Month: January 2011

  • .properties – Java’s Property Resource Bundles

    .properties – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For Western Europeans it’s quite comfortable to be able to edit .properties files in ISO-8859-1 aka Latin-1. The 1st German .properties file, that I came across, was actually written using ‘u00HH’ for the German umlauts, with HH being the hexadecimal digits of the Latin-1 encoding of the character.I looked […]

  • how to burst a PDF document into single pages (etc.) This command line shows, how to get the output files named your way: $ pdftk … burst output ‘page.%02d.pdf’ Split Select Pages from Multiple PDFs into a New Document: $ pdftk A=one.pdf B=two.pdf cat A1-7 B1-5 A8 output combined.pdf Select a single page (#130) into a new document: $ pdftk A=one.pdf cat A130 […]

  • .DS_Store – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    .DS_Store – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia From default, MacOS X will create a .DS_Store file in every folder it accesses, while this is ok in OS X it may be annoying for network shares. To prevent the creation of .DS_Store files on network volumes execute this from a Terminal: defaults write DSDontWriteNetworkStores true

  • XSLT – O’Reilly Media

    XSLT, Second Edition – O’Reilly Media From this text book I got to Saxon9.

  • The SAXON XSLT and XQuery Processor

    The SAXON XSLT and XQuery Processor Downloaded Saxon-HE from the above URL on my Linux box, decided to go for the Java variant, installed saxonhe.jar and “the resources” into /usr/local/saxon-resources9-3. I wasn’t able to browse the documentation below saxon-resources9-3/doc with Chrome-10, so I use Firefox-3.6 for that. But I also read the documentation here. This is […]

  • Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin: László Moholy-Nagy – Art of Light

    Berliner Festspiele: László Moholy-Nagy – Art of Light