.