Author Archives: olivier Dufour

A managed OS

We have ever heard about singularity the Microsoft project to make an OS in managed language. Most is done in managed mode but some part are done in asm. And now, we have 2 projects in open source which try … Continue reading

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html5 working draft published!

Since 1999, there is no new features in HTML language. The language is really poor and have not evolved with the needs of user. To fix that, we can use javascript to manipulate the DOM but it is take a … Continue reading

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If you have an issue on ubuntu to build monodevelop 0.18 because of an error with the, I have found a solution. The error talked about gzopen64 which is not found. So I looked for it in google and … Continue reading

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ubuntu 7.10 released!

This is not official but will be in few hours now official… Ubuntu released the 7.10. My wife want to test linux. So I will install ubuntu on her PC to compare my suse with ubuntu 😉

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user friendly installer

Since I have switch to linux, I have found a lot of things very useful and really better than windows on linux. The only thing which stuck me everytime is looking for package, find it, and install it. The idea … Continue reading

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ironruby under mono

Today, I have made a patch to fix the rakefile of Microsoft team of IronRuby. This patch allow ironruby to be compiled with mono with the basic rakefile. You just have to use mono flag : “rake compile mono=1”. You … Continue reading

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.NET advantage released!

For all people using .NET in your job, the basic controls/components of .NET are not enough sometimes and you have to develop components. you have a lot of .NET package on the .NET to help you. With all this stuff, … Continue reading

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