The short-form week of 29 Aug–4 Sep 2011

05 Sep 2011; last modified 06 Sep 2011

The week in review, 140 characters at a time. This week, 17 messages in 18 conversations. (With 1 favorite.)

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

Monday at 07:06am

Just a few twigs in the yard, but power still out. #irene—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Monday at 08:06am

.@arh You want docbook.github.com.—@ndw
@ndw Got it. Thanks!—@arh
@ndw I've just committed new param $report-css-uri in format-xspec-report.xsl, to give a static URI for the CSS file, to work on GitHub e.g.—@fgeorges

Monday at 09:58am

RT @ndw: .@arh You want docbook.github.com. < Actullay, http://t.co/pUkubbU—@kingargyle

Monday at 10:00am

Nice to see DocBook XSLT 2.0 stylesheet project on github. http://t.co/j1UgyQV /cc @ndw—@kingargyle

Monday at 07:57pm

Power restored. All systems normal. Anything you can't deal with now is your own problem. #irene—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Monday at 08:34pm

DVDs that prevent you from skipping or even fast forwarding through the previews really tick me off.—@hadleynet
@hadleynet amen brother!—@christo4ferris
@hadleynet DRM is the f'ing suck.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 06:05pm

Running #Pygments with #Jython directly from a #Saxon extension function. Native #DocBook source code highlighting, FTW!—@ndw
@ndw I'm thinking Saxon->Jython->pywebkitgtk->Highlight.js—@abdelazer
@ndw I guess that's just Saxon->Rhino->JS, how trivial—@abdelazer

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 02:50pm

Using Pygments from XSLT, http://t.co/7wKSK6l—@ndw
@ndw why not use javascript highlighters?—@jwpye
@jwpye I want to style the highlighted results.—@ndw
@ndw how does it know which type of source code it is (Java, Xml,..)? Afaik programlisting does not allow to define a class / type—@vogella
@vogella programlisting has a ‘language’ attribute. If you don’t use that, Pygments will guess using whatever heuristics it uses.—@ndw
@ndw cool & thank. I searched for this frequently without success. I hope this is available in 4.03 and your old ;-) Xlst file for Html.—@vogella
@vogella Uh, 4.03 of what? And if you mean the XSLT 1.0 stylesheets, well, I’m probably not going to get around to porting it anytime soon.—@ndw
@ndw From what what I see Docbook pre 5.0 has the language attribute. I hope Xlst 1.0 sheets convert that into a "class" attribute in Html.—@vogella
@ndw I will try it out (I'm currently without my Linux Machine). Thanks for the info. Super cool.—@vogella
@ndw then I could simple use an JavaScript Highlighter for the coding in my webpage. People complaining frequently.—@vogella

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 02:56pm

Thank freaking goodness. http://t.co/o6jaV1T—@ndw
@ndw i'm embarrassed to wonder if our right-wing supreme court would have seen it this way...—@eedeebee

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 04:46pm

@ndw The Pygments blog post example doesn't seem to have the CSS necessary for actually highlighting?—@abdelazer
@abdelazer now it does... @ndw—@abdelazer
@abdelazer Browser cache issue?—@ndw
@ndw Yeah, sorry for the noise—@abdelazer

Thursday at 03:31am

Alternative approach for syntax highlighting in DocBook using XSLT2.0, Python, Pygments from @ndw http://t.co/74Td9eG—@jirkakosek

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 10:32am

Today, working day as usual, but being amused by @ndw emails :-)—@fgeorges
@fgeorges Happy to amuse you, Florent! (Insert Goodfellas reference here)—@ndw
@ndw What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny? ;-)—@fgeorges

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 01:31pm

#Emacs on OS X: which version do you recommend? Aquamacs, builds from http://t.co/hYMYauw Brew emacs formula?—@avernet
@avernet I was going to recommend http://t.co/tiNGMCV but they seem to be having DNS troubles today.—@ndw
@ndw Thanks; I'll give it a shot. (The site is now/from here working fine.)—@avernet
@avernet @ndw plain vanilla (latest) emacs has mac osx version that works fine for me—@xquery
@xquery @avernet That's what I was pointing to, I believe.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 05:01pm

@ndw I guess you don't you need your blood pressure raising any more, but anyway: WHATWG IRC on HTML/XML http://t.co/tayR08N—@JeniT
@JeniT Meh.—@ndw

Friday at 10:35am

Obama has kicked the clean air rules http://t.co/kjvZPiI - still waiting for that change we can believe in...—@shelleypowers

Friday at 01:30pm

Current status: http://t.co/K1L0ifi /cc @eedeebee @ndw—@dscape

In a conversation that started on Saturday at 03:36pm

Tried out language attribute for programlisting in Docbook. Unfortunately the XSL 1.74 does not use this as class attribute in HTML cc:@ndw—@vogella
@vogella Ok. I’ll see what I can do for V.next—@ndw
@ndw That would be super nice. Thank you.—@vogella

Saturday at 03:48pm

@ndw just in case you want to see examples for JavaScript highlighting http://t.co/jy8t16C http://t.co/sDYXDah—@vogella