Releasing Version 0.2.6 of decon_spf[Read More]
A guide for using CMake Generators to support other IDEs.
Some times we might be working in a team, and that team has members who prefer
to use different IDEs or who develop on different platforms. In these cases we
can leverage CMake’s generators.
This is a short guide on using a generator for Xcode and adding a second test file to break up testing.
A barebones C++ library template using CMake and Google Test
This is a BAREBONES C++ template with Google Test support using CMake. It is setup to allow for the building of a static library using TDD principles; but could be adapted for building a small program. This is in no way the ideal solution.
This template was created to allow for programming under Mac OS. But the files should work under other systems.[Read More]
Decon-Spf Version 0.2.1 Released
I am happy to announce that I have released decon-spf version 0.2.1 This release contains a number of improvements and a new feature.[Read More]
Install & Configure Certbot
Docker & Let's Encrypt
I have been playing with a few things of late. Mostly related to moving my site off GitHub and using my own domain. As part of that I am just toying with Let’s Encrypt.
I have been doing this during my trial period with Linode.
Today I will document how I set up Let’s Encrypt using DNS as the preferred Challenge.
Published My First Crate: decon-spf
Today I published my first rust crate.[Read More]
Rust: Add an Example Program to your Library Crate
Recently I decided that I might actually publish my little rust crate. To that end I started looking into some of the things that are needed and what can be done. I have published a perl module in the past. And as a rule for myself, I like to provide an example program that uses a module or library. That is what I will look at today.[Read More]
Rust: Lazy Static Regex
Passing Regex around, helping the compiler keep things optimised.
Swift: Deconstruct SPF
Learning Swift: Documenting a Package
I have been working on this project on and off for a bit now. So I thought it was time to go over how we might be able to not only internally document our code, but also to document it at the package level.[Read More]