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  • replacing toString using Groovy metaprogramming

    - by Don
    In the following Groovy snippet, I attempt to replace both the hashCode and toString methods String.metaClass.toString = {-> "override" } String.metaClass.hashCode = {-> 22 } But when I test it out, only the replacement of hashCode works String s = "foo" println s.hashCode() // prints 22 println s.toString() // prints "foo" Is toString somehow a special case (possibly for security reasons)?

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  • Apache mod-rewrite for shorter urls

    - by Don
    Is it possible do do something like this with mod-rewrite? Current url: www.example.com/Departments/dynamicPage.php?DeptID=10&DeptName=HR to set up a rewrite so: www.example.com/hr could redirect to the above (with the arguments)? I know I could create an "hr" folder on the root level and put in an html page with a meta refresh, but I hate the extra clutter. I don't think a .htaccess 301 is possible, but please correct me if I'm wrong. I'm looking for an elegant solution that can be added to for future instances.

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  • OS X: Terminal output of javac is garbled.

    - by Don Werve
    I've got my computer set up in Japanese (hey, it's good language practice), and everything is all fine and dandy... except javac. It displays localized error messages out to the console, but they're in Shift-JIS, not UTF8: $ javac this-file-doesnt-exist.java javac: ?t?@?C??????????????: this-file-doesnt-exist.java ?g????: javac <options> <source files> ?g?p?\??I?v?V?????~??X?g?????A-help ???g?p???? If I pipe the output through nkf -w, it's readable, but that's not really much of a solution: $ javac this-file-doesnt-exist.java 2>&1 | nkf -w javac: ????????????: this-file-doesnt-exist.java ???: javac <options> <source files> ????????????????????-help ?????? Everything else works fine (with UTF8) from the command-line; I can type filenames in Japanese, tab-completion works fine, vi can edit UTF-8 files, etc. Although java itself spits out all its messages in English (which is fine). Here's the relevant bits of my environment: LC_CTYPE=UTF-8 LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 From what it looks like, javac isn't picking up the encoding properly, and java isn't picking up the language at all. I've tried -Dfile.encoding=utf8 as well, but that does nada, and documentation on the localization of the JVM toolchain is pretty nonexistent, at least from Google.

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  • Call a subroutine/function in Global.asa from an ASP page?

    - by Don Zacharias
    Hi all, In Classic ASP, shouldn't a subroutine in global.asa be available to all .asp pages in the session? For some reason I am having trouble calling the sub. Before I look at whether something specific to my application is causing the problem I wanted to make sure I understood properly. global.asa: <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript" RUNAT="Server"> sub foo session("foo") = true end sub </SCRIPT> myinclude.inc, included in all pages: call foo I get 'Type Mismatch' runtime error referencing foo. Am I totally misunderstanding this?

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  • Lucene Query Syntax

    - by Don
    Hi, I'm trying to use Lucene to query a domain that has the following structure Student 1-------* Attendance *---------1 Course The data in the domain is summarised below Course.name Attendance.mandatory Student.name ------------------------------------------------- cooking N Bob art Y Bob If I execute the query "courseName:cooking AND mandatory:Y" it returns Bob, because Bob is attending the cooking course, and Bob is also attending a mandatory course. However, what I really want to query for is "students attending a mandatory cooking course", which in this case would return nobody. Is it possible to formulate this as a Lucene query? I'm actually using Compass, rather than Lucene directly, so I can use either CompassQueryBuilder or Lucene's query language. For the sake of completeness, the domain classes themselves are shown below. These classes are Grails domain classes, but I'm using the standard Compass annotations and Lucene query syntax. @Searchable class Student { @SearchableProperty(accessor = 'property') String name static hasMany = [attendances: Attendance] @SearchableId(accessor = 'property') Long id @SearchableComponent Set<Attendance> getAttendances() { return attendances } } @Searchable(root = false) class Attendance { static belongsTo = [student: Student, course: Course] @SearchableProperty(accessor = 'property') String mandatory = "Y" @SearchableId(accessor = 'property') Long id @SearchableComponent Course getCourse() { return course } } @Searchable(root = false) class Course { @SearchableProperty(accessor = 'property', name = "courseName") String name @SearchableId(accessor = 'property') Long id }

