While in the middle of a conference call with my offshore team, I had this bright idea of upgrading my current installation of phpunit into whatever the latest one is. Should be a straight forward upgrade from 3.4.13 to 3.5.3 right? Not! The steps I followed were pretty easy. uninstall current version and its dependencies using the “pear uninstall” command, then reinstall using “pear install -a”. I typed “which phpunit” and the console gave me the expected result. I then followed up with “phpunit -v” which should give me the upgraded version and everything in the world will be right, but it had different plans. The moment i pressed the return key after typing that command, I got an error message mentioning that the required fileloader.php file is missing. 5 minutes in, I decided that I can’t give it much thought since I was still in the middle of a conference call So I let things go and concentrated on my call. After that was done I went through a series of uninstalls/reinstalls of phpunit but to no avail. Three hours and a couple of interruptions later, I decided to trace through all the dependencies and found out that all […]
This is just ridiculous. Pretty funny too. World’s Largest Cheeto and the Optimus Maximus from Gizmodo on Vimeo. sources: gizmodo.com, cheetos.com, Optimus Keyboard
The latest version of wordpress is now available. Some of the features included in this release are; Word Count Feature Wiki like post versioning Ability to re-arrange uploaded galleries The “Press This!” button now has the ability to scrape multimedia content. You have to use it to experience it. Improved Plugin Management Built in Gravatar Support The WordPress team also did say that they will no longer support and continue development on the 2.5.x trunk.
Updated Sitemap Plugin Added Twitter cross functionality – http://twitter.com/twelvesixteen Removed Super Cache Plugin – don’t like it Updated Twitter Plugin to recognize post title when posting via Windows Live Writer
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I finally decided to take the leap and upgraded my aging HTC 8525 into the Tilt. This blog won’t elaborate why I decided against getting the 3G iPhone, that will be for another blog. The upgraded features of this phone has really made a difference over the HTC 8525; Integrated GPS 400MHz Qualcomm MSM 7200 CPU (This baby is Dual Core) 3 MP Camera with 8x Digital Zoom and Auto Focus 256 MB Flash RAM Improved Keyboard First Impressions The phone is just a tad heavier than its predecessor but a little thinner. The repositioning of the keys take a little time to get used to especially if you’ve used the HTC 8525 for a while. The phone also now has a spring mechanism that will allow you to bring back your phone to its closed position with very little effort. I personally think that the GPS is the core upgrade in this phone. Aside from getting your exact position from Google Maps and Windows Live Search, there are application that would enable you to record your actual location and automatically upload that in your personal web server. Now I think that is pretty cool. With a simple registry tweak, […]
This video pretty much shows you the fine print in the Macbook Air. pretty funny. Check it out.