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And it was delicious.






Pleeaase! write an article on it. Thanks!





Thanks, I definitively will now. Just need to come to terms on "format" and what "expression" to use.
I've come to realize that most people does not get what the board is and what's required to do those things. Naturally, the problem lies in how I describe it which is suboptimal.
I'd be very grateful for any suggestions on how to formalize the "message" or "offering" to make it easier to understand.





hi i am looking for a free indept memory monitoring tool which allow me to inspect the memory.
any suggestion?





HxD[^]
Bastard Programmer from Hell
If you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]





performance monitor is avialable by default.In run just type PERFMON and then add a counter from memory and then run your Application.I think that's the best way to find your Application Performance and Memmory usage/Leaks.
Nikhil Singh





You can try Process Explorer[^]. Everyone uses it. Very small tool and effective.
If you want to take memory dump then it can help with that too.
Braj
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[If you find the articles or solutions useful then please upvote or recommend them to encourage participation]





Today, in the Insider News Kent Sharkey[^] has posted a link to a new where it is explained that Lenovo will add a start menu software to their Windows 8 PC's.
If you are dealing with Windows 8 and would like to get that start menu software you could get it here:
https://www.pokki.com/es_ES/windows8startmenu[^]





If anyone wants a markdown editor this is a really good one : http://www.mdcharm.com/[^]
If you use firefox the try this also : http://markdowneditor.mozdev.org/[^]
A programmer walks into a bar and asks the bartender for 1.00000000000003123939 root beers. Bartender says, I'll have to charge you extra, that's a root beer float. Programmer says, better make it a double then.





I love this one found here : http://labs.bittorrent.com/experiments/sync.html[^]
It uses the bit torrent protocol to sync data between computers in a LAN, there is even an Android app.
I have replaced the Windows Server Distributed Filesystem with it and it works like a charm, great for backups of your server and your users local files.
A programmer walks into a bar and asks the bartender for 1.00000000000003123939 root beers. Bartender says, I'll have to charge you extra, that's a root beer float. Programmer says, better make it a double then.





cool, it's really works and great.
thank you bro





One thing I really miss on the Mac is Window's 7 snaptoborder.
Problem solved[^]. For free.
cheers,
Chris Maunder
The Code Project  Cofounder
Microsoft C++ MVP





Hello
I got a NAS and would like to use it as the central backup storage repository for my computers.
The NAS should contain a file structure hosting: all my work files, books, electronics circui projects, music, school lectures and etc.
On each computer i would like to do a SVNlike check out of a part of this file structure.
E.g. i would like to checkout the folder with "electronicsprojects" for my laptop. If i make any changes i can commited/syncronize this to the NAS.
I do not want complete revisionsystem, since it takes up to much place.
RSync could be part of the solution, but i miss the integration to the (Windows)Explorer, so i can see which files have been changed.
Do anyone know of such tool ?
Summarizing the desired tool:
+No long term change history (too much space)
+Allow users to checkout a subset of the repository.
+File changes are visible in a windows Explorer window
+Difference/and changed files can be seen before a commit
+(optional) support for automatic/ daily synchronization.
+open source / freeware preferred
+(optional) Local delete should be possible, perhaps with indication of missing files.
+support/detection of renaming/move
btw: The NAS is a QNAP419, it would be able to custom synctools but i actually considered it a network path.
Qnap recently released qSync, however it is not as exactly what i was look for and it do not have that good explorer integration.
modified 17Jul13 17:48pm.





If you can make a few compromises (No change history, and no Windows Explorer integration) I'd recommend a file compare tool such as Winmerge[^] for example.
Be excellent to each other. And... PARTY ON, DUDES!
Abraham Lincoln





Quality Spy is a lightweight tool for software testing.
 Define a test strategy
 Planbased tests
 Exploratory tests
 Document tests with protocol incl. bug tracking integration
Project Page:
http://sf.net/projects/qualityspy[^]





www.onlinehttpclient.com
Every time we create a web service with put method , we have to write a client in java or any other language to test the service . This tool provide the same functionality over internet without writing the client code.
Similarly when we test Post method , we have to create a html form to post data , still we have to find the way to see the headers which are returned by the server
This tool also shows the request and response headers along with response as string and status code returned by the server.
So now we can create GET/POST/PUT/DELETE request easily , and analyze the status code , response headers returned by server.
Sends request Online
Shows Status Code returned by server
Support Chunked transfer Encoding to display response
Shows Response Headers
Shows Request Line being sent along with request headers
Nice and Clean UI
Supports GET , POST , PUT and DELETE Methods
Supports Keep Alive Connections
Follows Redirects





Nice website, I will have to try it. But, I've never written code to test GET/POST/PUT/DELETE methods, I've used the Composer in Fiddler.





Unlike tcpreplay, tcpcopy is mainly used for replaying network traffic to servers either offline or in realtime.
This tool is mature and has been already used in many famous companies such as taobao and Netease in China.
BTW, it is free.
modified 24Jun13 10:12am.





Can anyone recommend a visual Diff/Merge tool which supports unified format (GNU Diff u option) patch files? Windows platform essential, bonus points for multiplatform.
I have in mind that it should have a menu option to produce a patch file for the files currently open in the compare display. A bonus would be the ability to load a patch file and visually display the changes it would make, allowing you to selectively merge them.
Failing that, a Diff/Merge tool that supports generic shelling to external tools with token pasting for the left and right paths.
Does not have to be freeware  I will pay if necessary!





Will Java tools do the work??
There are some java based diff tools i'm aware of... Just can't remember the names... one is also integrated inside Netbeans.






Thanks Pat!
Since posting this question I found Winmerge which does what I need (and has very nice explorer integration). But thanks for the Beyond Compare tip as having directory sync integrated too is attractive. My objection to paidfor software is not actually paying, but the restrictions on use imposed by the licensing.





Just have a look on TCC[^] It's nice fast and very small. And the code produced is highly optimized, fast and small.
Please Note: You will need to get mingw api headers and create your own libraries for import.




