I have updated the extraction utility e with several new extraction rules. It now contain 28 different rules for extracting archives. This means it can extract zip, rar, 7zip, gzip, bzip2, rpm, deb, cab, arj, ace, ppmd, lzo, tar.bz2, tar.gz, tlz, tar.lzma, ar, cpio, dar, uharc, zzip, and some more with a single common interface if you have the tools on your PC. Get it here.
It is cold and foggy outside, which is the best time to kill… time. And what would be better than killing time with something extremely interesting? I have watched a lot of online documentations, and selected the cream of the crop for you. Watch all of them them, I ensure you that you will get this amazing “wow” feeling after each of them. Read on to view the videos.
Finally, the homepage is online again (more or less). My last webhoster went bancrupt or something, at least he is unreachable. That means that our family’s domain ankerl.org seems to be lost, along with all the files I had on the server.
I am slowly reconstructing and updating the homepage to bring it back into a working state. Sorry for the inconvenience.
I have almost everything up again, except for
- The old domain ankerl.org is no more. I am using ankerl.com now.
- I have lost my old style and have to painfully search and configure a better one.
- I have lost two images, e.g. the file ondemand.jpg from the post “How to make Firefox 40% faster”.
- Some comments and one article about closures in java is lost forever.