MPDM (Minimum Profit Data Manager) is a lightweight library that provides C programs with a rich set of useful data types as scalars, dynamic arrays or hashes, similar to those of the Perl language. Also, it contains a rudimentary garbage collector that alleviates the need to keep track of data no longer useful, as well as help for operating system abstraction and portability, regular expressions, string manipulation, character set conversions, localization and file I/O access.
This reference documents version 2.1.1 of the C API.
This document describes all the MPSL data structures that build the Minimum Profit Text Editor, with examples showing how to change or update its behaviour.
The following configuration values can be set in the configuration files,
executed from the command line or from the
Execute MPSL code... option in
Edit menu. So, for example, if you always want automatic indentation,
word wrapping at column 75 and a special ispell command, you can add the
following MPSL code to
This document includes some recipes for the Minimum Profit text editor.
This document is a reference to the mp.
form() function and associated
tools that ease interaction with the user from inside the Minimum Profit
Este documento describe los pasos para una distribución Debian, pero en otras debería ser más o menos lo mismo. Para usar esto es necesario tener el soporte Bluetooth funcionando (mi documento Building a Bluetooth network with Linux puede servir de ayuda). Esta configuración debería servir igual para GPRS ó UMTS: mi teléfono móvil conmuta de uno a otro automáticamente según la cobertura.
Character set usage is something almost always taken as an afterthought in many C projects, and
char * strings seem sufficient. They aren't, at least in many cases. Take Unicode into account. Read this brief guide and make the decision to implement textual data to support something more than english before you start coding.
This document is a brief manual for the Bky Version Control System.
This document describes the basic commands for the Ann Hell Scripting language. These commands are those directly related with the music being generated, as notes and their appropriate properties and global song information as tempo and measure. Also, a global description of the AHS syntax is included here.
This document describes the extended commands for the Ann Hell Scripting language. These directives are not pure music instructions or are specific to a given output mode.
This document references version 1.0.13 of the C API.
This document describes the markup supported by Grutatxt. It's specially designed to be as natural as possible, so reading a source file should feel as reading a plain text file. Ideas were taken from conventions used in pre-web email messages, README files and Wikis.
If you want to use secure connections in the servers you run (and you WANT it), you need a certificate and a key. This document tells briefly how you can create a self-signed certificate to use TLS in your smtp, imap and https connections.
Take note that the 'authentication' part of the certificate serves no purpose in a self-signed certificate, because it's signed by you and not by a recognized certification authority; some programs (specially Firefox) will complain when connecting to your services because they cannot be sure that you really are who you are claiming to be. If that is a problem to you, then this is not the document you are looking for.
Building a Bluetooth wireless network with Linux is easier than it may seem. This document is about connecting several computers in a TCP/IP network; it does not talk about other devices as phones, PDAs or printers.
This reference documents the version 0.9.2-dev of the C API.