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Recent posts by Adam Koblentz

Bear Bibeault wrote:I can't think of any reason that you should not be able to just restore the iTunes library.

I keep mine on a Dropbox share so that I always have my music synched on all machines.



I guess my concern is the device backups, and the app data.

Oh, aren't you on google plus yet?
9 years ago

Bear Bibeault wrote:I updated both my machines to Lion over the weekend. Smooth and easy.



Really happy it worked for you. I usually just use migration assistant or upgrade in place, but this time I want to do a clean install... Way too many old environments from macports and darwinports and community x11, blah.

So, I ordered a decked out 11" mba (it's on its way!) and I want to just migrate over my itunes stuff so my ios devices will continue to sync like nothing happened.

I've got a full TM backup of my macbook and my itunes library lives in a separate folder on the same external drive.

Any ideas?

Thanks
9 years ago

Bear Bibeault wrote:Cool. Have you tried Tomcat yet? If IntelliJ and Tomcat run, I should be fine.

I wish I had a spare machine I could try this out on, but both my laptops are dedicated to different projects that are in critical phases at the moment.



Hey Bear, how have you been?

You can now legally and without violating the TOS run lion inside a VM. Give it a go? I'm doing some compatibility testing that way right now.
9 years ago
I've recently been playing around with some web services (especially the MLB json feeds). Is there a preferred way to handle this in Spring?

For example, I have an app called "is there a game today" and it can load 3 different feeds, 1 mlb, 1 nhl, and 1 nfl.

Also, what about Spring's support for json and xml parsing in general. I've looked into jackson, it looks pretty good. Is there a best practice for this?

Thanks
9 years ago
Criag, thanks for keeping your spring book updated.

I'm currently having a bit of trouble finding a decent updated to 3.0 version of the Spring mvc webapp tutorial, it's still using 2.5.

This one: Developing a Spring Framework MVC application step-by-step

Can you recommend any? (Other than Spring in Action) of course.
9 years ago

marc weber wrote:Well, ain't she a purdy lil' thing! I'll start Monday. Please make sure my desk is near Helga.

Also, what is "Java"?




Hahahaha

You just made me literally LOL. Good work!
Are you sure you're exporting the jar correctly?
9 years ago
At work we're looking into using OSGi for a project. Most of our internal libraries are written for/with Spring.

Do you cover OSGi in the new Spring in Action 3? I've read books on OSGi, but, I'm having trouble finding thorough enough resources for the spring-osgi component.

Thanks,
-- Adam
9 years ago
Thanks, I appreciate the responses.

I know there are a lot of things Spring does well, however, I wonder what the percentage of Spring users are that only use the DI portion of the framework? Or just use spring-mvc because JEE was previously "unusable".
9 years ago
After seeing some of the presentations at TSSJS, I'm left wondering what the value of the spring framework will be in the future since a lot of its functionality is being included in JSE and JEE.

9 years ago
You're doing this on a location mounted through the "media" mount point. There's an excellent chance your usual account doesn't have permissions to do that. Generally, ubuntu is very strict about mount points. Try sudo and see if that works. Maybe tweak your permissions.
9 years ago
Does violating the Eula stop people usually?
9 years ago
Also from the CLI, you can run "sudo open <insert app.app>"
9 years ago
Bear, didn't you and I have this discussion at dinner? See, it's a real discussion topic. I want MORE developers on osx if for no other reason than more awesome indie Mac software.
9 years ago
Eclipse now has pretty good JavaScript support. Also, textmate (everyone's favorite osx editor) and vim for Mac are good. Depends how much "help" you need.
9 years ago