This week has consisted of fighting registrars and doing a bit of
hacking on xen-shell, xen-tools, and the chronicle blog compiler.
CJ has done some good work
trying to get the code modularised, and I expect between the pair of us we
can make things neater and better generally.
I've also fixed a couple of bugs relating to the hard-wiring of device
names (/dev/sda, /dev/tty1, etc). These devices are replaced in newer
versions of Xen which wants to use /dev/xvc0 and /dev/xvd[a-z] instead.
There's nothing else happening at the moment; I'm just having a lot of fun laughing at our new kitten sliding around on our polished wooden floor!
Chronicle seems to be getting pretty popular which is ironic because
it was a quick hack to allow me to post blog entries on a couple of hosted
sites - which I've not yet done. Oops.
In other news I'm loving the Nintendo DS at the moment, Megan brought
me one back from America on her recent trip and I think a day hasn't
passed where one or both of us has played less than 30 minutes each.
I'm annoyed that Sim City DS only allows us to play with one city -
right now it is her turn, and I'll have to wait until she's finished
with her creation before I can have a go - because otherwise I'll wipe
her city out.. :(
Tags: chronicle, nintendo ds, patches, wedding, xen-shell, xen-tools