1. usingEuphoria.com is back online

...and weíre back!

After a bit of hiatus (maybe a year or two?), Iíve found a much better hosting solution for usingEuphoria.com. Iím back to using Textpattern over dokuwiki to manage the site. Textpattern was my first choice but I could not run a MySQL database on my previous hosting (it was just too tiny of a VPS).

Iíve got C.K. Lesterís original site back online here and Iíll be working on converting and upgrading his original content as well as writing a lot of my own. There will be weekly articles as well as an updated FAQ section. Each article will feature a nice free 1080p wallpaper from Unsplash, so feel free to download the image and use it as youíd like.

Hereís to a (hopefully) wonderful 2018!

https://usingeuphoria.com/usingeuphoria-com-is-back-online

-Greg

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2. Re: usingEuphoria.com is back online

Very nice!

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Very nice 2nded. Nice to see CK old site back up as well!

Weekly article? Great idea, hard work.

Cheers

Chris

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ChrisB said...

Weekly article? Great idea, hard work.

Well "articles" is a bit loosely-defined. I'm working on bringing over C.K.'s books (GUIphoria and Jubilation) into the modern world of Euphoria 4.x, and each chapter of those will be one weekly article. So that's a few dozen "articles" right there.

Intermixed with that is my own series of how-to articles and editorial posts. I'd also like to feature content from other members of the community (if they're willing), and occasionally reflect on both the history and future of Euphoria.

Edit: BTW, there's a new article out today! https://usingeuphoria.com/installing-euphoria-41-on-ubuntu-1604

-Greg

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There's also a shell script by Mollusk that works fine for me:

https://gist.github.com/silvernode/2a4e993ab4ef415788400d237c977fd4

$sudo sh geuphoria.sh install 

Might be worth mentioning.

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irv said...

There's also a shell script by Mollusk that works fine for me:

https://gist.github.com/silvernode/2a4e993ab4ef415788400d237c977fd4

$sudo sh geuphoria.sh install 

Might be worth mentioning.

Neat! I will look into it. Although the whole process could be mitigated with the addition of public Euphoria repos for common distros.

This ties in with a couple other ideas I had as well:

  • Managing multiple versions of Euphoria on one system - this would involve using various utilities (including alternatives) to switch "modes" between multiple installed versions of Euphoria.

  • Packing applications into Debian and RPM packages - this would be part of a series on using Makefiles to ease the management and distribution of a Euphoria application.

-Greg

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ghaberek said...

Hereís to a (hopefully) wonderful 2018!

https://usingeuphoria.com/usingeuphoria-com-is-back-online

-Greg

Woo hoo! Look at that! grin

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