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answered I don't understand value iteration
Sep
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comment Java - What methods to put in an interface and what to keep out
What is the expected behaviour of those methods?
Aug
24
comment I want to create an open data format… but I don't really know what that is
What kind of data do you want to manage? Have you looked at at HL7(v3)? Might be quite overkill but it's an "e-healthcare" standard.
Aug
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comment What are the licensing requirements for shipping Java along with application
Or you can ship OpenJDK and comply to the GPL.
Aug
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revised Different ways to see a monad
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Aug
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answered Different ways to see a monad
Aug
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revised How to force evaluation in Haskell?
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answered How to force evaluation in Haskell?
Jul
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comment How do I reuse a state machine in a slightly different way?
The "state machine" solution is a good solution. It's how for example SCXML is working.
Jun
20
comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
Though part of that stuff is in WebCore/platform. So … I don't know exactly which parts are in WebCore are which parts are not.
Jun
20
comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
What the ports do (AFAIU) is : bind a JavaScript engine (JavaScriptCore, v8 …), provide some "UI/interface" related features which are left abstract in WebCore (windows, clicks, keyboard inputs … which are handled by the UI technology : Qt, Coca, GTK …).
Jun
20
comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
WebCore is the (C++) core of WebKit (Source/WebCore in the SVN svn.webkit.org/repository/webkit/trunk). It has code for : DOM tree, HTML/XML/CSS parsing, SVG/MathML/HTML rendering ... It does the actual rendering but The Webkit/ subdirectories contains the different "ports", bindings for languages/APIs/toolits/systems (blackberry, chromium, GTK, Mac/Cocoa, Qt, wx).
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Jun
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comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
@dude: ActionScript is a dialect of ECMAScript (just like JavaScript is). What's more, few years ago, it was expected to be used in Mozilla applications as its EcmaScript engine.
Jun
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comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
AFAI understand, you have core Webkit which is unconnected from any kind of UI/system layer. Then you have different bindings/ports for different UI libs/systems: Apple Cocoa, Qt, GTK …
Jun
17
comment HTML, JS, CSS Engines
What so you mean by "bare browser"?