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  • generator Restoration of our 1950 house The low car subreddit a reddit community I started about reducing car dependence mpris remote a command line tool for controlling media players TinyWM the tiniest window manager ever Whimsy a window manager written in Python Corn a small music playing daemon py libmpdclient2 a Python library for controlling MPD Music Player Daemon A comparison of grep alternatives Tips for command line based Android

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Notice Data is from 2012 and is not updated Linear Log Equal Weight

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/fundstew/ (2016-04-30)
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  • 2D bin packing with javascript and <canvas>
    optimal implementation Ideally you would have a pre generated set of rectangles you want to pack into a certain area You could then pre sort them in different ways to find more efficient packing arrangements There are also completely different algorithms for accomplishing this task This is merely one Bin packing is an NP hard problem meaning that the only way to find the best result is to try every

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/2d-bin-packing-with-javascript-and-canvas.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Least Common - Elf Prototype - Least Common
    I hated available computer cases and wanted something about the size of a Mac Mini The Intel NUC has now finally stepped in and shrunken things even smaller If I was buying a PC today I might buy a NUC Features Dimensions 78 200 216 mm 3 1 7 9 8 5 inches Designed for 73W Intel LGA 1156 CPUs i3 and certain i5 models Fits two 2 5 HDDs SSDs Powered by a PicoPSU No case fans just the CPU fan Caveats No front panel USB or sound ports No room for PCI e card No optical drive No 3 5 drives No indicator LEDs power HDD activity Prototype 3 Changes since prototype 2 Eliminated some unnecessary tabs slot joints and made the ones that run along the grain much longer and less prone to breakage Fully Loaded Schematic Prototype 2 Changes since prototype 1 7 smaller in volume Gained 20mm in depth lost 19mm in height lost 7mm width Fewer screws on the joints Added Elf text and made vent holes look way better Now designed for use with stock cooler fan and no case fans Fixed a bunch of things Assembled Running some stress tests Schematic Motherboard

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/elf-prototype/ (2016-04-30)
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  • binary tree treemap for d3
    treemaps at least for the sort of data I m working with on my project It divides the treemap roughly into quadrants and sub quadrants and so on recursively which is helpful in getting a sense of the size and weighting of stock holdings D3 s squarified algorithm also seems to be a bit buggy Some items on the edges and corner with the smallest items are displayed with a

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/d3-binary-tree-treemap.html (2016-04-30)
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  • htpicker
    at htpickerrc This file will be created for you the first time you run htpicker The meat of this config file is mapping certain directories and or file extensions to programs that can play them The stock config file sets up a few reasonable defaults such as using mplayer to play files in Videos as well as files with common video filename extensions and playing a couple types of video game ROMs with their respective console emulators You can change or expand these settings to play any file with any program you want htpicker on your tv original image 2008 William Hook and modified by me used under CC attribution sharealike license And why not just use HTML and Javascript for the UI So that s what I ve done The program you run consists of three parts The first is a generic browser window using WebKit the same HTML engine used by Chrome Safari and the iPhone and Android browsers The second part is the HTML and Javascript web page that this browser displays The third is a backend program that gets requests from the webpage and executes actions that are impossible from within a webpage such as reading

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/htpicker.html (2016-04-30)
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  • gainclone
    as far as audio electronics are concerned Another issue is the line level cables running from the computer to the amp Both of these can be eliminated by building a DAC into the amp so that the sound path is purely digital and thus generally interference free until right before reaching the amp circuit itself You can build your own DAC circuit or buy kits but the easiest way to go is to buy an already complete one and take it apart enter the imic The Griffin iMic is a USB sound card that is basically just a small cheap DAC To turn it into an in amp DAC all one needs to do is connect its USB cord to a panel mounted USB female jack and connect its analog output into the amp s line level input A more informative and well written page about using the iMic as a DAC can be found at slugsite com other parts switches You can spend a lot of money on nice rotary input selectors or TOCOS toggle switches but I just found some cheap ones at web tronics that have silver contacts Generally for input switching you want to look for switches designed for low level switching and have a rating of less than 5 A or so heat sinks The LM3886 chips produce enough heat that they must be attached to some sort of heat sink I found two matching computer CPU heat sinks at Free Geek for 2 each Old Pentium II heat sinks would probably work really well as they re black and kind of cool looking and their fins are widely spaced which is optimal when you re not using a fan enclosure The only decent cheap enclosures that seem to be for sale in the US are from Par Metal I decided to make my own out of some scrap wood aluminum tape to shield EMI and old license plates volume control You can spend a lot of money on a really high end potentiometer or stepped attenuator but I m not really interested in spending that much money and I doubt I d ever notice enough difference for it to be worth it The Alps blue velvet is a good quality volume control and is reasonably inexpensive I believe Noble pots are also in a similar price and quality range input output connectors I just bought some cheap ones on eBay I probably went a little too cheap on the RCAs as their build quality is kind of questionable I also got a 1 8 stereo jack from Radio Shack as a front panel input and a sweet chickenhead knob step zero a test build I first assembled the important parts of the amp on a piece of scrap wood to make sure I wasn t horribly mistaken about how anything worked I got the wiring of the transformer secondaries mixed up and melted a few fuses in the process but once I fixed that

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/gainclone.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Hash Table Benchmarks
    specific needs you ll be just fine with GCC s unordered map It won t blow your mind but it won t screw you over Glib GHashTable With average memory usage and pretty good performance it s a fine choice particularly for plain C apps Glib is also full of other useful code that makes C much more pleasant to deal with Qt QHash Good performance but pretty heavy on the memory side Fine if you re writing a Qt app but otherwise not worth seeking out The Fail Club Boost unordered map Reasonable performance and pretty low memory usage up to about 10 20 million entries After that it has unimpressive performance with string keys and slightly alarming performance with integer keys A poor choice if you want to put tens of millions of things in it but below that size it s quite fine Just for Fun Python s dict really surprised me with its performance I initially included it on a lark but it gives the other implementations a run for their money speed wise and doesn t use as much memory as I feared it would It does still use a lot of RAM though So while you can feel pretty good about its performance within the context of writing Python code it certainly doesn t make sense to bring the Python baggage into your C or C program just to use the Python dictionary Ruby s Hash fared better than Python in memory usage but its performance is significantly worse Something I notice about Ruby Boost and Google sparse hash map is that they all rank lowest in performance while also having very smooth memory scaling It appears that their growth factors are smaller than the others and perhaps the reason they re slower is

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