Log in

No account? Create an account


« previous entry | next entry »
Jul. 5th, 2006 | 12:24 pm

So, I've just got my old Athlon back from my bro. I've re-installed Windows XP on it, and am now making it usable. (Actually I'm doing other stuff, and occasionally touching this job)
  1. Get Firefox
  2. Get PuTTY
  3. Shell into a unix machine, launch screen, launch irssi
  4. Configure a Twisted development environment
That last one will implies Emacs, SVN and a host of other things. Basically, cyli's page has everything I need except for: It has been a very long time since I used a Windows machine for development. What new tools are kicking around to make this vast, desolate, Westfield of an OS actually usable?

Update: I have already been asked to reboot my computer. Ahh, the memories.

Link | Leave a comment |

Comments {0}