1. Plethora

    Sun 28 February 2016

    New hackorama project pushed to github, Plethora

    Plethora

  2. Cloud

    Sun 08 November 2015

    Now running on the cloud via Digital Ocean

    [kitho@valyrian ~]# dig hackorama.com ANY +short
    162.243.123.74
    ns3.digitalocean.com.
    ns1.digitalocean.com.
    ns2.digitalocean.com.
    ns1.digitalocean.com. hostmaster.hackorama.com. 1447211821 10800 3600 604800 1800
    10 mailstore1.secureserver.net.
    0 smtp.secureserver.net.
    [kitho@valyrian ~]#
    
  3. 15 Years

    Wed 03 September 2014

    15 Years of Hackorama, live since 1999-09-03 19:20:25

    hackorama logos

  4. Java Properties in Python

    Wed 04 July 2012

    Get code from GitHub

    Read the key, element pairs from a java properties file

    while natural_line:
        # skip blank lines and comment lines, process only valid logical lines
        if natural_line.strip() and COMMENT_LINE.match(natural_line) is None:
            logical_line = natural_line.lstrip().rstrip(LINE_BREAKS)
            # remove multi line delim and append adjacent lines
            while MULTI_LINE.match(logical_line): 
                logical_line = logical_line.rstrip()[:-1] + propfile.readline().lstrip().rstrip(LINE_BREAKS)
            pair = SPLIT_DELIM.split(logical_line, 1)
            if len(pair) == 1: pair.append(DEFAULT_ELEMENT)
            pair = [re.sub(VALID_ESC_DELIM, '', item) for item in pair]
            pair = [re.sub(ESCAPED_ESC_DELIM, ESC_DELIM, item) for item in pair]
            pair = [unicode(item, 'unicode_escape') for item in pair] 
            result[pair[0]] = pair[1] # add key, element to result dict
        natural_line = propfile.readline()
    return result
    

    Follows the java properties file format and tested against the Java 6 version of java.util.Properties

    Get code from GitHub

  5. AnyOption on GitHub

    Sat 10 December 2011

    After almost 10 years, many bug fixes and users around the world, moving AnyOption to GitHub

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