I'm starting to use .NET's RegEx class all over...in ways I never expected. Here's the tools and sites I'm using lately:
- Expresso is a new free tool for working with regular expressions in .NET. [Larkware]
- Of course, RegexDesigner.NET from Chris Sells
- The Regular Expression builder inside of SharpDevelop (which is worth the download just to read the SharpDevelop code!)
And Library Resources:
- RegExLib.com has 213 Regular Expressions at last count (and is hosted by the kick-ass ORCSWeb)
- The Early Adopter Regular Expression Repository at 3Leaf
- The Regular Expression Workbench at GotDotNet.com
- Miloslav's Regular Expression Reference
- Dan Appleman's Regular Expressions with .NET book
- The Tao of Regular Expressions
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I woke up with a need to find new wallpaper, and with 2 monitors at home and 2 at work, my work was cut out for me. Here's some links to rockin' sweet new wallpapers from my friend at Panic, Steven Frank.
The new wallpaper (seen at right) I'm using is here.
(Cultural note: If she's meant to represent a woman of Islamic faith, it's possibly not accurate since: 1. Her green eyes are probably contacts. 2. Most devout Mulsim women who wear burkas avoid eye makeup. 3. The text is in an english font that harkens to the Devanagari scripts, which are Northern Indian and Indo-Aryan, not Hamito-Semitic like Arabic.)
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Outlook2RSS UPDATE: Looks like my Outlook2RSS actually is useful! Jorge Curioso has built a blog using Outlook2RSS (Which he updated with some Regular Expressions to strip out unwanted tags like HTML and BODY) and ASP. This is kind of the poor man's inverse of Ingo's Outblog as it's a command-line application that runs as a scheduler task and extracts MailItems or PostItems from Outlook Folders or Public Folders.
Jorge's new blog built on ASP and Outlook2RSS supports these kinds of URLs:
He also points out that this blog is "fully proof-of-concept and prototype in nature."
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