Lack of an open X-Rite i1 (Eye-One) SDK
After doing a lot of work with the X-Rite (formerly Gretagmacbeth) i1 (Eye-One) Pro SDK, I’ve started running into strange little quirks with their close-sourced libraries. The documentation is decent, but severely lacking in crucial areas such as code examples. Several of the functions are vaguely defined with no ...read more
Browser Games with Django (English)
Multi-Model Inheritance + Fixtures = Fixed
Adobe Illustrator CS3 Crashing on Saving
After trying to figure out why Illustrator CS3 kept crashing when saving files, I finally turned up this bit of information that pointed me in the right direction. It looks like if you have your Print Spooler service on Windows XP disabled when attempting to save, Illustrator dies.
One of ...read more
wxJSON 0.3.1 Released
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Django is able to run on a number of different web servers, databases, and operating systems. This flexibility lends itself to a lot of diversity within the community, but what kind of combinations are the most common?
The developers seem to suggest that Apache2 + mod_python + Postgresql seem to be the ...read more
wxJSON 0.3.0 Released
Color Error Threshold Calculator (pt. 2)
Whoops! and the importance of Sites
For those reading along elsewhere, I apologize for the incorrect domain on the feed up until now. I forgot to set my Site’s domain within the admin interface, meaning everything syndicated pointed to example.com. This has been fixed and won’t be an issue in the future. Sorry ...read more
Django and wxWidgets: A match made in heaven
During the design phase for a color accuracy management system, my company decided to go with a client-server model rather than individual workstations that are more or less independent. The central server would be responsible for recording readings from the clients and doing various calculations on the data. We wanted ...read more