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Fixing Perl after MacOS X Security Update 2009-001

Apple’s first security update of 2009 for MacOS X may solve some security issues in the OS but it also seriously breaks Perl by installing old versions of some modules along with Perl. It looks like Perl works okay for things that MacOS X uses it for, but if you do development using it or have installed other modules than what it came bundled with you may find that it no longer works.

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Offline jQuery Documentation for MacOS X

I’m rewriting UVFood to use jQuery instead of Prototype. I’m liking jQuery quite a bit and my code’s looking much better (and tighter).

I don’t always have reliable online access when I’m coding – in particular, I was on a bus today for a couple of hours and didn’t always have Internet access. There are a couple of dashboard widgets for MacOS X which I found that helped out on the jQuery documentation front.

First, there’s http://code.google.com/p/jquery-reference/. This widget is designed for browsing… click around in it, but don’t expect to search it.

Then there’s also http://blog.medallia.com/2007/05/jquery_reference_widget.html. This widget is designed for searching – if you know what you’re looking for, you can find it quickly.

They’re both useful in different ways, and I used them both this afternoon.

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