Blog Posts Tagged "software"

Our New Email Setup

In the previous post of this little email series, I have been bragging about configurability, and the associated learning curve. A prime example are Emacs and its Org mode, both of which I use. At the outset, when I start using a new tool, I am tempted to search the Interwebs for insight how power users make use of it. If you search for Emacs and Org mode setups, you will be swamped. Github bursts with “my emacs config” repositories, and Org mode is second to that by a small margin only. Hence, this description takes a “guided tour” approach, leaving room for your own considerations and choices of how to use email.


ComposeIT 2.0.0 is here!

ComposeITLogoWe are happy to announce version 2.0.0 of our plugin ComposeIT. We have designed a beautiful, flat style, new logo, we have upgraded to a full UI installer, and we have overhauled the preference pane UI. Installing will now be really easy, and you will find all settings gathered in one place. ComposeIT is now easier to install and easier to configure that ever. But no worries, we have preserved all the other greatness. Just install this over any previous version and enjoy the fresh, new look and feel. Get it directly fron the download page.

XMLCatalogBuilder is here!

catalogIf you’re like us, working a lot with XML files which follow XML Schema definitions from 3rd parties, you will often have cursed people publishing libraries of XML Schema definitions. Most people decide to simply include everything that their schemas <import> or otherwise reference in their package. Hence, now you have several copies of everything floating around your hard-drive. There is no one, true way of publishing XML Schema packages however, but there is one, true way how to use them: XML Catalog(more…)