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Sunday, April 30, 2006

subversion migration

On Oct 17, 2005 I posted about gcc being converted from cvs to subversion.

In that post, I also stated that I should be migrating to subversion. Well, It finally happened after about 6 months :-) I finally created a subversion repository and migrated couple of my previous projects to subversion. Things look very cool so far!

The documentation for svn is available at

In particular, I was impressed with which gives an headstart for CVS users.

Go subversion go! You rock!

Thursday, April 20, 2006

bug reports summary

The reports are organized in reverse chronological order so that the latest stay on the top.

Bugs reported and not yet fixed
Bugs reported and fixed (sorted in the order when they are fixed).
This post is last updated on Jan 18, 2007.

Saturday, April 15, 2006

"adsense for search" now included in this blogspot

Of late, I have been posting a lot of stuff on this blog. Now I am at a stage, where, I cannot recall all the articles/issues/musings that have previously been posted. So, I decided to put a google search box in my blog. This search box is a bit different from the default search box provided by blogger.

The default search box that comes with blogger provides two functionalities:
  1. Search this blog
  2. Search all blogs
But it does not allow me to search the web.

The google search box also provides two functionalities:
  1. Search this blog
  2. Search the whole web
As the second option is useful to me, I decided to have google search box in my blog.

Google calls this search box as "adsense for search". Yesterday, I did some css hacking and now my blog is "adsense for search" compliant. The search bar should appear on the right of this blog in the "sidebar".

Any comments regarding this move are most welcome.

On a related note, Sometime ago, I have included "adsense for content" - ie advertisements in this blog. The related post can be found at


Monday, April 10, 2006

gmail feature suggestions - 4

Please provide instructions for accessing gmail using kmail as the email client. The relevant instructions can go into

Currently there is only

But this is very unclear. Should one use TLS or SSL when using kmail as their MUA? Also kmail provides 6 different authentication mechanisms such as LOGIN, PLAIN, CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5, NTLM, GSSAPI. It is not clear as to what authentication mechanism one should use with kmail.