Linux Journal Contents #158, June 2007
This month's issue concentrates on languages, even to the point of metaprogramming concepts where you write programs that write programs! PHP programmers will appreciate some help on how best to validate email addresses. Sun's Simon Phipps explains the move to GPL Java, and defends Sun's motives for protecting Java from corruption as long as was necessary. We'll teach you how to access databases asynchronously from Qt 4.x, which is a big improvement over default Qt 4.x database handling.
As always, there's much more. We'll take a look at the compact but powerful lua, a language so flexible even Blizzard uses it to allow players to extend World of Warcraft. And Christof Wittig is back with Ted Neward to explain the impedence mismatch between object-oriented languages and relational databases.
Interview with Simon Phipps
by Glyn Moody
Why did Sun decide to GPL Java?
Programming Python, Part I
by Jose P. E. Fernandez
Find out what the love for Python is about.
Asynchronous Database Access with Qt 4.x
by Dave Berton
Want your database-driven app to run better?
Validate an E-Mail Address with PHP, the Right Way
by Douglas Lovell
Not all that glitters is gold.
Christof Wittig and Ted Neward on Object-Oriented Language Mapping to Databases
by Nicholas Petreley
Object/Relational impedence mismatch.
An Introduction to Metaprogramming
by Ariel Ortiz
Let your computer do the programming.
Read Source Code the HTML Way
by Kamran Soomro
Browser access to source code.
Faster Web Applications with SCGI
by Jeroen Vermeulen
Can your Web apps go even faster?
by Dmitri Popov
Want to add features to OpenOffice.org?
A Look at Lua
by Joseph Quigley
Lua is a lulu.
Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge
Marcel Gagné's Cooking with Linux
Languages Build Character, or Vice Versa
Dave Taylor's Work the Shell
Displaying Image Directories in Apache, Part III
Jon "maddog" Hall's Beachhead
Languages—Some Dead and Some Still Kicking
Doc Searls' Linux for Suits
Picking New Fights
Nicholas Petreley's /var/opinion
Is GPL Java Too Little, Too Late?
Open-Source Databases, Part III: Choosing a Database
by Reuven M. Lerner
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