Julian

London, United Kingdom

uk.linkedin.com/in/juliancable

Age: 55

Media techie and traditional boat sailor

Jul
2
awarded Curious
May
26
awarded Supporter
May
23
awarded Yearling
May
23
awarded Autobiographer
May
23
revised Spring xslt processing works on a string but not a dom
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May
23
comment Spring xslt processing works on a string but not a dom
Thanks Willem, your test doesn't check that the transformation happened. I will add some more detail to the question.
May
20
comment Is it valid to have a properties element in an geoJSON featureCollection?
Another way of thinking about it is that you need to sub-class FeatureCollection for your needs. That's really a metaphor rather than a programming construct here though because ECMAscript doesn't think of objects quite that way.
May
20
asked Spring xslt processing works on a string but not a dom
May
19
comment Is it valid to have a properties element in an geoJSON featureCollection?
Because FeatureCollection is a first class object any properties will be about the collection, not any feature. Either add as many as you like, or add a "metadata" property whose value is a map.
Apr
16
revised Why did early telephones use a rotary dial instead of 10 individual buttons?
added history
Apr
15
comment Why did early telephones use a rotary dial instead of 10 individual buttons?
I don't know how many of the rotary dial's features were there from the beginning and how much was evolution. There are many other rotary designs that 'just work'. For example the echo sounder on my boat is similar to this one. i.ebayimg.com/t/seafarer-3-echo-depth-sounder-/00/s/…
Apr
15
awarded Editor
Apr
15
revised Why did early telephones use a rotary dial instead of 10 individual buttons?
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Apr
15
answered Why did early telephones use a rotary dial instead of 10 individual buttons?
Apr
3
comment My USB mouse needs to be turned on when the pi boots - why?
All ideas are appreciated. raspbmc is XBMC on raspbian - XBMC is just an application. I can't find any problems with the mouse and raspbian - as I noted, raspbian produces mouse data in all scenarios when the mouse is turned on.
Apr
3
revised camel jetty continuation exception
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Mar
27
comment My USB mouse needs to be turned on when the pi boots - why?
@RPi Awesomeness if the adapter were powered down I don't see how cat /dev//input/mouse0 would be doing anything?
Mar
21
asked camel jetty continuation exception
Mar
10
awarded Editor
Mar
10
revised What's this manga about a girl with a necklace living in an underwater world?
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