Archive for April, 2010
I’m pleased to announce the release of PyLZMA 0.4.1!
PyLZMA provides a platform independent Python wrapper for the LZMA compression SDK and basic support for reading .7z archives.
Changes since 0.3.0
- updated LZMA SDK to latest version 4.65
- plain ANSI C now
- fixed potential segfaults when running on 64bit (issue #9)
- fixed compilation errors with newer versions of gcc (issue #6)
- fixed compilation error on OSX
- supports copy/zip/bzip2 compressed files in .7z archives
- fixes CRC calculation across different Python versions
- minor code cleanups
If you’re using easy_install, grab the latest version using
easy_install -U pylzma
Please report any issues you are having with the new version to my bugtracker.
PyLZMA, the Python wrapper for the LZMA library has moved to github and can be reached at http://github.com/fancycode/pylzma. I’m planning to release an updated version soon, that fixes some pending bugs and uses the latest version of the LZMA SDK.
Thanks again to the guys from the plastic smile for providing me free tickets.
Well, I did it and finally created an account on Facebook
Feel free to visit my profile and leave a comment.
We have finally released the free spreed app for iPhone! You can save up to 90% calling costs and roaming charges for international calls.
- lowest international inbound and outbound call rates
- cheap calls to/from 240+ countries in the world
- easy in-app purchase: top-up spreed call credits in iTunes
- works with your iPhone (any mobile operator) or any phone you have
- call your contacts directly from your iPhone address book
- instant call rate voice message
- send click-to-call invitations to your friends
- use any mobile operator internet or wifi
- no call setup fees, no connection fees
- no call subscription cost
In addition to all these cool telephone features, you can schedule and join spreed meetings as you are used to with the regular spreed conferencing gui.
The new version is finally online on the webserver. You should experience much faster response times that with the old site.
A few initial articles have been migrated, so you can find stuff about Red5, pylzma and my tutorial about loading a DLL from memory here, too. Please let me know if you are missing something – and no, I’m not talking about all the spam comments…
Have fun, Joachim
BTW: I’m currently using the theme “deCoder” from webdemar, hope you like it!
As I haven’t updated my old site for quite a while now and got a bit bored of its ancient layout, I decided to move on to something more blog-based.
So say hello to WordPress, hopefully this will result in me posting updates and fancy stuff more often 😉
I’m trying to get my old content moved here soon, so stay tuned for updates.