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  • Can not start an desktop application in C#'s Process

    - by Don
    I try to pragrammatically run applications such as notepad.exe and Calc.exe with the following codes. I can see the application is activated in Process Exprorer but the application UI does not appear on the screen. I got this info inside the process p - "Process must exit before requested information can be determined" and the exitcode are 1200, 5084, etc. What is wrong? Thanks! Codes - ProcessStartInfo pInfo = new ProcessStartInfo(@"C:\Windows\system32\notepad.exe"); pInfo.UseShellExecute = false; pInfo.CreateNoWindow = false; pInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Normal; Process p = Process.Start(pInfo); p.EnableRaisingEvents = true; int exitCode = p.Id; p.WaitForExit(); p.Close();

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  • Return latitude/longitude based on entered address

    - by Don
    I'm building a php based application for a client to enter in addresses for their customers' buildings. They'd like the ability to view the location on a map (either as individuals or grouped in a city search). What I'm trying to accomplish is a lookup once the address is entered into a form that populates the database, so after they enter in the addresss, city, state, zip (these are all US locations) they could click a "get lat/long info" link/button that would check to make sure the data is complete, then would lookup the address and return the latitude/longitude into the appropriate form fields. Then the form could be submitted to store the info, and I could later just pull the lat/long when plotting on a map. 1) Does this make sense, or would I be better off just doing the lookup when it's time to plot it? 2) Does anyone have any pointers to solve this problem? I've seen some of the Google/Yahoo API's but it looks like this is more based on the plotting a point part. I may be able to modify it to suit my needs, but I'm just trying to cut some research time posting here with the hopes one of you may have a more direct route. I'll RTFM if I have to... Thanks, D.

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  • Distributions and hashes

    - by Don Mackenzie
    Has anyone ever had an incidence of downloading software from a genuine site, where an MD5 or SHA series hash for the download is also supplied and then discovered that the hash calculated from the downloaded artifact doesn't match the published hash? I understand the theory but am curious how prevalent the problem is. Many software publishers seem to discount the threat.

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  • Image re sizing not working after rotation in Html5 canvas

