SQL Farm Combine is a scale-out tool and framework for working with many SQL Servers, instances, and databases in parallel. Combine is a leading SQL Server deployment tool that allows users to execute scripts and push changes to many databases and servers in parallel, automate SQL Server deployments, and move changes from Development to QA and to Production. Combine also offers distributed querying and data collection capabilities to return...
This script runs a render farm on a bunch of networked machines, each with SSHD running, and POV-Ray and ImageMagick installed. The host machine uses mpeg2encode and ffmpeg to produce a MP4 video file, which I transfer to the Mac to burn a DVD. To...
In this demo, we show how you can create the 3D visualization of a wind farm consisting of identical wind turbines in the ocean. Using the extrusion node in VRML, we model the complex 3D geometry of a blade. We use a NACA 0015 Thickness Form as...
DCCF stands for Delphi CVS Compile Farm. It allows you to manage very large Delphi projects with large team of developers. One cycle (which may by initiated by client) of this compile farm is: Backup, Checkout from CVS, Compile with Delphi, Create...
Web Farm Framework Load Balancer Provider for Amazon AWS Elastic Load Balancers
A search engine or link farm script.
This is a hack to get around the read-only nature of __closure__ on function objects. Watch your step!
Does not require multiprocessing, easy to hack, maybe not optimal but did the job for a make like tool I wrote.
I'm a hack programmer -- no formal education. So, I don't know if this is technically a "factory", "abstract factory" or something else.
It is a way to generate a class dynamically, perhaps based on run-time...
This is a quick-hack module I wrote up in a couple of hours that allows for a nicer syntax to build up struct-like binary packing and unpacking. The point was to get it to be concise and as C-like as possible. This script requires python3 for it's...
Who's the most prolific committer in town? Use this script to find out!
This script uses pysvn, http://pysvn.tigris.org
This useless hack allows normal functions to be attached to a 'ThunkSpace' which causes the function to be lazily evaluated when the thunk is referenced. It is just a experiment using closures and descriptors to try and change python function call...
this is a hack to get the "foo" module that's outside a package whithin a file of the package, when it also contains a module named "foo" (ie relative imports)
This hack allows you to add a cookie/header to a SOAPpy request. It uses a keyword args all-through to pass your own transports down to the SOAPpy core. It uses the ClientCookie module to store the cookies generated and/or to send the cookies.
Just a little bit of hack: a linear equations solver using eval and built-in complex numbers:
>>> solve("x - 2*x + 5*x - 46*(235-24) = x + 2")
Hack a class's __init__ method without subclassing the class
because a) you can't modify the original class and b) you can't modify other
classes already using the first class. This is a gross hack that should only
be used to work...
Collects statistics on different algorithms for grouping thousands of tests for execution on a compute farm where you are limited to much less job slots, (tens).
A hack to quickly replace multiple
characters/strings in a string with
characters from another string.
Users can use this script and modify their TinyMCE editor to support CSS classes and ids in their RTE editor.
A bar will be added to...
A Thermometer plot, like the ones you see when a small town wants to buy a new ambulance.