Just a few minutes ago, a friend asked about displaying a future date on his web site. In this particular example, he wanted the name of the next month. In other words, he’d like the word “October” displayed, since it is currently September. Next month it should change to “November”, and so on.
There comes a time every now and then where you need to split up large files. If you have the luxury of those files being split anywhere, you can use something like WinRAR, which will split it up into whatever size you like. If it’s good enough for file sharing, it’s good enough for you, right?
In the course of working with a project today, I came across some useful information. First, the use of command-line parameters in Perl. All you really have to do is add a space between the program name and the first, and then the first and the second, and so on.
Because of the way in which I’m making trackbacks moderated, they will still appear in SimpleComments lists of trackbacks.
Now, thanks to Jayaprakash (JP), those of you using dynamic publishing are now able to get around this limitation.
I was moving a bunch of files from one location to another, and it ended up that a ton of those files had the wrong permissions. Now permissions of 755 will generally work for serving an HTML file, but it should probably be served as 644, and since it wasn’t it was bugging me. We’ve already discussed my neuroses, let’s just leave it at that.
I was playing with the database yesterday, and decided that some of my auto-incremented values (id numbers for particular tables, specifically Movable Type‘s PluginData) were simply getting too high.