Yearly Archives: 2008

Collaping categories 0.6.1

I just released version 0.6.1. This update is mostly bug fixes introduced in 0.6. I apologize for all the bugs in 0.6. It was a major rewrite, and I expected bugs, but probably should have labeled it alpha. I want to especially thank Hans Klaus for doing quite a bit of testing in 0.6.1, including […]

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Perl slurping

It seems like whenever I go to slurp in a whole file into a string in Perl, I have to search around to remember the exact syntax. So I decided to put it here for myself, so I won’t have to search any further than my own site. In this particular instance, I am trying […]

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Strange bracketing behavior in grep and sed

I finally figured out this thorny issue I have been dealing with for the last hour. In perl, if I can create a character class like “[\[\]a-f]” which matches any characters a-f, [, and ]. This does not work in grep or sed though. I finally discovered that the right bracket “]” should not be […]

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Collapsing categories update

I have just a pretty major revision to collapsing categories, version 0.6. It includes the following changes: Can have multiple instances of widgets, each with separate options No longer works as non-widget All options are stored in one database row Added more sorting options Added option to include or exclude certain categories Added option to […]

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Collapsing monopoly

I am happy to announce the release of my fourth collapsing X plugin for WordPress. This one is Collapsing Links, which was requested by several users of my other plugins. With the development of this plugin, I finally added the ability to have multiple instances of the widget. This took some careful study of some […]

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