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Author Statistics with TIreport
Posted by Michael on 21 August 2003, 03:58 GMT

Joris Gillis has released a nifty program called TIreport. This program will generate personalized statistics for your ticalc.org files. You can view a private ranking for each file with a color indicator, sort by several different fields, et cetera. Note that this program downloads a copy of the information page for each file you own, so please don't generate the statistics excessively (It does save the outputted report for future viewing).

 


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Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
swtaarrs  Account Info
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I've used it, and it's really cool. It along with xchat has inspired me to learn perl.

     21 August 2003, 05:27 GMT

Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Halfmoon Account Info
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Yeah, I've been thinking of learning Perl. Being limited to HTML and what other people have coded can get on your nerves sometimes :-)

I also heard that you can use Visual Basic for CGI programming, but I haven't found any real information on how to do so...

     21 August 2003, 05:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
AndySoft  Account Info
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I have information about that at home (I'm at school). I think you can find a lot of examples at Planet Source Code.

     21 August 2003, 14:29 GMT


tsk, tsk, tsk
Topflite  Account Info

janata, what are you doing on the internet during 1st period? j/k, u probably have study hall or something. but i don't think we're allowed to post on message boards from school...

     22 August 2003, 03:25 GMT


Re: tsk, tsk, tsk
AndySoft  Account Info
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1) Graphic Design.
2) Message Boards are OK AFAIK. E-Mail is a no-no.

     22 August 2003, 14:07 GMT

Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Cullen Logan  Account Info
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Yes PERL (especially regular expressions) is great. Everyone should know how to write PERL scripts.

     21 August 2003, 19:09 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Well, unless they're server is too stupid to support PERL (grr).

     22 August 2003, 17:39 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
jason_r_larue Account Info

Well, you should just host on your own computer. There's no reason why you can't operate as your own server- just use a dynamic DNS site like no-ip or 2mydns.

     30 August 2003, 17:07 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Joey Gannon  Account Info
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*cough*DNSExit*cough*

Unlike no-ip, dynamic DNS is free from DNSExit, and forwarding (to get around the port 80 block, if your ISP is stupid enough to have such) is only $8/year, but I've been using it for two months now and I haven't been charged.

     1 September 2003, 03:08 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
pg Account Info
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You're absolutely right

     23 August 2003, 14:08 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Ryan Kearney  Account Info
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i dont think so i use asp and aspx

     24 August 2003, 16:11 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Joey Gannon  Account Info
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Since you failed to use punctuation, your statement could be interpreted as "I don't think, so i use asp and aspx." I think most of us anti-Microsoft people would agree with you. :-)

     26 August 2003, 01:36 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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lol i h8 it when ppl typ lik dis all da tim cuz u cant undastad wat dey r sayin

     28 August 2003, 14:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Joey Gannon  Account Info
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Hey, you're skilled enough to be a regular on Dalnet. :-)

     1 September 2003, 03:09 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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lol yes i m v. sklld w typn lk dis bc t taks a lota prctce
bt it annyz da hel outa me wen ppl tak lk dis grr

     1 September 2003, 16:15 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Frank A. Nothaft  Account Info
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Shut up trick.

Does anyone kno where I can get some syrup?

When ya see me in the streets, don't say shit.

     1 September 2003, 17:53 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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     3 September 2003, 00:29 GMT


Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
David Phillips  Account Info
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I suggest learning Python instead. It is a much cleaner language and is way nicer to work with. I despise Perl. It is horrible to try to read or modify, especially if you didn't write it. Python, on the other hand, is a joy to work with. It's actually fun to program in Python.

     23 August 2003, 22:10 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
pg Account Info
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send me some sample code

     24 August 2003, 10:56 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
Cullen Logan  Account Info
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Agreed. I've written a few python scripts, but for one reason or another it hasn't caught on were I work...so it looks like PERL is here to stay at least for the time being. The regular expressions statement still stands in either case.

     27 August 2003, 05:25 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
__ __  Account Info

That's a flamewar you don't want to get in to. Learn both languages, and then make your choice.

     1 September 2003, 23:31 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Author Statistics with TIreport
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Alright, if you're going to post, I think it would be better if we knew who you are. The anonymous(sp) "____" stuff is rather annoying.

     3 September 2003, 00:35 GMT

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