    - by Deepu the Don
    In my HTML 5 + Javascript application, we can drag, re size and rotate image in Html 5 canvas. But after doing rotation, re sizing is not working. (I think it i related to finding dx,dy,not sure). Please help me to fix the code given below. Thanks in advance. <!doctype html> <html> <head> <style> #canvas{ border:red dashed #ccc; } </style> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> $(function(){ var canvas=document.getElementById("canvas"),ctx=canvas.getContext("2d"),canvasOffset=$("#canvas").offset(); var offsetX=canvasOffset.left,offsetY=canvasOffset.top,startX,startY,isDown=false,pi2=Math.PI*2; var resizerRadius=8,rr=resizerRadius*resizerRadius,draggingResizer={x:0,y:0},imageX=50,imageY=50; var imageWidth,imageHeight,imageRight,imageBottom,draggingImage=false,startX,startY,doRotation=false; var r=0,rotImg = new Image(); rotImg.src="rotation.jpg"; var img=new Image(); img.onload=function(){ imageWidth=img.width; imageHeight=img.height; imageRight=imageX+imageWidth; imageBottom=imageY+imageHeight; w=img.width/2; h=img.height/2; draw(true,false); } img.src="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/139992952/stackoverflow/facesSmall.png"; function draw(withAnchors,withBorders){ ctx.fillStyle="black"; ctx.clearRect(0,0,canvas.width,canvas.height); ctx.save(); ctx.translate(imageX,imageY); ctx.translate(imageWidth/2,imageHeight/2); ctx.rotate(r); ctx.translate(-imageX,-imageY); ctx.translate(-imageWidth/2,-imageHeight/2); ctx.drawImage(img,0,0,img.width,img.height,imageX,imageY,imageWidth,imageHeight); ctx.restore(); if(withAnchors){ drawDragAnchor(imageX,imageY); drawDragAnchor(imageRight,imageY); drawDragAnchor(imageRight,imageBottom); drawDragAnchor(imageX,imageBottom); } if(withBorders){ ctx.save(); ctx.translate(imageX,imageY); ctx.translate(imageWidth/2,imageHeight/2); ctx.rotate(r); ctx.translate(-imageX,-imageY); ctx.translate(-imageWidth/2,-imageHeight/2); ctx.beginPath(); ctx.moveTo(imageX,imageY); ctx.lineTo(imageRight,imageY); ctx.lineTo(imageRight,imageBottom); ctx.lineTo(imageX,imageBottom); ctx.closePath(); ctx.stroke(); ctx.restore(); } ctx.fillStyle="blue"; ctx.save(); ctx.translate(imageX,imageY); ctx.translate(imageWidth/2,imageHeight/2); ctx.rotate(r); ctx.translate(-imageX,-imageY); ctx.translate(-imageWidth/2,-imageHeight/2); ctx.beginPath(); ctx.moveTo(imageRight+15,imageY-10); ctx.lineTo(imageRight+45,imageY-10); ctx.lineTo(imageRight+45,imageY+20); ctx.lineTo(imageRight+15,imageY+20); ctx.fill(); ctx.closePath(); ctx.restore(); } function drawDragAnchor(x,y){ ctx.save(); ctx.translate(imageX,imageY); ctx.translate(imageWidth/2,imageHeight/2); ctx.rotate(r); ctx.translate(-imageX,-imageY); ctx.translate(-imageWidth/2,-imageHeight/2); ctx.beginPath(); ctx.arc(x,y,resizerRadius,0,pi2,false); ctx.closePath(); ctx.fill(); ctx.restore(); } function anchorHitTest(x,y){ var dx,dy; dx=x-imageX; dy=y-imageY; if(dx*dx+dy*dy<=rr){ return(0); } // top-right dx=x-imageRight; dy=y-imageY; if(dx*dx+dy*dy<=rr){ return(1); } // bottom-right dx=x-imageRight; dy=y-imageBottom; if(dx*dx+dy*dy<=rr){ return(2); } // bottom-left dx=x-imageX; dy=y-imageBottom; if(dx*dx+dy*dy<=rr){ return(3); } return(-1); } function hitImage(x,y){ return(x>imageX && x<imageX+imageWidth && y>imageY && y<imageY+imageHeight); } function handleMouseDown(e){ startX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX); startY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY); draggingResizer= anchorHitTest(startX,startY); draggingImage= draggingResizer<0 && hitImage(startX,startY); doRotation = draggingResizer<0 && !draggingImage && ctx.isPointInPath(startX,startY); } function handleMouseUp(e){ draggingResizer=-1; draggingImage=false; doRotation=false; draw(true,false); } function handleMouseOut(e){ handleMouseUp(e); } function handleMouseMove(e){ mouseX=parseInt(e.clientX-offsetX); mouseY=parseInt(e.clientY-offsetY); if(draggingResizer>-1){ switch(draggingResizer){ case 0: //top-left imageX=mouseX; imageWidth=imageRight-mouseX; imageY=mouseY; imageHeight=imageBottom-mouseY; break; case 1: //top-right imageY=mouseY; imageWidth=mouseX-imageX; imageHeight=imageBottom-mouseY; break; case 2: //bottom-right imageWidth=mouseX-imageX; imageHeight=mouseY-imageY; break; case 3: //bottom-left imageX=mouseX; imageWidth=imageRight-mouseX; imageHeight=mouseY-imageY; break; } if(imageWidth<25) imageWidth=25; if(imageHeight<25) imageHeight=25; imageRight=imageX+imageWidth; imageBottom=imageY+imageHeight; draw(true,true); }else if(draggingImage){ imageClick=false; var dx=mouseX-startX; var dy=mouseY-startY; imageX+=dx; imageY+=dy; imageRight+=dx; imageBottom+=dy; startX=mouseX; startY=mouseY; draw(false,true); }else if(doRotation){ var dx=mouseX-imageX; var dy=mouseY-imageY; r=Math.atan2(dy,dx); draw(false,true); } } $("#canvas").mousedown(function(e){handleMouseDown(e);}); $("#canvas").mousemove(function(e){handleMouseMove(e);}); $("#canvas").mouseup(function(e){handleMouseUp(e);}); $("#canvas").mouseout(function(e){handleMouseOut(e);}); }); </script> </head> <body> <canvas id="canvas" width=800 height=500></canvas> </body> </html>

