Canned v0.3.3

It has been some time since I wrote about canned and a lot has happend since then. With the current release canned now supports all features on Windows as well as Unix, which has been limited before due to the Windows limitation of certain characters in the filename, which caused complex get parameters to create …

Using Couchbase Lite from RubyMotion

CouchbaseLite has been released for sometime now, so I thought it is time to give an update for using CouchbaseLite from RubyMotion. When I ported ToDoLite-iOS to RubyMotion originally there where some bumps in the road, but it worked over all. There were for example some problems with RubyMotion not handling lambdas the way CouchbaseLite …

Plain text to-do list and Textmate

For my personal to-do list I’m a big fan of todo.txt and have been using it for quite a while, recently I returned to Textmate to manage the list so I decided to revamp my todo.txt bundle a little to now include syntax highlighting for todos with a date, as well as a command to …

Debugging Erlang NIF with LLDB

Earlier today I ran across a segfault while trying something with cberl so I figured it’s time to startup gdb and see what is going on, but how to actually do that? Luckily I found a post on the erlang programming list with the exact same problem. Since I’m on a Mac I wanted to …

Using CouchbaseLite from RubyMotion

Recently Couchbase Lite 1.0 got released, and you can find anything about it at the Couchbase Mobile Developer Portal. As I’ve been quite interested in RubyMotion since some time, I decided to check how easy it would be to take CouchbaseLite for a spin on RubyMotion, and I have to say it is quite easy. …

Building Couchbase from Source

Thanks to @trondn it is easier than ever to build couchbase from source. So I decided to take the new build system for a spin on my Macbook based on the documentation provided. Getting all the dependencies First of all if you are not yet using homebrew already, start doing so it will make your …