Kchmviewer is a free, open-source chm (MS HTML help file format) viewer written in C++ for Unix.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – Kchmviewer is a free, open-source chm (MS HTML help file format) viewer written in C++ for Unix. Unlike most existing CHM viewers for Unix, it uses Trolltech Qt widget library, and could optionally be compiled for better KDE integration. It does not require KDE, but may be compiled with KDE widget support. Since version 5.0 it uses the Webkit API to show the content. (HowTos)

Hiview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Finally ditched ubuntu after 6 years of getting me comfortable with linux. Installed #! last week although one of the first things I did was change the ui font to ubuntu light. It really does look nice on an lcd. Installed it on my trusty dell xps m140 from early 2006 after trying lubuntu for a bit. (HowTos)

C++ or Javascript for Qt?view story

http://chakra-project.org – Hello! I am looking for opinions and I guess some clarity too.I want to learn programming in Qt, as I intend to develop some applications for work as well as, as a hobby, for Linux. From all that I have read about Qt, I have realised that Qt basically uses C++ or JavaScript for the coding stuff. Which of these should I learn? (HowTos)

Replacing string with awkview story

http://www.unix.com – I am trying to replace Code: javascript:top.showarticle('geo',1985,' with Code: ../../abstracts/geo1985/ I am using awk but getting an error Code: awk -v s="javascript:top.showarticle('geo',1985,'" -v d="../../abstracts/geo1985/" '{gsub(s,d); print} ' geo50n12.html > geo50n12.html.tmp Fixed it using Code: awk -v s="javascript:top.showarticl (HowTos)

Has there been a fix/workaround released for echoing self-closing XHTML tags in javascript in a php script?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Long and confusing title, I apologize, but those are the specific conditions for triggering this bug! Reproduction: In gedit, open a new file and manually select the syntax highlighting language (at the bottom right) to PHP. Write some javascript in <script> tags Within the <script> tags, echo some XHTML with self-closing tags Note that all of the code that follows is no longer synt (HowTos)

/usr/share/nano/js.nanorc configuration: syntax highlightingview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I have a question regarding syntax highlighting with JavaScript using nano. (HowTos)

Help with XML, HTMLview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi everyone, I am really new to XML and HTTP and I am trying to write a code compatible to browsers such as Firefox, Chrome and Safari. The HTML is to search an XML file looking for an specific value (inputted time). Once that is found, all consecutive entries are stored and displayed in a table. So far this is what I achieved however I am having trouble making it work. (HowTos)

Yahoo Serves Mojito to Liven Up the Mobile Web Partyview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Yahoo has offered its Mojito application framework to the open source community under the BSD license. Mojito is an MVC JavaScript Web application framework built on release 3 of Yahoo's open source JavaScript Yahoo User Interface Library. (General)

Why does this awk command not play as well with find as sed does?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am very much a newbie at Unix/Linux command line stuff, and mostly get to where I'm going by copying, pasting, and modifying code I find on the internet. (HowTos)

How to insert a line into text document right before line containing some text in bash?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a variable say $strToInsert I have a file file.html I wonder how to find last appearence of </head> and insert a new line before line with it and fill it with $strToInsert contents? Update: Here is what I have: GACODE="UA-00000000-1" if [ "$2" = "" ] then echo "Usage: $0 <url to extract doxygen generated docs into> <GA tracker code if needed>" echo "Using defau (HowTos)