Archive for December 2007
The tags used by the auto-complete feature (Scintilla only) in Anjuta can be updated by running this script:
The script automatically scans your /usr/include folder. It is also running pkg-config to update dependencies for packages.
Maybe there is a way to do this from within Anjuta, but if if there is, it is so unintuitive that it was more obvious for me to open a terminal and write dpkg -L anjuta-common to locate a script ;)
I’m having some issues with the Devhelp extension for Anjuta on Ubuntu 7.10, I’ll post something if I find some time to debug it. I know it crashes on running gtk_moz_embed_realize, but I don’t know why yet ;)
Demonstrations can be violent or peaceful… or beautiful.
Today a group of women decided to demonstrate for equal rights to bathe topless. They have my sympathy… I just can’t help it girls. It has nothing to do with women’s rights that your breasts turn me on. (So does a naked shoulder! Preferably a woman’s).
Something I am strongly against is action against taking sexual photos of women in a nurses costume. JBS, a boxershorts company, pulled their campaign after heavy pressure from the national nurses association.
Luckily I saved the wallpapers. You can get them here: