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From twilli...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r384792 - /forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt
Date Fri, 10 Mar 2006 14:00:35 GMT
Author: twilliams
Date: Fri Mar 10 06:00:35 2006
New Revision: 384792

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=384792&view=rev
Log:
Forrest-Friday-log

Modified:
    forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt

Modified: forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt?rev=384792&r1=384791&r2=384792&view=diff
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--- forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt (original)
+++ forrest/events/forrest-friday/20060310-log.txt Fri Mar 10 06:00:35 2006
@@ -216,3 +216,39 @@
 (07:58:31) tscherler: sorry busy ATM
 (07:58:34) tscherler:  ut no
 (07:58:57) tscherler: I Believe I can recall that it is fixed
+(08:03:10) pbol: Hey Gavin
+(08:04:53) pbol: If you're using Win there's a great little shell extension called 'open
command window here' - free from Bill himself I believe. It's really handy if you are ant
local-deploying and building in lots of directories.
+(08:07:20) _Gav_: Got a URL, I just svn up'ed, and getting fed up of ant local-deploying
several directories, was just about to write a bat file
+(08:09:55) pbol: I use that and the context menu to open files in Jedit a lot when doing
Forrest stuff. Wish I knew how to turn off that stupid 'do you want to use web services...'
dialogue though. Has that ever worked for anyone?
+(08:10:54) twilliams_: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx
+(08:11:03) tscherler: argh
+(08:11:04) twilliams_: right side... Open Command window here
+(08:11:28) twilliams_: please, write the batch file though;)
+(08:11:35) tscherler: just use linux dudes ;)
+(08:11:55) twilliams_: i have to spin around in my chair for that;)
+(08:12:24) twilliams_: this is my for-pay box; that's my for-play box
+(08:13:25) tscherler: jeje
+(08:13:45) tscherler: actually giving up windows, I actually gave up gaming on the pc
+(08:13:53) tscherler: I have now a PS" ;)
+(08:14:00) tscherler: ps2 I mean
+(08:14:10) _Gav_: tim > will do
+(08:15:01) _Gav_: thorsten > linux, what flavor do you use
+(08:15:09) tscherler: ubuntu
+(08:15:14) tscherler: debian based
+(08:15:23) ***twilliams_ fedora
+(08:15:26) tscherler: debian rocks 
+(08:15:36) twilliams_: fedora works;)
+(08:15:41) tscherler: jeje
+(08:16:27) _Gav_: I have fedora 4 on disk, will try that (on a spare box first)
+(08:29:47) _Gav_ left the room (quit: ).
+(08:29:53) kronenpj: G-Morning folks...
+(08:31:08) twilliams_: good morning
+(08:38:38) pbol: Hey Thorsten, those patches don't seem to do the trick, IE seems to need

+(08:38:44) pbol: oops
+(08:39:48) pbol: <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html, charset=UTF-8">
+(08:40:57) pbol: Just did an experiment, IE does't care about the <?XML... but can't understand
the character encoding within.
+(08:43:35) tscherler: hmm
+(08:43:46) tscherler: stupid ie ;)
+(08:44:05) tscherler: but adding <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html, charset=UTF-8">
solves it?
+(08:44:37) tscherler: I extended the meta data contract you can pass this via the structurer
+(08:44:41) tscherler: can you try



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