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  • Is there an Emacs-analog for the VI '.' command to repeat-last-typed-text

    - by Don
    I've used emacs for decades and always wondered, but kept on coding, if there was a way to type in something, them move the cursor and insert the same text, like the VI . command. Instead what I do is to type the text, set the mark, backup, copy the region, go to the next spot (often just C-n, down one line) and then pre-arg yank, C-u C-y. It's the overhead of set mark, backup and copy region that makes me just go ahead and retype the thing.

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  • How to change subnet mask and DHCP enabled flag in C++ and Windows XP

    - by Don
    Does anyone know how to change the subnet mask and the DHCP enabled flag on Windows XP / Vista / 7 from a C++ program? The Windows API has a GetAdaptersInfo() routine which will give you that information, but I need the counterpart SetAdaptersInfo() which doesn't seem to exist. I've looked all over MSDN and the web and don't see how to do it on newer-than-Windows-NT machines. Any information is greatly appreciated.

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  • customise jQuery totemticker plugin

    - by Don
    I'm using the totemticker jQuery plugin, but need to be able to stop it programatically. It doesn't seem to provide this feature, so I had a look at the source code to see if I could add it myself. It seems that all I need to do is figure out how to call base.stop_interval() However, I can't seem to make the object that is stored in base accessible to callers. I've made a couple of unsuccesful atttempts, but hopefully someone who knows a bit more about how jQuery plugins work can point me in the right direction.

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  • Is there a way in CXF to disable the SoapCompressed header for debugging purposes?

    - by Don Branson
    I'm watching CXF service traffic using DonsProxy, and the CXF client sends an HTTP header "SoapCompressed": HttpHeadSubscriber starting... Sender is CLIENT at 127.0.0.1:2680 Packet ID:0-1 POST /yada/yada HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: text/xml; charset=UTF-8 SoapCompressed: true Accept-Encoding: gzip,gzip;q=1.0, identity; q=0.5, *;q=0 SOAPAction: "" Accept: */* User-Agent: Apache CXF 2.2 Cache-Control: no-cache Pragma: no-cache Host: localhost:9090 Connection: keep-alive Transfer-Encoding: chunked I'd like to turn SoapCompressed off in my dev environment so that I can see the SOAP on the wire. I've searched Google and grepped the CXF source code, but don't see anything in the docs or code that reference this. Any idea how to make the client send "SoapCompressed: off" instead, without routing it through Apache HTTPD or the like? Is there a way to configure it at the CXF client, in other words?

