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This is a special forum for people interested in using the TuneTracker System with the Haiku operating system. We welcome questions, ideas, inspiration, suggestions, discussion of any experiences you have, descriptions of compatible hardware, and requests from fellow subscribers for assistance with technical issues. We are moderating this discussion so we can screen out spam, junk e-mails, and posts that are not in keeping with our goal of providing a clean, polite, professional discussion.
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Discussion among users and prospective users of SAS on the Linux operating system, including topics related to migrating to Linux SAS from other versions of SAS. SAS is the statistical analysis software from SAS Institute, Inc.
English weekly newsletter with programming tips to Borland Delphi
Hifis 3 is a software developed for homeless shelters which helps keep track of people coming in and out of the shelter itself. Almost like a hotel would use. We have different employees through the country working with these shelters and constantly getting update suggestions so this mailing list would help us in the way that one someone requests an update everyone else receives it aswell so we're not getting the same request more then once. Also, when the release is made, we would use the list to let everyone know that a new version is available.
News about the AniDB UDP API. http://www.anidb.info http://www.anidb.net/wiki/index.php?title=UDP_API_Definition
Discussion on programming Microsoft's Visual Basic.NET
This list is dedicated to the development of printer drivers and spooler components for the Windows family of operating systems. Looking for Win32 peer support? Not here. But if you’ve got a design or implementation issue with a Windows printer driver or spooler component, this is the place to be. Take the opportunity to learn from your peers to get over that particular development hump.
This is Levitation, a project to convert Wikipedia database dumps into Git repositories. It has been successfully tested with a small Wiki (bar.wikipedia.org) having 12,200 articles and 104,000 revisions. Importing those took 6 minutes on a Core 2 Duo 1.66 GHz. RAM usage is minimal: Pages are imported one after the other, it will at most require the amount of memory needed to keep all revisions of a single page into memory. You should be safe with 1 GB of RAM.
Discussions related to the building and management of the OpenBeOS project's source tree.
Discussion on Microsoft's new C# language for the .NET platform.
Empowering the Gembase developer and user community.
A list primarily for the development but also use and other discussions of Nim, an open source, efficient, expressive and elegant programming language. See http://nim-lang.org
This is at list for userers and people who are interested in the freeware screenreader-program NVDA. Everybody are welcome with question's and comments.
A library for binding C++ with Lua