Linux Journal Contents #49, May 1998
The Perl Debugger
by Jeremy Impson
The Perl debugger, a part of the core Perl distribution, is a useful tool to master, allowing close interactive examination of executing Perl code.
Building Reusable Java Widgets
by R.J. Celestino
An introduction to writing pluggable do-it-yourself widgets for the Java programmer.
Building a Distributed Spreadsheet in Modula-3
by John Kominek
Mr. Kominek introduces us to the Modula-3 language and shows us how it can be used for cross-platform programming.
Doubly Linked Lists and the Abstract Data Type
by Carl Nobile
The ADT concept is at the heart of object-oriented programming and cross-platform development. Mr. Nobile gives us an example with his doubly linked list libraries.
The Importance of the GUI in Cross Platform Development
by Michael Babcock
The fragmentation of development energy into too many GUI toolkits is one of the most serious problems facing the Linux community today.
News & Articles
Rapid Prototyping with Tcl/Tk
by Richard Schwaninger
A discussion of rapid prototyping and how it can benefit programmers in creating software to match the customer's needs.
by George Kraft IV
The programming infrastructure, such as ToolTalk, is a major strength of the Common Desktop Environment. This article illustrates client and server plug-and-play through the use of the Desktop's Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
The Python DB-API
by Andrew M. Kuchling
A Python SIG has put together a DB-API standard; Mr. Kuchling gives us the details.
Toward Greater Portability: A Quixotic View
by Graydon L. Ekdahl, Ph.D.
The Yard Relational Database System
by Fred Butzen
A Practical Guide to Linux
by Todd Sundsted
HTML: The Definitive Guide, Second Edition
by Eric S. Raymond
Protecting Your Site with Access Controls
by Reuven M. Lerner
Letters to the Editor
Stop the Presses
Open Source Debate
by Phil Hughes
Take Command gprof, bprof and Time Profilers
by Andy Vaught
gprof, bprof and Time Profilers Mr. Vaught shows programmers a few commands to determine which sections of their code need optimization.
Linux Means Business Linux on Track: Data Acquisition on German High Speed Trains
by Harald Kirsch
Linux on Track: Data Acquisition on German High Speed Trains Linux was used in two projects as a data acquisition system running more or less autonomously in the German ICE trains. This article describes design issues and implementation as well as the problems and solutions used in those projects.
System Administration RAID0 Implementation Under Linux
by Jay Munsterman
RAID0 Implementation Under Linux A practical guide to setting up and using a RAID0 device with the multiple device (md) driver.
Linux Gazette KDE and GNOME
by Larry Ayers
KDE and GNOME A quick look at two projects designed to make the administration and usage of a Linux system easier for beginners.
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