I was writing some code for the bitz-server project the other day and I wanted to read data passed in using the Chunked Transfer Coding (RFC 2616, section 3.6.1). I did some quick googling but I couldn't find a coding example in C++ (or in C).
FormCheck is an awsome MooTools class that allows you to validate XHTML form fields on cliet side. It has a nice UI touch and the validations are pretty good. I have been using it for some time now but the latest version (at the time of this writing), version 1.6, was released back in March 2010 and it only works with MooTools version 1.2.
I was actually surprised to find out that there is no native support for popular ext2/ext3 Linux Volumes in mac OS X. So if you are like me and have ext2/ext3 drives lying around and want to access them using OS X then here is a compact guide to sort things out in Snow Leopard.
Note: This is tested and proven to work on Debian Lenny (stable)
If you are a web-admin or a PHP developer hosting on your own servers you might have found out that PHP mail() function does not work out of the box in Debian unless you have installed Exim (default MTA for Debian Lenny), sendmail or some other MTA. Most of the time this is OK, but when you really don't want to mix a mailserver with your webserver this is going to be a problem.
After messing around a lot I learned through trial and error that you have to set two options in your X Config file to get proper video through HDMI. This is specially true if you are trying to connect a TV to your box and getting small fonts that you cannot read.