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I spent quite a bit of time this year looking at Python frameworks -- hoping to switch from php web development to python web development -- but concluded that at the current time, deploying python web applications is a total joke and a catastrophe for anything other than a scenario where you are running a single python web application on a server. I also didn't fall in love with Django, Pylons, or the other major python web frameworks.I personally would recommend the web2py framework for the Python side. It's simple and easy to set up, and I've deployed both the framework and actual apps written for web2py in real-life situations. It's painless, if you use the framework's packaging features.-mouser (April 20, 2011, 04:53 AM)
MagicISO gets bashed a lot around the internet. However, hardly anyone says why it's so bad. They just say it sucks. And I'm like, "But why??" Anyway...this WinCDemu is working well. I'll check out DVDFab, I had never heard of that one. I've tried MagicISO...I don't remember how it was. I think it was fine, but I went with PowerISO for some reason. Geez...these names...MagicISO, PowerISO, UltraISO...I need to do a Super(boyac)ISO.In my case, it's because MagicDisc blew up Disk Manager on my old XP machine and I couldn't even uninstall it.-superboyac (July 13, 2011, 04:50 PM)
What are your thoughts? How do you handle command-line args?With Powershell, in most cases, it makes the most sense to use a switch statement, but I'll use an if-then occasionally. Powershell makes command-line args very simple to deal with. No crazy parsing that you have to do, just a param() statement.-Josh (April 10, 2010, 04:10 AM)
I didn't like it. It's like a beggar's version of Eufloria, only Big Tree Defense sucks and Eufloria is kind of cool.Yeah, Eufloria's pretty fun. I immediately wondered whether Big Tree Defense was a TD take-off from it. BTD's not bad if all you want is a sort-of fun little time-waster. I still prefer DTD, tho.-Deozaan (March 03, 2010, 04:30 AM)
Could be either.. BUT FARR tries to be smart and not resolve the UNC shares, so it probably was not that. the network path definitely could have done it.Putting a list of those drives in Options might be best, performance-wise.
Since it was clearing your launch history that did it, this confirms that i probably need to have a way for farr to figure out which drives are network drives and shouldnt have their shortcuts resolved, or else allow a manual specification of such drives.-mouser (January 11, 2010, 08:51 AM)
This has been known to happen when search network shares.. can you check your launch history and see if anything is on a network -- maybe clear it to confirm that's not it. You can also try disabling plugins to see if that's the cause. Another trick is to enable the option to show subdirectories names during search, and pay attention to the status bar, see what it says it is searching when it hangs.It was launch history. I cleared my launch history and that did it. Thanks!-mouser (January 11, 2010, 08:31 AM)