Monthly Archives: October 2007

A graphical tracer for Perl 6 regexes based on PCR

Tracing parse failures by hand while developing a compiler can be really a nightmare, since the real problem can appear everywhere — the grammar definition, the input string being matched, or even the regex engine itself. So I’ve implemented a … Continue reading

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Jifty::I18N meets XUL development

I’ve just ported Jifty::I18N and something in Jifty::Script::Po over to my XUL application framework, XUL::App. And my Perl-based Firefox extension, SearchAll ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5712 ), is already using it. Because XUL::App is also using Template::Delcare as its templating language, the port … Continue reading

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SearchAll 0.1.8 released on AMO!

On behalf of the Yahoo! China EEEE hacking team, I’m pleased to announce the 0.1.8 release of SearchAll on addons.mozilla.org (AMO), with the highlights of *many* more default search engines (including Taobao, eBay, Amozon, Answers.com, and image search engines!) and … Continue reading

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Fwd: Mozilla Add-ons: SearchAll Nomination

Yay! My SearchAll addon has been made public on addons.mozilla.org !!! I’ve put the mail from Mozilla Add-ons below. I don’t quite understand what he/she meant by "A shame it works only with censored search engines though." Actually SearchAll has … Continue reading

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