This is a quick tutorial on how to make it easy to support multiple languages in your Java programs.
Gallery 2 is a popular web based photo album application. This details how to install Gallery2 on Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon). These instructions assume you have installed Apache2, PHP, and MySQL (as per an install of Ubuntu Server).
I wrote this little Java game a while back. This was actually my first ever Java project. I’d quite forgotten about it, but I just came across it, and thought I would post it here for your enjoyment.
I’ve been playing around with Firefly Media Server a bit of late, and I needed a good way to convert my existing iTunes playlists into m3u files which Firefly would understand. Since iTunes exports XML playlist files, and since I’ve been meaning to learn some XSLT, I thought I’d give an XSLT converter a try.
The XSLT relies on features found in XSTL 2.0, so you’ll need a 2.0 compatible processor, like Saxon. To use Saxon, you’ll also need Java installed, and Saxon is command-line only.
To use with Saxon, export your playlist from iTunes as an XML file, and then run:
java -jar saxon9.jar -s:MyPlaylist.xml -xsl:itunesToM3u.xsl -o:MyPlaylist.m3u
This will strip out any escaped values in the URLs in the iTunes XML file, and strip off the leading “file://localhost/” from each file. Enjoy!
Get it here: itunesToM3u.xsl
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