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  • Developing ASP.Net User Control to be imported to SharePoint MOSS 2007

    - by Don Kirkham
    Apologies if this has been answered, but I could not find a similar question: I am developing a webpart for MOSS 2007. I am using WSPBuilder to built a visual webpart (ascx) and everything works fine, but the development/debug cycle is just painfully slow, so I'd like to know if it is possible (without being too painful) to develop the user control faster using an .Net Web Application project with all of the nice F5 debugging, then import the final product into my SharePoint visual webpart. The user control interacts with a LOB system (SQL) and does not reference the SharePoint API at all. (The reason I am building this as a webpart is because I don't need another web app to run this one page, so putting it into a webpart on a new webpart page on my existing site is the best solution IMO.) I would obviously need to import (reference?) my data access classes into my "temp" web app, but think that would not be too much trouble. I realize this will be extra effort to get this set up, but am thinking the payoff will be reduced development time of the actual user control using a little web application vs having to use the compile/build WSP/deploy WSP/reset ISS/test/make a change/repeat cycle that MOSS requires. (I guess SP2010/VS2010 has spoiled me with the native SharePoint tools available.)

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  • Grails dependency inject domain classes

    - by Don
    Hi, The Grails manual shows this example of dependency injecting domain classes: class Book { def bookService def buyBook() { bookService.buyBook(this) } } However, I tried this out, and bookService is null. My guess is that the dependency injection happens when an object is loaded from the DB, so the following will always return null new Book().bookService Can someone confirm this?

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  • Multi-module Maven build

    - by Don
    Hi, My project has a fairly deep graph of Maven modules. The root POM has the following plugin configured <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>org.jvnet</groupId> <artifactId>animal-sniffer</artifactId> <version>1.2</version> <configuration> <signature> <groupId>org.jvnet.animal-sniffer</groupId> <artifactId>java1.4</artifactId> <version>1.0</version> </signature> </configuration> </plugin> </plugins> If I invoke this target from the command line in the root directory via: mvn animal-sniffer:check Then it works fine as long as the current module extends (either directly or indirectly) from the root POM. However there are many children (or grandchildren) of the root module, which do not inherit from that module's POM. In this case, the goal fails because it cannot find the necessary configuration [ERROR] BUILD ERROR [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [INFO] One or more required plugin parameters are invalid/missing for 'animal-sniffer:check' [0] Inside the definition for plugin 'animal-sniffer' specify the following: <configuration> ... <signature>VALUE</signature> </configuration>. When configuring this plugin in the root module, is there any way to exclude a list of sub-modules either by name, or by packaging type? Thanks, Donal

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  • Why does WebSharingAppDemo-CEProviderEndToEnd sample still need a client db connection after scope c

    - by Don
    I'm researching a way to build an n-tierd sync solution. From the WebSharingAppDemo-CEProviderEndToEnd sample it seems almost feasable however for some reason, the app will only sync if the client has a live SQL db connection. Can some one explain what I'm missing and how to sync without exposing SQL to the internet? The problem I'm experiencing is that when I provide a Relational sync provider that has an open SQL connection from the client, then it works fine but when I provide a Relational sync provider that has a closed but configured connection string, as in the example, I get an error from the WCF stating that the server did not receive the batch file. So what am I doing wrong? SqlConnectionStringBuilder builder = new SqlConnectionStringBuilder(); builder.DataSource = hostName; builder.IntegratedSecurity = true; builder.InitialCatalog = "mydbname"; builder.ConnectTimeout = 1; provider.Connection = new SqlConnection(builder.ToString()); // provider.Connection.Open(); **** un-commenting this causes the code to work** //create anew scope description and add the appropriate tables to this scope DbSyncScopeDescription scopeDesc = new DbSyncScopeDescription(SyncUtils.ScopeName); //class to be used to provision the scope defined above SqlSyncScopeProvisioning serverConfig = new SqlSyncScopeProvisioning(); .... The error I get occurs in this part of the WCF code: public SyncSessionStatistics ApplyChanges(ConflictResolutionPolicy resolutionPolicy, ChangeBatch sourceChanges, object changeData) { Log("ProcessChangeBatch: {0}", this.peerProvider.Connection.ConnectionString); DbSyncContext dataRetriever = changeData as DbSyncContext; if (dataRetriever != null && dataRetriever.IsDataBatched) { string remotePeerId = dataRetriever.MadeWithKnowledge.ReplicaId.ToString(); //Data is batched. The client should have uploaded this file to us prior to calling ApplyChanges. //So look for it. //The Id would be the DbSyncContext.BatchFileName which is just the batch file name without the complete path string localBatchFileName = null; if (!this.batchIdToFileMapper.TryGetValue(dataRetriever.BatchFileName, out localBatchFileName)) { //Service has not received this file. Throw exception throw new FaultException<WebSyncFaultException>(new WebSyncFaultException("No batch file uploaded for id " + dataRetriever.BatchFileName, null)); } dataRetriever.BatchFileName = localBatchFileName; } Any ideas?

