The new version of trivial-sockets is almost exactly like the previous#
Tue, 28 Feb 2006 21:26:18 +0000
The new version of trivial-sockets is almost exactly like the previous
one. In fact the only differences are
- in SBCL it now has declares its dependency on sb-bsd-sockets
- it's signed using a GPG key that I haven't revoked
- and the version number is larger by 0.1
I was going to do some more stuff to it: I looked at the patches on http://www.cliki.net/trivial-sockets?v=18
and found that one of
them involves an API change and the other doesn't work (at least,
ext:accept-tcp-connection doesn't work on udp sockets on my
cmucl installation, and I don't expect it would generally). So, as
this is all a distraction from what I'm actually supposed to be doing
anyway, I put them aside for another time.
The package will appear on cclan nodes as soon as I remember how to
do that packaging thang.
I am the world's biggest plist fan#
Tue, 28 Feb 2006 22:12:29 +0000
I am the world's biggest plist fan. Possibly. Anyway, as part of the
same tidying up process that led to the release of trivial-sockets
0.3, also new to the world but not to me is net-telent-date 0.42,
which has the additional function decode-universal-time/plist. Just
because I can't always remember the order of the values in a decoded
universal-time (and sometimes you just want the month and year
(let ((dt (net.telent.date:decode-universal-time/plist (get-universal-time))))
(format nil "~2,'0D:~2,'0D:~2,'0D ~D/~D/~D"
(ref dt :hour) (ref dt :minute) (ref dt :second)
(ref dt :year) (ref dt :month) (ref dt :day)))
=> "22:19:16 2006/2/28"
[ Please see also my previous
for the name of this package ]