As stated in part one i’ll provide and explain some of the code. I’ll deploy the whole source code some time later. Until that you can use the online version (which will stay online).
I finished a small prototype with an “acceptable” GUI.
The functionality for going through the disk(s) and sorting all files according to size was already nearly finished last time.
Last time we saw how easy it is to aggregate some feeds and present them on a web page. This time i am gonna create a tool using python and feed parsing. Nope its not another aggreagtor, i had a different need.
05.12.2006 by azarai in tools
As posted in the s9y forum i added the Add This! service and the german social bookmarking service mister wong to the serendipity_event_findmore plugin. The source can be found here serendipity_event_findmore.zip.
As mentioned here i will implement a small program sorting the files of any given list of directories according to size, present that visually and offer you a button to delete selected files.
04.12.2006 by kerim in python
How would you scan all drives for files ? Any unix system has an advantage here .... it starts with “". We simply don’t care for drives there. But what do you do if you have windows ?
i’ve got some time to continue my python and feed example
24.11.2006 by azarai in python
18.11.2006 by azarai in java
my contribution at http://mansourk.blogspot.com/ now here:
16.11.2006 by azarai in python
I guess everyone knows these wonderful feeds and the most used standards atom and rss. Reading them is nowadays really simple, cuz we don’t need to concentrate on parsing. There are a lot of libs for reading feed in, i guess, almost all languages. Maybe not asm, but who knows :-)