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  • How do you write an idiomatic Scala Quicksort function?

    - by Don Mackenzie
    I recently answered a question with an attempt at writing a quicksort function in scala, I'd seen something like the code below written somewhere. def qsort(l: List[Int]): List[Int] = { l match { case Nil => Nil case pivot::tail => qsort(tail.filter(_ < pivot)) ::: pivot :: qsort(tail.filter(_ >= pivot)) } } My answer received some constructive criticism pointing out that List was a poor choice of collection for quicksort and secondly that the above wasn't tail recursive. I tried to re-write the above in a tail recursive manner but didn't have much luck. Is it possible to write a tail recursive quicksort? or, if not, how can it be done in a functional style? Also what can be done to maximise the efficiency of the implementation? Thanks in advance.

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  • What is the performance difference between blocks and callbacks?

    - by Don
    One of the things that block objects, introduced in Snow Leopard, are good for is situations that would previously have been handled with callbacks. The syntax is much cleaner for passing context around. However, I haven't seen any information on the performance implications of using blocks in this manner. What, if any, performance pitfalls should I look out for when using blocks, particularly as a replacement for a C-style callback?

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  • jquery lightbox multiple items to look like mac dashboard

    - by Don
    Hope the title says it all... I'm wondering if it's possible in any existing lightbox to pop up a look similar to the mac dashboard where multiple divs could be "on" in the front with the main webpage with a gray overlay. Basically something where a user clicks an icon on the main webpage to call, and then 4 separate content boxes are popped on top, but not in a window like a gallery. I'm thinking the top background used could be set to transparent and the individual items could be divs on the popped area, but before I reinvent the wheel, I thought I'd see if there's something like this that I just haven't found in my searches. UPDATE: 1/7/2011 I ended up using colorbox with a background behind my divs. It doesn't look like the mac with items having the bg behind them showing between them, but after talking to the designer I'm working with, that wasn't something they really needed anyhow. I think it MAY be possible changing some of the CSS though for the bg of the "popped" window. Colorbox seems to be pretty nice about making it clear what the CSS is doing and there are multiple example skins. Just my $0.02...

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  • Inconsistent GWT behavior in IE 8

    - by Don Branson
    All, I have a web site that's built with GWT at https://penwag.com/penwag/. If you just hit the site and see the main page, there's supposed to be a login/registration area that displays, along with a teaser for the site. I've tried the site with most of the main browsers - FF 3 & 3.5, IE 6 & 8, Safari, and Chrome, and all appears well to me. However, I have a non-geek user that has visited the site from both work and home. The work computer can see the intro page fine, but the home computer shows only the static content, and non of the javascript-based portion, that is the login/registration and teaser. Both computers are using IE 8. He checked the computer where the site fails, and scripting is enabled. Can anyone else see the problem? (You don't have to register to see the problem, just hit the main page.) Anything else I should check or have him try? Thanks! Edit: The site is implemented using GWT 1.7.0. I'll have to find out about the OS versions. Edit: The one that works is running Windows XT, the failing one is running Windows Vista. (There's a shocker!) I myself have viewed it successfully with both OSs. Edit: I've since completely re-structured the site, and documented the changes here: http://penwag.blogspot.com/2010/04/april-penwag-update.html So, the site is no longer the same as when I asked this question.

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